FarleyCon To Return March 17

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

FarleyCon, the East Ridge Toy and Comic Book Expo, will be returning to East Ridge on Saturday, March 17, at the East Ridge Community Center at 1517 Tombras Ave .

Appearing at the East Ridge Toy and Comic Book Expo is Michael Copon who played Lucas Kendall, The Blue Power Rangers from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Time Force and Power Rangers Wild Force. Mr. Copon can also be seen as Felix Taggaro in One Tree Hill, Penn in Bring It On: In It to Win It, Ricky in That's So Raven. He also replaced Dewayne "The Rock" Johnson as Mathayus in the prequel to The Scorpion King in The Scorpion King 2: Rise of a Warrior. 

Fresh off his appearance on Netflix’s Stranger Things 2 returning to FarleyCon is actor, director and writer, Keith Brooks. Mr. Brooks is best known for his role on AMC’s The Walking Dead as Dan (AKA Deserve It Dan, a member of the Claimers who almost did that horrible thing to Carl) from Season 4. He also appeared in the Constantine, Star, Drop Dead Diva, Magic the Gathering: The Musical. As co-owner of Bean Dip Productions, Mr. Brooks can also be seen on the internet as Beast in The Uncanny X-Men and Deadpool: A Typical Tuesday. He is also the host, writer and director of the internet TV show, Bean Dip Explains It All. 

The vendor room at FarleyCon will include comics, toys, collectibles, artist, authors, crafts and more. 

Tickets are $5 for adults and children 12 and under a free with a paid adult admission. Guests may come dressed as a favorite character and join the cosplay contest. Pops for Patients will be on hand collecting Funko Pops to donate child friendly Funko POP! Figures to Children's Hospitals.

For more information, visit www.farleycon.com or at www.facebook.com/farleycon

FarleyCon is dedicated to the memory of Jared Allen. 



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