Marvel comic book character Galactus consumes planets to survive, so clearly this Denver Comic Con cosplayer has to wear a gigantic costume remind us how puny mere mortals look by comparison.
Even dogs show their geek pride. These pups are dressed up as superhero characters from Pixar's The Incredibles.
This little gnome looks like he's ready to attack.
Cosplayers dressed as Labyrinth characters Jareth and Sarah in their masquerade ball formal wear add a touch of romance to Denver Comic Con.
Little Shop of Horrors
Feed me, Seymour! This handmade prop of the killer plant Audrey II from horror-comedy movie Little Shop of Horrors looks like it could use a snack.
Mahna Mahna Muppets
Here's some creative cosplay of Sesame Street characters Bip Bippadotta and two Anything Muppet girls best known for singing the nonsense song "Mahna Mahna."
Guardians of the Galaxy
When the Guardians of the Galaxy aren't saving the universe or fighting Thanos, they're taking a relaxing stroll around Denver Comic Con. Here's Groot, Gamora, Yondu and Mantis.
Lovingly nicknamed "Murder Bears" by Star Wars fans, these Ewoks don't look like they're planning to attack the Empire quite yet.
Denver Comic Con is a great place to spot families cosplaying together. Here's an impressive clan of cosplayers dressed as their favorite Trollhunters characters.
This adorable Schnauzer dog looks ready to make some magic.
When spotting a cosplayer portraying Sandman comic book character Death, it's always a good idea to ask nicely for a photo, just in case it really is Death.
Stranger Things Chief Hopper
Looks like Stranger Things character Chief Hopper is taking a break from the Upside Down to wander the halls at Denver Comic Con.
The comedy cop TV show Castle is no longer airing, but that doesn't stop this cosplayer from portraying Nathan Fillion's sleuthing mystery novelist character Richard Castle. He's wearing the bullet-proof lifejacket that Castle wore in dangerous situations with Writer instead of NYPD written on the front.
Dinosaur cosplay could be found all around Denver Comic Con, most likely because of the excitement surrounding the movie Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. The giant blue bear looking in from the outside is actually a 40-foot blue bear statue created by artist Lawrence Argent that permanently stands outside Colorado Convention Center year round.