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The seventh annual New York Comic Con kicked off with more costumes than a Halloween parade.

Christal Young was wearing a jacket by Soya and Kaio, which cost $99. Her pants were $59.99 at J.Crew and her shoes were $59.99 from Enzo Angiolini at Century 21. Her "Boom" scarf is part of the 3.1 Phillip Lim for Target Collection, $19.99.

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Custom made Baldric, $325

Portal from Neca.com, $140

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Viking outfit, Party City

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Leotard from American Apparel

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Tights from Spirit

Shoes from Forever21

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Black patent pants, bra and shrug, Trash and Vaudeville, $200

www.trashandvaudeville.com

Custom-made leather jacket with spikes

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