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Organized around cities that host cons. Find a comic shop to stop at while roadtripping to your next con. Arrive at the tournament without your bag of dice or deck…..Find a place to purchase a replacement. Check back often as we are always working to increase our guides. Can’t find your favorite information for your favorite con? Let us know here.

Atlanta

Atlanta is modern city with a rich history.  They have all the activities and urbanite loves, as well as lots of interests for all types of geeks; pop culture, science, and history.  They also host Dragon*Con, which is one of the largest cons in the nation.

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Austin

Few cities have had the arts and culture expansion that Austin has experienced over the last few decades.  Film, music, culinary and visual arts have exploded on the scene in this vibrant southern city.

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Baltimore/Washington DC

 

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Boston

Everyone knows that Boston is full of great history stuff to see, but it is also a great destination for the geek in you.

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Chicago

The Windy City is a great destination for geek activities.  They have many local comic shops and an active gaming community.  They also play host to two large entertainment conventions and several smaller cons.

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Columbus

Columbus is a great little city with all of the big city perks.  This city has a strong comic shop community, many of which are active in gaming.  Columbus is home to Wizard World's Ohio Comic Con in the fall. There's plenty for geeks and nerds to do!

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Denver

Mile High City is a perfect destination for geeks and muggles alike.  With the rugged, natural beauty of the surrounding Rocky Mountains, its large urban center and large tech industrial community, it really is deserving of a long stay.  Denver Comic Con has also grown into one of the large and diverse conventions in the country and draws big names from the entertainment industry.

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Detroit

Motor City has had its struggles the last several years but is slowly coming alive again and has a tremendous amount to offer for those with interests in the geekosphere. 

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Indianapolis

Indianapolis is home to the nation's largest gaming convention, GenCon.  Recently, Indianapolis has invested in rejuvenating its downtown area.  Now visitors have a variety of activities and restaurants to choose from during their visit.

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Kansas City

In the heart of the midwest, Kansas City is famous for its barbeque, fountains and jazz music scene.  It also hosts the Kansas City Royals and the Kansas City Chiefs for the sports fan out there.  However, it fosters a large comic and gaming community as well.

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Las Vegas

The city that never sleeps in the hot Nevada sun.  Sin City is full on entertainment that caters to all interests with an ever-growing list of venues and sites.

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Los Angeles

The City of Angles, home to Hollywood, and a prime geek destination.  This city has a thriving geek community with comic shops, gaming stores and retailers galore.

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Milwaukee

Just a hop north of Chicago, Milwaukee has a great vibe and a variety of stops to keep any geek entertained.

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Minneapolis/St. Paul

Minneapolis/St. Paul hosts some regional cons, as well as has a variety of comic shops, gaming stores and shopping for geeks.  

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New Orleans

With its colorful history and all of the pop culture references to the supernatural, New Orleans is a great destination for the geek minded.

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New York

The Big Apple - The setting for many comics and movies, this town is a geek's dream.  It is full of great shops and attractions that a geek can really sink their teeth into. New York hosts a variety of conventions throughout the year.  And for the cultured, New York is full of museums to satisfy the brainiest of the brainiacs.

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Philadelphia

The City of Brotherly Love has several great comic shops and a strong gaming community.  The city also is a location for the Wizard World Comic Con.

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Phoenix

The Valley of the Sun is a fantastic place to explore the rugged terrain and hidden beauty of this sprawling city.  Phoenix has a perfect mix of Native American influence and progressive urban appeal.  Phoenix offers a great destination for geeks to discover comic shops, game stores and now hosts an excellent Comic Con!

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Portland

For many, Portland is a geek's dream location.  With the highest number of comic book artists and writers second only to New York City, Portland has a welcoming and active geek community.  

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Sacramento

Sacramento is not only a great place to meet a politician, it is also a great place to seek your geek!  With a large tech industrial presence there is plenty of support for the comic shops, gaming stores and attractions.  

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San Diego

San Diego: where the weather is nice and the beaches are beautiful.  The city provides activities for the full family.  From the zoo, to the restaurants, the coast line and its close proximity to California landmarks, this city shines as a travel and vacation spot.

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Seattle

Seattle is a city of depth, culture and a very indie vibe.  Come explore the Pacific Northwest and enjoy fresh seafood, coffee, and a heavy dose of geek.

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St. Louis

St. Louis is located in the heart of the country and has many destinations and activities for the geekcentric traveler.

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Wilmington

Whether you're a fan of Dawson's Creek or Iron Man, Wilmington has something for every geek. There are great comic shops, gaming stores and several restaurants and pubs that cater to the geek crowd.

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