Comic-Con returned to San Diego over the weekend, the first to be in-person in over two years.
Those in attendance all had to wear red wristbands after proving that they had either tested negative for Covid-19 or were vaccinated.
The three-day event was not as huge as its normal summer editions, but experts predict a number of 40 to 50 thousand people were in attendance.
San Diego Comic-Con was held virtually in 2020.
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