Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo 2016 Set For October 28-30 at the L.A. Convention Center



Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo 2016 – L.A.'s ultimate comic and pop-culture convention – has officially opened up advance ticket sales for what promises to be the biggest 3-day extravaganza yet in the show's extraordinary 6-year history.  Comikaze is L.A.'s biggest and best annual mega-event that pays homage to the stars and creative talent behind today's biggest names in pop culture. 
Last year's Comikaze drew 76,000 – and such luminaries as Carrie Fisher and William Shatner, along with the memorable and much-covered cast reunion of All That.  There was also the Power Rangers Pavilion, the Cosplay National Championship, the Prop Making National Championship, LA's Ultimate Trick or Treat, and unforgettable panels with comic book greats Stan LeeMike MignolaGrant MorrisonMarc SilvestriRob LiefeldPhil TippettTodd McFarlane – and so much more. 
For 2016, Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo will roll out the red carpet for even more stars, creators and vendors making the show a must-attend for every fan of comics, sci-fi, fantasy, horror, video games, fashion, toys, art, collectibles, film, TV and music.  There's a reason why Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo is the defending ConHQ Con of the Year, winning the honor not once – but twice!
Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo kicks off advance ticket sales with the absolute best deal on tickets anyone will ever see all year – three-day passes for only $55!  You will not see a better price...guaranteed!
"We are thrilled to launch advance ticket sales to the public with an offer that can't be refused – the coveted three-day MultiPass for an incredibly low $55 dollars.  The first ticket purchasers will receive a coupon for a FREE celebrity autograph.  And most important, it's a price that – once the advance window closes – won't come around again," said Comikaze founder Regina Carpinelli.
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