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    Costumes are serious business at Comic Con 2017, with cosplayers spending months and weeks on their outfits. Jacob LaRocca, @rocketprops on Twitter, repairs cosplayers' costumes on the spot, free of charge. In the first two days of the convention, he had patched 95 costumes already.

Costumes are serious business at Comic Con 2017, with cosplayers spending months and weeks on their outfits. Jacob LaRocca, @rocketprops on Twitter, repairs cosplayers' costumes on the spot, free of charge. In the first two days of the convention, he had patched 95 costumes already. Aleksandra Konstantinovic The Fresno Bee
Costumes are serious business at Comic Con 2017, with cosplayers spending months and weeks on their outfits. Jacob LaRocca, @rocketprops on Twitter, repairs cosplayers' costumes on the spot, free of charge. In the first two days of the convention, he had patched 95 costumes already. Aleksandra Konstantinovic The Fresno Bee

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