San Diego Comic Con has wrapped up, and E3 has been long over, which means two of the biggest "nerd" conventions are gone until next year. That's OK! If you've ever been to a convention like that, no matter how much fun you have or think it will be, you'd know that going too often will take years off your life. But still, you'll miss the nerds dressed up, the celebrities you can't help but love and the people who take this stuff so seriously.
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