@sprior93: Who wouldn't be? He's getting payed to be the fantasy of most boys/men.
A badass with lots of guns.
Jesus why so cynical? The dude is happy and excited about a role that he got. Being a part of Marvel not only means you get to be a cool super hero, but it means job security for years, which is an incredible thing for actors. Don't be wet blankets.
Thanks for featuring me as Rambo. I'm normally Wolverine at your convention (due to not being able to shave with the proximity of another con after LBCC), but I was able to this year! I was also The Terminator the day before, which was a cosplay debut for me that I always wanted to do. www.facebook.com/Lonstermash if you want to post the image on my cosplay page.
I thought that was you! I keep seeing you everywhere! I saw you at Dallas Comic Con in May and at San Diego. Your Wolverines (the bone, Jedi, damaged, etc.) variations are fantastic. Keep up the good work.
That Spider trio is utterly fantastic, but I must say the Jim Gordon with a cup of coffee is a really nice, albeit less flashy touch. Tons of great cosplay here, I know you were kinda going to this one as a fan Tony so thanks for snapping all of the pics.
Also on the annoying Deadpool cosplayers, there's more to complaints about them than sour grapes. As someone who has to run a booth for the Rebel Legion (Star Wars costuming group, sister organization to the 501st) at conventions, I know what it's like to have Deadpool cosplayers tornado through a con. It's not just the quality of costumes; they often act rude or disruptive thinking that it's funny. We've had numerous Deadpool cosplayers mess with our people in Stormtrooper and Darth Vader armor, and those costumes are not cheap. I do, however, make an effort to compliment DP cosplayers who do a good job and are polite. It's fine to have fun and maybe even get a little silly at a con, but harming the experience of others is not.
@ptsteelers: I agree take 15 min off newsish section in the begining and add it back to the comics your not alone there.
Have to agree with these guys. The news section lately has kind of felt like a grocery list reading. I'd prefer you guys just talk about the stories of the week that excite you, then move on. Comic talk has seemed to be light in comparison to the massive news section.