Tucson Comic-Con is finally back after being postponed many time for covid restrictions
After a couple of years away due to the pandemic, Tucson Comic-Con has returned to the Tucson Convention Center.
The event has been held in Tucson for the past 13 years. The event’s organisers have expressed their delight at returning and their anticipation for a fruitful gathering.
“Make sure to engage with the convention staff. Play a game, go to a panel, it’s not just shopping for a Knick-Knack or comic,” Sarah Murphy, the convention manager, said.
The convention’s organisers have promised tight security to prevent the entry of any weapons, genuine or otherwise.
Because many costumes are so lifelike, Murphy says, props can sometimes look like genuine firearms. Before entering, everyone must have their pets “peace bonded.” After props have been “peace bonded,” a tag must be clearly displayed on them before they are admitted.
Unacceptable props will be confiscated at the entrance.
All bags are subject to inspection according the established policy.
Prop firearms must not be made of metal and must have a red or orange tip.
Despite the fact that no one has ever brought a real weapon to the Tucson Comic-Con, organisers are nevertheless taking extra precautions to ensure the safety of all attendees.
Murphy remarked, ““This is an event for everyone,We want it to be safe”.
Tucson Comic Con began at 3 p.m. on Friday and will end on Sunday. Friday tickets are $15, Saturday tickets are $25, and Sunday tickets are $15.
There will be many well-known people in attendance, as well as comic book writers and illustrators, retailers, games, and more.
Tickets are only available for purchase at the venue.