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    Tim McMahon of Portland browses the aisles dressed as a storm trooper from "Star Wars" at at Portland Comic Expo 2019 at the Portland Expo on Sunday. McMahon bought the costume as a kit, which he said was like a “big model.” It took him about a month to complete.

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    Amy Yanofsky of Eddington 15, left, and Madyson Tortorella of Waterville, 14, pose with some of their purchases at Portland Comic Expo 2019 at the Portland Expo on Sunday. Yanofsky was dressed as Mikan Tsumiki and Tortorella as Chihiro Fujisaki, both from the video game Danganronpa.

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    Dustin Holmes of South Paris poses as Spider-Man. He was particularly excited to meet Joe St. Pierre, who is the author of many of the Spider-Man comics.

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    Kevin McGrory, right, Marcela Peres and their daughter Beatrix McGrory, all of Lewiston, dressed as Popeye and Olive Oyl.

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    Sam LaPlante, 13, of South Portland dressed as Beast Bendy from the video game Bendy and the Ink Machine. He made the costume with some help from his dad and it took “a couple of months.”

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    A pumpkin hand-painted by artist Kriev was part of the display at his booth.

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    Bud and Bonnie Santos of West Minot pose as the Riddler and the Riddler’s girlfriend.

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    David Cargo, dressed as one of his Dungeons and Dragons characters named Thorn Woodson, browses through board games.

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    Donovan Travers of South Paris and his daughters Desirae, 11, and Mia, 7, pose dressed as Mandalorians.

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    Mike Lavoie of Auburn, dressed as Kingpin from Marvel Comics, poses for a photo taken by Keith Dinsmore of Portland, who is the Old Port Batman.

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    Derek Saucier, left, of Saco and Brian Austin of South Portland, dressed as ghostbusters complete with homemade proton packs, chat with Mollie Dinsmore of Portland, dressed as Catwoman.

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    Thomas Mitchell of Berwick, 9, checks out the Jurassic Park Jeep with his friend Jackson Williams, 9, also of Berwick.

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