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You don’t know who you might bump into at Deza-Con-IV.
The South-East’s biggest pop culture fair has in the past attracted a motley crew of elaborate dress-ups.
Such as a steampunk version of Mary Poppins, anime characters and troopers from Star Wars, Halo and Call of Duty.
Organised by founder Ray Condeza, the fair will host local artist Andrew Law sketching and promoting his upcoming book.
There will also be cosplay artists and their crafts, local comic writers and pop-culture stalls selling comics, toys and other collectables.
The Transformers Collectors Club of Australia and the Starfleet USS Southern Cross (Star Trek) Club will also be there.
Deza-Con-IV is at Narre Community Learning Centre, 4 Malcolm Court, Narre Warren on Saturday, 21 October, 10am-4pm; $5 entry, kids 12 and under are free.

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