Comic-Con 2017: The Scene
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Comic-Con 2017: The Scene

Fans dress up as their favorite characters Saturday at Comic-Con 2017.

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Graciela Casas-Silva of San Diego cosplays Wonder Woman on the Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge at Comic-Con 2017 on Saturday.

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Vince Idos of San Diego drives his electric Mario kart outside Comic-Con 2017 on Saturday.

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Cosplayers pose for photos outside Comic-Con 2017 on Saturday.

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Brian Morris shows off his costume on the Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge on Saturday at Comic-Con 2017.

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The cast of “Justice League,” from left, Ray Fisher as Cyborg, Ezra Miller as Flash, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Jason Momoa as Aquaman and Ben Affleck as Batman, arrives Saturday at the DC Comics booth at Comic-Con 2017.

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Actress Gal Gadot, who portrays Wonder Woman, waves to fans as she arrives Saturday with the rest of the “Justice League” cast to sign autographs and meet fans at the DC Comics booth at Comic-Con 2017.

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Actor Ben Affleck, who portrays Batman, interacts with a child Saturday at DC Comics booth at Comic-Con 2017.

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Fans pack together Saturday as the cast of “Justice League” -- Ray Fisher as Cyborg, Ezra Miller as Flash, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Jason Momoa as Aquaman and Ben Affleck as Batman -- appears at the DC Comics booth at Comic-Con 2017.

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The cast of “Justice League” draws a packed crowd to the DC Comics booth on Saturday at Comic-Con 2017 in San Diego.

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The image of Wonder Woman, portrayed by Gal Gadot, serves as a backdrop as fans gather Saturday at the DC Comics booth at Comic-Con.

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Fans crowd snap photos Saturday as the cast of “Justice League” signs autographs and meets fans at the DC Comics booth at Comic-Con 2017.

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The San Diego Gaslamp Quarter is filled with crowds Saturday during Comic-Con 2017 in San Diego.

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Large crowds cross the street from the San Diego Gaslamp Quarter to Comic-Con 2017 on July 22.

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Comic-Con fans in the San Diego Gaslamp Quarter cross to the San Diego Convention Center on Saturday in San Diego.

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Large crowds cross the street Saturday from the San Diego Gaslamp Quarter to Comic-Con 2017 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego.

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A giant cosplayer walks through large crowds attending Comic-Con 2017 on Saturday at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego2.

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Comedian Wayne Brady speaks Friday at the 29th Annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards during Comic-Con 2017.

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A table setting at the 29th annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel during Comic-Con 2017.

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Actor Thomas Lennon speaks at the 29th annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards on Friday at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel during Comic-Con 2017 in San Diego.

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The History Channel staged a Viking funeral and burning of a 45-foot longship in San Diego Harbor to promote its series "Vikings” on July 21, 2017.

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Katheryn Winnick, who plays Lagertha in the History Channel’s “Vikings,” poses for photos with fans.

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Abby DeMont, 13, of San Diego as Aquamarine from “Steven Universe.”

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Cosplayers walk along the bayfront at dusk at Comic-Con International in San Diego on July 21, 2017.

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The IMDb boat hosts a party at Comic-Con International on July 21, 2017.

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Katheryn Winnick, who plays Lagertha in the History Channel’s “Vikings,” salutes the crowd at an event at Embarcadero Marina Park South in San Diego on July 21, 2017.

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A costumed man blows a Viking horn, accompanied by another man playing the saxophone, at an event promoting the History Channel series “Vikings.”

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Justice League figurines on display at Comic-Con International in San Diego on July 21, 2017.

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Hamilton Dang, right, as Reaper from the video game “Overwatch,” and Paul Dane, as Flood from “Halo,” ride the escalator at Comic-Con International at the San Diego Convention Center on July 21, 2017.

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A creature walks the halls of Comic-Con International on July 21, 2017.

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Piggy Man from “American Horror Story” outside Comic-Con International on Jly 21, 2017.

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A cosplayer keeps an eye peeled at Comic-Con International.

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Freddie Williams II draws Wonder Woman during a demonstration at the DC Comics booth at Comic-Con International.

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The crowded floor at Comic-Con International at the San Diego Convention Center on July 21, 2017.

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Vienna Wallace, 3, of Temecula, holds the hand of zombie Alyska Gutzwiller, left.

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A makeup artists puts finishing touches on a creature during a demonstration at the Cinema Makeup School booth at Comic-Con International.

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A large crowd awaits “Game of Thrones” cast members at Comic-Con International.

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Deborah Ann Woll of "Marvel’s The Punisher” greets fans at Comic-Con International.

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Jon Bernthal of “Marvel’s The Punisher” greets fans at Comic-Con International.

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Dancers clear a path amid the crowd at Comic-Con International on July 21, 2017, at the San Diego Convention Center.

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Raymond Rodriguez of Los Banos is ready for the Day of the Dead.

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A comic book display at Comic-Con International on July 21, 2017.

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Bree Klusmeyer polishes Tony Stark at the Upper Deck Gallery booth at Comic-Con International.

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A costumed character on stilts walks  around the San Diego Convention Center on opening day of Comic-Con International.

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Cash Branson shows off his Yondu Mary Poppins costume at Comic-Con International.

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A costumed character at Comic-Con International.

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Andrew Elkins, from left, is dressed as the fourth Doctor Who, Garth Bauman as the sixth Doctor, and Bob Mitsch also as the fourth.

 

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Kenny Letelier, from left, of Las Vegas,  as Beast Boy, Jazmine Boatman as Big Barda, and Billy Scholz of New York as Raven.

 

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Michelle Mackes of San Diego is DC Comics Bombshells Batwoman.

 

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A costumed character walks his dog at Comic-Con.

 

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A costumed man walks across the Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge at dusk after attending Comic-Con.

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The Ted boat in a slip across from Comic-Con International 2017 at the San Diego Convention Center.

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Daniel Mayeux of Anaheim strikes a pose in his Spider-Man costume at Comic-Con.

 

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A costumed man walks along the waterfront by the San Diego Convention Center.

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Jim Bartlett of Kansas City, Mo., wears his homemade Heavy Metal Death Dealer mash-up costume at Comic-Con.

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An upclose look at Jim Bartlett of Kansas City, Mo., in his homemade Heavy Metal Death Dealer mash-up costume.

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Spider-Man fan Adi Goldman, 6, of Santa Monica looks at the crowds filling the San Diego Convention Center on opening day of Comic-Con.

 

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A costumed man walks along the waterfront by the San Diego Convention Center on opening day of Comic-Con.

 

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Comic-Con fan Leif Peters, 5, of San Diego sports steam punk goggles.

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Comic-Con fans Nancy and Kevin Peters and their kids Zoe, 7, and Leif, 5, of San Diego, are interviewed by the Syfy channel as crowds arrive for Comic-Con International.

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Ness “Nesshead” Magaña of Pacoima sports steam punk goggles as he waits to get his entry badge and bag at Comic-Con International 2017 at the San Diego Convention Center.

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Mauricio Leal, left, and Rodolfo Resendez, both of Monterrey, Mexico, pick up their entry badges and bags to Comic-Con International 2017 at the San Diego Convention Center.

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Laura Lim takes a photo of her friends, Iris Chang and Vivian Leba, right, all of Houston, while picking up their badges and bags for Comic-Con International.

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Crews erect advertisements in the Gaslamp Quarter of downtown San Diego as crowds arrive for Comic-Con International 2017.

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Ness “Nesshead” Magaña of Pacoima adjusts his steam punk goggles as he waits to get his entry badge and bag at Comic-Con International 2017 at the San Diego Convention Center.

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Kendra Abbott, center, of San Diego joins fellow virtual reality players competing using the Oculus Rift VR headset with touch controllers and the Marvel Powers United VR (due out next year) during the preview night opener at Comic Con.

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A large crowd of fans preview the Lego display at Comic Con International 2017 during the preview night opener Wednesday at Comic-Con International 2017 at the San Diego Convention Center.

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A full-size, action-figure rendering of a possible scene from “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.”

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A 10-cent issue of “Star Comics” is on display at the Heritage Auctions booh (#900).

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Comics and posters are on display at the Feel Art booth #723.

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The “Love is Love” comic is on display at the IDW booth.

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The Batmobile is on display at the DC Entertainment booth.

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Katherine Stewart of Phoenix poses with her Steam Punk Green Lantern costume.

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Kendra Abbott of San Diego is in costume during preview night.

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Karl Brevik of Colorado Springs, Col., joins fellow virtual reality players using the Oculus Rift VR headset with touch controllers and the Marvel Powers United VR.

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Eran Rea joins fellow virtual reality players using the Oculus Rift VR headset with touch controllers and the Marvel Powers United VR.

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A DC Comics display of Cyborg.

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Fans view a DC Comics display of Cyborg, center, and others during preview night at Comic Con.

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Dylan Lee, 2 of Washington, D.C., sports a Star Wars Storm Trooper costume while viewing the Justice League display with his dad, Jerry Lee.

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Amanda Levine of North Hollywood is dressed as Harley Quinn while viewing the DC Comics display.

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Patrick Meehan, right, of San Diego, dressed as DC comics character Deathstroke, and his children  Chris Meehan, left; Charlotte Meehan, as Harley Quinn; and Ryan Meehan, as Spiderman; attend the preview night opener at Comic Con International 2017.

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Sponge Bob Squarepants and Patrick pose with a fan for a photo at the Nickelodeon booth during the opening day of Comic-Con International 2017.

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A crowd fills the San Diego Convention Center on Thursday, opening day of Comic-Con International 2017, where more than 100,000 visitors are expected over the four-day event.

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A costumed character stands out as the Comic-Con crowd fills the San Diego Convention Center.

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Aaron Serfozo of Mission Viejo poses in his Spider-Man costume on the opening day of Comic-Con International.

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Members of the Iron Brigade of the Society for Creative Anachronism engage in an armored combat demonstration on Thursday, opening day of Comic-Con International 2017

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A zombie from the AMC series “Walking Dead” approaches visitors on opening day of Comic-Con International 2017.

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A “Star Wars” Storm Trooper wanders through the crowd.

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Erin Nicole Vedar of San Diego shows off her Vanellope Von Schweetz costume from the movie  “Wreck-It Ralph.”

 

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A man who goes by Goth Robot looks over creatures on display at the PopLife-Mind Style booth at Comic-Con International 2017.

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A man who goes by Goth Robot looks over creatures on display at the PopLife-Mind Style booth at Comic-Con International 2017.

 

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Mijana Vanroy of San Diego wears a Wonder Woman costume.

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Jim Hampshire of Illinois wears the Night King mask from the “Game of Thrones." 

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Waldo is spotted, along with SpongeBob and Patrick, amid the crowd at the San Diego Convention Center on Thursday, opening day of Comic-Con International 2017.

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Crowds fill the San Diego Convention Center on Thursday, opening day of Comic-Con International 2017.

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Leah Rosenbaum, as Amora the Enchantress, and James Mccluskey, as Thor, both of San Diego, show off their costumes on Thursday, opening day of Comic-Con International 2017, where more than 100,000 visitors are expected over the four-day event at the San Diego Convention Center.

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Andy Tymczyszyn of Moorpark sips Gatorade through his Dr. Doom-Fantastic 4 costume on Thursday, opening day of Comic-Con International 2017.

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