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Niagara Falls Comic Con

What an awesome weekend! Let me start by saying that I've never been to the Niagara Falls Comic Con before. I know a few people who have gone and I heard nothing but good things so I thought I'd give it a try this year.... and I'm so happy I did. It was amazing! Everything was so organized and everyone was completely informed on what was going on. I had no issues signing in, getting my table, and finding whatever else I needed.

The show was busy for most of the time on both days. I was impressed by the steady flow of people coming down the aisles and when I left my table for break, it was difficult to get down some aisles which is a great feeling when you're a vendor.

Day 1:

This was my table set-up for the show and I was so excited about the curtain backdrop they had up. It made the tables look so much better in Artist Alley.
Niagara Falls Comic Con
Niagara Falls Comic Con
Niagara Falls Comic Con

My hair was beyond frizzy all weekend from the dampness in the air. It was such a pain. Niagara Falls Comic Con
Niagara Falls Comic Con

You know you're at a Canadian comic convention when there's a spot to buy poutine in the middle of the room.
Niagara Falls Comic Con

Day 2:

My table.
Niagara Falls Comic Con
Niagara Falls Comic Con
Niagara Falls Comic Con
Niagara Falls Comic Con
Creepiness at the Fangoria booth! My recap of Niagara Falls Comic Con will be up on my blog shortly:

I finally wore my new t-shirt on Sunday.
Today's t-shirt! #gotham #geekgirl #powerpuffgirls

If you have never been to the Niagara Falls Comic Con and you're in the area, I highly recommend checking it out next year. I'm hoping I can get a table again because it was such a fun weekend and I can only see it growing!

xo Jen


  1. That zombie couple is TERRIFYING! Your stall looked lovely though :) xx

    1. Yeah, the couple was walking around all day and at first it was so creepy. I had to take a photo!

  2. This looked awesome! I love seeing your stalls and outfits. I agree with Katie, the zombie couple are scary.

    I'm off to my first ever Comic Con in London next month!



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