Addy Miller and Madison Lintz from The Walking Dead TV show autograph photos for fans.
Brian Pulido, who is the creator of Lady Death, brought lots of great merchandise, including a Lady Death show exclusive.
Who you gonna call? The Tenneessee Ghostbusters drew plenty of attention with their large inflatable Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.
What about the comics? There were rows and rows or comic book long boxes. There were numerous $1 boxes and even some 50 cents boxes. Also, plenty of discounted and half-price graphic novels.
Plenty of toys also, everything from Star Wars to Transformers to My Little Pony.
Many came dressed in costume, everything from superheroes to zombies.
Plenty of exhibitor booths, ComicCollectorLive.com had several great exclusive comics for sale.
Cast members of D4 were on hand to autograph D4 dvds.
If you didn't make it out to the Nashville Comic Con & Horror Fest on Saturday, there's still time. The show is open on Sunday, October 2 from 11 AM to 4 PM. There are a couple more guests appearing on Sunday that weren't there today. There will also be panels for The Walking Dead and Doctor Who on Sunday. Check out the details at www.comiccitytn.com.