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Baltimore Comic Con Returns!

Hey Baltimore, are you ready for “America’s Greatest Comic Book Convention”?!

The 19th Annual Baltimore Comic-Con is heading to The Baltimore Convention Center (1 W Pratt St. Baltimore) this Friday Sep 28 from 1 – 7 p.m., Saturday Sep 29 from 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. and Sunday Sept 30 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Baltimore Comic Con returns bigger and better than every before with 3 days of comics guests, retailers, publishers, exhibitors, costume contests, panel discussions, scavenger hunts, show exclusives, annual yearbook, art auction, VIP events, Ringo Award and so much more!

Family fun also returns to this year’s Baltimore Comic Con! Stop by the Kids Love Comics Pavilion, where kids and parents can venture towards comics fun with the biggest and best kids section at any comic convention! For 2018, the Kids Love Comics Pavilion is offering up a variety of activities and classes, including Superhero University, where kids can create their own hero and a make a mask and cape to match. Also, comics creators will be giving drawing classes in everything from how to draw a werewolf, to creating an epic jam comic with 6 fellow artists – there truly is something for everyone! For more information, visit http://kidslovecomics.net/.

General admission tickets for Friday are $25, Saturday is $35, Sunday is $30, and a 3-day weekend pass is $65. Children 10 and under are free. There are a variety of fan packages to choose from, as well. To purchase either general admission tickets or pick your fan package, visit http://baltimorecomiccon.com/tickets/.

For more information on the 19th Annual Baltimore Comic Con, including panelists, media guests and so much more, visit http://baltimorecomiccon.com/.

Tess Abney is a freelance writer who was born and raised in the Quad Cities. She spends most of her time attempting to successfully raise three boys. In her free time, writing is her passion. Whether it is sharing local events and businesses with readers or sharing her thoughts on life, she finds comfort in the way words can bring people together.