Tulsa Wizard World 2015

_DSC0096Saturday Logan and I ventured downtown to experience Wizard World Comic Con  Tulsa 2015. A  celebration of popular culture they call it. I’d say it is more of a slice of popular culture focused more on Superhero movies and fringe television show as opposed to say in Oklahoma, football, deer hunting, tea party politics, and country music. That is okay though because Wizard World is lots of fun and a segment of Oklahoma that hardly ever shows itself is on display.

The Crowd

A big part of the fun is Cosplay where fans dress up as their favorite character. It could be from movies, television, shows, comic books, video games, anime or manga. Some of the costumes are quite elaborate. Check out this link to a Tulsa World photo gallery of the costumes worn at this event.


I know that your are wondering and no, Logan and I didn’t cosplay this year. Maybe next year.


I could have taken a lot more pictures but the venue reminds us that “Cosplay is not Permission.” In other words please ask permission before you take pictures. One could make a legal argument that they are in a public place and blah, blah, blah. We have too many people whining about their legal rights to do whatever, so I asked permission. Most of the time.


The Tulsa Ghostbusters were there in full force. I don’t know how many thousands of pics they posed for on Saturday.


And then these guys. Just so you know I didn’t hardly know who any of the characters were supposed to be besides the obvious like Batman, the minions, Spock and so on.


They had some vehicles there. Photos were free but if you wanted a photo of yourself in the jeep or whatever that is $20 or so. Hmmm, no.

Herbie the Love Bug

Herbie the love bug was there.

We had a fun time. We met up with some of Logan’s friends and check out everything out two or three times and then went on our way.

So, I have to know, do you Cosplay?

Check out my post Wizard World Tulsa 2014

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14 thoughts on “Tulsa Wizard World 2015

  1. Ellen

    It seems like those Comic Cons are everywhere. I’d kind of like to go see it once, maybe. I’m just not into that kind of stuff, but the costumes are amazing! I think that if you show up at those places in costume you’re just asking to having your photo taken–permission or not.

  2. adairmd

    I seen those cars at a car show. You could get your picture with them there for free. They also had K.I.T.T., The Mystery Machine, and others, I can’t remember. I wish I could have went. It was to expensive for me

  3. fun60

    I’ve not heard of this before but a few months ago I saw numerous adults dressed as superheroes at Waterloo station in London. Maybe they were off to a similar event.

  4. Eileen

    I have heard of the Comic Com, I think from watching Big Bang Theory. I enjoyed the photos. Thanks for sharing your visit. Happy Monday, have a great week ahead!

  5. genie

    What a treat to get to see a real Comic Con. We have a tiny rink dinky one nearby, but it is nothing like this. I would love to have gone. Great shots.

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