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Among the many hidden benefits of cosplay is that it makes it possible for actors and other well known faces in the geek world to walk around cons in acceptable dress while also hiding their identities. And while I wouldn’t advise assuming that any old guy in a weird mask getting friendly while camera men are around is a secret celebrity, I really hope somebody shows this video to that guy in the TARDIS hat.

(via Tor.com.)

Previously in San Diego Comic-Con

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