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    Shelley Baron of Quebec poses with the Batmobile, owned by Vinny Donatelli of Auburn, at the Maine Cosplay Extravaganza, a two-day event at Thompson's Point. Baron, dressed as Batgirl attended the event with a group from Quebec know as La Ligue des Héros.

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    Attendees check out tables at the Maine Cosplay Extravaganza, a two-day event at Thompson's Point.

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    Esmé Breau-Robley, 9, dressed as "Harely Quinn" plays a video game with her father Chris Robley of Lewiston, dressed at "The Joker."

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    Mike White (seated) of Portland tries to roll start the Batmobile with help from Keith Dinsmore of Limerick, left, and Gil Pimentel of Cranston, RI, after the battery died. The vehicle belongs to Vinny Donatelli of Auburn, who attended the event as Batman and said he left the lights on for too long which drained the battery. Dinsmore, the co-organizer of the event is dressed as Batman and Pimentel is dressed as Jason, Wonder Woman's twin brother.

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    Dustin Holmes of South Paris, dressed as Spiderman, solves a Rubik's Cube in under two minutes while the Auger family of Auburn looks on. From left, Brendan, 9; Amber, 7; Taylor, 14; and Jason, their father.

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    Zach Pierce, left, 15, and Micah Murdock, 13, both of Cape Elizabeth take a break and sit outside while attending the Maine Cosplay Extravaganza at Thompson's Point. The costumes, which don't correlate to actual characters, were purchased by Pierce, who is an artist and has a great appreciation for art.

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    Brothers Christopher, left, and Scotty Grass of Gorham attend the Maine Cosplay Extravaganza, a two-day event at Thompson's Point. The brothers has been attending cosplay events for about three years but just started wearing Ghost Rider costumes this year, based on a 2007 film starring actor Nicolas Cage.

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    Surrounded by their friends, Ashton Sylvain, 13, left, and Dev Perris, 13, of North Yarmouth, center, look up as they watch magician Markus Steelgrave perform a trick. Sylvain is dressed as "Technoblade" and Perrin is dressed as "Ranboo', both based on Minecraft characters.

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    PORTLAND, ME - May 1: Keith Dinsmore of Limerick, co-organizer of the Maine Cosplay Extravaganza, a two-day event at Thompson's Point, is dressed as Batman on Sunday at the event. (Staff photo by Derek Davis/Staff Photographer)

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