Sunday, March 27, 2016

Wizard World Cleveland Comic Con Review

I finally finished my review of Wizard World Cleveland that I attended exactly one month ago today.

I had a great at Wizard World Cleveland. I really enjoy going to shows like, I just wish it didn't cost so much. I did manage to stay for the whole nine hours. Here's my highlights of the show --

The number one reason I wanted to go was to meet Robert Englund and he didn't disappoint. Great guy, I really enjoyed meeting him.

I also met comic book writer Danny Fingeroth and had him autograph a couple of comics that he wrote.

I already had this comic autographed by cover artist Mike Zeck last year at Akron Comicon.

Had a couple pages from my Hulk 100 Project book autographed by artists Greg Horn and Stuart Sayger.

An autographed ad sheet from writer Tony Isabella.

I met one of my favorite cosplayers Knightmage dressed as Kratos and had him autograph a picture of himself dressed as Barbarian Hulk.

Paul Forest (aka Spock Vegas) appears at pretty much every comic con in North America. He charges $2.00 to take his picture, but it goes to charity.

I snuck a few photos of stars I couldn't afford to get autographs from. Chloe Bennet, Brent Spiner, Michael Rooker and Elizabeth Henstridge.

Jurassic Park jeep and the Batmobile.

Some Star Wars folks.

The crowd!


Space Marine

Mortal Combat

The Apocalyptic Mystery Gang

Nebula and Gamora

T Rex



Headless Horseman
Some comic books that are a little out of my reach.

Here's the the stuff I picked up.

Funko Pop!s

Funko Horror Classics Series 2 Mystery Minis

Funko Science Fiction Series Two Mystery Minis

A bunch of Hulk bootLegos. I don't remember ever seeing a yellow Hulk.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens trading cards

Movie programs from the 1970s and 1980s

Jarvis is my co-pilot pin. Free geek pin and a free University Hospitals lightsaber/flashlight.

Some free promo cards.


Hotfoot said...

Some cool promos and other stuff. Cons are just too expensive anymore. Autographs have gotten out of sight too! Glad you had fun.

Tom said...

Looks like a great time. That guy does a fantastic Spock. If I looked that much like him, I would walk around every day like that just to freak people out. Wow, that gal's Mortal Kombat outfit doesn't leave much to the imagination. You gotta give props to the guy that went with Mysterio. Wonder if he could see out of that dome.

Bulldog said...

Seems like a great time. Glad you were able to go and enjoy yourself. Great pictures. Thanks for sharing.