Baltimore Comic Con 2018: Day 1

Friday, Day 1 of The 2018 Baltimore Comic Con!

After a hectic week at work this was a welcome weekend escape!

I used the Parking Panda App (now Parking Hero) to secure parking for all 3 days, highly recommended as prices and parking availability can vary.

As I walked through the front door of the Convention Center I was greeted by 2 “Minions” (Con volunteers) and I have to say as with every year thus far, they are always polite and eager to assist in anyway they can and make the con experience that much better!

I make my way to the Convention floor but not before stopping at the merchandise booth where I pick up a 2018 BCC exclusive Shazam Tumblr and a copy of “The Liberty Brigade”, to learn more about the Liberty Brigade check out the panel below!

As I walked through the doors to the sales floor, I felt a certain relief, a weight being lifted if you will. I knew for the next couple of days, the outside world would be put on hold. I was about to fully immerse myself in this hobby that I love, comics!

I made my way around checking out all the cool and unique items that were being offered by vendors. Clothing, custom jewelry, art prints, custom figures, vintage video games, board games, tumblers, self published indy comics, original novels, vintage magazines, fanzines, collectible statues, and comics from the golden age to today.

I picked up a few hardcovers, some custom mini-figs, and an original Hawkman art piece from DC Comics legend Ramona Fradon!

After refueling with some coffee, I made my way to the Superboy panel!

and thus concludes day 1 of the 2018 Baltimore Comic Con!

Don’t forget to check back for day 2…….

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Thomas ODonnell

Thomas ODonnell

My love of comics started at the age of 5, when visions of mythic beings fought their way across my TV screen. Batman '66, Super Friends, Wonder Woman, and Superman '78 filled my early childhood with imagination and adventure. Soon enough I found the spinner rack! Batman, Justice League and DC's Who's Who kept me coming back for more. I've seen the death of hope, justice broken, a light extinguished, and a universe torn! A kingdom come, the lightning return, a triumph of evil and a multiverse reborn!