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Adorable Children Cosplay At Comic-Con 2012

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  1. Queen Amidala Queen Amidala

    Whether it was the kid's idea or their parents, we're thankful for kids cosplaying at this year's Comic-Con International in San Diego. Why? Because: 1.) it gives us hope for future, epic, cosplays. 2.) They're frakking adorable! We think we've rounded up a pretty nice collection for you too "oooh" and "awww" at. Take a look! (And if you missed our gallery of impressive adults, check that out too!)

    (via Lbc42)

  2. Hawkeye & The Flash Hawkeye & The Flash

    See? Marvel and DC can totally work together!

    (via ComicVine)

  3. Maggie Simpson Maggie Simpson

    The family that cosplays together, stays together.

    (via Nathan Hamill)

  4. Dalek Dalek

    I just...I have no words.

    (via Nicholas Brandt)

  5. Weeping Angel Weeping Angel

    Doctor Who star Matt Smith asked a little girl at Comic-Con if she was scared of the Weeping Angels. When she replied with a yes, he told her not to worry, he was going to fight them all off. Looks like you're going to have to start with this one, Matt.

    (via W100002)

  6. Finn & Jake from Adventure Time Finn & Jake from Adventure Time

    Not sure they know how to tell time yet.

    (via Kitkatinahat)

  7. Edward Scissorhands Edward Scissorhands

    Did they shrink Johnny Depp? No, seriously.

    (via ComicsAlliance)

  8. Sakura & Chung Li from Street Fighter Sakura & Chung Li from Street Fighter

    FIGHT!

    (via Meet Me Backstage)

  9. Nyan Cat Nyan Cat

    Little girl, you have an awesome caregiver.

    (via JohnnyCashsAshes)

  10. Iron Man Iron Man

    As you can see, there were tons of Iron Man/Tony Star cosplayers at Comic-Con. Robert Downey Jr. wound up surprising them on stage at the Marvel costume contest (and naming himself winner). Check out the video of it if you haven't already. He's the best.

    (via Comics Beat)

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