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Comic-Con 2014 Through a Kid’s Eyes

Clara P., a San Diego 13-year-old, went to Comic-Con on Sunday, a day tailored to a small degree towards the event's smaller fans.

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Clara P., a San Diego 13-year-old, went to Comic-Con on Sunday, a day tailored to a small degree towards the event's smaller fans.
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Comic-Con dominates downtown this time of year. It's always fun to see the banners and signs advertising the convention.
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It's amazing how much decoration is right in front of the convention center. Personally, I like the massive posters that cover entire buildings.
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Some of the decorations are a little more, shall we say, unconventional? Never the less, they're all cool.
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This caught my eye as I was walking around the exhibit hall. It was massive, and quite impressive.
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I spent a fair bit of time at the Lions Gate booth. But then again, can you blame me? It was the main exhibitor for "Mockingjay" and "Divergent"!
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One of the funnier figurines. It certainly made me laugh!
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The decoration for the Nickelodeon booth was fantastic. I could see it from all the way across the Exhibit Hall!
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If you thought the Nickelodeon booth was the most amazing, think again. The "Hobbit/"Lord of the Rings" booth had an awe-inspiring replica of a sleeping Smaug!
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This costume was really cool. The fan went all the way, right down to the mechanically altered voice.
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Captain America was everywhere this year. This was one of the best action figures of him.
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This display was crazy! It had almost all notable super heros, and even a few villains.
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Even Hello Kitty made an appearance at Comic-Con 2014.
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The Avengers were popular, too. This massive poster of them (it must have been 10-feet long) was my favorite.
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This life-size Han Solo was shockingly realistic, and maybe my favorite of all the Star Wars stuff.
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Has anyone gotten over the ending of "Allegiant"?
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The were soooo many people there. It was fun, but crowds can be a pain.
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The line for Room 6A was sooooo long that we had to wait outside.
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The Cartoon Voices Panel is one of my favorites. It's always hilarious.
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The panelists had to get ready quickly, and then the hysterics began.
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As you can see, one of the panelists, Debra Wilson, was a little cold -- she said she had to ride down from LA in the rain. They fixed her up, though.
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These dragon costumes were some of my personal favorites. The attention to detail was impeccable.
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And, of course, we can't forget Elsa. Not many people dressed up as the ice queen, but this one amazing costume made up for that.
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Speaking of Elsa, the advertisement for "Once Upon a Time" on the side of Petco Park was breathtaking.
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After Cartoon Voices, I went and watched What's Hot In Young Adult Fiction. These amazing authors, including Scott Westerfield ("Uglies"), on the far right, were the panelists.
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Even outside of Comic-Con it was crowded.
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This was a great costume. I like the pose too!
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This was maybe the cutest thing in all of Comic-Con!
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Back at the Lions Gate booth, again. I know I probably spent enough time there, but it was really cool.
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Star Trek costumes seemed to be rare, so I thought I'd take a picture of this one.
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In line again -- this time to meet the authors from What's Hot in Young Adult Fiction and get autographs.
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My favorite costume of the day. A dress made from a book. Why can't all clothes be this awesome?
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The autograph section wasn't as crowded, which was nice.
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I don't know who this guy is, but my dad says he's the Soup Nazi from "Seinfeld." Go figure.
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"Impressive" would probably be the best word for this complex costume.
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The exhibit hall is kind of a controlled chaos, and there I am, right in the middle of it.
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I couldn't resist going back and looking at the "Hobbit" booth.
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The hologram of Peeta and Johanna was maybe the coolest exhibit in all of Comic-Con.
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There was a Capitol seal next to the hologram of Peeta and Johanna.
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What's cuter than a Minion? Almost nothing.
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These costumes were great, even if they were a little scary.
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Castles seemed to be popular this year.
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Oh, yeah, comics! That's why we all come, isn't it?
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These two kids have some of the cutest (and toughest) costumes in all of Comic-Con. Can't wait till next year!
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