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Hottest Cosplay at Comicpalooza 2012

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Read our full Comicpalooza adventures: Day 1 with Ron Paul, shopping on Day 2, horror on Day 3 and the entire Comicpalooza convention in slideshow form.

One of the best parts of any festival like Comicpalooza is the costumes. What we mean by that is that it's one of the best parts of the festival for casual bystanders like us. Oh, we're sure the cosplay fans have fun getting dressed each morning, but as festival n00bs, we're lucky to get treated to the creativity and hints of flesh provided by costume enthusiasts. Below, we've gathered some of the hottest cosplay of this year's convention, from Slave Leia to Poison Ivy.

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