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Additionally, Comic Con is more of Sci-Fi/comic stuff. It's a convention composed of 100s of private sellers as well as small business. In recent years there's been a lot of bigger studio companies and such too. Not a lot of LEGO involved. There is like one seller that I've seen a couple times who sells vintage sets, still sealed in the box, but he doesn't have the best prices. They're not a rip off, but they're no bargain either. Aside from that LEGO does have a booth, but its nothing special, the best LEGO related thing that can come from Comic Con is Exclusive freebies, give aways, or raffles. But it's hard to find out what it'll be.
San Diego is sold out like yys4us says.
New York Comic Con had some Superhero give-a-ways at the DC Comics booth last Oct. But overall...most of these shows have just a couple of dealers selling Lego and they're usually at premium prices.
I actually found a decent amount of Lego at Pittsburgh Comic Con. Some customs for sale, older figures, some older sets. Premium prices though. But comic cons aren't the best. Look for Lego/brick/Afol conventions going on all around the country.
I'm sure someone online here has a list of this years brick conventions.