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Every comic character from Pokemon to Care Bears was represented at the Sacramento Comic, Toy and Anime Show held at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center on Sunday.
"People come to play games, dress up and buy comic stuff in the dealers hall," attendee Philip Reed said.
The rooms were filled with conversations about Final Fantasy, glowing swords, fairy wings and furry pants. A majority of the nearly 200 people in attendance were dressed as their favorite comic book characters as they looked through the thousands of half-price comics.
"It's called 'cosplay' in Japan when everyone dresses up as their favorite character all the time," Reed said. "It's Halloween every day for them."
The main attraction was a charity auction that benefited Loaves and Fishes' Mustard Seed School.
"A few people came around with bins and everyone donated a few things to the auction," said Jared Rudy with A1 Comics. "It's stuff that you can find around the dealers hall but it's for a good cause."
It was a good day to socialize with people who share an interest in comics.
"This is sort of a mini con," Reed said. "It's nothing big, just a place to go if you like comics."
Photos courtesy of Cindy Saechao.