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Improv AZ, Amazing Arizona Comic Con, Hemoptysis, Landmine Marathon, and Purple Reign Over the Weekend

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No Pants Light Rail Ride 2011 Mill Ave. was depantsed on Sunday, January 9. The No Pants Light Rail Ride escorted dozens of trouserless folks from Downtown Phoenix to Tempe's Robbie Fox's Pub...see photos

Costumed Heroes and Zombies at the Amazing Arizona Comic Convention Amazing Arizona Comic Con brought the goods in its first year out of the box. Guests included Steven Yeun and Jon Bernthal from AMC's The Walking Dead. Naturally a few zombies showed up as well. Check out the undead and a legion of superheroes in the above photos...see photos

Hemoptysis and Landmine Marathon at the Clubhouse Music Venue Last Night Two of the Valley's best metal bands came together last night for a show that set the bar high for the local metal scene in 2011. Landmine Marathon and Hemoptysis put together a 1-2 punch last night that not only solidified their reputations as part of the Phoenix metal elite, but also brought some much-needed unity to a strong local scene too often fragmented by insular sub-genres...full story

See: Hemoptysis and Landmine Marathon in photos

Also: Purple Reign at Talking Stick Resort Last Night

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