Fans turn out for Heroes and Villains FanFest

Super-fans filled the Meadowlands Expo Center Sunday for the Heroes and Villains FanFest.



The event was the second FanFest in New Jersey this year.



Fans were able to enjoy vendors as well as celebrity meet and greets.



The event also took donations for military care packages for the Fourth of July holiday weekend.



"It's called Heroes Helping Heroes, and what we've been doing all week is allowing attendees, celebrities, everyone to make care packages and write thank you notes to our heroes overseas who are helping us all the time," said FanFest Vice President Jackie Prutsman.



Heroes Helping Heroes is in partnership with the Major Stuart Adam Wolfer Institute.



Organizers say the Heroes and Villains FanFest will return to New Jersey next year.


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