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Wonderful costumes! Cartoon fans dress up for Comic-Con International

& # 39; The world's largest celebration of pop culture fandom saw thousands of fans of cartoon fans with misty eyes and sci-fi nerds put on their best cosplay outfits and descend to San Diego.

The spectacular range of costumes marked the 50th edition of Comic-Con International. The popular event started on Thursday and will be completed on Monday.

About 135,000 cosplayers, bloggers, film directors and modest fans appeared to catch a glimpse of their heroes in the city to promote the following mega-hit films, TV shows and comic books.

Fans did everything to dress as their favorite characters from comic books, so do you recognize who they are dressed in?

Pictured: A cosplayer dressed as Poison Ivy of DC Comics attends the 2019 Comic-Con International on July 18

Pictured: A cosplayer dressed as Poison Ivy of DC Comics attends the 2019 Comic-Con International on July 18

Pictured: Cosplayer dresseses like Captain Marvel from the American superhero movie from 2019 based on the Marvel Comics character Carol Danvers

Pictured: Cosplayer dresseses like Captain Marvel from the American superhero movie from 2019 based on the Marvel Comics character Carol Danvers

Pictured: Cosplayer dresseses like Captain Marvel from the American superhero movie from 2019 based on the Marvel Comics character Carol Danvers

Pictured: Cosplayer dresses up as Spiderman

Pictured: Cosplayer dresses up as Spiderman

Pictured: Cosplayer dresses up as Spiderman

Pictured: Cosplayer dresses up as Valak & # 39; The Conjuring & # 39;

Pictured: Cosplayer dresses up as Valak & # 39; The Conjuring & # 39;

Pictured: Cosplayer dresses up as Valak & # 39; The Conjuring & # 39;

This anniversary edition promises to be more nostalgic than most. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton made a joint appearance on Thursday, and will soon also reunite on screen for the first time since 1991 & # 39; Terminator 2 & # 39; for the assassin cyborg sequel & # 39; Dark Fate & # 39; from Paramount.

Also hard-working sentimental buttons will be Patrick Stewart, who is present at a panel for the launch of the new Star Trek series from CBS in which he will take over the fan-favorite role of captain Jean-Luc Picard after almost two decades.

And poor reviews are damned: the cast of & # 39; Game of Thrones & # 39; – or at least a few – will be reassembled to dissect HBO & # 39; s fantasy epic for an audience in Hall H on Friday.

Pictured: A cosplayer dresses like the clown from Stephen King & # 39; s horror mermaid It

Pictured: A cosplayer dresses like the clown from Stephen King & # 39; s horror mermaid It

Pictured: A cosplayer dresses like the clown from Stephen King & # 39; s horror mermaid It

On the photo: Cosplayer gets dressed while Magical Girl shows Jester from the live Dungeon & Dragons Critical role

On the photo: Cosplayer gets dressed while Magical Girl shows Jester from the live Dungeon & Dragons Critical role

On the photo: Cosplayer gets dressed while Magical Girl shows Jester from the live Dungeon & Dragons Critical role

On the photo: Cosplayer dresses like Little Red Riding Hood

On the photo: Cosplayer dresses like Little Red Riding Hood

On the photo: Cosplayer dresses like Little Red Riding Hood

With the controversial presence of author George R.R. Martin devotees who have kept the faith will look for details of the many prequel series that are believed to be evolving.

Playing things out on Wednesday night was New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. & # 39; now-traditional & # 39; Scare Diego & # 39 ;, which offered fans insights into the evil clown butcher & # 39; It: Chapter Two & # 39 ;, based on the 1986 Kingston novel for the second year in a row.

Netflix may be newer in the game, but it is also busy extracting the archives in search of the next big hit.

Pictured: cosplayer Matthew Morningstar poses while dressed as the & # 39; Joker & # 39; super villain from Batman on the first day of the event

Pictured: cosplayer Matthew Morningstar poses while dressed as the & # 39; Joker & # 39; super villain from Batman on the first day of the event

Pictured: cosplayer Matthew Morningstar poses while dressed as the & # 39; Joker & # 39; super villain from Batman on the first day of the event

Pictured: cosplayer Matthew Morningstar poses while dressed as the & # 39; Joker & # 39; super villain from Batman on the first day of the event

Pictured: cosplayer Matthew Morningstar poses while dressed as the & # 39; Joker & # 39; super villain from Batman on the first day of the event

Pictured: Cosplayers portray Robin Scoops Ahoy from & # 39; Stranger Things & # 39; (left) and a girl scout (right)

Pictured: Cosplayers portray Robin Scoops Ahoy from & # 39; Stranger Things & # 39; (left) and a girl scout (right)

Pictured: Cosplayers portray Robin Scoops Ahoy from & # 39; Stranger Things & # 39; (left) and a girl scout (right)

Pictured: Cosplayer Devan Blake undresses as Valak & # 39; The Conjuring & # 39;

Pictured: Cosplayer Devan Blake undresses as Valak & # 39; The Conjuring & # 39;

Pictured: Cosplayer Devan Blake undresses as Valak & # 39; The Conjuring & # 39;

A prequel series to the classic 1982 fantasy film & # 39; The Dark Crystal & # 39; generates a buzz, with its combination of old-fashioned puppet theater and advanced visual effects that want to enchant both old and young people.

In his search for the next & # 39; Game of Thrones & # 39; the web-streaming giant will put the lid on & # 39; The Witcher & # 39; , starring actor Henry Cavill as the monster hunter from a series of 90s cultural novels that produced a lucrative video game franchise.

An exact release date for the upcoming series has not yet been announced, but we will learn more about the show during a dedicated panel. It is set at the most notorious location of the congress, Hall H, on Friday.

Another series of magical books that receive the premium TV treatment is the acclaimed & # 39; His Dark Materials & # 39; trilogy by Philip Pullman, read by HBO on Thursday.

Pictured: Cosplayer Arielle Barels dresses as Robin of & # 39; Batman: The Dark Night Returns & # 39;

Pictured: Cosplayer Arielle Barels dresses as Robin of & # 39; Batman: The Dark Night Returns & # 39;

Pictured: Cosplayer Arielle Barels dresses as Robin of & # 39; Batman: The Dark Night Returns & # 39;

Pictured: Cosplayer dresses up as Princess Peach from Nintendo & # 39; s & # 39; Mario & # 39; franchise. Peach is the princess of the fictional Mushroom kingdom

Pictured: Cosplayer dresses up as Princess Peach from Nintendo & # 39; s & # 39; Mario & # 39; franchise. Peach is the princess of the fictional Mushroom kingdom

Pictured: Cosplayer dresses up as Princess Peach from Nintendo & # 39; s & # 39; Mario & # 39; franchise. Peach is the princess of the fictional Mushroom kingdom

On the photo: Cosplayers dress up as four Marge Simpsons

On the photo: Cosplayers dress up as four Marge Simpsons

On the photo: Cosplayers dress up as four Marge Simpsons

HBO started its program schedule on Thursday with the debut of the first trailer for its highly anticipated series His Dark Materials.

The show is a co-production between HBO and BBC, with the networks ordering two seasons of eight episodes, the first of which was scheduled to debut this fall.

The trailer debuted during the Hall H panel of the San Diego Comic-Con show, with the stars James McAvoy, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ruth Wilson and Dafne Keen.

Pictured: Cosplayers Jennifer Carter and Be & la Dornon dress as Phoenix (left) and Thanos (right)

Pictured: Cosplayers Jennifer Carter and Be & la Dornon dress as Phoenix (left) and Thanos (right)

Pictured: Cosplayers Jennifer Carter and Be & la Dornon dress as Phoenix (left) and Thanos (right)

Pictured: Cosplayer Maddie Stalling dressed as Magical Girl Jester from the live Dungeon & Dragons show Critical role

Pictured: Cosplayer Maddie Stalling dressed as Magical Girl Jester from the live Dungeon & Dragons show Critical role

Pictured: Cosplayer Maddie Stalling dressed as Magical Girl Jester from the live Dungeon & Dragons show Critical role

Pictured: a cosplayer portrays the Riddler, a super villain who appears in comics published by DC Comics

Pictured: a cosplayer portrays the Riddler, a super villain who appears in comics published by DC Comics

Pictured: a cosplayer portrays the Riddler, a super villain who appears in comics published by DC Comics

Marvel Studios returns after skipping an edition and is expected to announce which characters from his comic catalog will be mined for his hyper-successful & # 39; cinematic universe. & # 39;

After the recent & # 39; Avengers: Endgame & # 39; and & # 39; Spider-Man: Far From Home & # 39; is it now time for & # 39; Phase Four & # 39; of the mass of interconnected superhero films.

Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios, is in town and it is hoped that he and billed & surprising panel members & # 39; identities from the eight untitled Marvel films about the release bar of parent company Disney.

Pictured: Cosplayer Kezia Chuaqul from Austin, Texas is dressed as & # 39; Magik & # 39; from X-Men

Pictured: Cosplayer Kezia Chuaqul from Austin, Texas is dressed as & # 39; Magik & # 39; from X-Men

Pictured: Cosplayer Kezia Chuaqul from Austin, Texas is dressed as & # 39; Magik & # 39; from X-Men

Pictured: cosplayers pose at Comic-Con International

Pictured: cosplayers pose at Comic-Con International

Pictured: cosplayers pose at Comic-Con International

Pictured: Cosplayers dress like Peter Pan's Hook and Tinkerbell

Pictured: Cosplayers dress like Peter Pan's Hook and Tinkerbell

Pictured: Cosplayers dress like Peter Pan's Hook and Tinkerbell

A standalone film for the Black Widow by Scarlett Johansson and a fourth & # 39; Thor & # 39; film are among those who are generally believed to be in the making.

& # 39; Avengers: endgame & # 39; directors, the Russo brothers will also come over to discuss making a movie that is getting closer to overthrowing Avatar & # 39; s global all-time box office record .

The absence of DC Universe films from Warner Bros. However, superhero fans have welcomed them coolly, while film studio giants Sony and Universal are completely skipping this year.

And sure to stir controversy in some of the darker depths of the internet is an early glimpse of The CW & # 39; s new & # 39; Batwoman & # 39; series, with Ruby Rose as an openly lesbian, feminist superhero.

A group of celebrities appeared for the event, including Ugly Betty star America Ferrera who led the stars for the Superstore panel on Thursday.

Ruth Wilson, who shines in an upcoming TV mini-series adaptation of classic Philip Pullman imaginative His Dark Materials, herself made a magic in a red leather midi dress when she appeared on a panel to watch the film in San Diego Comic-Con discuss .

Also present was ABC crime drama Stumptown star Cobie Smulders.

Smulders set a storm on Thursday in San Diego Comic-Con to support the upcoming program that will be released in September.

Pictured: cosplayers Jude Albright (front) and Alexander Albright portray Dream and Death from the comic book series of the same name & # 39; The Sandman & # 39;

Pictured: cosplayers Jude Albright (front) and Alexander Albright portray Dream and Death from the comic book series of the same name & # 39; The Sandman & # 39;

Pictured: cosplayers Jude Albright (front) and Alexander Albright portray Dream and Death from the comic book series of the same name & # 39; The Sandman & # 39;

Pictured: a cosplayer dresses like The Joker

Pictured: a cosplayer dresses like The Joker

Pictured: a cosplayer dresses like The Joker

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