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Hub City hosts first comic-con in April

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Southern Geek Fest is bringing a new attraction to the Pine Belt this year.

It is the first large pop-culture comic book convention in the area.  

The event will be held at the Forrest County multi-purpose center on April 2 and 3.

The event will feature sci-fi, superhero and fantasy characters.

Several celebrities are expected to attend, and merchants are packing out the building with gadgets and games.

For more information about Southern Geek Fest, click here.

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