These cosplayers brought their strongest tailor game to the first ever Silicon Valley Comic Con.
Why so serious? No, really. You're kind of creeping me out.
Captain America gets a bit weird...for us. This is however a typical Saturday night for our old buddy Steve.
Pictured on the right: Lady Aurora
Kikoshen! That's what she'll probably say next. Just watch out for the blue fireball.
"I've led both the X-men and the Morlocks and yearn to return to my former glory" is what I believe Storm really wants to say after her depiction in the X-men movies.
Sinestro and Death make an oddly cute couple.
Seriously one of the best Morrigans I've ever seen. Wow!
Imperial officer, yes, but maybe with a bit of Baroness thrown in?
This may be my new favorite pic of Thor and Captain America.
These Imperial officers are a bit nicer to Ewoks than the ones in "Return of the Jedi."
I think I need this Finn jacket.
Bow down before queen Loki!
I think we have enough Kylo Rens, guys. But we definitely need more Sailor Moon Reys!
The Penguin and Wonder Woman are the new DC universe power couple.
Minions. Always getting in people's way.
That's Dick Grayson, not Kerry Kelly, folks.
Hey! Those belong in a museum!
Ancient Egypt cosplay? Apparently it's a thing.
The master of magnetism has arrived.
The Ghostbusters and a single Gotham City resident.
The Predator! And, for the kids, Baby Predator!
A Trooper breaks character to give us a thumbs-up. Not worth it, in my opinion.
The X-men and Avengers take a much needed breather.
Dot Matrix and Princess Vespa confuse the youngins in attendance.
Pyramid Head is ready for his close-up.
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