Costumed fans head to Century II for Air Capital Comic Con

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Comic book and pop culture fans flocked to Century II this weekend for the 2019 Air Capital Comic Con.

The convention focuses on comic books, but it draws fans and costumes of all kinds. Comic book writers and artists held panels and signed autographs, and cosplayers competed in costume contests.

The event began Saturday and wraps up at 5 p.m. Sunday.

For more information on the convention, click here to visit the Air Capital Comic Con Facebook page.

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