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It’s Comic-Con and gone

SAN DIEGO — Sunday wrapped another year of Comic-Con International at the San Diego Convention Center. 

The annual crowd favorite event revealed some secrets about upcoming films, comic books and TV shows. As it has become tradition, some of the world’s biggest stars paid a visit to the convention and to the city, promoting new books, movies and more.

Zombies entertain fans inside the Walking Dead compound at Comic-Con International. Photo by Daniel KnightonActors Katey Sagal and Charlie Hunnam (“Sons of Anarchy”) appear at Comic-Con on Sunday. Photo by Daniel KnightonRancho Cucamonga residents Kevin Justiniano, Brett Usher, and West Covina resident John Justiniano dress as their favorite comic book characters at Comic-Con.
Photo by Daniel Knighton
Vista resident Alexandra Wang dresses up as “Doctor Who's” TARDIS at Comic-Con on Thursday. Photo by Daniel KnightonFans pack the exhibit hall at Comic-Con on Thursday. Photo by Daniel KnightonScottsdale, Ariz. resident Megan Rhea dresses as the Batman character Harley Quinn at Comic-Con. Photo by Daniel KnightonFans dressed in elaborate costumes are a common sight down in San Diego’s Gaslamp District during Comic-Con. Photo by Daniel KnightonSan Diego resident Jasmin Garcia gets a chance to practice medieval combat with an armored member of the Society for Creative Anachronism during the annual Comic-Con International convention in San Diego. Photo by Daniel KnightonActor Tyler Posey “Teen Wolf” appears at Entertainment Weekly’s Brave New Warriors panel at Comic-Con. Photo by Daniel KnightonActor Kit Harington, “Game of Thrones” talks to fans at Entertainment Weekly’s Brave New Warriors panel at Comic-Con on Thursday. Photo by Daniel KnightonMarvel Comics legend Stan Lee (“Spiderman,” “X-Men”) mugs for The Coast News while promoting his line of kids comics “Stan Lee’s Kids Universe” at Comic-Con on Saturday. Photo by Daniel KnightonCamarillo resident Corinne Soutar dresses as a USO girl from the “Captain America” movie. Photo by Daniel KnightonSome fans go all-out with their costumes during the annual Comic-Con International convention in San Diego. Photo by Daniel KnightonA band of street musicians dressed as pirates and playing the Star Wars bar theme entertains fans outside Comic-Con. Photo by Daniel KnightonActress Sandra Bullock appears at Comic-Con to promote her upcoming film “Gravity.” Photo by Daniel KnightonActors Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt appear at an autograph session to promote their upcoming movie “Edge of Tomorrow.” Photo by Daniel Knighton

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