New York Comic Con 2021: Photos of the best NYCC cosplay – Insider

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Krupnik became a NYCC legend in 2019 when he dressed up as the Javits Center
He told Insider this year’s custom costume cost $100 to make. You can follow Krupnik on Instagram @rethinkcosplay.
Just about every Spidey group we saw across the Con posed in some variation of this stance.
This meme will probably be widely shared after the release of “Spider-Man: No Way Home” in December, since the movie is rumored to bring together several versions of Spider-Man as part of the multiverse
You can spot Spider-Gwen and two versions of Peter B. Parker among the Spidey crew.
We love this, 3,000.
This cosplayer dressed as an elaborate Scorpion.
Michael Keaton brought the character to life in “Homecoming.”
Thoughtful interpretations of the character were everywhere this weekend after the box-office success of “Venom: Let There Be Carnage.” 
Fans got really creative with the Carnage creations.
They carried an electric guitar prop and two beheaded Spider-Man characters.
Cosplayer @popandsoncosplay told Insider that the custom-made outfit took six months to create and cost $250. 
Cosplayer Levi James (@misterabsfitness) rocked the outfit at NYCC and told Insider it was inspired by the art of Beta Ray Bill creator Walt Simonson. 
It was made by Masked Dad Workshop and cost $400. 
You can follow cosplayer Scotty B @scottyb_cosplay.
Hugh Jackman portrayed the iconic Marvel character on the big screen in several “X-Men” films as well as a standalone “Wolverine” trilogy. 
Different versions of the God of Mischief seen on the Marvel show included Classic Loki, Kid Loki, Boastful Loki, and everyone’s favorite, Alligator Loki. 
Fans finally got to see Scarlet Witch actress Elizabeth Olsen dressed in the classic superhero costume from the comics during the Halloween episode of “WandaVision.”
It cost $200 to put this look together.
This Hellbat version of Gothan’s protector was a $230 purchase. 
You may recognize this cosplayer for appearing at NYCC as the Night King from “Game of Thrones” in the past.
This look cost Krupnik an estimated $500 and took one month to create.
An attendee dubbed their custom-made costume “Wacky Batman.” It cost $125 and was made in five hours.  
Steampunk Batman could be seen on Saturday at the Con.
This family dressed up as a few versions of DC villains, including Nightwing Joker, Deathstroke, and Gaslight Joker.
You can follow cosplayer Sammitery here.
Two-Face could be seen outside of the Javits Center on Saturday.
Christina also cosplays as Poison Ivy, Jessica Jones, and more. You can follow her looks at @the_kryptonian_canary.
You can follow Harley Nox’s Disney princess, Harley, and more cosplay here.
This Spongebob on the rock look took three days to make and an estimated $75. 
You can follow Elyse’s cosplay at @ez_makin.
A cosplayer dressed as Shrek with a lightsaber at New York Comic Con 2021.
A new installment in the “Ghostbusters” franchise is set for release on November 19. Fans were surprised with an early screening of “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” at NYCC and loved it. 
They were seen at NYCC on Thursday. 
These fans dressed as mashups of Ash Ketchum from Pokémon/Wednesday Addams from “The Addams Family” and Ash Ketchum/Ash Williams from “Evil Dead.”
The Ash Ketchum/Ash Williams costume included a Pokémon-themed chainsaw and a little Pikachu on the shoulder. You can follow the cosplayers @pyrodecor and @staticseductioncosplay.
The Netflix show following participants in violent kid games quickly became a global phenomenon.
This family of three dressed as Mario, Princess Peach, and Luigi while in attendance on Saturday.
The three costumes cost almost $500 in total. It was recently announced that an animated Super Mario film is in the works starring Chris Pratt as Mario, Anya Taylor-Joy as Peach, and Charlie Day as Luigi.
Jessica completed the look with Peach’s iconic umbrella.
Bowsette is a gender-swapped fan version of Bowser who resembles Princess Peach. The cosplayer told Insider this look took $100 to put together.
The costume cost $150 and was made in two to three weeks. 
Cosplayer @canshecraftit_cosplay said that it cost $200 and was custom-made over approximately a month and a half. 
“Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” came out in 2019 with Angelina Jolie reprising her role as the Disney villain.
Able Tong made the hat through the summer, using brass fasteners to make it spin.
You can follow Tong’s artwork on Instagram @nonsensology.
“The Nightmare Before Christmas” villain Oogie Boogie was seen wandering around the convention center on Friday.
You can follow Britton’s cosplay looks on Instagram @aquapodcosplay.
This Freddy Krueger look cost an estimated $450 to put together.
At first glance, it looks like Pennywise has gotten his hands on Georgie, but it’s actually a Chucky doll which Cathy Sanchez carried around the Con.
The cosplayer said the dress cost $150, the frightening teeth cost $60, the fake hand cost $50, and the makeup added up to $50.
Big Daddy is a character from from the “BioShock” video game series.
This Saitama look cost NYC actor and bartender Russ West $70 to put together. West also pulled off a very impressive Spider-Man Noir cosplay.
The look competed in Saturday evening’s Crown Championship of Cosplay.
You can follow their cosplay work at @theinsanityproject.
This look cost Angela an estimated $150.
The dedication was impressive. The dog even had Luffy’s hat. 
This look took Will $100 and one month to prepare.
It took about $200 for Thomas to create. You can follow their looks here.
Negan started out as a main villain on “TWD.” The character has undergone a transformation on the series in recent years. Most recently, he killed the leader of the Whisperers, Alpha, and brought her head to Carol.
If you’re walking around NYCC, when “TWD” usually returns to TV, you’re more than likely to see a Rick Grimes.
Nate, who regularly cosplays as the show’s former protagonist, thrifted much of his look, including the famous Rick Grimes murder jacket, for an estimated $500.
This custom arm piece took about one week to make.
We’ll continue to add to this story throughout the weekend. 


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