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One of Kentucky’s biggest weekends in geekery is just around the corner. Lexington Comic & Toy Convention is taking place on March 26-29 at the Lexington Convention Center on 430 West Vine Street in Lexington, Kentucky. 

Media guests attending the show Warwick Davis (Star Wars), Steve Guttenberg, Michael Winslow, and Tim Kazurinsky (Police Academy), Ralph Macchio, William Zabka, and Martin Kove (The Karate Kid), Barbara Eden (I Dream of Jeannie!), Anthony Michael Hall, Ally Sheedy, and Judd Nelson (Breakfast Club), Matt Ryan (Constantine), John Rhys-Davis (Indiana Jones), Alan Ritchson (Titans), Kathy Najimy (Hocus Pocus), Scott Hall (pro wrestler), Marc Singer (BeastMaster), Erin Gray (Buck Rogers), Jason David Frank and Catherine Sutherland (Power Rangers), Raj Singh (Indiana Jones Temple of Doom), Richard Karn and Debbe Dunning (Home Improvement), Taylor Gray (Star Wars Rebels), George Newbern (Superman), Susan Eisenberg (Wonder Woman), Bret Iwan (Mickey Mouse), Bill Farmer and Jason Marsden (A Goofy Movie), Jim Cummings (Winnie the Pooh), Terry McGovern (Ducktales), Eric Stuart, Rachael Lillis, and Tara Sands (Pokémon), Cindy Morgan and Bruce Boxlietner (Tron), and cosplayer Ani-Mia.

Comic guests attending the show include Beau Smith (Wynonna Earp), Doc Shaner (The Flash), Nick Spencer (Action Comics), Kevin Eastman (TMNT), Yehuda and Maya Devir (One of Those Days), Jim Mahfood (Tank Girl), Frank Fosco (Legionnaires), Bob Wiacek (Wolverine), Kyle Starks (Rick & Morty), Mike Huddleston (Showcase), Nicole D’Andria (Zombie Tramp), Shawn Gabborin (Puppet Master), Shawn Pryor (Force), Ray-Anthony Height (Archie Comics), Tressa Bowling (Power Girl Mob), Justin Stewart (Grrl Scouts: Magic Socks), Tommy Lee Edwards (Mother Panic), Gavin Smith (Dead Legends), Chris Schweizer (The Crogan Adventures), and Stuart Sayger (Kiss Zombies).

Lexington Comic & Toy Convention features celebrities of film and TV, comics, art, music, and more. During the show, attendees can meet their favorite stars and creators, browse through a large selection of vendors offering everything from comics and toys to shirts and collectibles of every fandom. While the show has offered a glimpse at their extensive guest list, which will continue to grow, they have chosen to keep their full 2020 program a secret. At least for now. Be sure to check the show’s website in the weeks leading up to the con for everything you can expect. 

The con is running Thursday 6 PM to 10 PM, Friday 12 PM to 8 PM, Saturday 10 AM to 7 PM, and Sunday 10 AM to 4 PM. One-day passes are $20 for Thursday, $30 for Friday, $45 for Saturday, and $25 for Sunday. A full weekend pass is available for $90, with children 10 and under admitted for free with a paid adult every day except Saturday. Only children 4 and under will be admitted for free, with a paid adult, on Saturday. 

For more information on the upcoming show, or to purchase tickets, visit lexingtoncomiccon.com