Here Are The Best Costumes From 2018’s New York Comic Con

Fans of film, TV, comics, anime and general pop culture descended on the East Coast this weekend to celebrate their passions at New York Comic Con 2018.

Mark Ruffalo, Jason Momoa, Jon Hamm and the cast of “The Walking Dead” were just some of the celebs to stop by the Javits Convention Center in Manhattan. (Ruffalo surprised Momoa by getting a photo with him in disguise.)

But aside from stars to see, artists to discover, and unique merchandise to buy, people go to Comic Con to see (and be seen in) costumes. There were probably as many people in costume as not this year, and as always it was a wonderful distraction when walking from one part of the convention center to another.

Here are some of the best costumes of New York Comic Con 2018:

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    Fans dress as Han Solo and an older Luke Skywalker for 2018’s New York Comic Con in the Javits Center.

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    He-Man’s nemesis Skeletor and Evil-Lyn.

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    A fan as Tina Turner’s character Aunty Entity in “Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome.”

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    Spider-Man villain Mysterio.

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    A fan shows off a massive robot outfit on stage.

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    Cyborg from the film “Justice League.”

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    Harley Quinn and Joker.

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    Catwoman.

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    Heimdall from the “Thor” film franchise.

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    Marvel Comics’ character Cable.

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    DC Comics’ character Brainiac.

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    Nightwing, Spider-Man and Deadpool.

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    Starfire of the Teen Titans.

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    Spider-Man villain Carnage.

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    Groot from “Guardians of the Galaxy.”

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    Arsenal and Green Arrow.

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    Iron Man.

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    A cosplayer poses with a giant sword outside the Javits center.

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    A cosplayer poses in elaborate costume.

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    Corvus Glaive of the film “Infinity War.”

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    A group of costumed fans stands ready for photos.

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    Spider-Man.

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    A massive robot outfit.

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    A band performs outside New York Comic Con in costume.

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    Hela of the “Thor” film franchise.

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    Wonder Woman.

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    Gamora of “Guardians of the Galaxy.”

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    Bayek from “Assassin’s Creed: Origins” and Giant Lego Spider-Man.

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    Cinderella.

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    Loki and Hela in the back, Thor in the foreground.

  • CORRECTION: A previous version of this story misidentified Te Ka/Te Fiti from Disney’s “Moana” as Poison Ivy.

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