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Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Hey St. Louis: Jason Momoa Is Coming and So Are We

Posted By on Tue, Feb 5, 2019 at 12:37 PM

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Do you know why they call him Aquaman? It’s because of what he does to panties.

Oh yes, your dream man Jason Momoa will soon be up in St. Louis for an appearance at Wizard World Comic-Con, the beloved (and huge) pop culture, gaming, cosplay and comic convention.

Wizard World happens in St. Louis at the Dome at America's Center from April 5-7. And on April 6, respected Justice League and Aquaman actor (and huge hunk of tasty flesh) Jason Momoa will be there to sign autographs and pose for photos with thirsty fans.

Momoa is not just a fine specimen displaying the magnificence of testosterone. He's also known for his funny fan photos, in which he frequently appears to be stealing your girl. People love to pose with him, pretending like he’s breaking up a couple by grabbing up the girlfriend and pushing away the boyfriend. (Or the reverse.)

Momoa's good-natured, easy way with his many fans make him impossible to hate, even when you remember how jealous you are that the lucky dog is married to Lisa Bonet. Meow.

Also in attendance at the event this year will be your favorite hobbit Sean Astin, Saturday Night Live’s Chris Kattan and more. To find out more details about how to get close to them or your favorite Hawaiian hottie, visit

And don't forget to bring your spray bottle.


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