Think Comic-Con is all fancy dress made by people's mothers and video game t-shirts? Well a lot of it is - not going to lie - but there's a well-dressed side to it, too.
A load of stars were out in force at this summer's event in dapper tailoring, retro band tees and more stylish outfits that will change your perception of the world's most famous comic book convention.
His handlebar facial hair might be a little odd since he's not a 50 year old Hell's Angel, but his wide lapel navy blazer and knitted tie with gold clip more than makes up for it.
Aquaman, the talking fish superhero, is undoubtedly lame. However, Jason Mamoa might be able to bring some credibility to him if he can bring some vintage band tees and fedoras to Atlantis.
Is Stamos doing a mild Hunter S. Thompson cosplay with his clear amber sunglasses and snakeskin boots or is he just going to shoot some bottles in the desert and drink some Budweiser? Hopefully both.
The Walking Dead star ditches the bloody post-apocalyptic attire for a sharp charcoal suit with wide lapels.
Spock goes electric blue with his tailoring at the premiere of Star Trek Beyond. A logical choice *attempts Vulcan salute*.
Why is the pop singer at Comic-Con? He's a massive My Little Pony fan apparently, but we'll let that slide since his adidas trainers are so fresh.
Why is Idris wearing shorts to a premiere? Because he damn well can, that's why. He might not be the next James Bond, but at least he has one of the whitest shirts in existence.
100 points to Slytherin (sorry Tom, not going to live that down) for this casual combo of an oversized black jumper and cropped trousers.
His manners might be atrocious, but the Suicide Squad anti-hero knows how to pull off a statement souvenir jacket.
Michael B Jordan
The Creed actor will be starring in the new Black Panther movie, so it might've been more fitting to wear a jumper with said animal on, but this Coach dinosaur sweater is such a luxury flashback to our childhood that we'll let him off.