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PandaDestroy.Com will be at Long Beach Comic Expo Feb.28th – Mar. 1st!

By: Von Jared Omo

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We’re going to be at Long Beach Comic Expo 2015! It’s going to take place at Long Beach Convention Center (Hence, why it’s called “Long Beach Comic Expo”) from February 28 – March 1st! It’s a little small convention, but if you’re going though Con-Withdrawal (like I am!) then this convention should hold you over until the next big one!

Tickets Prices are:
– Weekend Pass: $45
– Saturday Pass: $30
– Sunday Pass: $20

You save $5 by getting the Weekend Pass! Also, you can get the Lifetime Pass for Comic Expo which is $299. Don’t know if it’s worth it, but hey…it’s a lifetime’s worth of passes for a Con. And if you definitely love going to Conventions like these, the Lifetime Pass will pay off in the long run!

Guests inlude:
– Art Adams (Legendary Comic Artist, Longshot, The Uncanny X-Men, Excalibur, X-Factor, Fantastic Four, Hulk)
– Chris Claremont (Legendary writer including X-Men’s Days of Future Past & The Dark Phoenix Saga)
– Joel Gomez (Warhawks, Detective Comics, Flashpoint, Authority, The Lost Boys, Wetworks. Upper Deck Sketch Cards)
– Stan Sakai (Creator of Usagi Yojimbo)
– Beth Sotelo (Creator of Grump, Aspen Comics; Colorist on Fathom Vol. 4, Soulfire Vol. 2 & Shrugged)
– LeeAnna Vamp (Cosplayer & Host of ILoveNerdGirls.com, Appearing in Cosplay Corner)

AND MANY MORE! Check out the Long Beach Comic Expo website by clicking on the link below for more info! Can’t wait to see you guys there!

http://longbeachcomicexpo.com/

LONG BEACH COMIC-CON IS COMING NOVEMBER 23 & 24!

By: Von Jared Omo

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My, my…how time seems to fly by, huh? With Stan Lee’s Comikaze now done, we can look forward to our next comic convention adventure, which is LONG BEACH COMIC-CON! It’s in its 5th anniversary show this year and it has definitely grown. I attended LBCC on it’s 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year and with each year, it seems that more exhibitors come and set up shop for the two days of epic convention status. It’s definitely smaller than your usual comic convention. If you attended Comikaze a few weeks ago and thought it was small, you can expect LBCC to be just a tad bit smaller…which is good because it only leaves more room for the convention to grow!

So, what can you expect this year at LBCC? Let’s start with the guest list, and I sure do hope you have some idea of who they are!
– BATT
– Ryan Benjamin
– Phil Bourassa
– Eric Calderone
– Carlos D’Anda
– Kevin Eastman
– Joel Gomez
– Lance Henriksen
– Thomas Jane
– Herb Jefferson Jr.
– Jessica LG
– David Mack
– Amy Nicoletto
– Rob Paulsen
– Vampy Bit Me

And that’s just to name a few! If you’re still interested in checking out the guest list, CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT THE FULL GUEST LIST! and as for the exhibitors, you can check them out by BY CLICKING HERE TO SEE THE LIST OF EXHIBITORS! Gee…I don’t know if I made that more blatantly obvious than I had to!

As for ticket pricing, it’s $25 for a Saturday pass, $20 for a Sunday pass, and $40 for a 2-day pass, which saves you $5. It’s not much, but you can probably use that $5 to buy an overpriced soda pop or 2 at the convention! They are also selling a few deluxe packages that range from $70 – $375 which give you a package filled with exclusive items only being given out at LBCC, however, you get what you pay for…meaning the more expensive the package, the better the exclusives, capiche? Some packages even include hanging out with Joe Rubinstein and attending an Inking Seminar. Pretty neato, huh? Anyway, if you want to get more details on ticket and exclusive package pricing, CLICK HERE FOR TICKET AND PACKAGING PRICING! Seriously, I am making this way too easy for you to get to that website and check out all the info you need to know. SO…what are you waiting for?! GET TO CLICKING AND BUY A TICKET ALREADY!

See you guys at Long Beach Comic-Con!