WildPig Comic Convention and 50% off Sale (April 2011)

February 8, 2011 by  
Filed under Comic Books, Convention Profiles, New Jersey

WildPig

Convention Name
WildPig Comic Convention and 50% off Sale
Convention Website Address
http://www.wildpigcomics.com
This convention will take place:

  • for one day only.
Date
04/03/2011
About This Convention
Formerly a comic book store in central NJ for eleven years, WildPig Comics now runs a comic convention twice a year based exclusively around our inventory. Our convention features 60,000 50 cent comics from the Silver Age to the present in alphabetical order, 2,000 trades at 50% off, comic and comic-related magazines at 50% off, free raffles at 1 and 4 PM (featuring Marvel Omnibuses and DC Absolute Editions), and 30 artists. We offer a superb selection at bargain prices, so customers never have to haggle or fear being swindled. Our convention is dedicated to a celebration of the comic book medium, so all 3500 square feet of space is free of the multimedia dog and pony aspects of the bigger shows.
Venue Name and Address
Holiday Inn Somerset
195 Davidson Ave
Somerset, New Jersey 08873
United States
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Number of Dealer/Exhibitor Tables
30
Projected Attendance
500
Please select the Category that best describes the convention
Comic Books
Guests
Fred Chao, Comic Geek Speak, Bryan J.L. Glass, Fred Hembeck, Rudy Nebres, Alex Robinson, Tom Smith, Timony Brothers, Neil Vokes, JK Woodward, and many more!

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