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Fans and Freaks: The Culture of Comics and Conventions (2002)

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Fans and Freaks: The Culture of Comics and Conventions is a romp through the fantastic world of science fiction, anime, fantasy, and horror fandom.


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Welcome to the world of Japanese action heroes, furry creatures, medieval adventurers, space travelers, and so much more.... Welcome to the world of fandom. You will begin your fantastic journey in a small comic book store where the owner introduces you to fans of Japanese animation and Star Trek. Then you will expand your journey to small local conventions where you will meet Selina Desire: Cat Goddess of Love and a girl obsessed with Zena: Warrior Princess. Next you will travel to enormous conventions where you will see amazing giant monsters wrestle, incredible costumes, loud rock bands, and shocking side show performers. You will finally get a true look at the world of the "Furries". Your journey rockets to a conclusion with an electrifying stunt so dangerous it is included in the records of Ripley's Believe it, of not! Written by Stephen Lackey

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Maybe you're different, maybe you're strange, you are not alone





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Entertaining noncondescending look at comic conv culture
28 April 2003 | by (Nashville, TN) – See all my reviews

Inside look at the people who go to comic conventions without putting them down or making fun of them. You meet a lot of interesting characters and see some weird stuff, well it was weird to me anyway. Will make you want to check out a convention or two.

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