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WonderCon 2017: Thousands of attendees flock to the Anaheim Convention Center over the weekend

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That’s a wrap! This year’s WonderCon closed its doors on Sunday at the Anaheim Convention Center.

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Comic book fans, cosplayers and people wanting their pop culture fix swarmed the convention center for three fun-packed days. WonderCon, which is put on by Comic-Con International, returned to Anaheim, after last year’s event was held in Los Angeles.

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About 60,000 attendees flock to WonderCon to walk around the convention center floor and browse through aisles of items from comic books to steam punk clothing. The movie and television industry doesn't have quite the same presence at WonderCon as it does at Comic-Con, but there were still some panels focused on the entertainment industry.

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The stars of Fox’s Prison Break were on hand to talk about about the show’s the fifth season and attendees also got a look at the Doctor Who spinoff series Class.

Next up is Comic-Con, which returns to the San Diego Convention Center July 20-23.


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