THE EYE

GAAM

Video games and comic books come alive

Keia Coenen, Alexander Salas (Team Rocket)
Marty F. Nemec
Tye and Isla Wallace
Marty F. Nemec
Stephen Vargas, Michelle Thompson
Marty F. Nemec
Stacy Engels, Sean Harkeli
Marty F. Nemec
Sovany Seng, Elier Ramos
Marty F. Nemec
Sarah Lemay
Marty F. Nemec
Miki Sarroca, Trey Walker
Marty F. Nemec
Mike and Heather Barksdale
Marty F. Nemec
Leland O’Brien, Sean Birch, Patrick Duffy
Marty F. Nemec
Katelyn Boschert, Jobeth Ahlum
Marty F. Nemec
Jeff Enriquez, Elena Rodriguez
Marty F. Nemec
J.P. Baldwin, Bobbie Fritz
Marty F. Nemec
Haley and Jared Murphy
Marty F. Nemec
Graham Hammond, Holly Kwaak
Marty F. Nemec
Clyde Dupree, Nathan Wagoner
Marty F. Nemec
Candy Keane, Brena Ebbing
Marty F. Nemec
Caitlin Marshall, Brett Mosher
Marty F. Nemec
Ashley Vess (Cosplay name: Kira Rhian)
Marty F. Nemec
Andrew Leatherby, Danielle Sikes
Marty F. Nemec
Jordan Carlson, John Haney, Saundra Chitty
Marty F. Nemec
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More than a thousand people attended GAAM, a games, art and music exhibit at The Museum July 13. People were dressed as comic book and video game characters ranging from favorites like Spider-Man and Pokemon’s Team Rocket to characters only diehard gamers would know like Tingle from "The Legend of Zelda" and the demon-fighting heroine from "Bayonetta." The event featured food, music, beer, a costume contest and a gaming room with more than 20 TVs. Props and games were for sale at multiple booths. One seller even had games from the NES, a video game console that was released in the U.S. in 1985.

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