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Comic-Con Costume of the Day: Day 07
Comic-Con Costume of the Day: Day 07

I said earlier, I love it when there’s a new twist on an old favorite. One of the more common things you see at Comic-Con as far as costumes go, are ladies taking the roll of male characters. And I dig it. I saw this young lady, Sarah, as we were going into the main hall. I’m an old school Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fan, and with the movie coming out soon, you knew there would be a fairly big Turtle presence at Comic-Con. Sarah’s costume blew me away. You can’t tell, but those daggers on her wrist retract and extend. Very cool. Make sure you check out our conversation about her costume.

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