ComicCon 2019 

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Photo by Mark Larson
Brett Franklin, of Visalia, had a special make-up session at 1 p.m. and then roamed the room as Pennywise, a character from Stephen King's 1986 horror novel "It."
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One of two celebreties at the event in Blue Lake, Marlon Taylor, of Seattle, is known for his work on It (1990), Z Nation (2014) and The Puppeteer (2009).
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Nujai Lee, of Eureka, got carried away by his costume.
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"Maidrand" (left) and "Todoroki" (an anime character) wandered the vendor floor prior to the costume contest.
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Hunter Wiley, of McKinleyville, arrived as the boy from Homestuck, a webcomic created by American author and artist Andrew Hussie.
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Devonte and Grace Gee, of Eureka, brought along their costumed children, Kiley, Tyson, Tresa and Khdrygsaengdao.
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Audrey II (Twoey) from in the 1960 Movie, Little Shop of Horrors (in which it was called Audrey Jr.), is a cross between a Venus fly-trap and a Butterwort. Twoey showed up on the arm of Curtis Harder, of Fortuna, who was accompanied by Alex Childers, of Arcata, costumed as Haruhi Fujioka, the main character of the Ouran High School Host Club series.
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Luke Skywalker of Star Wars (Rhett Dingess, of Willow Creek) on the left and "Dr. Rockso," a character from Metalocalypse (Chas Kreuter, of Eureka) showed off their costumes prior to the costume contest.
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"Dr. Rockso," a character from Metalocalypse (Chas Kreuter, of Eureka) has a license to rock and a permit to roll.
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Make-up artist Paige LeNey, of Modesto, began the second of her two Saturday demonstrations with Skyla Kellison, of Turlock. The goal – "Valak" from "The Nun" (a 2018 American gothic supernatural horror film).
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LeNey added creepy details to make-up for the main character from "The Nun" (a 2018 American gothic supernatural horror film).
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Final costume touches for the evil nun look.
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Jennifer Huck (as the "Joker") and David Huck (as Two-Face, an adversary of the superhero Batman) paused in their search among the vendor tables.
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Brian Sturdivant, of Eureka, showed up as Professor Hugo Strange (left), a supervillain adversary of the superhero Batman, along with his "Mini-Pennywise" son, Mikhail Pitzer.
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Brian Sturdivant, of Eureka, as Professor Hugo Strange (left), shopped among the vendor tables prior to the costume contest.
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Celebrity voice actor Vic Mignogna shared a photo opp with Marilyn Monroe (Jinnie Rose, of Crescent City) and photographer Ursala from Little Mermaid (LaDonna Lawrence, of McKinleyville).
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Rowan (as Wonder Woman) and her father Ian Pitts, of Willow Creek, checked out one of the vendor table offerings.
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Muralist Neal Bergmann (seated right), of Sacramento, offered his original artwork and prints at one of the vendor tables.
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Lilia Hopkins (second form left), a long-time fan of voice actor Vic Mignogna, brought the rest of her family (Lilia, John and Althea) from Arcata to get a photo.
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Sissy Cady, of McKinleyville, came dressed as a Zombie Cop.
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Jeff Graham, of Arcata, wrapped up the "Villain" contest category with his life-like "Alien" costume.
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Ben Franklin and his Kite (Andrew Wright and Mykie Bestidas, both of Arcata) won the Fan Favorite category in the costume contest.
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Brian Swann (costumed as Erik Killmonger, enemy of Black Panther) and his daughter Aaralyn danced together as they awaited the results of the costume contest.
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Brian Swann (costumed as Erik Killmonger, enemy of Black Panther) joined the rest of the winners of the costume contest after being named first place in the adult costume category.
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