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    36 Incredible Comic-Con Cosplayers Who'll Make Every Blerd Feel Seen

    This year's San-Diego Comic-Con featured awesome cosplays of Blade, Domino, Rogue, SpongeBob, Meta Knight, Black Panther characters, and more!

    Comic-Con San Diego wrapped yesterday, and sure, a bunch of cool Marvel announcements were made, and yeah, there were a ton of celeb parties. But let's get into the best part: THE COSPLAY!!!

    I've seen so many amazing costumes over the past couple days, and while everyone's look slayed, I wanted to take a moment to spotlight some black cosplayers and their crazy cool 'fits:

    If you spot yourself or a friend whose name isn't listed, please lemme know in the comment section.

    1. Ruth as Storm Carter

    2. And her sister Liz as Stormchella

    3. Domino

    4. John Coffey

    5. Derrick Perry, LaKase Cousino, Chris Perry, and Charlotte Perry as Red, Abraham, Umbre, and Pluto

    6. Reagan and Payton as Shuri (and Shuri)

    8. Okoye

    9. Blade

    10. Mellyssa A. Diggs as steampunk Umbreon

    11. Kal Smith and @Geekmaddness as Ed and Dexter Reed from Good Burger

    12. Luke Cage

    13. Dior Williams as Meta Knight

    14. Rikki Larae as Dark Fairy

    15. Tia Bia as Froppy

    16. Tia Bia as Misty Knight

    17. Tia Bia as SpongeBob

    18. Michael Nettles as Shazam

    19. Golden Britt, Jasmine Faison, and Ashleigh as Reggie Rocket, Ashley Spinelli, and Chuckie Finster

    20. Cynarra Jamerson as Rogue

    21. Cynarra Jamerson as Eleven

    22. Mari Lewis as Lady Shadow

    23. LeQuan Bennett as Ruby Rhod

    24. M'Baku

    25. Charles Redd as Colonel Roy Mustang

    26. Jay Acey dressed as Black Adam

    27. Silk

    28. Black Panther

    29. Daenerys Targaryen

    31. Superman and Miles Morales/Spider-Man

    32. Joe Phillips as Pink Panther

    33. Supernova

    34. Baron Mordo

    35. Bangalore

    36. Sidney Clark as Laevatein from Fire Emblem Heroes

    WHEW!!! YOU KNOW WHAT THEY DID? THAT!!!

    Here's to more fandom diversity at future Comic-Cons and beyond!

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