The humidity is high and the party is rocking at Dragon Con in Atlanta. Here’s a sample of the fantastic cosplay we saw while wandering the hotel floors and crowded streets on Saturday.

The Flying Spaghetti Monster (Teddi Fishman) is the best of all gods. Image credit: Mika McKinnon

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Kosh (Billy Brooks) and Londo Mollari (Craig D’Apolito) leave us wondering: how does Dragon Con fit into the politics of Babylon 5? Image credit: Mika McKinnon

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Rogue Bell (Snide Cosplay) is very good at not catching Con Crud in this Disney-meets-X-Men interpretation. Image credit: Zac Fudge/Thought Swerve Media

Poison Ivy (SarahN29) always has company with her pair of piraña plants. Image credit: Mika McKinnon

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A pair of Kaylee Fryes (Psychokitty and Natazha) get out of Serenity’s engine room to take in the sights. Image credit: Mika McKinnon

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Batman’s antagonist Penguin (Antoine Wilson) is far from grotesque. Image credit: Zac Fudge/Thought Swerve Media

Barf (Mighty Matt) from Spaceballs is surprisingly agile for having a very squished foot. Image credit: Mika McKinnon

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The Firefairy Demon (Melissa Miller) and Demon Temptation (Conan) are a pair of original characters seeing just how much trouble they can get into. Image credit: Mika McKinnon

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Two out of five members of the Rainbow Death Brigade (Miranda and Kiantewench) pose for a photo instead of bombing one in their quest to wreck havoc around the lobby. Image credit: Mika McKinnon

The Incredible Hulk (AJ Loeffler) is getting annoyed at these lines. Image credit: Zac Fudge/Thought Swerve Media

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Sleep is for the weak, but someone else needs to write this Death Note caption. Don’t let me down, io9ers! Image credit: Mika McKinnon

ta: “Gelus is out to write down the name of Misa’s would-be murderer in his Death Note”

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Boxtroll (Channing) has discovered the joys of staying up very, very late. Image credit: Mika McKinnon

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Braun the Dalek temporarily refrains from going on a rampage to exterminate all con-goers (created by Wayne Neumaier/2 Story Props). Image credit: Counse Broders Photography

Hawkgirl and Hawkman (Bemises Wolf and Wintery Bliss) are visiting Earth from Thanagar. Image credit: Zac Fudge/Thought Swerve Media

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Vash the Stampede (Pixel Bash Props) is always chipper. Image credit: Mika McKinnon

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The 4th Doctor (Britannia Mosely) isn’t relinquishing that iconic scarf even in the muggy humidity of an Atlanta summer. Image credit: RL Lloyd

The Ice King (Paul Aradani Studios), the imposing monarch from Adventure Time, is perfectly at home in the weirdly-freezing halls of the Westin. Image credit: Mika McKinnon

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Alice (Jessica) scares me just a tiny bit. Image credit: Mika McKinnon

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Nightcrawler (Curtis Randall), Cyclops (Sebastian) and Phoenix (Megan) are more relaxed when off-duty as X-men. Image credit: Mika McKinnon

This Star Trek officer (Suzie Seager) will do anything for her Baby on Borg. Image credit: Mika McKinnon

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Jedi Jade (Esmerelda Valentine) is what happens when Mortal Kombat’s Jade takes up Star Wars force training. Image credit: Mika McKinnon

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Miss Frizzle is back, this time with Revolutionary War Captain America (Robin Smith). Image courtesy of Robin Smith

Jack Skellington (Ian Hales) hassles a quidditch player (Amand). Image credit: Mika McKinnon

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Olenna Tyrell (Beverley Hoffamon) is having a truly swell afternoon now the Iron Throne is undeniably hers and she’s made it to the grand age of 85. Image credit: Dr. Pamela L. Gay/@StarStrydr

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The Dragon Merchant (Duncan Jones) rides to the rescue of those in distress with the 105th Squad Cosplayers charity group. Image credit: Counse Broders Photography

Pinhead from Hellraiser is on his best behaviour, for now. Image credit: Mika McKinnon

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A gorilla turns the tables to keep this man (Rick) caged in an inhumanely small space. Image credit: Mika McKinnon

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Barbie is in pristine, unopened condition. Image credit: Counse Broders Photography

A pair of original characters from the Pure Steam Gang (Bryan Lawson and Arkoba) are far friendlier than their appearance suggests. Image credit: Mika McKinnon

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Batman (Isaac) pursues Scarecrow (Kayci) after yet escape from Arkham Asylum. Image credit: Mika McKinnon

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The Chainmail Fairie (Wynterborne Faierie) has a simple mission: look sexy, kick ass. Image credit: Mika McKinnon

Wayne and Gart (Anonymous and R Alan Siler) are on an excellent adventure. Image credit: RL Lloyd

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A pair of Time Lords from Doctor Who investigate for themselves why the Doctor is so fixated on Earth. Image credit: RL Lloyd

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Squirrel Girl (Ren T.) finds it slightly odd to be spending a whole day chatting only with humans. Image credit: RL Lloyd

Portal players found something far more efficient than the skybridges for getting around the convention hotels. Image credit: RL Lloyd

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Miss Piggy (Amanda Ago) is developing new interests. Image credit: RL Lloyd

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The Imperial Campaigner knows who signs the cheques. Image credit: RL Lloyd

Ahsoka Tano and Boba Fett win longest commute from a galaxy far, far away. Image credit: RL Lloyd

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Princess Tiana (Tiffany Hatch) leaves her frog behind for a night on the town. Image credit: RL Lloyd

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The War Doctor (Thomas Jewell) is uncertain what to make of all this levity. Image credit: RL Lloyd

Dooneese (Suzanne Najbert) of Saturday Night Live has finally broken free of her trio of sisters. Image credit: RL Lloyd

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Star Lord and Gamora (Chris and Sheila) are prowling for their fellow Guardians of the Galaxy. Image credit: RL Lloyd

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Mothra (Ashley Carter) spreads her wings. Image credit: RL Lloyd

Vincent Vega and Jules Winfield (Anthony Marquez and Dakarai Chapman) of Pulp Fiction take a rare moment of relaxation. Image credit: RL Lloyd

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Dr. Martha Jones (Amanda-Rae Prescott) hasn’t lost an ounce of confidence or competence since Doctor Who and Torchwood. Image credit: RL Lloyd

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It’s a bad day for this astronaut (Zachary Titus). Image credit: Zac Fudge/Thought Swerve Media

Tauriel (Luna Rose Costuming) is done tagging along after dwarfs and is out on her own to explore the wonders of Dragon Con. Image credit: Zac Fudge/Thought Swerve Media

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Bride of Chucky (Jennifer Soubeyroux) is doing the world a great service by keeping her husband contained. Image credit: Zac Fudge/Thought Swerve Media

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Pan the Satyr (Greg Jones) is looking more threatening than his usually-playful interpretations. Image credit: Zac Fudge/Thought Swerve Media

Jareth the Goblin King from Labyrinth hasn’t whisked anyone away ... yet. Image credit: Zac Fudge/Thought Swerve Media

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This Faerie (Dr. Yvonne Denkins) will zap the sass right out of you. Image credit: Zac Fudge/Thought Swerve Media

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A horde of Captain America’s fans and support staff gather on the stairs. Image credit: Zac Fudge/Thought Swerve Media

Captain Canuck (Bennet Caldwell) is on a grand American adventure. Image credit: Zac Fudge/Thought Swerve Media

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The Joker (Jimmy Grim) lets out a maniacal laugh. Image credit: Mika McKinnon

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A member of Majora’s Mafia (Alex Sparkman) finds a quiet corner. Image credit: Mika McKinnon


Took photos you think we should feature? Contact the author at mika.mckinnon@io9.com or at @MikaMcKinnon (or if you spot your photo and want it at full resolution!). At Dragon Con? Look her up under Presenters and say hello.

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