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Watch this Ursula slay Comic-Con and the internet

His Ursula at Comic-Con was cosplay genius.

Los Angeles' Jose Davalos is no stranger to dressing up as Disney villains but at this year's Comic-Con he may have set the cosplay bar so high anyone coming after him is in for a formidable task. 

SD Pride Parade is the largest single-day civic event

The mayor said San Diego is coming off the best tourism year ever and these two events continually offer the best the city has to offer.

San Diego Pride Parade draws more people than Comic-Con each year and generates millions of dollars to the local economy. The parade sees an estimated 200,000 people; Comic-Con, 135,000. 

Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer and other community leaders including Councilmember Chris Ward discussed how these two major annual events are important for the city’s economy.

Comic-Con Center gets permanent residence in Balboa Park

A year-round tribute to Comic-Con will open in Balboa Park.

For San Diegans who want more Comic-Con than just the once-a-year pilgrimage to the Convention Center will get permanent installation which celebrates one of the biggest tributes to pop culture in the world.

Jim Winsor’s Out & About: Comic-Con Weekend in Hillcrest

Superheroes are descending upon Hillcrest for the 47th annual Comic-Con

Gay Pride in San Diego is over, it’s now time for Nerd Pride! Yes, Comic-Con 2016 is upon us already.

Here’s a list of geeky events happening this weekend in and around the gayborhood:

Thursday, July 21