Sep 24 — 26, 2021
Los Angeles Convention Center

NEWS: CAN YOU FEEL THE LOVE?


Pokémon 25th Anniversary Concert with an unexpected ally.

Pokémon is celebrating their 25th Anniversary this month — more specifically, it’s been a quarter-century since Pikachu and Charmander took the world by storm. In an interesting turn of events, The Pokémon Company has teamed up with Post Malone to perform a live-streamed concert on February 27th on Twitch and Youtube. Will we be surprised with updated renditions of our favorite themes or will the 25-year old rapper put the “Ash Ketchum” spin on his chart-topping songs? Read the full Kotaku article or watch the announcement trailer on the Official Pokémon Youtube Channel.

 

It won’t be “THE LAST” you see of Pedro Pascal

It seems like Pedro Pascal has now fully inserted himself into the geek world of film. The Game of Thrones actor and star of The Mandalorian is slated to portray “Joel” in HBO’s live action adaptation of The Last of Us. The show will closely follow the original story of the 2013 Playstation classic — which is now known as one of the best storytelling games of all time! Although it might be a while until this show is released, we can’t wait to rewatch the epic story in an entirely new way. Keep an eye out for more announcements and for more info read the full Deadline article here!


Make your walls POP with a masterpiece from Terry Huddleston

This month’s Small-Business Spotlight is none other than Terry Huddleston Art! Huddleston is an independent creator and storied L.A. Comic Con veteran that has wowed fans for years with his bold pop-art. His online store features gorgeous prints spanning a broad array of genres and he never disappoints in turning our favorite fandoms into pieces of art. Make sure to follow Terry Huddleston on Instagram and click the button below to browse his amazing collection


February is the month to catch The Comic Bug!

This month we are proud to shine the light on The Comic Bug as a part of our Local Comic Book Shop Spotlight! Since opening in 2004, The Comic Bug has become a household name in Los Angeles — spreading its reach across 2 locations, Manhattan Beach and Culver City, The Comic Bug is known for their knowledge, friendly staff, and one-of-a-kind atmosphere in their stores. They even opened a tabletop game hub coined “The Game Hub” right next to their Manhattan Beach location.

If you’ve ever walked the L.A. Comic Con show floor, chances are you’ve seen a large group of con-goers digging through boxes filled with The Comic Bug’s insane collection. With frequent signings by comic-book creators, celebrities guest appearances and shop exclusives — you never know what might happen at The Comic Bug! Spread the love this month by following The Comic Bug on InstagramFacebook, and Twitter.

 

 

 

 

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