Comic book and movie aficionados rub elbows with heroes and villains during the third annual Amazing Hawaii Comic Convention.
The Ghost Rider — in this case James Ishizaki from Mililani — rides his bike through the Hawaii Convention Center during the 2017 Amazing Hawaii Comic Con, which was held Friday through Sunday.
“Star Wars” stormtroopers pose for photographs with attendees at the third annual comics convention.
Large Lego versions of Spiderman and Iron Man mingled with attendees. More than 100 comic book vendors were on hand, along with about 150 comic book artists.
Jonathan Quilantang, 4, of Wahiawa, sported a Hulkbuster version of the Iron Man costume.
Cole Poziembo was a Motorized Patriot depicting George Washington. Other versions of the video game characters include Abraham Lincoln and Benjamin Franklin.
Kamakani De Dely as the blue hero Yondu from the “Guardians of the Galaxy” movie series was a big hit at the convention.
Some convention attendees wore costumes themselves.
Andrew Takai showed up as a package of Morton’s Salt.
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