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Posts tagged with “Cosplay”

HONG KONG: July 31, 2012 — Lee (left), 6, and Ng (right), 7, pose for pictures in cosplay costumes during the 14th Ani-Com and Games exhibition in Hong Kong Tuesday, July 31, 2012. One of Asia’s biggest animation and comic fairs opened on July 27 in Hong Kong, attracting thousands of fans and bringing some fun back into super heroes after the Batman movie shootings in Colorado. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: July 31, 2012 — A cosplay fan applies make up during the 14th Ani-Com and Games exhibition in Hong Kong Tuesday, July 31, 2012. One of Asia’s biggest animation and comic fairs opened on July 27 in Hong Kong, attracting thousands of fans and bringing some fun back into super heroes after the Batman movie shootings in Colorado. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: July 31, 2012 — Discounted comic games products are on sale during the 14th Ani-Com and Games exhibition in Hong Kong Tuesday, July 31, 2012. One of Asia’s biggest animation and comic fairs opened on July 27 in Hong Kong, attracting thousands of fans and bringing some fun back into super heroes after the Batman movie shootings in Colorado. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: July 31, 2012 — A man falls asleep during the 14th Ani-Com and Games exhibition in Hong Kong Tuesday, July 31, 2012. One of Asia’s biggest animation and comic fairs opened on July 27 in Hong Kong, attracting thousands of fans and bringing some fun back into super heroes after the Batman movie shootings in Colorado. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: July 31, 2012 — Cosplay fans pose for pictures during the 14th Ani-Com and Games exhibition in Hong Kong Tuesday, July 31, 2012. One of Asia’s biggest animation and comic fairs opened on July 27 in Hong Kong, attracting thousands of fans and bringing some fun back into super heroes after the Batman movie shootings in Colorado. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)
HONG KONG: July 31, 2012 — Cosplay fans pose for pictures during the 14th Ani-Com and Games exhibition in Hong Kong Tuesday, July 31, 2012. One of Asia’s biggest animation and comic fairs opened on July 27 in Hong Kong, attracting thousands of fans and bringing some fun back into super heroes after the Batman movie shootings in Colorado. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: July 31, 2012 — Cosplay fans pose for pictures during the 14th Ani-Com and Games exhibition in Hong Kong Tuesday, July 31, 2012. One of Asia’s biggest animation and comic fairs opened on July 27 in Hong Kong, attracting thousands of fans and bringing some fun back into super heroes after the Batman movie shootings in Colorado. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: July 27, 2012 — 118,000 people visited the first day of Animation, Comic and Games Expo on July 27, 2012 in HONG KONG. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: July 27, 2012 — People in cosplay costumes attract many people to photograph at the Animation, Comic and Games Expo on July 27, 2012 in HONG KONG. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: July 27, 2012 — Participants from Japan of the China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan Cosplay Competition at the Animation, Comic and Games Expo on July 27, 2012 in HONG KONG. (Photo by JUSTIN CHN)

HONG KONG: July 27, 2012 — Chong (left), 18 and her friends visit the Animation, Comic and Games Expo on July 27, 2012 in HONG KONG for the 2nd time and dress in cosplay costumes. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: July 27, 2012 — Anthony J. Fisher, Department Chair of Sequential Art at SCAD, and his daughter Katie, 14, visit the Animation, Comic and Games Expo on July 27, 2012 in HONG KONG. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: July 27, 2012 — Keith Hong, 23, designed and sells an electronic figure of Hong Kong Chief Executive C.Y. Leung and ex-Chief Secretary Henry Tang at Animation, Comic and Games Expo on July 27, 2012 in HONG KONG. The electronic figures speak different famous statements of their character whenever their legs are squeezed. This figure sells for HK$299 (CAD$39) each or HK$500 (CAD$65) per set. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)
HONG KONG: July 27, 2012 — Keith Hong, 23, designed and sells an electronic figure of Hong Kong Chief Executive C.Y. Leung and ex-Chief Secretary Henry Tang at Animation, Comic and Games Expo on July 27, 2012 in HONG KONG. The electronic figures speak different famous statements of their character whenever their legs are squeezed. This figure sells for HK$299 (CAD$39) each or HK$500 (CAD$65) per set. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)
HONG KONG: July 27, 2012 — Keith Hong, 23, designed and sells an electronic figure of Hong Kong Chief Executive C.Y. Leung and ex-Chief Secretary Henry Tang at Animation, Comic and Games Expo on July 27, 2012 in HONG KONG. The electronic figures speak different famous statements of their character whenever their legs are squeezed. This figure sells for HK$299 (CAD$39) each or HK$500 (CAD$65) per set. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: July 27, 2012 — Keith Hong, 23, designed and sells an electronic figure of Hong Kong Chief Executive C.Y. Leung and ex-Chief Secretary Henry Tang at Animation, Comic and Games Expo on July 27, 2012 in HONG KONG. The electronic figures speak different famous statements of their character whenever their legs are squeezed. This figure sells for HK$299 (CAD$39) each or HK$500 (CAD$65) per set. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: July 27, 2012 — People play World of Warcraft game cards at the Animation, Comic and Games Expo on July 27, 2012 in HONG KONG. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)