Tabatha Christian, left, dressed as the anime character Pikachu, walked with Richard Latrell, dressed as a Mindcraft Captain America, through the MomoCon animation and gaming convention in Atlanta on May 29, 2015. The convention drew fans of Japanese animation, known also as anime, as well as American animation, comics, video and tabletop gaming.
Tabatha Christian, left, dressed as the anime character Pikachu, walked with Richard Latrell, dressed as a Mindcraft Captain America, through the MomoCon animation and gaming convention in Atlanta on May 29, 2015. The convention drew fans of Japanese animation, known also as anime, as well as American animation, comics, video and tabletop gaming. David Goldman AP
Tabatha Christian, left, dressed as the anime character Pikachu, walked with Richard Latrell, dressed as a Mindcraft Captain America, through the MomoCon animation and gaming convention in Atlanta on May 29, 2015. The convention drew fans of Japanese animation, known also as anime, as well as American animation, comics, video and tabletop gaming. David Goldman AP

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