Comic-Con 2010 Costume Spotting (Day 1)

Comic-Con 2010 is being held from July 22-25 this year and as with any comic book convention, there are some amazingly wacky costumes to be seen! I’ll be tracking the best costume spottings from Comic-Con 2010 because I always get a kick at seeing what people decide to dress up as. My favorite from the first days batch has got to be very well done Tron costume!

Comic-Con 2010 Costume Spotting

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1. Tron, photo by Mike Rollerson. This Tron inspired costume has got to be the hottest costume spotted yet at Comic-Con 2010. Or else the photo just made it look that much more awesome! Visit MikeRollerson.com.

Tron

2. Green Girls, photo by Mike Rollerson. These female Green Hornets look like they are up to no good. Visit MikeRollerson.com.

Riddler Girls

3. Ms. Captain America, photo by Port of San Diego. Even the wife of a national hero needs some rest and relaxation! Visit Port of San Diego.

Ms. Captain America

4. Link, photo by Mark H. Anbinder (mhaithaca). Here’s one video gamer representing at Comic-Con 2010. Visit 14850 Online.

Zelda

5. Ms. Iron Man, photo by Official Star Wars Blog. High marks on the costume even though the pose is a little weak. Come on Ms. Iron Man, put some spunk into that superhero pose of yours! Visit Star Wars.

Iron Man

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Gay By Birth, Proud By Choice and Always Awesome

Out friends over at Made With Awesome recently posted a few photos from their recent adventures at the Pride Day Festival at Penn’s Landing in Philadelphia. In fact, that’s were they released their latest T-Shirt design, the very colorful, Gay By Birth Proud By Choice tee. The shirt is printed on Gildan 100% Cotton Ringspun Tee , but the excited part really is the “rainbow color” effect shown in the preview image. The effect is created by mixing inks during the screen printing process so that every shirt is unique. Cool! The shirt should be available on the Made With Awesome website for purchase real soon, so keep your open for them.

Below you’ll also find some image sof the Made With Awesome team, Roni Lagin and Evan Ferstenfeld at the Pride Day Festival, sporting their sexy Made With Awesome threads. And at the very, very, very bottom of the post you’ll see the latest Made With Awesome print, it’s called Historical Superheroes and it is … pure awesome. Here’s your task, figure out all five superheroes! Historical Superheroes is available now from Made With Awesome for $15.

Gay By Birth Proud By Choice Made With Awesome

Made With Awesome

Made With Awesome

Made With Awesome

Superheroes

The Best of WonderCon 2010 Costume Spotting

The superheroes that descended upon the San Francisco’s Moscone Center this past weekend for WonderCon 2010 have returned to their simple and ordinary lives. Nonetheless, their costumes live on! Check out 45 of my favorite costumes from WonderCon 2010. If you’ve been following my daily costume spottings then you’ll notice that this is simply one big chunky posts with all of my faves. I hope you enjoy. I can’t wait for ComicCon 2010!

Wondercon Costume Spotting

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Day 1 WonderCon 2010 Costume Spotting:

1. Cobra Commander, photo by mchulin. Hey look, it’s Cobra Commander! By the way, I think it’s time for me to confess that I haven’t seen G.I. Joe the live action movie yet. Is that so wrong?

Cobra Commander

2. Deadpool, photo by Official Star Wars Blog. I object to the upcoming Deadpool movie. I really do. Visit Star Wars.

Deadpool

3. Mad Hatter, photo by creativename. Mad Hatter or deranged hippie? You decide. Visit Creative Name Chick.

Mad Hatter

4. Jedi, photo by edopeno. No comic book convention would be complete without a Jedi. Visit Edopeno.

Jedi

5. Weird Dude, photo by edopeno. Hi weird dude! Visit Edopeno.

Weird Dude

6. Stormtroopers, photo by mchulin. I know these aren’t Stormtroopers. Problem is, I have no idea what they are dressed up as!

Stormroopers

7. Packaging Tape Clone Trooper, photo by Official Star Wars Blog. Neato! I wonder how many rolls of tape he went through to make this costume! VisitStar Wars.

Packaging Tape Clone Trooper

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WonderCon 2010 Costume Spotting (Day 3)

Day 3 of WonderCon marked the last day of the convention and I’ve got my 15 favorite costumes all picked out for you. The best photograph has got to go to Ryu Vs. Alien (see #3) by Thomas Levinson (Montauk beach).

Wondercon Costume Spotting

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Day 3 WonderCon 2010 Costume Spotting:

1. The Spirit, photo by itsklepperx. Denny Colt looks like he’s ready to fight some crime!

The Spirit

2. Imperial Arrest, photo by Montauk Beach. Kids, you were on the wrong side of the force today. Visit Thomas Levinson’s site.

Imperial Arrest

3. Ryu vs. Alien, photo by Montauk Beach. I love this photo. Aliens Vs. Predators? Pfft. How about Aliens vs. Street Fighter! Now that would be an awesome movie! Visit Thomas Levinson’s site.

Ryu Vs. Alien

4. Wonder Woman, photo by BilRW3. Awww, the pleasures of being Wonder Woman! Visit Stamaria.

Wonder Woman

5. Batgirl, photo by calanimephotos. Why hello there, Barbara Gordon. Visit Conpix.

Batgirl

6. Clark Kent / Superman, photo by earthdog. The cheesiness of Superman in real life! I love it! Visit Sad Salvation.

Superman

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WonderCon 2010 Costume Spotting (Day 2)

It’s Day 2 of WonderCon and we’ve got even more crazy costumes! Kudos to the photographers for snapping some amazing shots. My favorite has got to be the candid Captain America photos by Erik Wilson (Generik11) of Pixels at an Exhibition.

Wondercon Costume Spotting

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Day 2 WonderCon 2010 Costume Spotting:

1. Captain America, photo by Generik11. Two excellent photos here. It’s Captain American in real life. And look, he even uses a cell phone like s regular people. Visit Pixels at an Exhibition.

Captain America

Captain America

2. Batman and Company, photo by Kelson. All together now…smile! Visit Hyperborea.

Batman & Company

3. Sailor Mini Moon & Sailor Moon, photo by BirdofPrey247. Oh Good God!!! Visit the Birds of Prey Costume Page.

Sailor Moon

4. Raven & Spoiler, photo by BirdsofPrey247. Okay, these two are just freakingly scary. The purple one gives me the creeps! Visit the Birds of Prey Costume Page.

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5. Alien, photo by Wendy Copley. Could you imagine walking around the convention center with that damn huge head piece? Visit Wendolonia.

Aliens

6. Superbear, photo by Generik11. I love this photo. It’s Superman … with a beer belly and some nip showing! Visit Pixels at an Exhibition.

Superbear

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WonderCon 2010 Costume Spotting (Day 1)

WonderCon 2010 is being held from April 2-4 this year and as with any comic book convention, there are some amazingly wacky costumes to be seen! I’ll be tracking the best costume spottings from Wondercon 2010 because I always get a kick at seeing what people decide to dress up as. My favorite from the first days batch has got to be the simple and elegant Marty McFly costume!

Wondercon Costume Spotting

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Day 1 Wondercon 2010 Costume Spotting:

1. Marty McFly, photo by jovino. Hey look, it’s Marty McFly in the classic Marty McFly pose and equipped with his futuristic hoverboard! Visit BunnyWarez.

Marty McFly

2. Cosplay, photo by I Heart Cool Stuff. I’m not sure who this guy is, but he does look like he’s ready for some foreplay. Visit I Heart Cool Stuff.

Cosplay

3. Squirtle, photo by I Heart Cool Stuff. Apparently it’s Squirtle, the bipedle turtle from the Pokemon universe. Visit I Heart Cool Stuff.

Squirtle

4. Unknown, photo by mchulin. These guys kind of look like something from The Rocketeer, but I think I might be wrong about that. Any thoughts?

Unknown

5. The Evil Cheerleaders, photo by I Heart Cool Stuff. If you’re gonna die from someone (or something) evil, why not let that someone be evil cheerleaders. Visit I Heart Cool Stuff.

Evil Cheerleaders

6. Superman, photo by jovino. Do you think this sloppy version of Superman is equipped with matching Superman Underoos? Visit BunnyWarez.

Superman

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The Flash

It’s been way too long since we’ve featured a shirt from our friends over at Despair Wear. This shirt idea seems so obvious that I’m surprised that it I haven’t seen it done before (or maybe it has ben done and I just missed it). This fun shirt is a bit of a deviation from the typical Despair Wear tee, which typically focuses on designs that aid in demotivation (you know, the opposite of motivation).

The Flash is printed on an asphalt American Apparel blank and is available now from Despair Wear for $18.99. This is the perfect shirt for those of you who wish you could flash someone but don’t have the guts to do so. Or, maybe you just T-Shirts featuring comic book characters in witty situations.

The Flash

The Flash

Speed Trap by FM365

Flying Mouse 365 has been busily releasing new tees every week as part of his ongoing Flying Mouse 365 Project. One shirt in particular from hir current crop caught my eye. It’s called Speed Trap and it’s an obvious parody of the DC Comics character, Flash. I loved Flash growing up, how many of you remember the short lived Flash TV series? The shirt reminds me a bit of the parody tees that Glennz Tees has been come to be known for and although it’s not from Glenn it’s great to see some other artists take on parodying superheroes.

Speed Trap is printed on an American Apparel tee as available now from Flying Mouse365 for the new low price of $15.

Speed Trap by FM365

Speed Trap by FM365

Filter Heroes by Chop Shop

If you are a Photoshop geek then this shirt is a must have! This super awesome mutant hero inspired shirt from Chop Shop will make any CS4 guru salivate. The shirt was designed by Threadless alumni and illustration veteran, Joshua Kemble.

After a bizarre lab experiment, this ordinary studio of designers were transformed into The Filter Heroes! No design project is too high brow to resist the powers of Lens Flare. What client could challenge the combined effects of Crystallize and Emboss!? Their only known weaknesses are large file sizes and molecular solvents.

Filter Heroes is printed on American Apparel Eggplant, Alstyle Charcoal or White in limited sizes and is available now from The Chop Shop for $20. And if you’re into saving (who isn’t) then use the coupon code “cotygun” at checkout for an additional 15% off your entire order!

Filter Heroes by Chop Shop

Teextile: 7 Dirty Words

Lot’s of cool tees this week from Teextile, but, my hands down favorite has got to be 7 Dirty Words by Arrow! Making it this weeks Teextile Favorite! And if you’re a fan of George Carlin then you can definitely appreciate this tee. It’s probably not a work safe tee but, you can proudly wear it out to the bars! Remember, you can purchase 7 Dirty Words all this week, but it’ll cost you just $12 if you get it today (Monday) and it’ll set you back $15 any other day of the week. After this week, all of the tees below will be gone forever. 

7 Dirty Words by Arrow

Here are this weeks Teextile rankings, in order from my 1 to 5, with 1 being my Teextile Favorite for that particular week. Feel free to debate your favorites!

My Teextile Power Rankings for June 22, 2009 to June June 26, 2009:

#1 (Favorite): 7 Dirty Words by Arrow

7 Dirty Words

#2: Safe From Harm by Muttley

Safe From Harm

#3: Four-Tusked Mammoth by wyndeLLe

Four-Tusked Mammoth

#4: Metamorphosis by Mitohapa

Vintage At Heart

#5: Vintage at Heart by Aliera

Metamorphosis