San Angelo Comic Con is back! Head on out for some family friendly fun at the San Angelo Coliseum this weekend from February 18-20th. Millions of toys, collectibles, comics, games, and much more. Kids under the age of 6 get free admission with parent or guardian. Enjoy meet and greets with celebrity guests with an autograph and photo opportunity. Participate in Video Game tournaments with cosplay costume contests as well! Comic Con offers multiple passes including day passes, weekend passes, and the VIP Golden Ticket! The Golden Ticket grants you an All-Access 3 Day Pass. More benefits of the VIP Golden Ticket include: Collectors Edition Metal BADGE - to show off to all your friends along with the following:

Custom Designed T-Shirt - Limited edition VIP Only T-shirt (not available for sale)

San Angelo Comic Con Canvas Bag - To carry all your goodies around with while you're there.

Early access to the vendor room all 3 days 30 minutes before general admission - Early shoppers get 1st crack to see all of the items!

Front of line privileges for all celebrity autographs and Photo Ops - Who wants to wait for in line for autographs?!? Just walk up and meet the Comic Con guests!

Join thousands of fans and celebrate everything pop culture in this Valentine themed event so bring a loved one or meet someone at the speed dating activity. San Angelo Comic Con is brought to you by Galactic Events. Their pop culture event tours bring you every bit of excitement you've come to love from movies, comics, toys, gaming tournaments, anime, manga, horror, collectibles, cosplay, celebrity guests all the way to that vintage comic you've been looking for!

Purchase your tickets online at or if you have any questions, send them an email!

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