Comikaze cosplay: Catwoman, Wolverine, Zelda and more

Sept. 16, 2012 | 8:00 a.m.

A cosplayer at Stan Lee's Comikaze in Sept. 2012. Many attendees of the homegrown pop culture convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center arrived in costume. (Noelene Clark / Los Angeles Times)

Cosplayers at Stan Lee's Comikaze in Sept. 2012. Many attendees of the homegrown pop culture convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center arrived in costume. (Noelene Clark / Los Angeles Times)

A cosplayer at Stan Lee's Comikaze in Sept. 2012. Many attendees of the homegrown pop culture convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center arrived in costume. (Noelene Clark / Los Angeles Times)

A cosplayer at Stan Lee's Comikaze in Sept. 2012. Many attendees of the homegrown pop culture convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center arrived in costume. (Noelene Clark / Los Angeles Times)

A cosplayer at Stan Lee's Comikaze in Sept. 2012. Many attendees of the homegrown pop culture convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center arrived in costume. (Noelene Clark / Los Angeles Times)

A cosplayer at Stan Lee's Comikaze in Sept. 2012. Many attendees of the homegrown pop culture convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center arrived in costume. (Noelene Clark / Los Angeles Times)

Cosplayers at Stan Lee's Comikaze in Sept. 2012. Many attendees of the homegrown pop culture convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center arrived in costume. (Noelene Clark / Los Angeles Times)

A cosplayer at Stan Lee's Comikaze in Sept. 2012. Many attendees of the homegrown pop culture convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center arrived in costume. (Noelene Clark / Los Angeles Times)

A cosplayer at Stan Lee's Comikaze in Sept. 2012. Many attendees of the homegrown pop culture convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center arrived in costume. (Noelene Clark / Los Angeles Times)

A cosplayer at Stan Lee's Comikaze in Sept. 2012. Many attendees of the homegrown pop culture convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center arrived in costume. (Noelene Clark / Los Angeles Times)

A cosplayer at Stan Lee's Comikaze in Sept. 2012. Many attendees of the homegrown pop culture convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center arrived in costume. (Noelene Clark / Los Angeles Times)

A cosplayer at Stan Lee's Comikaze in Sept. 2012. Many attendees of the homegrown pop culture convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center arrived in costume. (Noelene Clark / Los Angeles Times)

A cosplayer at Stan Lee's Comikaze in Sept. 2012. Many attendees of the homegrown pop culture convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center arrived in costume. (Noelene Clark / Los Angeles Times)

A cosplayer at Stan Lee's Comikaze in Sept. 2012. Many attendees of the homegrown pop culture convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center arrived in costume. (Noelene Clark / Los Angeles Times)

A cosplayer at Stan Lee's Comikaze in Sept. 2012. Many attendees of the homegrown pop culture convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center arrived in costume. (Noelene Clark / Los Angeles Times)

A cosplayer at Stan Lee's Comikaze in Sept. 2012. Many attendees of the homegrown pop culture convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center arrived in costume. (Noelene Clark / Los Angeles Times)

Cosplayers at Stan Lee's Comikaze in Sept. 2012. Many attendees of the homegrown pop culture convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center arrived in costume. (Noelene Clark / Los Angeles Times)

JP Roth, web comic creator, poses at Stan Lee's Comikaze in Sept. 2012. Many attendees of the homegrown pop culture convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center arrived in costume. (Noelene Clark / Los Angeles Times)

Cosplayers at Stan Lee's Comikaze in Sept. 2012. Many attendees of the homegrown pop culture convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center arrived in costume. (Noelene Clark / Los Angeles Times)

A cosplayer at Stan Lee's Comikaze in Sept. 2012. Many attendees of the homegrown pop culture convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center arrived in costume. (Noelene Clark / Los Angeles Times)

Frodo Baggins, Batman, Power Girl and Street Fighter’s Chun Li were in attendance at Stan Lee’s Comikaze — or at least their look-alikes were. In classic comic convention tradition, many attendees of this weekend’s expo at the Los Angeles Convention Center arrived in costume.

Spotted Saturday were the Doctor and his TARDIS, “Jurassic Park’s” Dr. Alan Grant and a T-Rex driving around in Power Wheels Jeeps, X-Man Rogue, “Adventure Time’s” Finn and Jake, several Stormtropers and a slew of other characters from anime, film, video games, television and comics.

Click through the gallery above for a quick look at some of Comikaze’s creative cosplay.

– Noelene Clark

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4 Responses to Comikaze cosplay: Catwoman, Wolverine, Zelda and more

  1. skulldouggary says:

    Love the Batman and Catwoman!

  2. Lon Brown says:

    I'M the guy you took a pic of dressed as Wolverine! Great shot of me–lol.

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