Comic-Con panels and signing booths are always busy with hungry fans to see and meet with their idols,but they’re often oblivious when those same celebs mingle among them, thanks to the power of cosplay. Check out the list of 11 incognito celebrities at Comic-Con — both the San Diego and New York events.
For attendees of the 2015 New York Comic-Con, this baboon’s bright blue eyes might have been the only indication it was Jared Leto.
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Star Trek Beyond actor and co-screenwriter donned a hybrid Boba Fett/Shaun of the Deadcostume for the 2013 convention, but a critical error blew his cover.
Mark Ruffalo made himself much homelier for the 2015 New York convention.
All too recognizable as the world’s most famous wizard, Daniel went undercover as Spider-Man at the 2014 convention.
“I know Andrew Garfield’s got it all sewn up, but it’s never too late to audition,” he joked to MTV.
This Game of Thrones breakout also got her webslinger on — and she brought along a Guy Fawkes mask, too!
The funnyman told MTV he dropped $200 for a Stormtrooper helmet to covertly attend Comic-Con 2014, but fans still realized a celebrity was in their midst.
This reality star went all-in on her Mystique costume for the 2014 convention, though we’d still have recognized that face!
Even the most diehard Teen Mom watchers may not have recognized these two stars of the MTV reality show, dressed as Batman and Harley Quinn, at this year’s convention.
This Mythbusters host spent 10 years perfecting his Alien space suit and paired it with a Facehugger for the 2014 convention.
“It was the hottest and most balmy experience of my life — I think I lost three pounds just walking for 30 minutes,” he told Yahoo.
Breaking Bad star wins the cosplay game for hiding in plain sight. At the 2013 Comic-Con, he dressed up as his most famous character, Breaking Bad’s Walter White. How cool was that? and no one identified him.