The cutest kids in cosplay
Putting a whole new (geeky) spin on playing dress up. These kids are awesome!
Here at Parent24 there are a couple of us that are all about the geek parenting. Put a baby in an R2-D2 suit and you've got us hooked! And that's why we love cosplay.

Never heard of cosplay? Wait, let me Google that for you: "Cosplay, short for "costume play", is an activity in which participants wear costumes and accessories to represent a specific character or idea from a work of fiction. Favorite sources include manga, anime, comic books, video games, and films." Thanks, Wikipedia!

Take a look at these adorable kiddies who dressed up for Comic Con 2013 and they did a great job!

1. The most amazing Edward Scissorhands

2. Supergirl

3. Baby Yoda

4. Family cosplay is awesome

5. Little Chun Li and Sakura from Street Fighter

6. Baby Tardis and Doctor Who

7. One super adorable Iron Man (beard and all!)

8. "Who you gonna call? Ghostbusters!"

9.Tardis Transformer with a tutu. Yup.

10. Tired baby Hulk is tired

11. Mini Voltron

12. Little S.H.I.E.L.D agent. Huge gun.

13. Baby Leia

14. A Doctor Who family!

15. The god of geek, Joss Whedon, poses with a tiny Iron Man

16. "Tiny" Stark (This kid had some great Comic Con 2013 moments)

17. Mini Clark Kent

18. Tiny Avengers assemble!

19. Matt Smith (AKA Doctor Who) with a mini dalek

20. Here comes Flash

21. Pink Stormtroopers are Stormtroopers too

22. Zombie princess anyone?

23. Doctor Who times 2

24. All the Iron Man! Plus Iron Patriot

25. Super Babies

26. Amazing! Doctor Who and 2 weeping angels

27. The cutest ewok ever

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