Orlando Toy and Comic Con on I-Drive this Sunday

The Orlando Toy and Comic Con will return to International Drive this weekend.

The convention takes place on Sunday, January 30, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Avanti Palms International Resort, located at 6515 International Drive.

The one-day show will feature over 50 vendors selling comics, toys, Pops, art, and other collectibles.

The event will also feature comic and celebrity guests, including Ryan Stegman (Superior Spider-Man, Venom, King in Black, Absolute Carnage), Tyler Kirkham (Earth 2, Deathstroke, Superman, X-Men), Ryan Kincaid, Barry Lowin (body double for The Mandalorian), Alex Saviuk (Spider-Man), Jonathan Hedrick, and Francesca Fantini.

Masks are recommended but are not required for the event, according to organizers.

Tickets for the event range in price from $15 to $25, including options for early admission. Kids 10 and under receive free admission with an accompanying adult.

For more information on this year’s event, vendors, and guests, visit the Orlando Toy and Comic Con website.

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