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Rapping, Dancing X-Men Cosplayers Bust a Move at Comic-Con [Video]

While it’s hardly notable for a group of people dressed like X-Men to gather together for a photo op at a convention, a group of dedicated cosplayers took things the extra mile last weekend at the New York Comic-Con convention in a dancing, rapping X-Men cosplayer freestyle. Things seemed normal enough as Cyclops, the White Queen, Jubilee, Caleb, Wolverine, Colossus, Iceman, Beast, Gambit, Magneto, Angel, and more initially gathered together at the Marvel booth.

That is until Bishop rolled up with his giant gun that was actually a boombox and started blasting the Beastie Boys, and Iceman started rapping, moonwalking, and doing the Worm across the convention floor, Emma Frost and Magneto had a dance-off and Professor Xavier spun round and round in his yellow hoverchair. G4′s Fresh Ink was there to catch the whole thing on video, and you can watch it after the jump.

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