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The Power of Cosplay
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The Power of Cosplay

Cosplayers take over the Hynes Convention Center for Anime Boston 2018.

Madoka and Sayaka
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Madoka and Sayaka

"Puella Magi Madoka Magica" characters Madoka Kaname (left) and Sayaka Miki (right) pose for a photo just outside of the Hynes Convention Center.

Swordman
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Swordman

A cosplayer brandishes his impressive sword at Anime Boston.

Eren Yeager
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Eren Yeager

"Attack on Titan" character Eren Yeager, equipped with cleaning supplies like Tide pods, is a strong contender at the Cosplay Death Match.

Kisame
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Kisame

Kisame from "Naruto" reaches for his sword.

The Zubat Guy
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The Zubat Guy

"The Zubat Guy" walks around Anime Boston holding up a sign that says "Got Repel?"

"This is Fine"
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"This is Fine"

A cosplayer is dressed as the dog from a web comic who is slowly engulfed in flames while proclaiming "This is Fine".

Ryou Bakura
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Ryou Bakura

"Yu-Gi-Oh" character Bakura Ryou shows off his Millenium Ring and Ouija board.

Madara Uchiha
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Madara Uchiha

Madara Uchiha from "Naruto" menaces the camera.

Eternal Sailor Moon
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Eternal Sailor Moon

Eternal Sailor Moon shows off at the Sailor Moon SuperS Moonlight Masquerade, which took place on Friday evening at Anime Boston in the Hynes Convention Center.

Harley and the Joker
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Harley and the Joker

Harley Quinn (left) and the Joker (right) smile for the camera.

Zetsu and Tobi
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Zetsu and Tobi

Zetsu (left) and Tobi (right) from "Naruto" take a break.

Lapras Rider
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Lapras Rider

A Pokemon trainer cosplayer rides a Lapras.

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