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James Hannon (born 1967 in Norwood, Bronx, New York), is an Irish-American author and filmmaker.
Hannon may be best known for his documentary "Out of Our Dens: The Richard and the Young Lions Story" (2004), about the 1960s garage band Richard and the Young Lions.
In August 2010, Hannon released his book Lost Boys of the Bronx: The Oral History of the Ducky Boys. The book, formerly a video documentary project, focuses on the real life Ducky Boys gang in the Bronx in the mid-1960s, as seen in the feature film The Wanderers (1979).
In June 2018, Hannon released his book Anatomy of a Cosplayer: Tales from Behind the Mask. The book tells the behind-the-scenes stories of people who put on costumes and go out to events such as comic book conventions, Renaissance fairs and charity events.
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- "Lost Boys of the Bronx: The Oral History of the Ducky Boys Gang" (August 2010)
- "Anatomy of a Cosplayer: Tales from Behind the Mask" (June 2018)
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