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Among the people dressed like supervillains, storm troopers and superheroes at the annual Virginia Comic-Con, you'll find Kirk O'Brien (pictured). The local artist likely won't be in costume, but he will have a comic book, "Spikey and Einstein," for you. It's about a little boy and his little dog. … who builds his science projects for him. Kevin Roberts, who illustrated the locally published "Sanctuary," will also be on hand. And of course, volumes of back issues of your favorite comics, along with scores of attractive women who can't get enough of men who read comics. In your dreams, fan-boy. The Comic-Con is Sunday, June 10, at Crowne Plaza Hotel, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tickets are $4. 303-0455.

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