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Star Wars fans
While most conventioneers came to WonderCon to look at the art, many fans opted to imitate art, dressing up as their favorite comic-book and sci-fi characters. "Star Wars" attire was popular. Here, a few members from the Dark Side talk shop.
A lot of the fun for comic-book fans comes not only from collecting books but from collecting memorabilia. Shoppers swarmed several booths packed with toys, figurines, T-shirts and other collectibles.
Peter David, a prolific writer who has worked on stories featuring the Hulk, Spider-Man, Captain Marvel, "Star Trek" characters and Babylon 5, greets fans at WonderCon. David announced at the conference that he's signed an exclusive deal with Marvel Comics. Other big names who made appearances at WonderCon 2006 included independent filmmaker Kevin Smith, "Hellboy" creator Mike Mignola, "Spider-Man" contributor Frank Cho, and Frank Miller, who has worked on "Daredevil" and several Batman stories and also created "Sin City," which was adapted into a major motion picture in 2005.