Mark Hamill Went Disguised as a Stormtrooper at Comic-Con
Mark Hamill went to San Diego Comic-Con in style this year, disguised as a Stormtrooper from Star Wars as well as a President Donald Trump and Darth Vader mashup that he named “Orange Vader.”
The best part?
Convention-goers had no idea it was him.
Mark Hamill is pretty vocal on social media about his dislike of President Donald Trump, so he put together a pretty unique costume for Comic-Con that involved his love of Star Wars mixed with his disdain for Trump. The result was a Darth Vader mask that was painted orange to mimic the supposed color of Trump’s skin from the tanning booth. On top of the mask was a Donald Trump wig and to round out the ensemble, he was dressed in golfing attire with a shirt that said, “Make the Death Star Great Again.”
The Stormtrooper costume was pretty cool and a nice undercover thing to do for Star Wars fans, but it was the Orange Vader costume that gained some pretty significant attention by like-minded individuals. The whole look of the Donald Trump-inspired costume was incredibly detailed, even adding an orange Lightsaber that was fashioned into a golf club. Many believed that Ezra Miller won San Diego Comic-Con 2018 by cosplaying as a sexy Toadette, but Hamill might have him beat with two separate costumes that were worn in secret.
YES- That would be me on the left. (You know, the vertically-challenged Stormtrooper.)#LovelyLadyLuke https://t.co/BuXGJmD9lD
— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) July 22, 2018
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