A boy and his friends at Comic-Con

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By Donald H. Harrison

Donald H. Harrison

Donald H. Harrison

SAN DIEGO – Having just completed second grade at the Kavod Elementary School, a public school charter at which Hebrew is added to the regular English-language curriculum, my grandson Sky Masori now has two languages in which to exchange greetings.

But, of course, not all the personalities—alive or modeled—whom Sky met at Comic-Con spoke either of those two languages.  So my 8-year-old little name dropper happily called out their names and received in return a pose, a hug, or a high-five.

Sky’s fantasy friends include beings from the world of Disney to the superhero universe of the comic books and movies.

Here are some of Sky’s friends—and that little fellow in the yellow shirt, the one with the big smile, that’s a youngster experiencing his first Comic-Con.

Thor and friend

Thor and friend

Supergirl

Supergirl

Bizarro Superman

Bizarro Superman

 

Rosetta and Tinkerbell

Rosetta and Tinkerbell

Captain America

Captain America

 

Spiderman Symbiote

Spiderman Symbiote

 

White Raven

White Raven

 

Mad Hatter

Mad Hatter

Lego Hulk vs. Lego Hulk Buster

Lego Hulk vs. Lego Hulk Buster

 

Bowser

Bowser

 

Chewbacca

Chewbacca

 

Eruptor

Eruptor

 

Jet Vac

Jet Vac

 

Spitfire

Spitfire

 

Kaos

Kaos

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Harrison is editor of San Diego Jewish World.  You may comment to donald.harrison@sdjewishworld.com or post your comment on this website provided that the comment is civil and that you identify yourself by full name and by your city and state of residence.

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One Response to “A boy and his friends at Comic-Con”

  1. Maybe Sky will enjoy Jewish Comix Anthology when he’s older.

    http://www.jewishcomicsanthology.com

    –Steven Bergson, Toronto, Canada

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