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Photos: Check out this year’s Boston Comic Con costumes

Dino Serbula, as Darth Vader, shared a moment with Amanda Granato, as Spider-Man.

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Dino Serbula, as Darth Vader, shared a moment with Amanda Granato, as Spider-Man.

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Fans flocked to Boston Comic Con, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary, Friday at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.

The convention, which runs through Sunday, is expected to draw more than 50,000 people.

Check out some highlights of this year’s costumes.

Dressed as Harley Quinn, Bethany Dornig passed through security at Boston Comic Con at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center on Friday. More than 50,000 fans are expected to attend the event, which runs through Sunday.

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Dressed as Harley Quinn, Bethany Dornig passed through security at Boston Comic Con at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center on Friday. More than 50,000 fans are expected to attend the event, which runs through Sunday.

Diego Espinola, 21, of Quincy dressed as Jhin from "League of Legends." “He's one of my favorite characters from the game,” Espinola said. “He has the most fun personality . . . for him everything is a performance. Everything has to be beautiful."

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Diego Espinola, 21, of Quincy dressed as Jhin from "League of Legends." “He's one of my favorite characters from the game,” Espinola said. “He has the most fun personality. . . . For him everything is a performance. Everything has to be beautiful."

Sophia Murphy, 4, of Andover dressed as Captain America. She said she likes Captain America because "he flings his shield and protects people."

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Sophia Murphy, 4, of Andover dressed as Captain America. She said she likes Captain America because "he flings his shield and protects people."

Elias Winslow, 2, of Oxford, greeted R2-D2.

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Elias Winslow, 2, of Oxford, greeted R2-D2.

Identical twin brothers Brian and Conner White, 22, of Billerica dressed as Jason Voorhees (“Friday the 13th”) and Leatherface (“The Texas Chainsaw Massacre”).

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Identical twin brothers Brian and Conner White, 22, of Billerica dressed as Jason Voorhees (“Friday the 13th”) and Leatherface (“The Texas Chainsaw Massacre”).

Dressed as Spider-Man, Alejandro Loza, of Manchester, N.H., used his phone to take a video of a line.

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Dressed as Spider-Man, Alejandro Loza, of Manchester, N.H., used his phone to take a video of a line.

Caroline Maher of Moultonborough, N.H., dressed as Gracie Law from the movie “Big Trouble in Little China.”

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Caroline Maher of Moultonborough, N.H., dressed as Gracie Law from the movie “Big Trouble in Little China.”

Olivia Murphy, 12, of Andover, dressed as Plue from “Fairy Tail.” She spent a month making the mask out of paper mache. "I think he's cute," she said.

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Olivia Murphy, 12, of Andover, dressed as Plue from “Fairy Tail.” She spent a month making the mask out of paper mache. "I think he's cute," she said.

Dino Serbula, as Darth Vader, shared a moment with Amanda Granato, as Spider-Man. The couple has been dating for two years.

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Dino Serbula, as Darth Vader, shared a moment with Amanda Granato, as Spider-Man. The couple has been dating for two years.

Ry Brooks, 19, of Rollinsford, N.H., dressed as Marcus from the game “Rising Son of Rome.” The history buff said he made the costume and helmet himself.

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Ry Brooks, 19, of Rollinsford, N.H., dressed as Marcus from the game “Rising Son of Rome.” The history buff said he made the costume and helmet himself.

Eva Marciano, 13, of Beverly dressed as Sans from “Undertale.”

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Eva Marciano, 13, of Beverly dressed as Sans from “Undertale.”

Damien Jordan, 37, of Waterville, Maine, dressed as Hackman from DC Comics. He said he tries to pick a different costume every year.

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Damien Jordan, 37, of Waterville, Maine, dressed as Hawkman from DC Comics. He said he tries to pick a different costume every year.

Sara Hopkinson dressed as the Red Queen from “Alice in Wonderland.” She said, "I always found her to be a strong character, and my daughter is always Alice in Wonderland."

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Sara Hopkinson dressed as the Red Queen from “Alice in Wonderland.” She said, "I always found her to be a strong character, and my daughter is always Alice in Wonderland."

A group of youths dressed as characters from “Love Live! School Idol Project.”

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A group of youths dressed as characters from “Love Live! School Idol Project.”

Jenna Wayen, 18, of Quincy dressed as Harley Quinn from “Batman.” “She's my favorite comic character," she said.

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Jenna Wayen, 18, of Quincy dressed as Harley Quinn from “Batman.” “She's my favorite comic character," she said.

Justin Curry, dressed as Superman, and Dan Kline, dressed as Sub-Zero, waited in line.

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Justin Curry, dressed as Superman, and Dan Kline, dressed as Sub-Zero, waited in line.

Lafayette Bannister, as Han Solo, kissed Shawna Eastman, as Princess Leia. The couple was celebrating their six-month anniversary.

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Lafayette Bannister, as Han Solo, kissed Shawna Eastman, as Princess Leia. The couple was celebrating their six-month anniversary.

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