Comic Con 2010: Costumed Awesomeness

Here are the costume pics we snapped from Comic Con 2010. Bummed that we missed a chance to photograph the lady who turned her swag bag into a dress, and the man who covered himself in all the garbage and fliers handed out at Comic Con.

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Borrowed some of these pics from Smalls and DeMew. ๐Ÿ™‚


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About tinyheroes

Mindy Crouchley is a 33 year old woman with a degree in English and Technical Writing from Portland State University. She has accumulated three+ years experience in the Marketing and Communications field - with an emphasis on creating digital media content. She has been reading comic books since she was 10 years old. She currently lives in outer southeast Portland with her spouse Dan Robertson, her baby girl, and their dog - Jabba the pug. She spends her free time devouring books, crafting cosplay, video gaming, attending comic cons, writing stories/screenplays, attending book to film adaptation club meetings, volunteering, and watching copious amounts of TV and movies.

9 responses to “Comic Con 2010: Costumed Awesomeness”

  1. erninlow says :

    I like how people just dress up as anybody they want to, no matter if it relates to comics or not. For example, the picture I saw of Colonel Sanders.

  2. Troy says :

    Man, I am so jealous of you guys! Did you say they are already sold out for next year? It’s my goal make a Star Fleet Uniform from TNG to wear to one of these.

    • tinyheroes says :

      They are only sold out for Preview Night, but we are probably not going next year because we’re saving up for a trip to Greece and Turkey. However, we are going to three other conventions – the Portland Comic Book Show in November, the Seattle Emerald Con in March and Stumptown in May. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Sweet Paul says :

    The one in shape guy has to go as one of the 300 soldiers. Fuck that guy.

  4. Addie says :

    I have more pictures coming soon – got sucked into moving as soon as I got back to Portland and haven’t added them yet.

    • tinyheroes says :

      Excellent – I wanted to see what you and Anna had been up to for most of the trip. It kinda sucked that we didn’t get to see much of one another. If you are up for a true comic book convention, we are hitting up Emerald Con in February 2011. It’s a three day event in Seattle, and it will be much more comic book related. We are also planning to volunteer at the Stumptown Comics Fest again in 2011.

      If Comic Con did anything for me, it made me realize how much I love cons. Smallish cons. And it definitely bred a patience for lines…though these lines were abnormal in that we could always find someone to talk nerdy with. Most lines are filled with disgruntled people with which you have little to nothing in common with.

  5. mode20100 says :

    A+ would read again

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