London Comic Con 2013 Cosplay Gallery

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Jaimie172

The guy who did the voice for Cmdr Sheppard is the guy in the picture. I know him from University his name is Mark Meer. He was also in a show called Tiny Plastic Men.

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The Mac

i saw that but i figured it was just someone who looked like him.

If that is him, that means his armor was made by bioware, which would explain the great detail.

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Chris Leddy

It was him - he's also astoundingly lovely.

Also the Samara on the far left of #5 is Rana McAnear, the face model of Samara and Morinth. Also astoundingly lovely, flew over from the US on her own cash just to meet fans.

Raphael Sbarge was there as well (Voice of Kaidan in Mass Effect and Carth Onasi in KotOR) sadly not in gear, but was doing autographs and such.

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The Mac

Its surprising they are still so active, as the MP for ME3 has wound down. and there will be no more dlc.

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Chris Leddy

The fanbase is surprisingly loyal; picture #8 was the Mass Effect meet up on the Saturday alone, there were more on the Friday and Sunday that didn't make Saturday, as well as countless N7 hoodies. I guess 'WRPGs' (Used loosely on ME3) just have that lasting effect, plus BioWare build some great Universes to exist in, their expansion of the pre-trilogy Star Wars universe was pretty great too.

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The Mac

I am one of those fans up till a few weeks ago i played me3 MP everyday since the beta and have finished the me1/me2/me3 campains multiple times. Although i dont do cosplay or cons in general.

The BSN forums are also still very active.

Just surprising the talent is still mucking about, as usually thats just for marketing purposes.....

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Chris Leddy

I think they love it about as much as the fans do; the voice actor of Jack tried getting across too but couldn't afford it. Pretty much just the perfect cast.

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The Mac

Raphael has a paying gig in Once Upon a Time, he couldnt affort to spot Courtenay a couple C notes?

shame...

Would have been cool to see Mark and Jen together in costume as well.

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Pball1224

I REALLY wish you guys had a better image viewer that allowed scrolling to the next picture while still viewing the enlarged format. Going back and forth is really annoying.

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gmvolk

No doubt. MaxPc used to show the thumbnail pictures correctly, now they all look like pictures taken by a 4 year old with everyones heads cut-off. Very annoying to say the least.

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jimmthang

The reason for the cut-off heads is because Christopher Leddy used a tall aspect ratio when he took the pictures and our gallery system previews images in widescreen format. If you look at another gallery story here: http://www.maximumpc.com/article/features/fanimecon_2013_cosplay_gallery you'll notice that no heads are cropped off because they were shot with a widescreen aspect ratio.

 

 

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Asterixx

Boy, couldn't you scare the holy hell out of somebody with that mask in #50...

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Fentha

I love this picture, beautiful women and make men fascinated, it's like a Japanese person who is in cartoon www.harleydavidsonroad.com

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vampyre_tech

Number 50 looks like one of the Leviathans from season 7 of Supernatural.

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The Mac

im pretty sure you are correct.

The teeth however arent quite right, they were very thin and spikey on the Leviathans.

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vrmlbasic

There are some cool costumes there. I'm surprised to see so many fake guns that don't look obviously fake (no orange tips or anything) from a distance. Especially in anti-gun England.

Though these pictures look like they could have been taken at that anime con y'all posted about the other week. That saddens me greatly, and gets back to my point that there's no need to cosplay as non-anime-related characters at an anime con when there are cons, such as this one, designed for that.

This con even had better non-anime costumes than did Fanimecon...

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