Saturday saw an explosion of cosplayers at Comic-Con Special Edition at the San Diego Convention Center. At least in comparison to Friday’s Day 1.

A costume contest was scheduled for 8 p.m. Saturday. Perhaps one of our daytime subjects won.

Jean Markus of Brazil get into the character of the Joker. Photo by Chris Stone
A tired Pikachu gets a lift at Comic-Con in San Diego. Photo by Chris Stone
An infant with handmade Baby Yoda cap gets a first glimpse of Comic-Con. Photo by Chris Stone
Keith Aguilar of Apply Valley dresses as Pennywise. Photo by Chris Stone
A dog in front of Comic-Con is dressed as Loki. Photo by Chris Stone
Mary McElroy of San Diego is dressed as a character from “Fallout.” Photo by Chris Stone
Alexis Lujan dressed as Ariel from “The Little Mermaid.” Photo by Chris Stone
“Joe” dresses as Owen Kenobi, Obi-wan’s brother. Photo by Chris Stone
Gwen Veen, aka Wonder Woman, and Zen Wolf, aka Poison Ivy, pose at Comic-Con. Photo by Chris Stone
Adam McElroy is dressed as a character from the video game “Fallout.” Photo by Chris Stone
Katheryn Elizabeth dresses as a Harajuku girl. Photo by Chris Stone
Patrick Gallaher dresses as Warhammer Dark Elf. Photo by Chris Stone
Angel Mendoza goes to Comic-Con as the Iron Patriot. Photo by Chris Stone
Valerie Broesch enjoyed Comic-Con as the Cat in the Hat. Photo by Chris Stone
James Clark of Los Angeles plays Magneto at Comic-Con. Photo by Chris Stone
Kimberly Carlisle (left) is Lacey Arsenic to Patty Ross’ Patty Poison. Photo by Chris Stone
Alicia Campomanes is Baby Yoda at Comic-Con. Photo by Chris Stone
Bernie Bregman of Los Angeles portrays Ted Lasso. Photo by Chris Stone
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