Special Feature: Comic-Con's cosplayed cars
Wreck-It Ralph car. The Transformers vehicles are another popular type of car that fans enjoy some serious cosplaying in, with Bumblebee being one of the most common dress-up characters spotted. This year the Mutts Cutts vehicle was arguably the most notable. Taken from the 1994 Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels comic genius movie Dumb & Dumber. Just like the original, the car was a great addition to the vehicle cosplay line-up.
The Black Beauty car from The Green Hornet has also made appearances at some of the Comic-Con events. This year the car was put up for auction. Based on a 1965 Chrysler Imperial, the Green Hornet's car is sure to be the dream purchase of many superhero film fans. Cosplaying is a popular hobby, but it can also be an expensive passion. A Batmobile tumbler is currently selling for a whopping $1 million. While this is out of reach for most cosplayers, it's far more economical to buy a second-hand car and transform it yourself. Do some research to find a cheap model that looks similar to the car you want such as a used Volkswagen Beetle to turn into Herbie, an old Aston Martin that can be used as a James Bond car or a Volkswagen Campervan that can be transformed into Scooby Doo's Mystery Machine.