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Wonder Woman Cosplayers Took The Streets At Comic-Con, And It Was Amazing

"We saw Themyscira and how powerful and still beautiful the women were ... so we wanted to come out and embody that," one woman told BuzzFeed News.

Posted on July 21, 2017, at 7:06 p.m. ET

Earlier this summer, Patty Jenkins's long-awaited Wonder Woman film opened across the nation. Since then, it has absolutely killed at the box office.

To date, the film has raked in $764.9 million globally, making it the most financially successful movie from Warner Bros.'s DC extended universe.
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To date, the film has raked in $764.9 million globally, making it the most financially successful movie from Warner Bros.'s DC extended universe.

Many who saw the film left the theaters feeling moved by Jenkins's take on the iconic superhero, as portrayed by Gal Gadot.

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That's why Nerdist decided to organize a "Wonder Woman March" at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday. It was a celebration of women who embody love and butt-kicking.

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Scores of people came together and marched through the streets of San Diego as the feminist icon.

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This woman stepped out in a sparkly number and a headdress full of feathers.

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One woman dressed up in Diana Prince's bespectacled disguise; another wore her blue dress from the gala.

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Some armored up and went as Amazons from Themyscira too.

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One little girl decided to go as retro Wonder Woman.

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There was even a Wonder Chicken. 😂

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It was pretty epic.

Love seeing everyone's take on Wonder Woman/Diana Prince. 💪

"We saw Themyscira and how powerful and still beautiful the women were," Samantha Cash (right) told BuzzFeed News. "And so we wanted to come out and embody that."

"I think women are definitely misrepresented in the media," her sister, Gretchen, added. "If you look at most women, they’re shot from behind and treated as objects. It’s great because Wonder Woman is someone you can be."
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"I think women are definitely misrepresented in the media," her sister, Gretchen, added. "If you look at most women, they’re shot from behind and treated as objects. It’s great because Wonder Woman is someone you can be."

Six-year-old Sloan Slaughter-James told BuzzFeed News she decided to dress up as Wonder Woman because "she's strong and she saves the day."

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Wonder Woman would've been very proud, that's for sure.

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