The Origins of the Long Beach Comic Con

The Long Beach Post gets the scoop from Martha Donato, the director of the inaugural Long Beach Comic Con, as to how the whole thing got started and the potential for next year.

During the second day of the three-day LB Comic-Con, she spoke with reporter Mark Edward Nero about how she managed to go from being a laid-off worker to being a self-employed entrepreneur – in less than a year – who’s the guiding force behind an event attracting thousands of people.

They also declare the con “A Soaring Success.”

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