Friday at the Con

I took so many pictures on Thursday that it took me hours to post them. Luckily, I spent all day Friday standing int he line for the True Blood panel, so it wasn't really an issue.

Here are about a dozen pictures from Friday. Sorry I didn't take more, but there wasn't much opportunity for it.

If you're into this crazy stuff, make sure to check out the other three pages:
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The Blues Brothers
Jake and Elwood

Captain America
This was probably the best Cap'n America costume at the Con. If you look closely, you'll see that this guy painstakingly linked together several thousand scales to make it. How did he do it: "One at a time."

In case you were wondering who won, it was Batman. It's always Batman.

Joker and Scarecrow
I didn't tell Batman that I saw these two. The one on the right is very slippery, so I assume he got away.

Klingon Street Signs
Brilliant gag, or total assholery? I'm not sure, but I had to take a picture, because how often do you see street signs in Klingon?

James Kochalka
One of my favorite writers and illustrators, James Kochalka. If you're not reading American Elf, you should. Also, support CBLDF by buying Fancy Froglin, about a frog and his boner.

James Kochalka
Kochalka signs my collected SuperFuckers book. This is proof.

Lydia Deetz
Lydia Deetz from the Beetlejuice cartoon

I think this is Mystique. I don't know how she can live covered in blue grease paint all day.

The most original costume had to be these guys, who went as the Mythbusters.

The Rocketeer
The Rocketeer, here, posing for publicity shots.

The Rocketeer
Here, running into action.

No Idea
Anybody know who this crazy crew was? Before I could ask, they got stolen by some camera guy working on a documentary.

Some Vulcans
No con would be complete without a few Trekkies. here are some Vulcans saying hello. Damn their logic!

Warhammer guys?
Don't know these characters. They said they're from Warhammer.

Dr. Watson
I rode the trolley with Sherlock Holmes and his loyal assistant, Dr. Watson, shown here.

A strange version of what I believe is Whiplash.