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Turtles topic of federal lawsuit

Comic Con wraps up two-day run in Clovis.

 

September 16, 2018

Jamie Cushman

From left, Kendall Nutt dressed as Leonardo, Richard Usher and Israel Garcia, dressed as Raphael, perform during the Clovis Comic Con.

CLOVIS — Moments after Marc Anthony Baca led a chant of "turtle power" to pump up the crowd, individuals wearing costumes nearly identical to those popularized by the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles took the stage at the Clovis Comic Con on Saturda...



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Reader Comments
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Violet Lopez writes:

I’m quite disappointed in the journalist who missed out on the great things going on at the Civic Center this past weekend. This article took a mans dream to bring something fantastic to his hometown and tried to make it look demeaning. SHAME ON YOU FOR PRINTING THIS ARTICLE. Do you realize all the positive things that were happening inside? Did you stop to see the joy in peoples faces? Or tickets given to special needs children or some under privileged families? Despicable journalism.

Steve Gershon writes:

Are you kidding me?? thats all. Over 400 people and kids and adults all dressed for the occasion and a short story about Mark's problems with infringement. Crazy nothing good enough for good ole Clovis.

 
 
 

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