The first Lexington Comic and Toy Convention, in 2012 at Lexington  Convention Center, was a much smaller affair than it has become — although it still drew more visitors than organizers expected. Founder Jarrod Greer credits booking several Power Rangers cast members as one of the key factors in the con's growth.
The first Lexington Comic and Toy Convention, in 2012 at Lexington Convention Center, was a much smaller affair than it has become — although it still drew more visitors than organizers expected. Founder Jarrod Greer credits booking several Power Rangers cast members as one of the key factors in the con's growth.
The first Lexington Comic and Toy Convention, in 2012 at Lexington Convention Center, was a much smaller affair than it has become — although it still drew more visitors than organizers expected. Founder Jarrod Greer credits booking several Power Rangers cast members as one of the key factors in the con's growth.

Lexington Comic-Con: Power Rangers helped convention explode

March 13, 2014 10:27 AM

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