Comic Con Brussels has been a premier spot for lovers of pretty much all fandoms and steampunks alike, and fall 2022 was no different.
This time they split up the convention into two halls, in buildings opposite of each other. Not only did this remove a lot of the crowdedness (unless you wanted food) of previous editions, but it also gave visitors the opportunity to explore the newest hall of Tour et Taxis, a wood-and-metal marvel that makes the ‘punk heart beat faster.
While this isn’t a steampunk convention, never has been and never will be, it continues to be a good spot to find merch from larger stores, small shops and indy creators, and to encounter likeminded individuals.
It’s also very family-friendly, so definitely a convention I can recommend!