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March 29, 2013

WonderCon 2013 cosplay: The masquerade begins

Posted in: Comic-Con,Fans

Sci-fi, fantasy and comics fans and professionals are descending on WonderCon this weekend in Anaheim. Let the masquerade begin.

This year’s conference, the second year for WonderCon in Anaheim, is shaping up to be a big event. The crowd is expected to be as large as last year’s, which just fell short of 40,000.

Attendees are invited to send pictures of themselves and their cosplay friends for inclusion in our gallery, above. Just upload them above or tag them with the hashtag #HeroComplex on Instagram or Twitter today and throughout the weekend.

After all, the costumes and imagination of WonderCon fans are among conference highlights.

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Other highlights: panels on big-budget Hollywood films “Pacific Rim,” from Guillermo del Toro, and “The Conjuring,” directed by James Wan.  And author Cassandra Clare and director Harald Zwart will be on hand for a discussion of “Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.”

A don’t-miss for comics fans: Scott Snyder is set to talk about his new Batman storyline “Batman: The Zero Year.”  Also, “Buffy” fans can look forward to a panel with “Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9” writer Andrew Chambliss and artist Georges Jeanty, as well as longtime “Buffy” writer Jane Espenson.

See lots more details on the programming schedule for WonderCon 2013.

Don’t forget to add your photos to the Hero Complex photo gallery by uploading them below or tagging them with the #HeroComplex hashtag on Instagram or Twitter today and throughout the weekend.

— Amy Hubbard


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