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Photo Recap: Amazing

Arizona Comic Con

Photos by Jeff Moses.

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The Local Convention Delivers Fun And Costumes Over Its Three-Day Run At The Phoenix Convention Center, Featuring Characters From Comics And The Silver Screen

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Staff Report
Modern Times Magazine

Jan. 27, 2014 — The Amazing Arizona Comicon made another appearance in the Phoenix metro at the Phoenix Convention Center this past weekend and guests were treated to a plethora of comic related activities and events that appeared to leave all smiling.

From appearances by Superman, Predators, zombie killers, the girl from The Ring, The Hulk, female and male Captain Americas and a slew of memorable (and sexy characters, there was something for every taste and sensibility.

Of course, there was also the appearances of the headliners, Geoff Johns, Robrt Kirkman and Danai Gurira. Johns is DC Comics’ chief creative officer and Forever Evil writer. Kirkman is the creator and writer of the Eisner Award-winning The Walking Dead, and the long-running Invincible, all-ages Super Dinosaur and Thief of Thieves. Danai Gurira is known for her role as Michonne in The Walking Dead.

Other moments that were especially popular were the zombie beauty pageant on Friday as well as Kid’s Day on Sunday. Kid’s Day, featured included free sketches, cartoons, video games, and costume contests.

But as is the case with all Comicons, the real stars of the show are those who participate in cosplay and there were plenty in attendance over the weekend.
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