April 17, 2024 The Newspaper Serving LGBT Los Angeles

As Usual, Stan Lee’s L.A. Comic Con is Bringing Out the Best in Everyone

As Halloween gets closer and closer to becoming a reality, little kids and full-blown adults alike can be seen prancing through the streets of L.A. at any given moment. As if this wasn’t magical enough, Angelenos will be proud to know that there’s a place right here in town where every day is Halloween. I speak of Stan Lee’s L.A. Comic Con, where cosplayers of all types went this weekend to strut their stuff for the seventh year in a row. Of course, just like the famous costume-heavy holiday, it comes but once a year and then fades Brigadoon-like into the ether. But no matter–there’s no denying the magic of seeing the L.A. convention center full of superheroes, handmaids, and off-brand cartoon characters. Though just about everyone there was serving lewks, a few stood out more than others.

Pennywise is a perennial favorite, even when the “It” remake isn’t busting the box office.
For a few handmaids more…
Always a classic.
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