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A parade participant dressed as a character from the movie "300" is seen at the annual Dragon Con sci-fi and fantasy convention on Saturday, Aug. 31, 2013, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/ Ron Harris)
AP PHOTOS: Dragon Con draws huge sci-fi crowd
First Published Sep 01 2013 06:50 pm • Last Updated Sep 01 2013 07:20 pm

ATLANTA • Wookies, Daleks and scantily-clad comic book characters called Atlanta home this weekend while attending the annual Dragon Con science fiction and fantasy convention. It’s the rough equivalent of three consecutive days of Halloween held in high-rise Atlanta hotels.

The annual event features panel discussions on time-travel, round-table talks about the philosophical aspects of Star Trek and seminars on gory make-up techniques for horror film fans. Here is a look at some of the people who spent the weekend with like-minded fans of fantasy.

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