Deadpool, a.k.a. Miles Klipper, was in attendance at the third annual GeekCon at Nanaimo Harbourfront Library Saturday. (KARL YU/News Bulletin)

MULTIMEDIA: Getting your geek on at Nanaimo Harbourfront Library

Comic book, sci-fi and video games descended at the library at downtown Nanaimo

Cosplayers, comic book, science fiction and video game aficionados descended on Nanaimo Harbourfront Library for the third annual GeekCon Saturday, March 24.

The drop-in event saw people dressed up as their favourite characters, board games, sword fights (with foam swords) and a shield-making workshop.

Here are images of the event and video of attendees talking about what they thought of the movie Star Wars: The Last Jedi.



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