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Fans relish creative costumes at Baltimore Comic-Con: 'Life's too short; why be boring?'

Fans relish creative costumes at Baltimore Comic-Con: 'Life's too short; why be boring?'

An emcee named the winners, and two 10-year-old girls jumped and screamed: one wearing blue hair, bunny ears and her brother's necktie; the other in a torn shirt, fur cuffs and a hand hook.

Isabella Martin of Dundalk and Skylar Ash of Virginia ran onstage as celebrities Sunday at the Baltimore Comic-Con, even if the cheering crowd wondered at their costumes, video-game characters of a killer bunny and road-kill fox.

"You screamed so loud," Skylar said to Isabella, and laughed.

The three-day comics celebration ended Sunday — That's all, folks! — with more than 40,000 people visiting the Baltimore Convention Center, organizers estimated. While...

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