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Amazing Comic Con Las Vegas returns June 19-21, 2015, to the South Point Resort and Casino with the best and brightest in comic book and pop entertainment. You will have the chance to meet and greet your favorite creators and celebrities at this 3-day massive event, filling the hotel property’s elaborate exhibit hall, an international artist alley, video game arena, hundreds if not thousands of people in costume and much more. There is something for everyone at the Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con, from After Hours parties to family fun on Sunday Kid’s Day! This amazing showcase of animation characters, cartoon, comic book, pop entertainment celebrities and all related artistic endeavors feature a great rendezvous of Celebrity Guests at this years Amazing Comic Con Las Vegas.

AMAZING LAS VEGAS COMIC CON is the premiere pop culture event, featuring the very best comic creators in the world, extensive programming, and wizards of cosplay. This show takes place at the South Point Hotel and Casino June 19-20-21. Sign up and purchase tickets by following this link.

Here’s a Sneak Peak at what you can expect to see at the Amazing Comic Con Las Vegas:

SPECIAL GUEST: JOHN BARROWMAN from Arrow, Doctor Who, and Torchwood!

JOHN BARROWMAN makes an appearance at Comic Con Las Vegas on

SATURDAY June 19, and SUNDAY June 20
Autographs, Photo Ops, and VIP Packages Still Available.
View His Complete Schedule!


Your Opportunity to shake hands with the Incredible Hulk & other Action Hero adventures!

Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con believe pop culture begins with comic books, and what better way to showcase this, then by bringing top action heroes and villains from your favorite super hero and genre films to the South Point June 19-21?! From Avengers to X-Men to Halloween and more, introducing the two newest additions to a star studded guest list- TYLER MANE and TROY BRENNA!

Tyler Mane is is best known for his roles as Sabretooth in X-Men, Ajax in Troy, and Michael Myers in the remake of Halloween and its sequel, Halloween II. He’s also appeared in many other films such as Scorpion King, 247 F, and Gunless, as well as on fan-favorite TV series. The first film, Compound Fracture, from his own production company, Mane Entertainment, was a supernatural-thriller released in 2014.

Troy Brenna, a Las Vegas local, makes his first ever comic con appearance at Amazing! After a brief foray into the world of pro football, Troy found his true calling in the world of film and television. From giant films like AVENGERS, XMEN and THOR to fan-favorite television shows like ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT, ENTERPRISE and BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER, Troy has been amassing a list of impressive credits ever since. If you want to know what it’s like to shake hands with the Hulk himself, come and meet Troy Brenna!

Both Tyler Mane and Troy Brenna are scheduled to appear at the Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con on each of the three days of the convention, from June 19th, 20th, and 21st. They will be seated in a booth on the main convention floor where they will be meeting the fans, and talking about their experiences in entertainment. Each will be available for autograph and photo ops, please check their location for pricing, and specific schedules.

Also, Tyler and troy will be joined by action star Chris Casamassa on Friday evening for their “Hollywood Tough Guy” panel. This is scheduled for 4pm in the “Tree Rooms”, and is a perfect way to kick off the expanded programming tracks of the 2015 Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con.


Comic-Con International: San Diego began in 1970 when a group of comics, movie, and science fiction fans — including the late Shel Dorf, Ken Krueger, and Richard Alf — banded together to put on the first comic book convention in southern California. Comic-Con started as a one-day “minicon,” called San Diego’s Golden State Comic-Minicon, on March 21, 1970 at the U.S. Grant Hotel in downtown San Diego. The purpose of this single-day event—which included two special guests, Forrest J Ackerman and Mike Royer, and drew about 100 attendees—was to raise funds and generate interest for a larger convention. The success of the minicon led to the first full-fledged, three-day San Diego Comic-Con (called San Diego’s Golden State Comic-Con), held August 1–3, 1970, at the U.S. Grant Hotel, with guests Ray Bradbury, Jack Kirby, and A. E. van Vogt. Over 300 attendees packed into the hotel’s basement for that groundbreaking event, which featured a dealers’ room, programs and panels, film screenings, and more: essentially, the model for every comic book convention to follow. – See more at:


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