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Fans and fantasy collide in one of the most creative and costumed events ever to come to Silicon Valley.
"Now, witness the power of this fully operational battle station." It's the inaugural Silicon Valley Comic Con in San Jose, California.
Madam Tussauds Wax Museum unveiled an incredibly realistic wax statue of Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak seen here posing side-by-side with the real Woz.
"Back to the Future" stars Lea Thompson and Michael J. Fox hugged as the came on stage with co-star Christopher Lloyd during a panel at Silicon Valley Comic Con on March 19, 2016.
The large, slug-like alien Jabba the Hutt, the most powerful crime boss on Tatooine.
"You've come here from a great distance," -- it's Doctor Emmett Brown's mind reading helmet from "Back to the Future."
A complete vintage Batman set on display at Silicon Valley Comic Con on Saturday, March 19, 2016.
A movie prop brochure from the original "Jurassic Park" movie.
Metalsouls sculptures of our movie and fantasy cultural heroes.
The way I see it, if you're gonna build a time machine into a car, why not do it with some style?
Arnold Schwarzenegger's ragged and worn Terminator jacket from the movie "The Terminator."
Kat Calderwood, from Fresno, California, is dressed as Captain Mal Reynolds of "Firefly" as she has her blood drawn as part of the on-site medical research projects Lifecapsule and ORIG3N.
Greg Atlas, from San Jose, California, dressed as female assassin 'Quiet' from Metal Gear Solid 5.
Adorable vintage-styled collectable wooden robots -- Rasterstache Robots -- on sale at Silicon Valley Comic Con in San Jose, California.
Check out that 4x4 -- it's Marty McFly's dream ride.
Wouldn't it be great to take that truck up to the lake?
With more than 30,000 attendees expected on Saturday, the floor of the San Jose Convention Center was packed as costumed fans posed for pictures
It's CNET's Jessica Dolcourt alongside the Madam Tussauds Wax Museum's versions of Apple cofounders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.
Even the most discerning imperial commander needs their morning latte.
Steve Wozniak wanted to bring together technology and science elements to meet pop culture -- and Silicon Valley Comic Con was born.
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