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Amazing Arizona Comicon and Pancakes and Booze Over the Weekend

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Amazing Arizona Comicon 2013 at Phoenix Convention Center Superhero hotties mixed with comic book characters and cosplayers aplenty during the latest installment of the Amazing Arizona Comicon 2013, which took place from Friday, January 25, to Sunday, January 27, at the Phoenix Convention Center.

Fans of the sequential art form dressed as their favorite heroes and villains - including Power Girl, Deadpool, Batman, and many of the members of The Avengers - and strolled around the event while hunting for primo back issues of their favorite titles, interacting with fellow geeks, or attending panels starring such special guests as Uncanny X-Men artist Jim Lee.

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Pancakes and Booze at The Duce (NSFW), 01/25/13 The Pancakes & Booze Art Show lived up to its name with an all you can eat pancake bar and a slew of artfully crafted cocktails. The exhibition included work from over 50 artists as well as covering a nude human canvas with melted ice cream. Things got crafty and sexy at The Duce on Friday, January 25.

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