C2E2 2015 Photos, Part 5 of 9: More Comics Costumes

Guardian of the Universe!

A lot of folks think guarding a single galaxy is an impressive feat. Try being a Guardian of the Universe for a day.

Previously on Midlife Crisis Crossover: my wife and I went to C2E2 and took photos! Other chapters in the series:

Part 1: Costume Contest Winners
Part 2: The Rest of the Costume Contest
Part 3: Edge of Deadpoolverse
Part 4: Mighty Marvel Costumes
Part 6: Mystery Science Costume Theater 3000
Part 7: Last Call for Costumes
Part 8: Stars of Comics and Screens
Part 9: Random Acts of C2E2ing

Today’s feature: costumes from comics besides Marvel — their Distinguished Competition as well as a few other popular print sources.

Green Lantern + Star Sapphire!

Green Lantern, favored errand guy for the Guardians of the Universe, hangs out with his best frenemy Star Sapphire.

Bat-Family '66!

Robin and Batgirl ’66 represent for old-school heroics.


Lobo represents for slightly less old-school antiheroics. Or plain ol’ villainy, depending on which side of his bike you stand.

Wonder Woman and Uncle Fester!

Uncle Fester is a clown for Wonder Woman’s amusement.

Slade Wilson!

Slade Wilson from Arrow threatens the line Friday before opening.

Deathstroke + Hellboy!

A more traditional Slade Wilson, a.k.a. Deathstroke the Terminator, trades war stories with Hellboy.

Batman Beyond!

Batman Beyond! Or maybe another alt-future Batman. Since I don’t follow the New 52, for all I know this could be today’s Batman.


Scarecrow from the Arkham Asylum brings his own concoctions to help him get through the long convention weekend.

Attack on Titan!

The military types from the manga and anime Attack on Titan are easy to spot once you learn their shared fashion guidelines.

Judges vs Solid Snake!

Several Judges from Mega-City One, including a Judge Minion, surround Solid Snake from Metal Gear Solid. Snake hid under a box. It was his only defense.

Prince Robot IV!

Prince Robot IV from the Image Comics sensation Saga. Behind him in blurs is Madcap, a fun ’80s Captain America villain.

Spy vs. Spy!

The foes from MAD Magazine‘s “Spy vs. Spy” have feuded for decades and still refuse to negotiate a treaty, even though their opposing governments probably made peace back in the ’90s.

To be continued!

What do you, The Viewers at Home, think?

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: