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Cosplay Style, Part II: Planet Comicon Comes to Town

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It’s Saturday and Day 2 of Planet Comicon. So now it doesn’t matter if you have a day job or not — all gloves are off and the spandex is on when it comes to cosplay style. Flatland was on hand to capture another round of KC’s finest players.

Planet Comicon continues at Bartle Hall through tomorrow. We were on hand Friday, too, for Part I of Cosplay style.

In Character

Jeff Sprinkle | Han Solo

“He’s a badass and he’s good looking.”

Chris Martinez | Bane

“I’ve got to go with what nature gave me. I’m built for Bane.”

Amanda Fehler | Lady Loki

“I really like the character. I’ve played Kylo Ren, Catwoman and Demona from ‘Gargoyles’.”

Josh Bass | Tusken Raider

“My cousin had this costume in his basement. It was the best one he had, so I took it.”

Keith Bright | Wizard

“I had the mask and made the rest.”

Nick Young | Captain America

“I chose Captain America for a girl. Actually, people said I could pull it off … and for a girl.”

Greg Wright | Zoom

“My wife said if we come I have to dress up. I don’t really look like any hero so I wanted something with a mask.”

Sean Baker | Left Shark

“I think we do our own thing. We both swim against the current.”

Russell Pagan | Thor

“We both have extremely good looks and great hair.”

Alexis Cournoyer | Weeping Angel

“The character is cool because they’re aliens that time travel.”

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