BLOG | Why you should go to WonderCon this weekend (PHOTOS within)

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March 28, 2011

Cosplayers dressed as anime characters at WonderCon. (All photos by Melodie Miu)

Costumes! Panels! Merch!

This weekend from Friday to Sunday, April 1-3, 2011 will be the annual WonderCon in the Moscone Center South in San Francisco. Having gone several times and had a blast, I highly recommend Millsies to register online as soon as possible because admission is cheaper.

Such events include the WonderCon Masquerade, a screening of Star Wars: “Last Fan Movie Standing,” the world premiere of the superhero film Green Lantern: Emerald Knights and followed by the Green Lantern movie panel.

You can read up on their program schedule here to see what’s happening, who’s going, etc.

Ticket information:

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Children ages 11-and-under are free with adult paid ticket

* Junior: 12-17 years of age; Senior: 60 or more years old

From the WonderCon website:

      “Remember: Your WonderCon badge gets you access to all events onsite at the convention – space permitting — including panels, programs, screenings, and the giant Exhibit Hall. There are no extra fees!”

Not convinced? Here some photos from last year’s WonderCon 2010 below:


It’ll be a huge gathering in Downtown San Francisco (Just across the bridge!)

Located in the Moscone Center South.

Tons of merchandise

Get to meet some well-known artists and celebrities of geekdom

Great amount of costumes

Storm from the X-Men franchise.

Nightcrawler from X-Men.

Cute father-and-daughter superhero duo.

Check out the rest of photos in the slideshow below:


Want to go but feel intimidated? You can contact the Mills College Anime Alliance at 1animealliance [at] gmail [dot] com for more info about their group outing to WonderCon this weekend.

Here is our recommended transit route:

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BLOG | Why you should go to WonderCon this weekend (PHOTOS within) was published on March 28, 2011 in Blogs, Multimedia, Photos

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