Come see us in person at the Phoenix Comic Fest on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (May 25-27). We have a 30×40 foot layout of city and trains, Star Wars, and a western town. In addition, there is a LEGO Build Off experience for the whole family.
We had a mid-sized city display and play brick table at Tucson Comic Con 2017. Here’s a few pictures:
We had a huge layout at Phx Comicon 2016. Our total area was 30′ x 40′ and the city train layout was 15′ x 27.5′. There was also a Hoth battle scene, a Star Wars section and a wasteland scene. Here are some pictures from the event:
We have a display at Phoenix Comicon Fan Fest 2015 this weekend. It is a mid-sized city/train area, a Winter Village, a Star Wars section and a build area for the kids (or adults).
Here’s a link to their website: Phoenix Comicon
There are science fiction actors, comicon book authors, vendors and tons of people in costume. If the summer Phx comicon is too crowded for you, this is the one for you.
It’s at the Cardinals Football Stadium in Glendale from Dec 4th to Dec 6th. We will be in the vendor hall.
We had 26 people attend our March 21st, 2015 Meeting. We discussed castle layout and comicon show in general as well as random Lego subjects. Here are some pictures of what people brought in:
We will have a display at Comicon Fan Fest (in the vendor hall) this weekend. If you are attending Comicon, please come by and check us out. We are in the vendor hall.
We were at Phoenix Comicon 2014 this year in the exhibitor hall (next to the Star Wars guys). This was our largest display ever.
We were at Phoenix Comicon 2013. We were in the Exhibitor hall next to the 501st Stormtrooper area. About 18 club members helped with our display. We had a city/train layout, a microcity and various models on display. Everything was extremely well received. There was a lot of interested and we are expecting a few new club members. We also hosted a Lego Panel on how to start building custom Lego models as well as two build offs (one was 12 and under and the other was open to all ages). Both build offs went off better than expected. I’d like to thank Joe, Tom and Londa for donating additional small prizes so we were able to give out additional prizes to the kids.