Pics: Fans and their amazing creations at Comic Con


Comic Con Africa is the place to be if you are into cosplay and dressing up.

This live-action art form is one of the best ways a fan can express their admiration and passion for the characters they love so dearly.

With almost 40 000 people on the first two days of the second edition of Comic Con Africa, many fans dressed up.

From masks to full ensemble outfits to family dress-ups and even mechnical wings that open up, fans are coming in droves to show off their amazing creations.

The Comic Con Africa Championships of Cosplay also gives avid artists the chance to compete for the best in the land, with the winner heading to Chicago to represent Africa at the world championships.

Last year the Africa winner was placed second in the world, proving that we do have amazing talent.

Here are some of the cosplays on day one of Comic Con Africa, all shot by Rosetta Msimango.

The Goddess of Thunder brought the lightning with her.
When DC and Marvel crossover, you can rest assured the world is safe from destruction.
If I smile, does it make me look less scary?
The team-up we’ve all been waiting for. Make this happen Deadpool and Malificent.
The Flintstones really know how to make an impact in the 21st century.
Malificent is magnificent.
Hi there, do you have a moment to talk about brains?
A White Walker with Longclaw. Jon Snow would not be impressed.

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