40 Sexy Cosplay Looks You Have to See From New York Comic Con 2017

40 Sexy Cosplay Looks You Have to See From New York Comic Con 2017

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New York Comic Con 2017 took the Big Apple by storm over the weekend at the Jacob K. Javitz Center, and so did all the very sexy cosplay looks that attendees wore to the four-day convention.

While “cosplay” is a Japanese term and the modern form grew out of the Japanese fandom, people have been dressing up for fan conventions since the very beginning. After all, it’s a fun way to show your devotion to your favorite character. And, like Halloween, it’s a good excuse to show off a bit of skin!

This year was pretty diverse. Of course, there were many Wonder Woman cosplayers. And they’re amazing, but let’s be honest — we’re here to pay attention to the men. From sexy super saiyans repping Dragon Ball Z to perky Pennywises, it was a sight to behold. We were a little surprised to see so many Power Rangers, too — though our favorite was the super cute Gaston and LeFou couple.

If you’re wondering what to do for your next cosplay, hopefully these fine folks will provide inspiration. And, hey, Halloween’s just around the corner — if you haven’t landed on your costume yet, maybe you’ll get some great ideas here.

And, of course, if you’ve never dressed up (maybe because you hate fun?) — well, enjoy looking at these super-sexy cosplay looks from New York Comic Con 2017. We’re sure you’ll love them as much as we do.

Here are 40 sexy cosplay looks from New York Comic Con 2017:

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