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Comic-Con Babe of the Day: Day 06
Comic-Con Babe of the Day: Day 06

Since it’s Sunday, I thouht I’d give you not one, not two, but three awsome costumes. And if you’ll notice, each one is a mach up. It’s DC heros vs Princess Leia from Star Wars. And they’re all cool. This is one of my favorite things about cosplay at Comic-Con, and any convention for that matter. I love how people can take iconic images (The Flash, Wonder Woman, Batgirl) and tweak, adjust, and mash them up with another iconic image (Princess Leia from Star Wars.) I’m a huge fan of that kind of thing, so I was very impressed with these friends putting on a unified mash up front.

In case you missed it or just didn’t know, here’s who you have (from left to right): The Flash/Slave Leia, Wonder Woman/Slave Leia, Batgir/Leia. Well done ladies.

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