Guests were greeted by a giant tardis that may have threatened to steal the show, but around every corner, there were experiences to explore. Face painting, kids cosplay contest, story time with costumed characters, author panel, workshops, and vendors adorned the rows and stacks of books.
From making Wonder Woman armbands, personalizing your own Captain America shield and the chance to green screen yourself into a superhero photo, Southshore LibCon knew no leaps or bounds. ’66 Batman learned some updated computer skills while Night Owl read about superheroes. The 7 Foot teddy bear was met with awe and hugs as US Agent was diligent in keeping villains at bay.