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Best Halloween Costumes

The train is late again!
We scoured the net, and these are the best Halloween Costumes we found. Well, the first one is Mr. Stinkhead waiting for the train. But click below to see more!
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A Real Iron Man Suit

Anthony Le, an Iron Man fan built his own Iron Man / War Machine Suit. The suit has a retractable faceplate and spinning mock Gatling gun.


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Greatest Costume Ever!

This is the greatest costume ever! (via /film)


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SDCC ’09 In Pictures

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Our good friend Joe Meno from Brick Journal gave me permission to post his San Diego Comic Con photos. You can see some great photos of the LEGO Toy Story and Prince of Persia toys. Joe also got some great shots of various cosplay, displays, and of course some new toys. When you get a chance check out the Brick Journal Magazine. Photos after the jump:

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Confessions of a Superhero on Hulu

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This weekend I watched the documentary Confessions of a Superhero on Hulu. The film follows four of the costumed superheroes that pose for pictures on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. All four are aspiring actors who believe this is the way to become famous. The highlight is Christopher Dennis. Dennis claims to be the son of Oscar and Tony winning actress Sandy Dennis. Sandy Dennis’s family denies his claim. He is a fan of Superman, most notably Christopher Reeve who he models his Superman look.

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Heroes Wanted: Author Seeks Costumed Convention Attendees

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New York– Author and journalist Mike Drake is looking for a few good heroes. Specifically he is looking for people who dress as heroes, or villains, at comic book and sci-fi conventions. “He’s spent two years snapping photos at gathering such as San Diego and New York Comic Con. Now he’d like to hear some of the personal stories of these weekend heroes”.

If you attend conventions, or other events (excluding Halloween and costume parties), in costume, and are 18 years of age or older, please contact Mike Drake at

weekendheroes@gmail.com

Include your contact information along with information on what conventions you have attended and what character(s) you dress as.


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NYCC ’09 Cosplay

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For some, the New York Comic Con is an opportunity to find good deals on back issues of their favorite series. For others, it’s the perfect opportunity to showcase their upcoming works, video games and movies.  And for many, it is the perfect opportunity to dress up.  Comic book heroes, anime… things, detestable villains and even a few Starfleet officers– all have their place at the Comic Con.  Thankfully, there were few costumers this year for whom spandex should not have been a privilege: pot-bellied batmen were few and far between.   Enjoy.

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