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? As a first-time attendee at Dragon Con, I had only a general idea of what to expect. I expected seeing costumes that ranged further than my imagination could go and intricate make-up and props that took months to prepare. But I hadn’t expected there to be so much humor. The cleverness of some of these costumes is what really set Dragon Con's Downtown parade apart from others. With this image in particular, without humor it could just be a snapshot from any Disney parade. With it however, this Pinocchio stands unique. This was one of my favorite parts of the whole Dragon Con experience — seeing the blending of beloved costumed characters with the personality of the people who so carefully crafted them.



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