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Christmas Gift Guide

Steampunk

Final Fantasy VII

Cloud Strife

Mulan!

Mera

Widowmaker

Fur real

Howdy, pardner!

Who's scruffy-looking?

Wicked cool!

Loretta Vampz

Phasma and Rey

Beatrix Kiddo

Gimme those Star Wars!

Aquaman

Star Wars a la 'steampunk'

So happy together

A rather smiley fellow

Boba Fett

Diva Plavalaguna

Hades

Thoronald

Game of Thrones

Old Man Logan

Harley and Ivy

Supergirl and Cyclops

X-Women

Sneaky, he is

Manga-inspired cosplay cousins

Kumameme

A very interesting trio

Who doesn't like steampunk?

Captains courageous

Madame Vastra and the Doctor

We're right in the middle of things at the 2016 Comic-Con International in downtown San Diego, and you can't shake a stick around here without hitting someone who is dressed in an amazing outfit. Well technically, you probably couldn't shake a stick at all considering how packed with people it is, but you get the idea.

We're starting off with this attendee rocking a sweet steampunk outfit, but be sure to look through the whole gallery to see a wide spectrum of costume types.

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The Final Fantasy video game series is legendary in the gamer community, and this fellow is decked out in his best Cloud Strife costume, complete with Cloud's trademark Buster Sword.

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That hair is on point.

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Disney's mighty Mulan, complete with sunbrella. Fancy and functional (it's sunny out here in San Diego).

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Ahoy, here's someone dressed up as the DC Bombshells version of Mera, queen of Atlantis and wife of Aquaman.

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It took 80 hours to whip up this costume of Widowmaker from the video game Overwatch.

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This cosplayer, who goes by @Zhivagooo on Twitter, braved the heat to show off this costume. That's dedication right there.

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We don't know if this gunslinger was here to maintain law and order, but he looks pretty sharp either way.

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This bearded Leia looks so happy it's contagious.

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The Wicked Witch of the West from "The Wizard of Oz" not only looked great but was also singing to the crowds.

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Pro cosplayer Loretta Vampz does her part to keep the zombie population in check here at Comic-Con.

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Captain Phasma and Rey seem to be getting along pretty well at Comic-Con.

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Looks like the bride found Bill. Or someone who got in her way at the very least.

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Han Solo strikes a pose with a member of Red Squadron.

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Tridents are recommended by four out of five Aquamans.

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Steampunk and Star Wars: the two great tastes that go better together!

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This couple worked all year to collect the pieces to make their snappy steampunk ensembles.

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This gunfighter brings a taste of the Day of the Dead to Comic-Con.

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This snazzy Boba Fett hadn't melted from the heat despite the armor and helmet. Because Boba Fett is a badass.

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The Diva, from "Fifth Element," makes an apperance at Comic-Con.

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Hades took a break from the underworld to visit sunny San Diego.

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Maybe Big Macs can give you muscles after all.

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From left to right, Jon Snow, Sansa Stark and Petyr Baelish.

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Sure, he may be old, but Logan's still looking pretty sharp.

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Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy take a break from mayhem and mischief for a quick pic.

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There's not shortage of superheros at Comic-Con.

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Storm, Emma Frost and Phoenix look like they're warming up.

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Looks like Yoda's hitching a ride with these two.

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These costumes were inspired by Manga, a style of Japanese comic books and graphic novels.

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This meme featuring Kumamon, the mascot of Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan, comes to life here at Comic-Con.

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On the left and in the center, we have "Mad Max"-inspired original costumes. On the right, we have My Little Pony's Rainbow Dash if she were a Ghostbuster. That definitely counts as original.

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This convention-goer has been a steampunk fan for seven years.

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Captain Marvel and Captain America have the situation under control.

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Doctor Who fans take their costumes seriously.

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