Well, the dust is settling from this past weekend's Awesome Con in downtown Washington, D.C., and what a great time once again. This author has attended the con for several years, working for the "Fantastic Forum" TV show airing in D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York City. Here are a few photos of TV-related goodies seen at the vendor tables, as well as a little glance at the studio set for "Fantastic Forum." Look for segments shot at the show in upcoming episodes!
Above, the local CW affiliate had a "Flash"-mobile there! Below, it's a Batmobile replica by Fiberglass Freaks, subject of a previous "Fantastic Forum" episode, by the way. Fiberglass Freaks is the officially licensed maker of the Batmobile replica.
Above and below, Geppi's Entertainment Museum of Baltimore, owned by Steve Geppi, had a wonderful display of movie and TV memorabilia over the years. Geppi's was also the subject of a previous episode of "FF," with this author's own interview of Steve Geppi.
We love TV show comics, especially vintage ones, and one vendor had a whole mess of them.
Billie Rae Bates of BRBTV on the studio set of "Fantastic Forum." Look for upcoming episode segments from Awesome Con!
Photos by Billie Rae Bates / BRBTV
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