By Monday morning of Dragon Con, most people were packing up to leave Atlanta. And yet some cosplayers persevered, and the flood of awesome costumed characters continued. Here’s the best of what we saw on the final day of the popular culture convention.

Owen takes his velociraptor Blue, Delta, Echo and Charlie on vacation from Jurassic World. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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The Riddler from Batman is looking particularly saucy with that question-mark mask. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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Maleficent in her younger years. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

Drax from Guardians of the Galaxy. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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Wikus of District 9. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

Hawk Girl brandishes her mace. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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This Kratos is more adorably fierce than intimidatingly powerful than he was in God of War. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

Mortal Kombat comes to Dragon Con with Scorpion, Ermac Reptile, and Subzero. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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X-man’s Wolverine grew more dignified but no less bad-tempered as his hair greyed. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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No one expects an elevator full of Stonecutters, the secret society from the Simpsons. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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Predator and Alien just haven’t been able to get along ever since their epic showdown under the ice in Alien vs. Preditor. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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Aayla Secura, a Rutian Twi’lek jedi from Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

Strax is invariably polite, even if he is about to enact infinite violence in Doctor Who. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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Rocky Balboa and Ivan Drago face off one more time. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

Alice is in Hysteria Mode, prepared to really do some damage. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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Edward Scissorhands does his best to not accidentally finger-comb his hair. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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I never want to meet Freddy Krueger in a dark hallway. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

Camouflage for the Marriott carpet looks distinctly out-of-place in the other host hotels. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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Frankenberry and the Bride of Frankenberry. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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This retro-tastic modern astronaut from the advertising billboard of Fallout’s loading screen has all the details spot-on, right down to the tiny hint of Nuka-Cola product placement. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

Alien will never survive this multi-pronged attack. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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The ladies of Mad Max are tough as can be. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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Furiosa and Coma-Doof Warrior soak in the relative luxury of being anywhere but in the world of Mad Max: Fury Road. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

Captain Marvel. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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The Winter Soldier has relieved Captain America of his shield. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

River Tam: the ultimate lesson of never underestimating a lady, particularly if she’s got very sharp blades within reach. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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Duck Dodgers is utterly bewildered by these strange Earthling habits after too much time on Mars. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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Wonder Woman and Superman share a rare moment of peace. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

An Alien chest-burster is a particularly gruesome death, even for a Star Trek redshirt. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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Finn, a suspected jedi from Star Wars: the Force Awakens. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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Morrigan Aensland, the succubus and powerful demon realm princess from Darkstalkers. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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Barbabarina, the rogue arcade machine robot and Hackerman from Kung Fury add an even more surreal scene to their already odd script. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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This Jaffa Guard from Stargate will protect his Goa’uld System Lord with his life. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

White Walker from Game of Thrones. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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Star Trek’s Vulcan science officer gets a uniform makeover. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

Pac-Man is actually a grim, dystopian tale of an astronaut trapped in a derelict space station haunted by his deceased crewmates. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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X-Man’s Psylocke after the telepath body-swapped into the body of ninja Kwannon. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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John McCane of Die Hard always has an epic Christmas. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

The ladies of FEMM (Cyberbird and Yufflebunny), the Far East Mention Mannequins, a Japanese J-pop band. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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The Wicked Witch from The Wizard of Oz is keeping a tight leash on her remaining flying monkey. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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This Sugar Plum Fairy from Cabin In The Woods is a truly terrifying ballerina. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

Resistance is futile: a borg assimilates Captain Kirk of Star Trek. Image credit: Norman Chan/Tested.com

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TRUMP for Immortan 2016 (Rawrbomb). Image credit: CONography courtesy Blastr

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This pint-sized Harley Quinn (Nicola) won the Masquerade costume contest for her age category. Image credit: Mika McKinnon

Patsy and Edina are Absolutely Fabulous, always and forever. Image credit: Robert Lloyd

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Kimmy Schmidt (Phoebe Hill) is downright unbreakable even on the last day of con. Image credit: Robert Lloyd

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Jake Lonagin (Chasen Crawford) of Cowboys and Aliens pairs up with a Twi’lek (Erica Bristow) from Star Wars to battle more sinister, less mannerly aliens. Image credit: Robert Lloyd

Storm (Allyssa Lewis) prepares to unleash extreme weather while awaiting the other X-Men. Image credit: Robert Lloyd

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Spotting Wendigo of Hannibal may be a sign that it’s time to shower, eat, and sleep before experiencing a con-induced psychotic break. Image credit: Robert Lloyd

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“Costume Not Found” (Voiceover Monkey) is an error we’ve all encountered before. Image credit: Zac Fudge/Thought Swerve Media

Steampunk Ood (Michael Higginbotham) is the best ood of all the fabulous representatives explored in Doctor Who. Image credit: Zac Fudge/Thought Swerve Media

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Red and her titular Transistor sword. Image credit: Zac Fudge/Thought Swerve Media

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