NJ Meadowlands Comic Book Expo (June 2012)
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|June 24th will see the second “REAL” comic book show ever held in the NJ Meadowlands! Yes, there have been autograph shows with a few comics dealers… and manga events… but never a good old-fashioned comicon.
Come to the Secaucus Holiday Inn at 300 Plaza Rd (2nd floor) and experience 2 rooms packed full of comics from bargain books to CGC graded key issues.
The show runs from 10-4 and admission is only $2 (and kids under 12 are free). FREE garaged parking is available just a few hundred feet from the site (3rd floor of parking deck “C“). Just off of RT 3, it is minutes away from the NJ Turnpike, RT 17, Hudson county and Manhattan (less than 5 miles from the Lincoln Tunnel!)
Our first show in April was a rousing success… and we expect this show to be even better!
We have been running monthly comicons in NJ for over twenty years and our roster includes the best and friendliest dealers in the northeast…
A brand new collection will be premiering at the show as well! The Jersey City Salvation Army received an amazing collection of thousands of comics and hundreds of action figures as a donation from an estate. They will be taking 2 tables at the show and selling it on a first come first served basis… don’t miss out!
Have you seen AMC’s Comic Book Men and thought that the show would be so much better if you were on it?… Well now is your chance to find out! The show’s talent coordinator will be at our show looking for guests to be on the show’s second season!
We’ll have hourly door prizes and of course, one of our legendary no minimum bid auctions at noon!
For more info check out our website at www.njcomicbookshows.com
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|Holiday Inn Secaucus
300 Plaza Road
Secaucus, NJ 07094
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|Rick Man, Anthony Hochrein|