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Albuquerque Comic Con

Time to Dust Off That Xena Costume

The Albuquerque Comic Con has always been the best opportunity to rub elbows with lovers of comics, TV and film. The event draws fans from all over the state to mingle with fellow nerds and browse vendors selling comics and comic-adjacent paraphernalia. This year’s Comic Con brings in actors, writers and celebrities such as Kel Mitchell ("Kenan & Kel"), Bam Margera ("Jackass") and Shannon Purser ("Stranger Things"). The convention is Jan. 13-15, at the Albuquerque Convention Center, with several preview and after-hours events as well. Visit albuquerquecomiccon.com to see the full schedule and buy tickets for $5-$250. (Robin Babb)

Saturday Jan 14, 2017

Additional Dates:


401 Second Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
US

Phone: 768-4575

Cost:

$5-$250

Ages:

ALL-AGES!

Contact:

Website: Click to Visit

Shop local vendors and artists, see the best cosplayers and meet special guests like Austin St John, Ryan Hurst, Ralph Macchio, Ric Flair and more.

In January of 2011 Albuquerque Comic Con became the first Albuquerque comic convention in nearly 20 years. Each year we have grown in quality, number of guests, and attendance. We strive to continue to grow every year to be a better partner for vendors, better outlet for fans, and a better friend to bigger named guests from Comic Books, Film, TV, and other Entertainment.

We host our events in and around Albuquerque and for the next few years we plan on being at the Albuquerque Convention Center.

Jim Burleson is the owner of Albuquerque Comic Con and on the side he is an actor, stunt man, and movie producer. Often times you will see him getting killed by Steven Seagal, or punched in the face by Dennis Quaid.