SALT LAKE CITY — For many, being a fan of Salt Lake Comic Con events is like being part of a family.
In some cases, it's literal.
Kaylynn Wolfe, an elementary school teacher from Clearfield by day and costumed marvel by night, credits Utah's semiannual nerd conference (at least indirectly) with creating a new hobby for her and her mother, and introducing her to her husband.
Now, as the couple is busily planning for their baby boy due in July, they're also preparing to see their extended "comic con family" this weekend at FanX, happening Friday and Saturday at the Salt Palace Convention Center.
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