Monday, December 23, 2013

Con-Man: Long Beach Comic & Horror Con 2013

November's 5th annual Long Beach Comic & Horror Con was a blast as usual.  One of the great things about utilizing the Long Beach Convention Center is the abundance of entertainment outside the show.  So if you need a break or want to grab some non-Con food, you're covered.  The awesome $1 bookstore was still rockin' and rollin' and I grabbed a handful of books about Tim Allen, the state of politics according to Jesse Ventura and World War II.  I was meant to visit the store that day as a Vanity Fair from 1993 featuring Sylvester Stallone was the first thing I saw.

Walking up to the show, they had more replica and prop vehicles than ever, including my first viewing of the Batmobile from 1989's Batman!  Totally missed out at Comic-Con when Warner Brothers had all of the Batmobiles out at their offsite stage.  We've seen the Back to the Future Delorean before and if you donate the owner shows you little hidden things on the car, pretty cool.

More from inside the show coming!

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