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2014 San Diego Comic-Con: A Look Back

Will Federman, Katie Buenneke |
July 28, 2014 | 8:37 p.m. PDT

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Spider-Man is one of the lesser known Starfleet cadets. (Will Federman/Neon Tommy)
Spider-Man is one of the lesser known Starfleet cadets. (Will Federman/Neon Tommy)

The doors have closed and over 130,000 denizens of geek culture have survived yet another San Diego Comic-Con. It was a weekend full of memories, frustration, excitement and all sorts of bizarre behavior.

SEE ALSO: 2014 San Diego Comic-Con: The Highs And Lows

And while America's love affair with Comic-Con has reached an all-time high, folks are already starting to worry that San Diego's prosperous relationship with event coordinators is nearing an end.

But forget about that nonsense! Now is a time to look back at all the images that defined a weekend of geek bliss and plan next year's trip to San Diego. Because Marvel still has more movies. A lot more.

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