Dallas Comic Con 2014 Cosplay Photo Gallery

Dallas Comic Con 2014 Cosplay Gallery

The ever amazing attendees of Dallas Comic Con 2014 braved the Texas heat and humidity this past weekend to show off their amazing skills and talent at crafting the perfect cosplay. Fans from across the great plains of Texas and beyond came dressed to the nines in their favorite movie, video games, comic, anime, and TV show characters. Check out the full Dallas Comic Con 2014 cosplay gallery after the break. 

With the convention season in full swing, many cosplayers find these smaller venues helpful to tweak any last minute details before attending the holy that is the San Diego Comic Con this July. As usual there was a handful of Deadpools, Marvel characters, Doctors from Doctor Who, and 104th Training Corps from Attack on Titan. There was a lot of love for Firefly as the cast came together for a special panel on Sunday.

Some of my favorites were the balloon Totoro (who received a huge round of applause when he made it up the stairs), Skull Kid and Fierce Deity Link from The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask, and The Powderpuff Girls. But seriously, that Totoro had to have taken a million careful years of planning to get right. That’s the kind of cosplay you would find at SDCC, so to see that kind of ingenuity here was mighty impressive.

It was quite a spectacle to see everyone dressed up and I wish I had taken more photos on the first day (Friday night). It was even more fun to dress up as the 11th Doctor from Doctor Who with my arch enemy a Dalek. Enjoy the Gallery!

(Click on the images to enlarge)

Tell us who your favorites were.

Check out Cosplay galleries from Indiana Comic-Con and WonderCon from earlier this year.

If you see yourself, let us know and we’ll give you credit for your awesome cosplay!

 

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2 thoughts on “Dallas Comic Con 2014 Cosplay Photo Gallery

  1. There were other “Indy” characters at the Dallas Comic Con this year. I would like to send you authorized pictures of them if you accept them.

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