San Diego Comic-Con 2018: Cosplays, trailer revelations and more

Published: 23rd July 2018 10:23 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd July 2018 11:56 AM  

While the world's biggest pop culture festival comes to an end this year, here are some interesting facts and photos from the event. IN PIC: A fan dressed as the Night King from 'Game of Thrones' at the Comic-Con International. (Photo | AP)
The Comic Con initially started as a forum to meet creators and experts of comic books. The event has now grown into a hub for pop culture and includes other areas of entertainment such as science fiction films, TV series, anime and manga, and video games. IN PIC: A guest dressed as The Junk Lady from the 1986 fantasy film 'Labyrinth'. (Photo | AP)
The San Diego Comic Con was founded as the Golden State Comic Book Convention in 1970. While there are many comic cons take place around the world and across US, this is the largest comic con in the world with more than 130,000 attendees. IN PIC: Peter Vasquez of San Diego, dressed as a character he created, attends day two of Comic-Con. (Photo | AP)
Every year, makers of movies and TV series excite the fans with incredible revelations of plot development. This year, fans learnt more about DC's 'Wonder Woman 1984', 'Fantastic beasts: The crimes of Grindelwald', season 3 of the TV series 'Riverdale', and 'Godzilla: King of the Monsters'. IN PIC: Actor Aaron Paul holds his daughter Story Annabelle in the air as she is dressed as his character Jesse Pinkman at the 'Breaking Bad' 10th Anniversary panel. (Photo | AP)
A series of trailers were also released including that of George RR Martin's 'Nightflyers', DC's 'Titans', season 11 of the TV series 'Doctor Who', and the new Spiderman video game. IN PIC: Ladies dress as handmaids from the dystopian TV series 'The Handmaid's Tale'. (Photo | AP)
A fan poses as the character Tyson Rios from the 'Army of Two' video game. (Photo | AP)
Armando Abarca, dressed as Batman, left, and Jessica Rose Davis, dressed as Wonder Woman, center, and Guillermo Gonzalez dressed as Iron Man, attend day one of Comic-Con. (Photo | AP)
Cathrine Morgan, left, of Houston, and Trudy Alison, of Austin, wear blond wigs as they pose with Marvel's 'Captain America' shields. (Photo | AP)
Mark Agoncillo, carries an Ant-Man figurine on his shoulder as he attends day one of Comic-Con. (Photo | AP)
Dean LeCrone wears his Dr. Artemus Peepers costume (from the Science fiction subgenre 'Steampunk') as he walks past attendees to Preview Night of the 2018 Comic-Con International at the San Diego Convention Center. (Photo | AP)
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