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Take me down to the Paradise City Comic Con where geekdom rules and the cosplay is pretty. Coming this week is the first of many pop culture conventions this year all around the country. The convention season is an exciting start to a time where the imaginations of creaators and fans come together in celebration. The people behind South Florida’s largest comic book convention, Supercon kick off the season with Paradise City Comic Con in Miami, Florida.

Paradise City Comic Con starts Friday, January 12th
and runs through Sunday, January 14th.

If you like Star Wars, Star Trek, zombies, and all that pop culture goodness, then there’s no better place to go than a convention. On a smaller scale that Supercon — but growing fast — Paradise City Comic Con will feature the usual array of geekdom awesome that fans have come to expect.

Cosplay? Check! And the Saturday night cosplay contest will be judged by the likes of Kamui Cosplay, KayBear Cosplay, & Handsome Jordan!

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Guests? A whole lot of them. If we learned anything from Supercon, the people behind the geekdom fun love to bring in celebrities from all walks of pop culture. Paradise City will include faces from Star Trek, the video game Overwatch, anime, wrestlers, and more.

Panels, movies, gaming? Oh, you know it! Paradise City will feature a host of panels about comics, anime, gaming, and wrestling. A geek film festival with indie movies will keep cinephiles happy. Gamers of all kinds will find Paradise City Comic Con lives up to its name by providing heavenly tabletop and video game sections with the latest and greatest games for XBox, Playstation, and PC.

Paradise City Comic Con begins on Friday, January 12th, and piles on the fun for the entire weekend, ending on Sunday, January 14th. Get tickets here.

Come back to Monkeys Fighting Robots for more coverage from the con, including photos of the amazing cosplay and much more.

Ruben Diaz
Writer, film-fanatic, geek, gamer, info junkie & consummate Devil's advocate who has been fascinated by Earth since 1976. Classically trained in the ways of the future.