Babes of Comic-Con 2011

Comic-Con is still going on as we speak, but the photogalleries of toothsome cosplay girls in attendance are already overflowing.

Comic-Con apparently attracts a better ratio of Slave Leias who have the proper body type for the outfit than GenCon.

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  1. OzarkHillbilly says:


  2. Kit says:

    There is an amusement park in Indiana called Holiday World, whose advertising tagline is “There’s more than corn in Indiana!” As a Hoosier, my first response was, “Yes, there are also all of the people who eat too much of that corn.”

    Random factoid: according to a friend of mine in the hospitality industry in Indianapolis, the average annual income of a GenCon attendee is approximately $70k/year. I make no arguments as to the veracity of this claim, but it doesn’t exactly surprise me.

  3. superdestroyer says:

    Many of the women shown are models (called booth babes in the convention business). Most of them probably needed to be informed of how they were and what the background is.

    Many professional convention have put a ban on booth bunnies as the meetings began to have more women in attendance.

  4. matt says:

    @Kit: That’s odd the only time I’ve heard the “there’s more then corn in Indiana” was in relation to Indiana Beach…

  5. Kit says:

    @matt: Whoops, my bad. You are correct, sir. That’s what I get for posting at 2 AM on a Saturday night/Sunday morning.