In this file photo, Connor Lindau, who has autism, hugs Adam Canon, dressed as a Magma Trooper from Star Wars, as Connor’s mother, Crystal Landau (left) watches during the first day of the Tree City Comic Con. “He (Connor) is just in heaven being here,” Crystal said.
In this file photo, Connor Lindau, who has autism, hugs Adam Canon, dressed as a Magma Trooper from Star Wars, as Connor’s mother, Crystal Landau (left) watches during the first day of the Tree City Comic Con. “He (Connor) is just in heaven being here,” Crystal said. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
In this file photo, Connor Lindau, who has autism, hugs Adam Canon, dressed as a Magma Trooper from Star Wars, as Connor’s mother, Crystal Landau (left) watches during the first day of the Tree City Comic Con. “He (Connor) is just in heaven being here,” Crystal said. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
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Deeds: Tree City Comic Con is gone, but ‘Star Wars’ actors are still coming

November 05, 2015 2:31 PM

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