San Diego Comic-Con 2019 is in full swing, and we're on the hunt for the best cosplay.
I dared to get up close and personal -- despite being a muggle -- with the one who must not be named to show you the details of his face.
Originally published July 18 and will be updated frequently.
You see a lot of Harry Potter cosplay at San Diego Comic-Con but this duo of Bellatrix and Voldemort was very impressive to see in action. Great job, @bellavoldy!
The steampunk meet-up showed off real cosplay talent.
Take a closer look at that helmet.
Cosplayer Bruce Stedwell (King Leoric) is the talent behind both of these costumes. It took him almost four months to finish them both. To his right is his son, Corey Stedwell.
Cosplayer Damian Lance spend 90 hours making this impressive Sarevok. His favorite part was making those horns.
This costume took three months to prepare, and the cosplayer says the most fun part was to making the feathers.
Cosplayer @magpie6493 decided to mash up her love for samurais and the Fullmetal alchemist series. It took her over 200 hours to make the getup.
This cosplayer has been a huge Deadpool fan since collecting the very first comic that published in 1992.
The perfect Deadpool pose.
@clobbersmash loves the original It movie. Thus, this costume.
@Mjdoescosplay spend three months finishing her cosplay. She added personalized touches to her dress, and she had to make the staff three times.
Ramon M. started working on his cosplay right after SDCC 2018 ended. He had a blast making the massive hammer, which has a tungsten rod in the middle covered with high-density foam.
Just some of the cool details on his costume are the lines on his forearm. Each line represents one thousand kills.
Now that is some great cosplay hair!
It took her one week to finish the costume. She used bottles to make the back part.
Somebody's got Peter Parker's moves down to a science.
Check out the best Marvel cosplay we spotted.
Two of Batman's greatest foes team up for a photo at this year's Comic-Con.
Her favorite part of the costume is the boots.
Cosplayers Paul and Joyce are part of the charity group Rebel Legion, and they absolutely love the smiles on the faces of the kids who see them.
These two powerful cosplayers pose for a photo outside of SDCC 2019.
These cosplayers brought us into The Witcher's universe by transforming into Gerald of Rivia and Ciri of Cintra from The Witcher 3.
Black Widow lives!
One cosplayer shows off her costume's accessory.
The most challenging part was hand-painting the flowers. It took her a whole month to finish them.
Cosplayer Ilona S. identified with the character from Naruto because she can relate to his past and the ways he struggles with his feelings.
This is one of our favorite skins for the Reaper in Overwatch!
For cosplayer @kevin_christipher_castillo it was a family effort to create his costume. It took them 3 months to finish it up.
Love the guitar detail and you should know that his mom helped with the sketch.
Spider-Man is a popular choice this year.
This Sorcerer Supreme cosplayer poses for a photo with what we can only assume is his mystical powers.
Here are some Magic the Gathering cosplayers at SDCC 2019.
Cosplayer @fun4spidey made an appearance during Comic-Con, and I have to say that he has one of the best Spider-Man costumes we've seen.
Cosplayer @emarsh0000 decided to match with a friend for SDCC 2019. She opted for Sailor Neptune because she loves the green hair and how accomplished the character is.
This Star Trek cosplayer is ready for teleportation.
These cosplayers have departed Gilead for San Diego.
Move over, Uma Thurman. There's a new Poison Ivy.
Of course, there's a good number of Fortnite cosplayers at this year's Comic-Con.
There are a ton of web-heads at SDCC 2019, including this gender-bending Spider-Man.
It wouldn't be Comic-Con without some Star Trek cosplayers.
The Spider-verse is, apparently, quite full.
Is that you?
We love ourselves some Disney cosplay.
Glad to see you made it through Endgame OK!
Who knew there was such a thing as a Super-Scooter?
We suddenly hear a rhapsody. Cosplay by Jason Scott.
How do, Harley Quinn?