The Wild, Weird and Wonderful Women of Comic ConS

Over the weekend, fandom descended upon San Diego to celebrate comics, vampires, superheroes, sci-fi, fantasy, and, of course, zombies. There were plenty of dudes dressed as warlocks and warriors, but the ladies made a spectacle of themselves as well. For instance: Above, a young woman gives new meaning to the term Crazy Cat Lady. Me-ouch.

The Wild, Weird and Wonderful Women of Comic ConS

Saturday was the fifth annual Zombie Walk, and these chicks didn't shy away from the gore.

The Wild, Weird and Wonderful Women of Comic ConS

Must eat braiiiiiins. And then buy some more Manic Panic.

The Wild, Weird and Wonderful Women of Comic ConS

The undead barista doesn't give a fuck if she accidentally gave you a latte instead of an Americano.

The Wild, Weird and Wonderful Women of Comic ConS

That first zombie is humming "Stairway to Heaven." The second one is just daring you to ask her if she has PMS. And the third is wondering if she can have a pony zombie.

The Wild, Weird and Wonderful Women of Comic ConS

Turnout was monstrous.

The Wild, Weird and Wonderful Women of Comic ConS

You're all winners, there are no losers here, but hot damn: Give Chewbacca a gold star.

The Wild, Weird and Wonderful Women of Comic ConS

Mere mortals ought to tremble in fear, or at least gape in awe.

The Wild, Weird and Wonderful Women of Comic ConS

Looks like everyone was having a bloody good time.

The Wild, Weird and Wonderful Women of Comic ConS

Wolverine and Princess Mononoke walk into a bar…

The Wild, Weird and Wonderful Women of Comic ConS

Anyplace you can wear a tiny crown or giant false eyelashes is okay by me.

The Wild, Weird and Wonderful Women of Comic ConS

Look, Abe is not a woman, but this is such a faithful representation of the Vampire Hunter, I had to include it. The brows!

The Wild, Weird and Wonderful Women of Comic ConS

There were at least two Katniss Everdeens at the event — one spotted via Twitter; the other via Instagram. Effie's hair looks fab.

All other images via Getty.