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This is great con for families. You won't feel like you'll lose your kid. Plus they really seem to cater to kids with a play area just for them.
Best show in SoCal! Just the right size not too big not too small and full of exciting content.
What an amazing show this is. It's definitely not the San Diego International Comic Con, far from it. But what you get is a throwback to how San Diego Comic Con use to be. That's right, before it got big and went international.
I've been to Long Beach Comic Con a couple of times. It has grown a lot over the years. This convention is a lot smaller than the bigger cons like San Diego Comic Con or Wonder Con. I love that Long Beach Comic Con helps introduce new and fresh faced vendors, artists, and cosplayers into the industry. I still really enjoyed walking and looking around. The best part is seeing people's cosplay outfits! I always enjoy watching people get into character. Overall, I can't wait to see how much this convention grows overtime!
Parking is super easy. Approximately 15 dollars to park underneath the convention
The panels are fun and it never gets crazy with rushing fans as you typically would see at a larger con.
The floor is filled with fun little things to by, from clothes, original art work, funko pop, toys, movies, to celebrities.
There's something for everyone!
Great place to spend the afternoon with friends and family.
They do allow outside food and snacks so that's a plus to save a couple extra bucks!!!
I've been to several Comic Cons and while this is smaller than SDCC and Wondercon, I was really excited to see what it was all about. I attended LBCC for the first time this year and bought my ticket early enough (through Goldstar) to get a weekend pass for $20. Parking at the Convention Lot was $15.
This was my first Long Beach Comic Con. I do like how it's much less crowded than let's say Anime Expo or SDCC. We cosplay Rick and Morty with our Snowball on Saturday. Sunday I model for the fashion show and went shopping inside the exhibition hall. Overall it was a very chill and relaxing con. Parking is easy at $15 onsite or offsite across the street. There are no lines for the bathroom like other cons. The downside is their new ridiculous security rules.
Decently sized, and had a lot of independent creators (original art, etc.) moreso than you can find at some other comic cons which was neat.
Compared to other comic cons, this one had a very relaxed feel for some reason which is a nice change of pace from the rush-frantic energy other cons (both larger and smaller) produce.
It was surreal to walk around and see all the people in costumes and the various booths while stopping here and there to take snap shots of people in their get ups. I mean, these people really go all out which is amazing.
Much smaller con, less people. Still the line to pickup tickets (prebought tickets online) was longer than expected. It went all the way into the parking lot. The exhibit floor was full of people, and it feels like not enough ac. Lots of costumes. Not a bad con.