About Long Beach Comic Expo
When you want to celebrate everything that is comic culture, Long Beach Comic Expo is an excellent choice. Along with the other events put on by the organizers, it remains one of the most well-known comicons.
For the guest list, you’ll get to meet pros like writer D.J. Kirkbride and artist Marlin Shoop. Ask them all your most pressing questions and get the insider scoop!
And on that note, make sure you also attend the panels and workshops as well. With this con, you’ll have some great chances to get a sneak peek into everything that’s going on in the world of pop culture and comics.
And along with those great activities, you’ll also get to browse all the items at the vendors. Pick up some collectibles and as many comics as you can carry. There will be shirts, games, toys, and so much more.
And let’s talk about the artist alley, which has a spectacular tally of skilled creatives. You’re going to get to see some exclusive and limited art that really hits the spot.
And finally, along with all the awesome cosplay, you can also see who wins the Dwayne McDuffie Award for Diversity. Through this award, you’ll be witnessing the true celebration of how comics represent every geek and nerd around!
Long Beach Comic Expo Hours
Saturday: 10am to 7pm
Sunday: 10:30am to 5pm
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Where is Long Beach Comic Expo?
Who will be at Long Beach Comic Expo?
What will be happening at Long Beach Comic Expo?
Meet with writers and artists from your favorite comics, admire world-class art in the artist gallery, attend the panels and workshops, don your best cosplay, buy a gift or two, and see who wins the prestigious Dwayne McDuffie Award for Diversity!
How can you get tickets to Long Beach Comic Expo?
You can buy Long Beach Comic Expo passes directly from their website! Just click the button below.
- Saturday, pre-sale: $30
- Saturday, on-site: $35
- Sunday, pre-sale: $25
- Sunday, on-site: $30
- Weekend: $45
- Children age 10 and under: FREE with adult admission
How should you get to Long Beach Comic Expo and where should you stay?
The Metro Blue Line serves the area around the convention with the 801 line. There are stops at 1st Street and Downtown Long Beach stations.
The closest bus stop is the Ocean and Hart Place SE stop directly in front of the event. This stop is served by the 21, 22, 61, 71, 72, 121, and 151 lines. For private cars, the event is located in Downtown Long Beach on the water and right off I-710. From the interstate, use exits 1a and 1b depending on your direction. Then head east to W Shoreline Drive. Follow Shoreline south to the water and turn left onto W Ocean Blvd. Then turn right onto Pine Ave and the convention center will be on your left.
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