Ten most badass Bronies (and Pegasisters) at Nan Desu Kan 2012

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Call it a stampede. This weekend, the Marriott Hotel in the Denver Tech Center was taken over by Colorado's largest anime convention, Nan Desu Kan 2012, and the fantasy enthusiasts who both populate and propel it. In our full slide show of the weekend's costumes, you'll notice well-dressed fans of all genres, but we also wanted to give a small shout-out to some of convention's finest: the die-hard fans of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. Keep reading for photos of the ten most badass Bronies and Pegasisters of Nan Desu Kan 2012.

See also: - Slide show: Nan Desu Kan 2012: Bronies, Lolitas and dreamers - 50 Cosplayers at Nan Desu Kan 2011 - Slide show: Costumes of the World Cosplay Summit: Mountain Qualifier

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For more photos, visit our full slide show of Nan Desu Kan 2012.

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