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Comic Con Is More Than Fan Boy's Feast

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Comic Con Is More Than Fan Boy's Feast

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Comic Con Is More Than Fan Boy's Feast

Comic Con Is More Than Fan Boy's Feast

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The annual Comic Con in San Diego started out as a comic book convention and expanded to graphic novels, comic-inspired films, television series and games of all sorts.

It's now all about standing in line to see stars, writers, graphic artists and gaming geniuses.

Beth Accomando reports for KPBS.

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