|Media Badge for Amazing LV Comic-Con. Photo: Batcave Toy Room|
The LV Comic-Con has been full of comic book, Cosplay, and vintage toy goodness. I spotted a vintage Star Wars Droid Factory and had hopes to check this off my 10 Star Wars toy I want to have in my Toy Collection checklist, but unfortunately, the early bird catches the worm.
The booth with the Droid Factory was one of the first I visited, but I had intentions on coming back after having a chance of looking around a bit. However, upon my return a fellow toy collector was there and was cleaning house and spent a cool $1,500 on vintage Star Wars toys, including the Droid Factory I had my eye on. Back to the hunt for me.
The first two days of the Con I have mostly spent checking out the booths and photographing the Cosplayers. The third day will probably be more photo taking and sitting in on some panels. My family will be spending the last day with me at the Con and we will be ending the weekend with a family dinner.
I'll be reporting more on the LV Con over the next week, but here's a couple of sneak peeks for my buddies Eric from Toyriffic and Kal from Calvin's Canadian Cave of Cool.
|Joker and Harley at the Amazing LV Comic-Con. Photo: Batcave Toy Room|
|Cold War Supergirl Elizabeth Wither at Amazing Las Vegas Comic-Con. Photo: Batcave Toy Room|
More to come from the Amazing Las Vegas Comic-Con. Stay tuned.
About the author: John Sholtz is an avid toy collector and the interim editor of the Batcave Toy Room due to the abrupt death of Bruce Wayne. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter at, Facebook, Google+ and Linkedin.