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Photo gallery: Steel City Con geeks up Monroeville Convention Center

| Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2014, 9:00 p.m.
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Nora Hoyle, 8, of Mt. Lebanon, accepts a gift from 'The Joker' and ' Harley' at the Steel City Con Toy and Comic Book Show at the Monroeville Convention Center on Friday Aug. 8, 2014. The show runs through Sunday afternoon.
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Joe Miller, age 17 of Allison Park (right) takes a selfie with his friend Riley Hosick, age 16 of Wexford and David Jones who is a Jurassic Park vet with Bob the Raptor at the Steel City Con Toy and Comic book Show at the Monroeville Convention Center on Friday Aug. 8, 2014. The show runs through Sunday afternoon.
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'Spider-Man' helps Courtney Clemm (Lady Loki) with a costume adjustment as others chat before the Teen Costume contest during the final day of the Steel City Con Toy and Comic Show at the Monroeville Convention Center on Sunday, Aug. 10, 2014.
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Lady Loki, Heather Ealy, and Avengers Loki, Alyssa LeCuyer, make their way through Steel City Con, where pop culture rules, at the Monroeville Convention Center over the weekend.
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Justin Shuey and Ron Neuman have a lttle fun with this 'back to the future' Steel City Time Machine on Aug 8. Steel City Con, where pop culture rules, packed the Monroeville Convention Center over the weekend.
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Justin Shuey sits in the drivers seat of this 'back to the future' Steel City Time Machine on Friday Aug 8. Steel City Con, where pop culture rules, packed the Monroeville Convention Center over the weekend.
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Members of one of the pop culture music groups get ready for a performance at the Steel City Con on Friday, Aug. 8, at the Monroeville Convention Center.
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