When you think about Fort Lauderdale, of all the things that pop into your head, chances are comic book conventions aren't one of them. And there's a reason for that. There aren't really any. But Joey Cammisa and Troy Humble are hoping to change that with Wap! Comic Con, Fort Lauderdale's first lar ... More >>
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