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AUG 17 2016
Marvel, Image & Wonder Woman's 75th Anniversary Kick of LBCC's Programming Announcements
Comic Book Resources has the exclusive roll out of some of the top notch panels our awesome programming department has put together to keep you entertained and informed at the 2016 Long Beach Comic Con.

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AUG 12 2016
Registration is Now Open for the LBCC 2016 Cosplay Contest!
One of the Most Celebrated Events of Long Beach Comic Con Returns
on September 17!

Just over a month before the doors open to the seventh annual Long Beach Comic Con, MAD Event Entertainment is pleased to announce registration is now open for this year's Cosplay Contest!

Hosted by cosplayers Art Rhapsody & ChadHatter, this year's contest takes place on Saturday 9/17 at 7:00pm in Room S7 in the Long Beach Convention Center.

"Cosplay has always been one of the most celebrated parts of the show," says Executive Director and Co-Founder, Martha Donato. "It is very important that our show be friendly to cosplay in every aspect, on and off the show floor, with programming and events geared toward cosplayers from beginners to professionals. Our annual cosplay contest has grown into one of the highlights of the show, and it is always exciting to see the passion that goes into all of the costumes of our participants."

Entries for this year's Long Beach Comic Con Cosplay Contest will include several categories.

Awards will be given for: Best Hero, Best Villain, Best Youth, Best Group, Funniest, Best Tv/Movie, Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Judges' Choice, and of course, Best in Show. Judges will be scoring for overall difficulty, creativity, accuracy(for recreation), and showmanship/character. Look for further announcements on prizing in the coming weeks!

All participants must register in advance, and complete rules and registration info can be found here!

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AUG 2 2016
The 2016 Long Beach Comic Con is a Month and a Half Away!
Hello fans & friends, yes, it's hard to believe that as of this posting the 2016 LBCC is just a month and two weeks away. We are still hard at work putting all the finishing touches on this year's con and can't wait to spend the weekend with you all.

We've announced some awesome new guests this week including the co-creator of Marvel's Winter Soldier and Image Comics' VELVET artist Steve Epting and X-23 creator and Thor & Thor: Dark World producer Craig Kyle. Craig will be signing in the CGC Comics booth at LBCC.

New York Times bestselling illustrator & writer Colleen Doran, My Little Pony artist Amy Mebberson, BSG's "Boomer" Herb Jefferson Jr. and writer/producer Sandy King Carpenter will all be joining us September 17 & 18 at the Long Beach Convention Center.

On the cosplay side we are very happy to welcome Vegas Power Girl back to Cosplay Corner, and excited to have Maid of Might & Hendo Art making their first appearance at LBCC.

And we have A LOT more coming, so be sure to stay tuned here and on our social media for the latest updates!

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JUL 18 2016
Captain America, Morning Glories & The Fix Writer Nick Spencer Coming to LBCC!
Nick Spencer and Joe Eisma Celebrate 50 Issues Together in Long Beach This September!

Two months before Long Beach Comic Con returns to the Long Beach Convention Center, and MAD Event Entertainment is pleased to announce the addition of Nick Spencer and Joe Eisma, the team behind the critically acclaimed Image Comics series Morning Glories to this year's show!

Nick Spencer and Joe Eisma's critical darling and commercial success celebrates 50 consecutive issues today with the release of a special 64-page issue commemorating five years of mystery with a blockbuster Season Two finale!

In addition to his long running original series at Image, Nick Spencer is recently known for his Captain America: Steve Rogers series, which has had fans and critics alike talking for months. Spencer has also previously worked on multiple titles at DC and Marvel respectively, and is the creator of Bedlam and Thief of Thieves at Image.

Joe Eisma has done work for Boom Studios as well as Long Beach Comic Con exhibitor, IDW, drawing such series as Big Trouble in Little China and G.I. Joe: Cobra!

Spencer and Eisma will appear throughout the weekend, and together on the Image Comics panel on Saturday September 17 at 2 pm!

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We'll be adding guests all the time so make sure you check back often and see if your favorite creator or media star will be coming to the Long Beach Comic Con, September 17th & 18th, 2016.
Long Beach Comic Con boasts a wide range of exhibitors which includes comic book publishers, small press publishers, video game companies, modern comic book retailers, gold & silver age retailers, toy retailers, manga & anime retailers and much more. We will be adding exhibitors often so be sure to check back. If you would like to exhibit at Long Beach Comic Con please contact James Ross for more info.
  • 4 Color Fantasies/A3 Publishing - 1013
  • 501st Legion - 454
  • A Fistful of Comics & Protection - 855
  • Agents of Cosplay - COS10
  • Alicia Marie - COS2
  • All American Support; DBA Adorkable Tees - 860
  • All American Support; DBA Adorkable Tees - 860
  • - 715
  • Amber Brite - COS7
  • AMO Marketing Inc. - 1055
  • Amy Mebberson - ANI21
  • Andromeda Designs Limited - 857
  • Angelo's Comics - 419
  • Anime Books - 1019
  • Anime Los Angeles - 315
  • Animetasia Inc - 400
  • Anomaly Productions - 1021
  • Art Prints - 1064
  • Art Supply Warehouse - 1043
  • - 757
  • Arthur Burghardt - ANI3
  • Artnwordz - 450
  • Atomic Basement Entertainment & Ninth Circle Studios - 1133
  • Aurthur Burghardt
  • Bakersfield Comic Con - 513
  • Bboy Spider-Man - COS3
  • Beer Money Props
  • Bert's Comics - 609
  • Big Pop Toys - 1119
  • Big Red Comics - 413
  • Blade Daddy - 309
  • Blick Art Materials - 401
  • Bob the Artist - 444
  • Bobbie Bee Customs - 560
  • Bobby's Comics - 1219
  • Brittnee Braun Designs - 455
  • CA-V: California Mothership - 360
  • Capes & Cowls Collectibles - 1120
  • CBC Apparel and Collectibles - 339
  • CBCS - 654
  • CGC, Comics Guaranty Company, LLC. - 819
  • Champion Comics - 621
  • Chris Copeland - ANI23
  • Chris Gore
  • - 448
  • Classic Plastix - 345
  • Collector's Edge - 564
  • Colorworld Books - 954
  • Comic Cellar - 519
  • Comic Madness - 719
  • Comic Toons Toys - 1114
  • Comic Wise - 721
  • Concepts by Jeff - 665
  • Conceptual Imagination - 1233
  • Confessions of a Zombie Killer Clothing - 557
  • Cryptidzoo - 1060
  • Cy the Elephant - 1235
  • Daniel Cabuco
  • Daniel De Leon - ANI9
  • Dark Hall Mansion - 303
  • Dark Planet Comics - 1130
  • Dave & Adams Card World - 755
  • Dave's Comics - 619
  • Desert Wind Enterprises - 1008
  • Dino Andrade - ANI15
  • Dollman Collectables - 1012
  • Dr. Hogan-Berry's Extraodinary Emporium of Genre Jewelry - 1121
  • E.I. School Of Professional Makeup - 903 & 965
  • Ed Robertson Comics - 613
  • Elveen's Comics - 521
  • End Malaria Now - 414
  • EntertainArt - 655
  • Envy Us - COS18
  • Epic Cosplay Wigs - 332
  • Evil Ted - COS23
  • F.Y.E./Transworld Entertainment - 901
  • Failure 2 Loot - 343
  • FineComicCollectibles - 432
  • First Person Clothing - 337
  • Frank & Sons - 856
  • Friend's Junction - 438
  • Fusion Designs - 1225
  • FVF Comics - 917
  • Galaxy Press - 1102
  • Game Swappers - 865
  • GeekChic Promotions - 1009
  • GeekFest Film Fest - 308
  • Geeks 4 Kourageous Kids - COS11
  • GoDaddyo's Comicbook Hideout - 1025
  • Golden Apple - 914
  • GraphicLab Tees - 506
  • Greg White Comic Books - 1220
  • Greg Yantz (Disney Pins) - 1131
  • Hal Lublin - ANI7
  • Hank Garrett - ANI5
  • Harley Yee Rare Comics - 514
  • Hendo Art Cosplay - COS5
  • Herb Jefferson Jr.
  • Hero Initiative - 813
  • Heroic Fine Art Gallery - 713
  • - 760
  • Hoku Props
  • Horror Writers Association - 808
  • I Am Retro - 864
  • I Had Those Toys - 1051
  • Ink Smith Publishing - 1234
  • J & L Collectibles - 1156
  • James Barlog - 1135
  • James Silvani - ANI20
  • Jax Jocson - ANI8
  • Jay Company Comics - 421
  • JesseJFR - 556
  • Joe Benitez - 430
  • Joe Benitez - 430
  • Joey McCormick - ANI10
  • Jonathan Perkins - 657
  • JPI - 660
  • Karate Petshop - 1142
  • KCCEDGE - 350
  • Kevin Conroy
  • Kids Can Cosplay - COS13
  • Kreativity Events - 565
  • Kymera Press, Inc. - 1126
  • Leelo Jewelry - 1144
  • Lewis Galleries - 555
  • Linz Stanley - COS26
  • Lisa Pinelli - COS6
  • Loganspop Comics - 1213
  • Loren Lester
  • Magic and Monsters - 1007
  • Maid of Might - COS4
  • Man vs. Rock - 1232
  • Man vs. Rock - 1232
  • Mandalorian Mercs Costume Club - 356
  • Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament - 955
  • MEGA64 INC. - 503
  • Michael Bell - ANI1
  • Mike Collins & The Tiki Machine
  • Mike Collins & The Tiki Machine - 1132
  • Mike Kunkel & The Astonish Factory - 1033
  • Miss Piratesavvy - COS21
  • Morgan Lofting - ANI2
  • MoYou Nails - 1003
  • Mr. Pinski Props
  • Ms. Martha's Corset Shoppe - 313
  • - 561
  • Nerd Mafia - COS12
  • NERDHERDER - 407
  • Nerdrotic - 861
  • Nerds Like Us - COS28
  • NovaTees - 1054
  • NPC Comics - 1241
  • Oddball Books - 1231
  • - 661
  • Order of Gallifrey - 361
  • P Dot's Comics & Collectibles - 1150
  • Paint By Pixel - 465
  • Patrick Scullin - 1027
  • Pen 2 Paper Entertainment - 1226
  • Peter Paul - ANI19
  • Phantom Zone Comics - 908
  • Phil LaMarr - ANI17
  • Planet Awesome - 348
  • Pop! Comics - 821
  • Printed in Blood - 709
  • PRISM Comics - 603
  • Punkstuff - 960
  • Rapid Scan 3D - 907
  • Rattlecan Heroes - 1057
  • Ray's Occult Toy Store - 457
  • Rio Vista Universal / Fallen Angel Press - 403
  • Ripen Collectibles - 765
  • RobotechX - 460
  • Rosarium Publishing - 1139
  • Ryan Meinerding - 961
  • Saber Guild Temple Prime - 357
  • Sam Grinberg - ANI11
  • Sam's Club - 333
  • Savvy Sox - 1015
  • SCG Distribution - 507
  • SCROOZE Toys - 854
  • SGX Print - 1037
  • - 1115
  • Sick Bird - 1238
  • Sire's Crown qv - 502
  • Sly's Comics - 761
  • Smart Pencil Designs
  • SmokeTree Workshop - 964
  • Star Force Collectibles - 415
  • Steampunk Poker/Rankinstein - 664
  • Stella Chuu - COS19
  • Steven Gordon
  • Steven Gordon - ANI18
  • Stranger Comics - 807
  • Superheros in Training - 349
  • Susan Eisenberg - ANI14
  • Swag Cabin - 461
  • TBHOUSE INC. - 956
  • TeeTurtle - 809
  • Tend Insights Inc. - 307
  • Terry's Comics - 515
  • TG Comics 512 - 656
  • The Bag Depot - 1016
  • The Brands Boutique - 1058
  • The Cosplay Initiative - COS9
  • The Drunken Quill Society - 330
  • The Girl Scouts - 1108
  • The Marvel Report - COS8
  • The Rational Past - 913
  • The Rebel Legion-Sunrider Base - 354
  • The Shirt Shop, LLC - 756
  • The Sun News / Tee No Evil - 708
  • The Wrestling Guy - 959
  • TMAF - 909
  • Tony Raiola Books - 615
  • Toy Arena - 409
  • Toy Mandala - 1113
  • - 1001
  • Toyz in The Box - 317
  • Travis Hanson - 1031
  • Travis Wester
  • Treasure Island Sports Inc. - 300
  • Troy Baker
  • True Edge Knives - 554
  • Vegas Power Girl - COS20
  • Vivid Vivka - COS17
  • Weatherly Studio - 764
  • West Coast Cards - 1125
  • Wondermark - 506
  • Wyng'd Lyon Creations - 1127
  • Yo Joe Depot - 416
  • Zack Hoffman - ANI4
  • Zombie Patrol - 1049
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    Artist Alley is the heart of Long Beach Comic Con and we know it's why so many people come to comic cons. We are proud to have one of the largest Artist Alleys not only in California, but the entire U.S. With big name talent, indy talent, web comics talent, pencilers, inkers, colorists, letters and even writers there is sure to be something for everyone to enjoy.

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  • Nikki Abrego - Art of Nikke Abrego - Q3
  • Mauricio Abril - Mauricio Abril Art - P4
  • Adewale Agboke - Sanusi Vision - A8
  • Janene Aksoy - The Armoured Rose - U5
  • Clifford Alcarez - Nerds Making Stuff
  • Jason Shawn Alexander - L8
  • Karl Alstaeter - L2
  • Joanna Ames - N3
  • Gavin Andazola - The Stone Legacy - U8
  • Melissa Ann - The Beee Hive - N9
  • David Arroyo - G4
  • Dave Baker
  • Courtney Baldwin - Decalzilla - R1
  • Rick Bas - R10
  • Brett Bean - Brett Bean - G6
  • Jason Beckwith - Never Static Pictures - L6
  • Brett Bennett - J5
  • Will Blagg - The Brass Wardrobe - F6
  • Brett Booth - Brett Booth - J10
  • Bobby M. Breed - Bobby M. Breed - M8
  • Barry Caldwell - M7
  • Michael Calero - Michael Calero Art - A9
  • Eric Canete - Eric Canete - C5
  • Allen Carter - Carter Comics - I8
  • Christopher Cayco - CCAYCO: Artwork by Christopher Cayco - E7
  • Justin Cermak - Data Red Comics - O4
  • Janet Chan - The Little Things - D10
  • Cindy Chow - Cindy Chow Photography - K3
  • June Chung - June Chung - A4
  • Joe Clark - Joseph Clark Art
  • Angela L. Costello - B6
  • Stella Crego - T4
  • Dave Crosland - Dave Crosland - L10
  • Nichole Cubbage - BottiVingelo - A10
  • Dennis Culver - Dennis Culver - H9
  • Peter David - Peter David - N1
  • Karina Delgado - R7
  • Vito Delsante - Vito Delsante - F3
  • Daniel DeSosa - Backwards Burd Comics - T9
  • Barbra Dillon - Fanboy Comics - I10
  • Huy Dinh - Weearts - O6
  • Colleen Doran - Colleen Doran - N2
  • Jed Dougherty - A3
  • Alexandra Dubeau - Wee Bit O' Geek & Freak - R9
  • Corinee Dubeau - Wee Bit O' Geek & Freak
  • Brandon Easton - Brandon Easton - K10
  • Max Egorov - Royal Flush Studios - J2
  • Joe Eisma - Joe Eisma - K1
  • Steve Epting - Steve Epting - D6
  • Ricky Fang - Hooksnfangs - I9
  • Rosa Felix - Crafty Felix - O7
  • Emily Felt - Olive and the Underworld - M5
  • Tomas Figueroa - D4
  • Nate Flamm - Nate Flamm - F9
  • Tony Fleecs - Tony Fleecs - H10
  • Chandler Ford - N4
  • Derek Fridolfs - Derek Fridolfs - E4
  • Kelley Frisby - Audrey Miller- Kellsworth Ink - F7
  • Jaime Gambell - L3
  • Jamie Gambell - Jamie Gambell - L3
  • Brianna Garcia - L4
  • Ale Garza - F10
  • Juan Gedeon - Juan Gedeon - B4
  • Morghan Gill - The Art of Morghan Gill - T3
  • Kevin Glover - Scary Tales Publishing - E9
  • Joel Gomez - Joel Gomez - C9
  • Nicole Goux - Nicole Goux - D8
  • Keron Grant - Keron Grant - A6
  • Joshua Hauke - Joshua Hauke - L7
  • Russ Heath - Russ Heath - B10
  • Ray-Anthony Height - Ray-Anthony Height - F4
  • Anthony Helmer - Anthony Helmer - P6
  • Shannon Hoage - I4
  • Tom Hodges - Tom Hodges - L5
  • Alexander Hoffman - Tales of Absurdity - A7
  • Madeleine Holly-Rosing - Boston Metaphysical Society Comics - J8
  • Leanne Huynh - Leanne Huynh - E8
  • Eli Hyder
  • Georges Jeanty - Georges Jeanty - S1
  • Scott Johnson - Haunted Sketches - O3
  • Joëlle Jones - C1
  • Tamara Jones - Mystic - G1
  • K.J. Kaminski - Big Blue Comics - R3
  • Crystal Kan - U4
  • Eric Kelly - Quad Nine Art - B8
  • Kris Kenhasukjaren - Minion Me - B7
  • Danielle Kerper - D. Kerper Arts - Q7
  • Barbara Randall Kesel - Barbara Randall Kesel - U10
  • Ryan KIncaid - O2
  • Scott Koblish - Scott Koblish - I5
  • Jeff Kohanek - Fantasy Author - P3
  • Bill Kurtz - Yin Yang innovations - K7
  • Jon Kurtz
  • Darren Lamb - The Worst Buddhist - Q10
  • Greg Land - Greg Land - I6
  • Grace Alba Le - Hey It's Grace - I7
  • Kieu Le - Kieu Le
  • Alejandro Lee - Dam Tootin Studios - H3
  • Jae Lee - Jae Lee - A5
  • Royden Lepp - Royden Lepp - G8
  • Lak Lim - S10
  • Erika Lipkes - Lady Beaver/Comicprov - M1
  • David Lucarelli - B2
  • Jessica Luloh - J6
  • Joenell Luma - Industrial Strength Illustrators - R2
  • Man Luong
  • Greg Luzniak - Greg Luzniak Art - M4
  • Robert Ly - 8 Versus 8 Entertainment - R8
  • Jim Mahfood - Jim Mahfood - L9
  • Perdro Mancilla - Pedro Mancilla Art - S4
  • Charisse Maravilla - Epic Pillow Fight - M10 & M11
  • Cesar Martinez - Cesar237 - S8
  • Jeffrey Martinez - C7
  • Isaac Marzioli - R4
  • Mike Matola - Line By Line Art - H2
  • Justin Mayhew - Art of Justin Mayhew - T6
  • Mike Mayhew - Mike Mayhew - O1
  • Cheral McGee - Tyrannical Practical Treasures - M6
  • Carol-Ann Mejia
  • Christian Mejia - U9
  • Sonia Melinkoff - Nerdy Novelty Design
  • Jonboy Meyers - Jonboy Meyers - G10
  • Audrey Miller - Audrey Miller Art - E6
  • Brian Miller - Brian Miller - D1
  • Stephanie Miller - Stephanie Miller Art - F8
  • Avery R. Mitchell - Art by A.R.M. - B1
  • Peach MoMoKo - P10
  • Bryan Mon - P5
  • Chris Moreno - Chris Moreno - H8
  • Akane Morinishi - Akane's Chibi Art - J4
  • Dug Nation - Dug Nation - C3
  • Todd Nauck - Todd Nauck - J1
  • Dustin Nguyen - Dustin Nguyen - E3
  • Peter Nguyen - Peter Nguyen - G5
  • Vy Nguyen - Vy Nguyen - F2
  • Cara Nilsen - Cara Nilsen Illustration - Q2
  • Russell Nohelty - C2
  • Eddie Nunez - Eddie Nunez - C8
  • Nubia O'hare - Nubia O'hare Illustration - K8
  • William O'Neill - U7
  • Axel Ortiz - Axel Ortiz
  • Nathaniel Osollo - Ultraculture Comix - A2
  • Andy Park - Andy Park - F1
  • Johnny Parker II - Neat-O! Comics - O5
  • Geoff Pascual - N6
  • Lauren Patterson - Lauren Patterson Illustration - R5
  • Corey Peagler
  • L. Danny Perez - S7
  • Pj Perez - Pop! Goes the Icon - K5
  • Jeff Piña
  • Whilce Portacio - Whilce Portacio - L1
  • Tim Prettyman - Line By Line Art - H1
  • Jose Pulido - Mis Nopales Art - K9
  • Livio Ramondelli - Livio Ramondelli - C6
  • Norm Rapmund - Norm Rapmund - J9
  • Christopher Reda - H7
  • DC Roberts - Obscure Brand Comix - U6
  • Jessica Jane Robinson - Resilience Birthright, Inc. - Q6
  • Justin Robinson - J3
  • Gigi Rockets - Gigi Rockets - U1
  • Andrea Rosales - Nine Twilights/Good Walrus Goods - O9
  • Ruben Rosas - Q8
  • Stephane Roux - Stephane Roux - E10
  • Ben Russel - - M3
  • Samuel Sattin - Samuel Sattin - N7
  • Samantha Sawyer - Sincerely Sam - D7
  • Roselle Schafer - Inked Souls Customs - G2
  • Nathan Schulz - I1
  • Aaron Schwartz - Central Curios - P8
  • Wendy Shaner - Comic Art Groupie - I3
  • Stacey Shuttleworth - Nerds Doing Stuff - S5
  • Danny Silva - D. Silva Designs - S9
  • Felipe Smith - Felipe Smith - B5
  • Kaitrin Snodgrass - Kaitrin Snodgrass - T7
  • Beth Sotelo - Beth Sotelo - C10
  • Matt Q Spangler - Robots by Matt Q Spangler - T5
  • Nick Spencer - Nick Spencer - K2
  • Cats Staggs - E1
  • Sean Stewart - DS Perler Prints - M2
  • Michael Stiles - Michael Stiles - Q9
  • Rick Strieck - Tin-Can Creations - T2
  • Vincent Swayne - Red Mage Shop - O8
  • Sonda Swift - Sonda Swift - M9
  • Randy Takeuchi - Art of Randy Takeuchi - U3
  • William Tan
  • Michael Tanner - S3
  • J.P. Targete - Targete Art - S6
  • Clifton Thammavongsa - Clifton Thammavongsa - P1
  • Chris Thayer - Inland Blue Comics - U2
  • Art Thibert - Art Thibert - I2
  • Peter Tieryas
  • Gabriel Topazio - Wrought Comics - D5
  • Josey Tsao - Q4
  • Andy Tune - Nerdy Prints - P2
  • Jamie Tyndall - Jamie Tyndall Inco - H5
  • Jaime Ugarte - Art of Jaime Ugarte
  • Gus Vazquez - T1
  • Jeff Victor - N8
  • Emilie Voe - Lunchtime Friends - O10
  • Lisa Voorhees - MIshelle's Menagerie - H4
  • Don Walker - Dork Empire Ink - S2
  • Rachel Walker - Edge of the World - D9
  • Paige Halsey Warren - Paige Halsey Warren - E2
  • George Wassill - Oh Hell Comics - Q1
  • Hannah Webb - The Obanoth - T10
  • Erik Whalen - Erik Whalen - Q5
  • Dan Wickline - H6
  • Clint Wolf - Lab Reject Studios - N10
  • Dawn Wolf - N10
  • Matthew Wolf - The Ronin Saga - R6
  • Marv Wolfman - Marv Wolfman - G9
  • Tim Wolkiewicz
  • David K. Wong - Brick by Brick Design/Art of David Wong - N5
  • Rus Wooton - Rus Wooton - A1
  • Richie Wu - J&R Fan Art - G3
  • William Wu - T8
  • Carla Wyzgala - Carlations - B9
  • Julie Yip - Blue Box Imaginarium - J7
  • Gabby Zapata - Art of Gabby Zapata - P7
  • Shelly Zhang - Nerdy But Still Girly - K4
    The Long Beach Comic Con is a two-day event held September 17th & 18th at the Long Beach Convention Center. Tickets are available using the BUY TICKETS button on this site, or at your local comic book shop. Additional details about the event can be found on the FAQ page or by emailing Customer Service.

    What is Long Beach Comic Con?
    Long Beach Comic Con is an annual event held at the Long Beach Convention Center each fall. It's a celebration of comic books and pop culture that showcases the exceptional works of talented writers, artists, illustrators and creators of all types of pop culture. At Long Beach Comic Con, you?ll find exhibitors promoting and selling all types of related products, as well as entertaining and educational programs for all ages, guest signings and meet & greet sessions with celebrities. For more specific information about the show, please check out the FAQ section of the website. Long Beach Comic Con is a MAD Event Management, LLC production.

    The Long Beach Comic Con Team
    Martha Donato (Executive Director, Founder/Principal) is the President of MAD Event Management, an all-purpose event planning facilitator. Donato has over 19 years of experience.

    Mike Scigliano (Group Show Director) has over 15 years in the events production field that encompasses not only the event management side but the exhibitor side as well. This unique experience helps LBCC to keep both the needs of the event as well as the needs of the exhibitor in mind. Most of the industry simply knows him as Scig and as the Show Director he oversees floor management, exhibit sales, logistics, programming & guest relations. He is also is a freelance sales, marketing, writing, web development and events manager. You can find him on Twitter: @mikescigliano.

    Arlene So (Art Director; Design Ninja) has been a graphic designer for over 20 years and ever so briefly, worked security at a comic con a while back. She is also a producer for an award-winning web series called Haywire.

    Gabe Fieramosco (Social Media Maniac; Cosplay Consigliore & Ambassador to Artist Alley) has more than 10 years experience in events production and promotions. Gabe and his company, Outbreak Marketing handle all LBCC & LBCE social media. He also books our cosplay guests and manages our cosplay events. Most recently Gabe added overseeing Artist Alley tables to his collection of hats. You can find Gabe on Twitter & Instagram @ItsMeGabe.

    Caterina Toscano (Volunteer Manager) is a graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC and works at a NYC Advertising Agency. She has been attending and working at comic-cons since she was a teenager. You can find her working in the Volunteer or Registration areas at Long Beach Comic Expo!

    Carly Marsh (Event Coordinator) handles administrative duties as well as assists the MAD Event Management team with various tasks. Carly is a graduate of Florida Gulf Coast University with a Bachelor of Science degree in hospitality management and a minor in event management.

    Kris Simon (Programming Director) has written and edited comics for over 10 years, and introduced hundreds of middle school girls to the comic book industry as a Program Manager for Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles. Her love for the medium can only be surpassed by her love for a good burger.

    David Hyde (Publicity & Promotions) is the founder of Superfan Promotions, a Los Angeles based boutique publicity company that creates campaigns for some of the biggest names in comics. Superfan works with authors, artists, conventions, festivals, stores, entertainment companies and publishers. Prior to launching Superfan Promotions, David was the Vice President of Publicity at DC Entertainment. You can follow him at @superfanpr.

    Kris Longo (Sales Director) is the founder of Geek Riot Media, the first and only fuly integrated geek culture advertising and sponsorship representation firm. Prior to Geek Riot, Longo managed East Coast advertising sales for DC Comics and served as Vice President of Business Development for Bonfire Agency.

    James Ross (Sales Manager; Floor Manager) is a veteran in the trade show/events industry. He has been in the conventions and events industry since 1999. For the past 15 years he has specialized in exhibit sales & sponsorships, event logistics and floor management. He has been involved in comic book convention genre for over 10 years.

    Bobby Marmolejo (Event Coordinator, Registration; Dealer Sales) has been with Long Beach Comic Con since the start. He has over 16 years experience in comic book and pop culture retail.

    Steven Hoveke (Security Manager) is the owner of Square 1 Press, an independent comics and art books publisher. He started in this industry in 2003 working for Palisades Toys. He has also worked as an independent contractor for Gentle Giant Ltd., Top Cow and Devil's Due, to name a few. A "jack-of-all-trades", his talents are seemingly limitless, from guest relations to personal security to booth construction, he does it all. He has been reading comics since he was seven.

    Phil Lawrence ( Co-founder) Lawrence has over 18 years of experience in marketing and advertising and the comics field and has been involved in the comic book business most of his adult life, and continues to enjoy it personally and professionally.

    MAD Event Management
    If you are interested in exhibit space, retail booths or Artist Alley tables at Long Beach Comic Expo, please download the appropriate form and complete it - we'd rather you sent it in via email, but if you want to fax your completed form, you can send it to 845-787-2499. If you have any questions, you can contact us:

    Martha Donato - Executive Director
    Mike Scigliano - Group Show Director
    2016 Registration Forms
    EXHIBITORS: Download a registration form here!
    RETAILERS: Download a registration form here!
    ARTISTS: Download a registration form here!
    PROFESSIONALS: Click here to register for a professional pass.

    2016 Exhibitor Kit
    Exhibitors, Small Press, Dealers, Fan Groups & Artist Alley: Check back in Summer 2016!

    2016 Show Floor Map
    Exhibitors, Small Press, Dealers, Fan Groups & Artist Alley: Check back in Summer 2016!

    Electricity drops are available for booth booths and artist alley tables. Exhibitors, Small Press, Dealers, Fan Groups & Artist Alley: Check back in Summer 2016!

    To find parking for your vehicle click here for an interactive map with contact info for each lot in the area surrounding the Long Beach Convention Center.

    We have easy access to the show floor for move-in and move-out. The Long Beach Convention Center is a great facility to work with!

    Are you interested in helping us promote Long Beach Comic Con? We can offer you free tickets to the show to use for promotions. We can also offer reciprocal banner ads. Contact Martha or Mike to set it up.

    Martha Donato - Executive Director
    Mike Scigliano - Group Show Director

    Do you want to get involved with our shows? Promote your brand or product? Contact Kris Longo by clicking here.

    Long Beach Comic Con 2016 - September 17th & September 18th, 2016
    Show Hours:
    Saturday September 17 - 10:00am - 7:00pm (9:30am if you buy your tickets in advance)
    Sunday September 18 - 10:30am - 5:00pm (10:00am if you buy your tickets in advance)

    Panel Rooms

    All programming rooms have limited capacity as set by the Long Beach Fire Marshal and subject to available seating. Although your LBCE badge is required for entry into all events, it doesn't guarantee you access to any programming session if it has reached its capacity, subject to the discretion of Long Beach Convention Center and Long Beach Comic Expo staff members. We don't clear our programming rooms between sessions.


    Long Beach Comic Expo believes in creating an environment where every attendee, exhibitor and staff member is treated with respect and dignity, and does not tolerate any act of bullying or harassment. If an attendee of any type is believed to be in violation of our rules, they will be asked to leave immediately without reimbursement of any kind. Long Beach Comic Expo employs professional security guards who enforce our rules and regulations, as do our staff members. Volunteers are NOT staff members and are assisting us in exchange for certain reimbursement and experiential value. Please report any serious incidents or concerns to a Long Beach Comic Expo Staff Member, as identified by their badge.


    We have a strict policy of checking weapons to ensure that they are only props. The security guards at the entrance will check yours and place a band on it to show that it's been approved. The responsibility to get this weapons check performed is yours, so please don't sneak in without it. We reserve the right to deny access to anyone who presents a public safety or security issue in our sole discretion.

    The following items are forbidden at LBCC:
    • All firearms (including air soft guns, BB guns, cap guns, paintball guns and pellet guns)
    • Replica firearms (including reproduction, fake or toy guns that can be confused for real firearms)
    • Projectile weapons (including blow guns, crossbows, long bows, slingshots and water guns)
    • Metal-bladed weapons (including axes, daggers, hatches, knives, kunai, shuriken, swords, sword canes and switch blades)
    • Explosives (including firecrackers and fireworks)
    • Mace and pepper spray
    • Blunt weapons (including brass knuckles, clubs and nunchaku)
    • Hard prop weapons (including props made of metal, fiberglass and glass)
    We allow prop weapons if they are composed of foam or cardboard only. Prop firearms are allowed only if they cannot be mistaken for real weapons. The barrel of all prop firearms must be covered with brightly-colored caps. We allow prop bows if all arrows have soft tips.
    Long Beach Comic Con is pleased to offer credentialed, published industry professionals, and those in the related industries of film, television, animation, guilds, gaming, etc complimentary admission to LBCC.

    Complimentary professional pass registration for Long Beach Comic Con 2016 will be open until August 17, 2016. We welcome Professionals who register after the deadline, but please note we will charge a $20 fee. Once you've registered online, please remember to bring samples of your work and/or a business card to the show. We do not offer a guest option - badges are for professionals only.

    Click here to register for a professional pass..
    When is the convention?
    Long Beach Comic Con is being held on Saturday, September 17th and Sunday, September 18th, 2016. Show hours are: Saturday 10:00 am - 7:00 pm (9:30am if you buy your tickets in advance) | Sunday 10:30 am - 5:00 pm. (10:00am if you buy your tickets in advance)

    How much are tickets?
    Tickets to the show in advance are $30 ($35 after June 30) per person for a Saturday only ticket; $25 ($30 after June 30) for a Sunday only ticket; and a weekend pass is $50 ($55 after June 30). Children age 10 and under are admitted for free with an adult admission (limit of 2 per adult please). Senior citizen (65 & over), military, police & fire fighter discounts are available by using code SeniorCitizen or MilitaryLaw at checkout (ID required at check in). Tickets are also available at the door, but prices will be higher - $40 for a Saturday only ticket; $35 for a Sunday only ticket; and $60 for a weekend pass.

    I bought my ticket online or at a comic book shop, what time can I arrive to pick up my ticket?
    Advance ticket pick up will open at 8:00 am on Saturday, September 17 and 8:30 am on Sunday, September 18. Walk up tickets WILL NOT be available for sale until 10:00 am. Advance ticket holders will be allowed early admission to the exhibit hall at 9:30 am on Saturday and 10:00 am on Sunday.

    Can I buy tickets on-site?
    Yes, you can buy tickets at your local comic book shop, on our website or at the door. Day-of ticket sales at the door will open at 10:00 am both days. Ticket pick-up & on-site sales are in the Lobby!

    On-site ticket pricing: $40 for a Saturday only ticket; $35 for a Sunday only ticket; and $60 for a weekend pass.

    When is the Costume Contest?
    The Costume Contest will begin at 8:30 pm on Saturday, September 17th. The room will open for advance seating at 8:00 pm and is offered on a first-come first-serve basis. No flash photography of the show is allowed. Any photos or video taken must be for personal, non-profit use only!

    Please visit the Nerds Like Us booth in Cosplay Corner during the day on Saturday to sign up for the contest. No flash photography of the show is allowed - any photos or videos taken must be for personal non-profit use only.

    The panel of judges includes: Host: Bernie Bregman, Nerds Like Us; Vegas Power Girl

    All costumes must be hand-made, and are subject to inspection by our panel of judges. If you are participating in the Contest, please arrive by 7:30 pm to line up.

    Prizes will be awarded in several categories:
    Best in Show
    Best Hero
    Best Villain
    Best Youth (kids 12 and under)
    Best TV/Movie
    Best Sci-Fi
    Judge's Choice

    I am a Professional interested in attending the show. What do I need to do?
    Long Beach Comic Expo is pleased to offer credentialed, published industry professionals, and those in the related industries of film, television, animation, guilds, gaming, etc. complimentary admission to the Expo.

    Registration will open this summer so please check back. Once open, complimentary professional pass registration will be open until August 17, 2016. We welcome Professionals who register after the deadline, but please note we will charge a $20 fee. Once you've registered online, please remember to bring samples of your work and/or a business card to the show. We do not offer a guest option - badges are for professionals only.

    Where do I pick up my badge? What about pre-registration?
    There will be a clearly-marked booth in the Lobby of the Convention Center for walk-ins. Pre-registrants will take their barcode scan copies or use their smart phones at the Advance Ticket Registration Area. It's that easy!

    Do I have to wear it at all times?</span>
    Even if it wasn't a stunning accessory that the Sex In The City gals would pay hundreds of dollars for, yes - you need to wear it inside the hall at all times, or we may think you are some sort of undesirable who snuck in and we will be forced to ask you to leave.

    I want to dress my dog up as my sidekick and bring him. Can I?
    Sorry, no pets, except for registered service animals. And in that case, they shouldn't be playing dress up.

    Can I take pictures?
    Generally, you can take photographs at Long Beach Comic Con of the conventioneers and exhibits. Please respect the privacy and ask before taking a picture of a celebrity, as some of them charge for their photo and autograph.

    Where can I park and how do I get there?
    There are parking lots located at the Long Beach Convention Center and all around the area that are privately owned. The prices vary, but expect to pay $10 per day. Note: the Convention Center parking lot only accepts cash.

    If you need to find an alternate lot click here for an interactive map. Directions are available on the Long Beach Convention Center website: or use 300 E. Ocean Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90802 in your GPS for directions.

    Where are the ATM machines?
    Cash machines are located in the main lobby, and in the Aquarium entrance.

    Where is Lost & Found located?
    Lost & Found is located in the main lobby at the Registration Booth.

    Do I have to pay extra to get autographs?
    Some guests charge for their autographs, and some don't. Please ask first.

    I really need to take this call, it's my agent...
    Then really, take it outside. Please be courteous and no cell phone usage when you are at panels, events or in programming rooms.

    To complete my costume, I carry a large battle-axe that I hone to razor sharpness every day. It's cool for me to bring that, right?
    Ummm, seriously? Props are one thing, but anything that could take an eye out, could hurt someone, or make the cops (or my mother) take it away from you, is not allowed.

    I need to blog frequently... is there wi-fi?
    Long Beach Convention Center (LBCC - hey, those are OUR initials, too!) does offer wi-fi service on the promenade level for a small fee. Launch your browser and you'll reach their homepage.

    Who are the mysterious people behind the curtain of the Long Beach Comic Con?
    The LBCE team is comprised of people who celebrate what they love. They put in countless hours to create the best experience they can for fans, guests and exhibitors alike.

    Buy Your Long Beach Comic Con Tickets today!
    Long Beach Comic Con - September 17th & 18th, 2016!
    Saturday hours: 10:00am-7:00pm (9:30am for Advanced Ticket Holders!)
    Sunday hours: 10:30am-5:00pm (10:00am for Advanced Ticket Holders!)

    We offer discounts to senior citizens (65 & older) and members of law enforcement and military - use promotional code MilitaryLaw or SeniorCitizen when you purchase your ticket below. You will be asked to show proof of status when you arrive at the event to pick up your tickets.

    Photo Ops
    Take your photo with our Celebrity Guests!

    Our professional photographers will be on hand to capture that special moment in our designated photo op room. Each photo op includes one 8 x 10 printed photo. You can bring up to 3 friends and share the cost of a photo op and get additional prints and/or JPEGs too for only $10. Photo Op services are provided by Epic Photo Ops. For a list of all available photo ops click here. Check back often for new additions.

    General Photo Op FAQ
    • Photo Op Pre-sales will be available online until Wednesday, September 9th at midnight
    • Photo Ops sales onsite will be Cash Only
    • Please show up for your photo op 15 minutes prior to the scheduled photo op time
    • Lining up for your photo op more than an hour in advance of the scheduled photo op time will not be allowed
    • Your 8x10 printed photo will be ready within a couple minutes of your photo op being taken, so be sure to pick it up before leaving the photo op area or before the show closes at 5pm on Sunday september 18th.
    • For support issues regarding photo ops, please click here or email
    Check back here for updates to our guest list, artist alley, programming updates and more!
    Added August 25th
    Mike ChoiLong Beach Comic Con Guest
    Mike Choi
    Titans: Rebirth (Variant Covers), Witchblade, X-Force, Superior Iron Man, Fantastic Four
    Added August 25th
    Jessica CameronLong Beach Comic Con Guest
    Jessica Cameron
    Actress - Truth or Dare, The Sleeper, Camel Spiders
    Appearing in the GeekFest booth
    Added August 25th
    Peter PaulLong Beach Comic Con Guest
    Peter Paul
    Story & Animation Artist - Dragons - Race To The Edge, Lilo & Stitch 2, Space Jam, Alvin & The Chipmunks, Tinker Bell, Phineas and Ferb
    Added August 25th
    Rikki  SimonsLong Beach Comic Con Guest
    Rikki Simons
    The voice of GIR from Invader Zim
    Added August 25th
    Linz StanleyLong Beach Comic Con Guest
    Linz Stanley
    Appearing in Cosplay Corner

  • Added August 24th  William O'Neill - U7
  • Added August 24th  Peter Tieryas
  • Added August 24th  Jason Shawn Alexander - L8
  • Added August 12th  Karl Alstaeter - L2
  • Added August 12th  Cats Staggs - E1
  • Added August 12th  Ale Garza - F10
  • Added August 11th  Adewale Agboke - Sanusi Vision - A8
  • Added August 9th  Audrey Miller - Audrey Miller Art - E6

  • Exhibitors
  • Added August 24th  SGX Print - 1037
  • Added August 24th  Smart Pencil Designs
  • Added August 24th  Beer Money Props
  • Added August 24th  Hoku Props
  • Added August 24th  Mr. Pinski Props
  • Added August 24th  All American Support; DBA Adorkable Tees - 860
  • Added August 24th  Sam Grinberg - ANI11
  • Added August 24th  Joey McCormick - ANI10

  • Programming
    Check back in Summer 2016!

    Hyatt Regency Long Beach
    200 South Pine Avenue
    Long Beach, California, 90802
    Tel: 1-562-491-1234
    Fax: 1-562-983-1491

    Hyatt Regency Long Beach Hotel
    Treat yourself to the premier setting of Hyatt Regency Long Beach. Only steps from major attractions, shops and entertainment, our luxurious hotel in Long Beach lets you easily explore the entire area. Easy access to the Aquarium and Queen Mary, stroll along the harbor, play on the beach or take in a performance at the Convention and Entertainment Center right next door.

    With famous theme parks just a short drive from our Long Beach hotel, even the busiest business traveler can share some of the fun. Within our inviting accommodations, enjoy deluxe guestrooms, exciting new dining, extensive business amenities and the world-class service that have made us the standout hotel in Long Beach. Please contact the hotel directly and mention you are there for Long Beach Comic Con to receive the special convention rate for a regular room.

    To make your reservations, please call 1-800-233-1234 and refer to the group name: Long Beach Comic Con or use this link. Specify Dates: September 17th & 18th, 2016.

    Located in the heart of downtown Long Beach, the Center is within walking distance to first-class accommodations (more than 5,000 rooms citywide, most within the downtown area), shopping, dining, attractions, sightseeing along picturesque bays and 5 1/2 miles of sandy beach.

    The Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center is a spectacular multi-purpose complex - one of the few waterfront facilities nationwide, featuring more than 400,000 square feet of flexible exhibit and meeting space, two theaters, an arena and 34 meeting rooms. The glass concourse and lobby offer expansive views of the scenic harbor and downtown skyline. A pedestrian promenade links hotels, shops, restaurants and attractions with the Pacific Ocean.

    The Westin Long Beach
    333 East Ocean Boulevard
    Long Beach, California, 90802
    Tel: 1-562-436-3000

    The Westin Long Beach
    Halfway between Los Angeles International Airport and Orange County Airport, The Westin Long Beach is renowned for both its convenience and beautiful location. Only a mile from the beach, and a few minutes from the new Aquarium of the Pacific, guests can experience the best of California.

    At The Westin Long Beach, our staff is here to help you. Our dedicated associates will help you arrange your next event in one of our various meeting rooms, including our Centennial Ballroom, which can hold over 1,500 people. Enjoy a delicious meal at our newly renovated restaurant, The Grill.

    Most of our 469 guest rooms and suites offer stunning harbor views. Each room boasts our signature Heavenly? Bed, with a pillow top mattress and five pillows.

    Run away and find your way back. The best things to do in Long Beach are all close to The Westin Long Beach hotel, where the action begins and the fun never ends. From the regal Queen Mary and spectacular Aquarium of the Pacific to stirring Broadway shows, live music venues and hundreds of exclusive dining destinations, you'll find all of the top things to do in Long Beach centrally located minutes from The Westin.

    About Long Beach Comic Con:
    Long Beach Comic Con is an annual event held at the Long Beach Convention Center each fall. It's a celebration of comic books and pop culture that showcases the exceptional works of talented writers, artists, illustrators and creators of all types of pop culture. At Long Beach Comic Con you'll find exhibitors promoting and selling all types of related products, as well as entertaining and educational programs, guest signings, and meet & greet sessions with celebrities. Long Beach Comic Con is a production of MAD Event Management, LLC. Visit for additional information about MAD Event Management.

    Press Pass Requests:
    Long Beach Comic Con welcomes all members of the world press to this year's event. We are happy to provide approved reporters with a complimentary press badge (please no guests).

    Please note:
    • We allow two reporters per outlet. Each reporter shoud fill our their own application.
    • Your press badge will grant you access to the show floor from 10am to 7pm, Saturday, September 17th and 10:30am to 5pm Sunday, September 18th and seating in panels, space permitting.
    • Your press badge does not allow you to skip lines.
    Our priority is to provide a safe and inviting atmosphere for attendees, press, vendors and guests alike, so please conduct yourself professionally at all times and announce yourself as a press representative (naming your outlet) when approaching vendors, guests and attendees. Be courteous and ask permission before shooting pictures of vendors, attendees (including cosplayers), and guests (who may be charging for pictures). We want everyone to be happy, so your cooperation is a big part of that.

    Click here to register for a professional pass.

    If you have any questions please contact Paul Nicholasi

    Press Requests:
    Please send press requests Jeremy Atkins at

    Interview & Promotional Requests:
    Please send staff & guest interview & promotional requests to David Hyde at

    About MAD Event Management:
    MAD Event Management is an all-purpose event planning facilitator whose principal owner has over 15 years of experience producing annual large-scale consumer conventions around the country, including Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, Chicago and Dallas. MAD's capabilities include: Site Selection, Exhibit Staffing, Marketing Plans, Vendor Selection, Floor Plan Development, On-Site Execution, Sponsor Exhibitor Sales, Travel Management, Contract Development, Setup & Disassembly and Contract Coordination. Visit for additional information.

    See what people are saying about our shows...

    "LBCC was a blast! You guys do such a terrific job of putting on a convention. This is my 4th LBCC and as long as you keep doing what you're doing, I'll keep coming back. Everyone there is super friendly and it's so easy and well organized, which makes it a lot of fun. My favorite thing to do is meet comic book creators, get signatures and get sketches in artist alley. I love that you have well established names as well as lots of fresh talent to discover. Seriously, from top to bottom, you all do a great job with the show. Kudos to everyone on your staff!"
    - Chris Kiefer

    "My husband and I really love attending your convention. We have been attending since the first Long Beach Comic Con and it has become our favorite comic book convention. Since we are from San Diego, we take a "mini vacation" in Long Beach. We are super excited for this year's event. You have created a really Awesome comic convention!"
    - Rachel Fogg-Lara & Ramon Lara

    "I had the opportunity this last weekend to walk the Long Beach Comic Con. The past 3 years I have attended as a budding young (well old) artist and enjoyed my time in the Artist Alley. From the veteran creators of the comic industry to the new faces looking to tell their own stories, there is an overall drive of creativity, energy and passion for the comic medium. The diversity of styles, content, ages and viewpoints just show how much people love comics."
    - Chris Waterman for Bleeding

    "Long Beach Comic Con treated the pros and the fans to a real treat. I especially enjoyed the relaxed surroundings and actually got to spend some time with some real special people as well. This is the kind of show we will keep coming back to year after year. congrats to everyone that made it happen."
    - Jimmy Palmiotti

    "Intimate enough to mingle with the artists, yet big enough to inspire awe.... the LB Comic Con started something that will hopefully continue to grow and inspire year after year!"
    - Jim Lujan

    "It was a pleasure to attend the Long Beach Comic Convention. What I liked best was how easy it was to get to the convention. The best part of this comic convention was it was about comics!!! The main reason I attended was to browse Artists Alley. I saw all my favorites and noticed a few new ones. I think the venue was perfect. Downtown Long Beach offers a beautiful view to go along with the shopping center around it. Thanks for a great time and I can't wait to attend next year, and many more to come."
    - Jarrod Kawashima, Geoffrey's Comics

    "A Comic Book Convention with more comic books on the vendor floor than anything else! How refreshing! I loved that I could speak with comic book artists without feeling overwhelmed by humongous crowds."
    - Rachel Bieber, City of Torrance Reference Librarian

    "You could not have asked for a better comic con, than the Long Beach Comic Con. It being the first year of the show, we (Fiction House Mafia) had no idea what to expect. We had heard the buzz of guests that would appear. J. Scott Campbell, Jeph Loeb, Jim Lee- to name a few. One of the best things about the show is that it was well rounded. Where some of the shows you don't really get the chance to converse with your favorite creators and they managed to pull it off. It was awesome!!! If you're an independent creator take into consideration this convention, because the focus that they put on their booths, artist alley tables, is really second to none. We had an artist alley table and sold out of every book we took."
    - Albert Morales (Artist, El Mystico), Fiction House Mafia

    "I had such a blast at Long Beach Comic Con! There was a wide variety of things to see and do and a great lineup of guests. As a creator it was a great chance to network with other creators but I also had fun attending the show as a fan!"
    - Brendan Creecy

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