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Mickey's Mandos at WonderCon 2016

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Check out Mickey's Mandos at Wondercon 2016, photographed over the weekend by York In A Box.

Top row: Jedi Elvis as Sorcerer Mickey Mandalore ("Fantasia"), Lua Suicide as Kida Fett ("Atlantis"), Buzz Lightbeard as Buzz Fett ("Toy Story"), Eberle Cosplay as Hans Fett ("Frozen"), Ashlynne Dae as Elsa Fett ("Frozen"), Alice ("Alice in Wonderland"), and Luis A Juarez as Kuzco ("Emperor's New Groove")

2nd row: Maid of Might Cosplay as Rapunzel Fett ("Tangled"), PandaCat Cosplay as Aurora Fett ("Sleeping Beauty"), Woody ("Toy Story"), LifeofShel as Anna Fett ("Frozen"), and Jasmin Loves You as Esmeralda ("Hunchback of Notre Dame")

3rd row: Kat & Mouse as Jessie Fett ("Toy Story"), Amber Arden as Snowba White ("Snow White"), Charlotte Labouf ("Princess and the Frog"), Traci Hines as Ariel Fett ("Little Mermaid"), and Belle ("Beauty and the Beast")

Bottom row: Meg ("Hercules"), Charming ("Cinderella"), Cinderella ("Cinderella"), Miley TinyThunder as Tinker Bell ("Peter Pan"), Rian Synnth Cosplay as Mulan Fett ("Mulan"), Hendo Art as Pocahontas Fett ("Pocahontas"), and Alana Waffles as Jasmine ("Aladdin")

Helmet nod to Dino Ignacio and mickeysmandos.com for who's who help.

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