Seriousness in WonderCon

WonderCon was held from Apr. 1 to 3 in Moscone Center South, San Francisco. The annual comic book, science fiction and cosplay reunion celebrated its 25th anniversary this year.

With so many people in costumes around and comic books lined up to far end, the  excitement and the joy were easy to expect. However, the seriousness, which seems far away from the real fun in WonderCon, saturated the venture.

The people in serious mood can be marketing persons, future talents, exhibitioners or even the hungry comic book hunters.
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Alex Andre draws with the electronic tools connected with Photoshop, Apr. 1, WonderCon, San Francisco.

Photoed by: FEI YE


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Elwood Blues goes through comic book collections in his costume, Apr. 1, WonderCon, San Francisco.

Photoed by: FEI YE

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Haykel S. Aria paint on his booth, Apr. 1, WonderCon, San Francisco. He came all the way from Indonesia and he was only 8 years old.

Photoed by: FEI YE

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David Kapelka manages his comic book store, Apr. 1, WonderCon, San Francisco.

Photoed by: FEI YE

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P.J. Lewis , the marketing person fro Green Lantern, gets interviewed, Apr. 1, WonderCon, San Francisco.

Photoed by: FEI YE

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