Curious ComicCon took place May 4 at Country Club Centre, benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Vancouver Island. Here, Max Dowie and Yoda tell potential padawans to “unlearn what they have learned.” (KARL YU/News Bulletin)

WATCH: Satisfying curiosity about cosplay at Nanaimo comic book convention

Convention in Nanaimo benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of central Island

Comic book, video game and cosplay aficionados were at Country Club Centre in Nanaimo today for Curious ComicCon.

Benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Vancouver Island, video games, comics, virtual reality and art were on display at the convention.

Here are some images.



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