Breaking Bad Lead Actor Cosplayed As His Own Character At Comic-Con

Say you're Bryan Cranston, the man behind Breaking Bad's suburban Scarface, Walter White. You're going to Comic-Con. What do you wear? If you guessed, "A crazy-ass Walter White mask," you guessed right!

Here's how Cranston looked on the show floor:

Breaking Bad Lead Actor Cosplayed As His Own Character At Comic-Con

And here's the big reveal, at the Breaking Bad Comic-Con panel.

Breaking Bad Lead Actor Cosplayed As His Own Character At Comic-Con

Breaking Bad Lead Actor Cosplayed As His Own Character At Comic-Con

Ha. Well played, Mr. Heisenberg.

How's everyone doing? How was your weekend? Are you psyched for the looming final run of Breaking Bad? Talk TV, games, meth, or whatever else, here or at TAY.

Also, PSA: I wound up seeing 20 Feet From Stardom this past weekend, and it was as good as I'd hoped. It's a documentary about the backup singers of the 1960s and 70s, and it's incredibly inspiring and well-done. Highly recommended!

(First and third images via the Breaking Bad Twitter, Middle by Kevin Winter, Getty Images. Spotted by Laughing Squid.)