Unreality Mag has a great collection of alien chest collections, including the wonderful baby one above.
Ever wish there was a hot chick inside of Jaba the Hut who would come out and do a strip tease for you? Probably not, but that doesn’t make the Star Wars burlesque night any less geektastically sexy, now does it? If you’re dying to see it, there’s an encore performance on March 13.
Not sure where this image actually came from, but dammit it’s awesome!
This was one of my favorite Comic Con 2009 moments. The gentleman on the left is the famed Elvis Trooper.
Hope you all like it.
You know I always bring you great Comic Con coverage and to that end, here is a huge gallery of costumes from this year’s convention.
The one on the left was a booth babe and the girls on the right were best friends ever taking on The Fifth Element.
Here’s Astro Boy’s stilted nemesis and two necromancers from The Venture Brothers.
There were more great steam punk outfits this year than ever before. And, there was also this one really great Rainbow Brite costume.
Boo had a great costume.
This girl was helping to promote the Girls Drawing Girls booth and her costume was just adorable.
Here were some pros. The girls had a bit of an attitude, but Catwoman and Batman were great.
I loved this girl’s outfit. As for the gentleman on the right…I don’t even know what to say.
Here were two great couple costumes. If only Luke wasn’t on the phone at the time.
These costumes were just plain cute. I love how the one on the left was actually inflated and as for Pikachu, I’m always a huge fan.
Uh oh, sexy princess time! Thank goodness Super Domo is here to protect us.
The Nixon costume was just perfect and the blurriness on the Scarecrow costume actually had me thinking I was falling under his trance for a second.
Dalek girl was very cute and clever. And you know what? I found Waldo with no trouble!
Sand people love boobs! (Then again, who doesn’t?)
If Wonder Woman wasn’t busy taking so many pictures, she may have been able to help this guy get the face sucker off, but alas, it was not meant to be.
Loved the Heroes booth girls -especially the fact that they gave away a car. As for the Sponge Bob girl, she was absolutely one of my favorites!
The Japanese super heroes were fantastic, but this bionic man was just scary.
Three, count them, three Princess Peaches! What luck!
Another great steam punk girl and on the right, Captain Morgan and Tits McGee.
Zombie attack…if only this guy got there in time.
I don’t know where this big yellow guy was from, but he was freaking adorable…so was the girl, but not in the same way at all.
Super group ahead!
Ravers were back this year, why, I don’t know. The woman on the right actually makes clothes for people and their matching Barbies! What luck!
Beatlejuice Beatlejuice Boobiejuice…wait.
Funny how the goth girls look like The Crow, without even trying.
This girl’s dress was made by grandma…how sweet.
One of these things is not like the other…
Looking for something cute to poop on? How about Hello Kitty toilet paper?
These Zip-A-Gang toys are tons of fun. They all feature cool zippers on their mouths and the giant back pack versions can be undone to unveil a stylin’ sleeping bag.
If you’re a big fan of Star Wars, you may enjoy these re-envisioned storm trooper toys.
But perhaps you’re more of a Sponge Bob fan. There were two to choose from this year, regular or Lego.
I don’t even know what this guy is from, but his huge inflatable booth presence was impossible to ignore.
Personally, I’m a big fan of Wolverine, and the life-sized wax sculpture didn’t disappoint.
All weekend long, fans flocked around this giant Transformer statue. It was pretty impressive at a massive 10+ feet.
This Lord Voldermort statue was also massively impressive.
Boba Fett also looked pretty scary. No M.C. Chris songs for this big guy.
Lastly, but not least(ly), was the famed Dalek from Dr. Who at the BBC booth.
I love this little photo set on Geeks Are Sexy. It’s adorable and really retells the story in an all new, furry way.
I love how sexy yet absolutely dorkish this Star Trek corset is.
Threadless rocks. They’re having another great sale going right now. Shirts start at $5. I like the vampire kit above, this one’s only $15. Awesome.
Our laptop has been in the shop, so we should start getting more Comic-Con updates in the next few days, but for the time being, perhaps you would like to see a round up of some of the other sites that covered the convention.
Wired has a great collection of tattoos at Comic-con.
The Official Star Wars blog owes it to its readers to have the best Star Wars costumes at the convention.
Joystiq has a variety of costumes, some of which I posted, others I didn’t even see.
Yahoo has a very nice costume gallery. Be sure to see the whole thing.
And lastly, I Am Bored has 13 great pics.