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For Comic-Con, home is where the heart is -- San Diego

For Comic-Con, home is where the heart is -- San Diego

The year was 1970, at the San Diego Golden State Comics Convention — the gathering that would become Comic-Con International — when science fiction author Ray Bradbury took the stage at the U.S. Grant Hotel. He had a message for the fewer than 300 attendees: Do not let others label your passion for comics or science fiction as mere escapism. "[All] these things that are looked on as escapes, it's not so," Bradbury said. "Don't let anyone hand you that nonsense. That's one of those trick words that we've had applied to various fields like science fiction, detective writing and comic strips. It's simply not true. It's a way of dreaming...

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