Puerto Rico Comic Con Hotel brings fantasy and fantasy lovers together again

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doors Puerto Rico Convention Center It opened today at noon to welcome fans of Japanese movies, video games, comedy, TV series and anime on the first day of the day. Puerto Rico Comic Con (PRCC) 2022This year, it celebrates its twentieth anniversary.

Long lines lined the parking lot on both sides of the venue as hundreds gathered for a pop culture event that brings together fans of all ages. The entertainment event has made a strong comeback after a two-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic. COVID-19[feminine].

The entry line moved quickly, in addition to registering the ticket, attendees had to show an ID or vacuum vaccination card.

Those who like to dress up were delighted to be in the same place with people who love imagination and live the fantasy world to their satiety. From outside to inside the first floor of the convention center, superheroes, cartoons, movies, and video game characters can be seen around every corner.

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“It’s not the first time I’ve been here, I think it’s the 5th time I’ve been here. It’s my first time wearing a costume and it was something I wanted to do and my partner motivated me to do it. It hasn’t been done in a long time due to the pandemic and I felt like it was something I could enjoy. This event is very good because it’s a place for people who have things in common, we can meet and share.This type of event is not usually seen in public and the young people who come here train and meet other people with similar tastes and communities.”The event is formed by other people who have similar tastes and communities,” said Coral Roig, who was dressed as Raven and Jose Guzman’s boyfriend, “We Became Friends,” looked like one of the characters from the Harry Potter saga.

For the young Luis Arnaldo Villavigne, this edition of Comic Con was his seventh. He pointed out that few events on the island promote and develop healthy, fun and creative entertainment for the whole family. “You have to promote the right values. In this case, young people can be free and it is a positive activity,” said Villavini.

This year, the young man has dressed up as characters from “Robotnik” and “Sonic”, because he loves everything about one of the oldest and most famous video games that have also been released on the big screen.

“I can’t wait to dress up and see others dress up. We are delighted with that. Seeing people and kids passionate about seeing you in disguise is really the amount and the reward you get. There are people out of curiosity, to see artists and celebrities or to see those who wear our clothes. Just to have a good time in peace, ”explained Villavini.

On the other hand, actors Jaden Martell s Mark Shepardas well as the director Kevin Smithare some of the artists who will perform this weekend as guests of the activity that continues today and tomorrow, starting at 9:00 a.m., at the Miramar.

on a tour new day With hundreds of exhibitors, actors preparing for their engagement, gamers in attendance, exhibitors of the game, while Japanese anime fans instantly sought out the best merchandise at establishments promoting Japanese culture. In fact, the most frequented establishments were those promoting Japanese products, clothing, anime merchandise, and artists.

Naida Reyes and her daughter Ayanami Diaz were among those who visited a mannequin carrying merchandise from the anime. Reyes pleased his daughter with the event they attended for the first time because the daughter is a fan of Japanese animation. Participants had the opportunity to obtain unique pieces, collectibles, cartoons, action figures, clothing and photos of celebrities and hundreds of international figures.

Other attendees enjoyed the dance performances, live art, and food, among many other activities.

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