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Meh, i've been under a rock for the past two weeks and I'm thinking i should maybe share my nerddom and go to a Comic Con...anyone know of any on the east coast coming up soon? I've already got Heroes Con in my sights but that sooo far down the road.
And don't you dare mention WizardWorld...i wanna punch that con in the face.)

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The weekend before Heroes Con is a little lesser known Adventure Con, right here in Knoxville, TN. Not nearly as big and no where near the guest list but it does have a few good guests. Check it out and see what you think. It could almost be on your way to Heroes Con. I myself have been to this and it is pretty good but you must understand it is my first and only Con that I that I have ever been to. I did dress up as a Green Lantern. I will post the first place pic on my page here. Let me know what you think.
Sweet i love Green Lantern. i'll look up Adv Con to see if it is in fact "on the way". :)

Kevin Walker said:
The weekend before Heroes Con is a little lesser known Adventure Con, right here in Knoxville, TN. Not nearly as big and no where near the guest list but it does have a few good guests. Check it out and see what you think. It could almost be on your way to Heroes Con. I myself have been to this and it is pretty good but you must understand it is my first and only Con that I that I have ever been to. I did dress up as a Green Lantern. I will post the first place pic on my page here. Let me know what you think.

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