The Cosplay Cuties of LA Comic Con

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The chicest geeks of SoCal congregated at the Los Angeles Convention Center for this year’s LA Comic Con.

The convention’s halls were packed with queer comic book collectors and video gaymers, many serving extra lewks inspired by their favorite fandoms.

Here’s a round up of our favorite hunky heroes and superqueeroes. 

Round 1… Fight!

Its a fighting franchise cross over as Street Fighter’s Ryu spars with Mortal Kombat’s Sub-Zero.

 

Frisk Me

Veteran cosplayer Luigi Shiraga poses as Resident Evil 2’s Leon Kennedy. Hopefully this costume includes handcuffs…

 

Getting Juggy With It 

The ever adorable Dade Elza delivers some teen heartthrob realness as Riverdale’s Jughead Jones. (Sorry, boys. This one’s straight, but he is a proud ally.)

 

She’s Got Gadgets And Gizmos Aplenty

Jimmy Sherfy flaunts his BFF Flounder and one of his thingamabobs with this genderbent take on The Little Mermaid‘s Ariel.

 

Return of the King

Xander Jeanneret of TBS’ King of the Nerds sasses out in his Dungeon and Dragons apparel between performances with his band The Library Bards.

 

Zaddy America

Unboxer Briefs’ John Brillantes serves up a sexy, salt-and-pepper super soldier. Sir, yes, sir!

Don’t Stop Me Now

This killer queen is channeling some fierce Freddy Mercury vibes.

 

Hot Stuff

This gay geek heats up LA Comic Con with his half naked portrayal of My Hero Academia‘s pyrokinetic Shoto Totoroki. 

 

Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad Boy, You Make Me Feel So Good

For more My Hero Academia action, this cosplay pro made his mark as the villainous Stain.

 

Monster Mash

This conventioneer puts a thrash metal twist on Monster Hunter’s Zinogre. Rock on, nerds!