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Slideshow: Preview of 2013 Wizard World Chicago Comic Con

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‘Mini-Me’ Verne Troyer from the Austin Powers film series.

CHICAGO – This weekend is one of the most exciting for Chicago area pop culture and comic fans. The 2013 Wizard World Chicago Comic Con opens Thursday, August 8th, and runs through Sunday, August 11th, at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois.

Slideshow: 34 Exclusive Celebrity Portraits at 2011 Wizard World Chicago Comic Con

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Anthony Michael Hall, star of ‘The Breakfast Club’ and ‘Sixteen Candles’

CHICAGO – The holidays are a perfect time to remember some of 2011’s great entertainment events, and one of them was the Wizard World Chicago Comic Con, which took place August 11th-14th. Celebrities such as Anthony Michael Hall, Lou Gossett Jr., LeVar Burton, Peter Tork and Bruce Campbell were there.

Slideshow: 46-Image Gallery For ‘I Love You, Man’ With Andy Samberg, Paul Rudd, Jason Segel

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Paul Rudd (left) and Jason Segel in I Love You, Man.


CHICAGO – This 46-image slideshow contains official press images for the comedy “I Love You, Man,” which stars Paul Rudd, Jason Segel, Rashida Jones, Andy Samberg, Jaime Pressly, Jon Favreau, J.K. Simmons, Thomas Lennon, Lou Ferrigno (of “The Incredible Hulk”), Joe Lo Truglio, Jane Curtin, Rob Huebel and Sarah Burns from director and screenwriter John Hamburg.

‘The Incredible Hulk’ Jacked Up on CGI Roids, But Medusa’s in His Face

CHICAGO – Technology has done double-edged service and disservice to the legendary Hulk superhero character from Stan Lee’s Marvel Comics.

In peering at the CGI-created ripped body of nothing remotely reminiscent of Edward Norton, the 2008 film iteration of “The Incredible Hulk” has a leg light years up on Lou Ferrigno’s character in the 1978 television series of the “The Incredible Hulk”.

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