The annual Animazement at the Raleigh Convention Center is this weekend. Many come with “cosplay,” donning costumes and accessories of their favorite animation, movie or video-game characters.
The annual Animazement at the Raleigh Convention Center is this weekend. Many come with “cosplay,” donning costumes and accessories of their favorite animation, movie or video-game characters. 2012 News & Oberserver File Photo newsobserver.com
The annual Animazement at the Raleigh Convention Center is this weekend. Many come with “cosplay,” donning costumes and accessories of their favorite animation, movie or video-game characters. 2012 News & Oberserver File Photo newsobserver.com

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