Hemet Hosts Comics’ Celebration

Hemet Hosts Comics’ Celebration

Hemet – On Saturday, January 11, 2020 comic lovers gathered from across the region to participate in Hemet’s third annual “Get Your Comics-On Vol. 3.” Members of the community came together to share their love of comics, superheroes and anime at the Hemet Public Library. 

The day’s event included a superhero training camp for kids, an Anime Your Way drawing class and superhero crafts. Those in attendance also had an opportunity to take selfies with the Southland Ghostbusters, the 501st Legion, and R2D2.  There were also several vendors available and an artist alley for those wishing to purchase comic paraphernalia.

 

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