We can see why this Loki cosplay made people do a double-take. It also makes us wonder what it would be like if Loki had been a woman instead…
Not to give away any spoilers, but we guess the Loki point is moot now after Avengers: Endgame.
She is the Mother of Dragons! The Unburnt! The Queen of Andals! Blah, blah, blah.
The character definitely didn't have the ending she deserved in the series, but this cosplayer did her justice. The dragon even looks real.
No one will ever beat Carrie Fischer, but this Princess Leia cosplay certainly gives her a run for her money. No wonder she has an armed escort...
Not everyone has to cosplay as a human, you know. This Scar cosplay proves that. With a little imagination, anything can be possible.
Isn't that how Disney cames up with all their characters?
Every Comic Con, there are tons of people who dress up as Overwatch characters. One of the best is unequivocally Ana.
While she may be a grandma (in the game), she has some serious fire.
So, we don't know if this woman is cosplaying, but we're assuming she is.
We just love to see that even the people that have to work Comic Con get in on the fun!
The Witch of Dathomir
Isn't this a sight that could bring anyone to their knees? The Witch of Dathomir, aka a Nightsister, laying on the cold floor in front of R2D2.
Okay, so this one may be a little more obscure. Remember Austin Powers? Well, you should remember this one.
Bring in the FEMBOTS! Certainly one of the most efficient androids we've sen.
Power Puff Girls
So this one is straight out of our childhoods. The Power Puff Girls was our jam, and these girls do them justice. "Wait, weren't there three?" You are correct.
The one in yellow is Princess Morbucks, but money can't buy sugar, spice, and everything nice.
You have to have a certain type of figure to pull off this cosplay. This girl is dressed as Major Motoko Kusanagi from Ghost in the Shell. Say what you will, but she pulled it off (and well).
Normally, we wouldn't call Gandalf sexy, but have you seen this Grey Wizard? Flaunt it if you got it. The Jon Snow looks good too, we guess.
Detective Pikachu, set aside!
This cosplay is so great that even Ryan Reynolds was probably blown away. Consider us thunderstruck.
Bucky is one of the cosplay favorites, but this cosplayer took it to a whole new level. This Bunny Barnes certainly had people taking more than one (or two) looks.
Girls of DC
What do you do with villains like this? Harley Quinn and Catwoman is a pair-up we'd like to see in movies. Batgirl is looking pretty great too.
No doubt that Harley Quinn from Suicide Squad was super popular. This girl made us do a double-take because she looks just like Margot Robbie in the film.
We wonder if she has voices in her head, too.
Arkham City is one of the best Batman games in the whole franchise. When fans got to play as one of the best characters, Catwoman, we all jumped at the chance.
The best Catwoman that ever was and ever will be is Michelle Pfeiffer from Batman Returns. Does this cosplay prove our point?
Harley Quinn Classic
Harley Quinn has had tons of costumes over the years. While the Suicide Squad one is apparently everyone's favorite, ours is the corset costume. Talk about head-turning!
Is there an icon that's stronger than Wonder Woman? Uh, no.
This princess of butt-kicking and bullet-blocking looked especially good. Power pose!
Jinx from League of Legends is a toughie! This high-flyin' crazy girl has huge weapons and is pretty scary when you get down to it. This girl? Perfect fit.
Elvira is a classic. Considering the original Elvira goes to so many conventions (especially Comic Con), it's the perfect place to meet your idol. That makeup is ah-may-zing.
Chainsaw Lollipop wasn’t the best game out there, but it wasn’t bad. It was fun, and that’s exactly what this person had in mind when they were designing this cosplay.
Not everyone loved the new Domino, but we adored her. That's why we wanted to include this amazing cosplay. Girl, get it!
Zero Two is probably one of the most popular anime characters out there, so she had to be included on the list. This cosplay is brave and outstanding – complete with tall stilettos!
This Femme Joker has Joaquin Phoenix shaking in his boots. Everything about this cosplay screams suave and classy while also being scary. Tell us a good joke?
Felicia Hardy is a great character, and we’d love to see a movie about her. For now, we’ll just settle for this cosplayer.
The Queen and Her Raven
Disney? Nope! This one is the Evil Queen and Raven. Yes, they were made into Disney characters, but these two are cosplaying the original German tales in all their creepy glory.
We’ve seen a lot of variations of Poison Ivy, but this one is pretty amazing. She certainly looks better than Uma Thurman did in Batman and Robin.
Ahmanet, or better known as the Mummy from the 2017 film of the same name, is a cosplay only for the brave.
The character was literally just covered in scraps of cloth. No doubt she turned some heads at Comic Con.
With Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse, Spider Gwen has gotten a lot more attention, and that’s a good thing. She’s a great character. Who knows, maybe we’ll see her in her own film soon.
When you are looking to create a unique version of your favorite character, steampunk is always sure to work. And this one is particularly cool – because it's Batman! Why be yourself, when you can be Batman?
Every good Batman costume has to have a complementary Catwoman costume and this one is it. That mustache on Batman though feels like it's going to give away his identity. Just saying.
This costume is a little hard to miss. I mean, it's totally outlandish. He looks like he's about to fly off at any minute – back to wherever he came from.
Wow, this costume is incredible. Look how life-like it is! He almost looks like a real dog. Or maybe it is a real dog? Nah…
Children of the Forest
These creepy kids aren't actually kids at all, as you can see. Hopefully, they aren't planning to summon any ice zombies this time around. They seem to be a bit preoccupied with their devices, so we are probably safe.
Moon Knight is a comic book character from Marvel comics and if you don't remember that movie because there are so many of them, that's probably because it hasn't come out yet. But this one's all ready to combat the plague. *Ahem* You're late.
Just Captain America doing his civic duty - getting his blood drawn at a San Diego blood bank.
Dude Vader is some strange steampunk samurai…thing. And there's really a lot going on here, but people seem to enjoy it. May the force be with him.
Robin Buckley and Demogorgon
One of the most beloved characters from Season 3 of Stranger Things and then also a terrifying plant-lizard monster. Now, it's been a while since we've seen that season, but we are pretty sure they aren't supposed to be friends.
Corpse Bride and Mandalorian
This happy couple doesn't seem to have much in common but that doesn't seem to stop them from having a good time. Embrace your differences. This is the way.
Black Panther has become one of the most inspiring superheroes for a new generation. Expect to see a lot more costumes like these with plenty of interpretations. Wakanda forever!
The Big Sister from Bioshock 2 is one of the creepiest of creepy things in the game. Hopefully, this one isn't planning on extracting anything from anyone's corpse, but we couldn't promise.
If you don't know who this character is – well – we don't really know either. And while he looks pretty tough, it could just be some cats stacked on top of each other.
If you remember the late '90s version of the Mummy, you probably remember this costume – what little of it is actually there.
We think this Scarecrow cosplay from the Batman Arkham games is truly something out of a nightmare - or it's just someone's quarantine outfit.
Who says Iron Man has to be a man? Iron Woman spells perfect sequel opportunity if you ask me.
Overwatch's Mercy is the game's healer. Just what we need right now, for just about everyone.
Harley Quinn getting ready for her wedding day but hopefully not to that toxic boyfriend of hers.
Wolverine is long gone in the film series but some people haven't moved on. He lives on now in the world of cosplay for people who aspire to be grumpy superheroes.