Planet Comicon 2015 Adds Guardians Cast Members

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Planet Comicon has announced their latest additions to the guest roster for 2015:

Karen Gillan – from Doctor Who and Guardians of the Galaxy
Michael Rooker – from The Walking Dead and Guardians of the Galaxy
Scott Wilson – Herschel from The Walking Dead
J. August Richards – Deathlok from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Sean Gunn – from Guardians of the Galaxy and Gilmore Girls
Raphael Sbarge – Archie Hopper from Once Upon a Time
Steve Cardenas – from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Laura Vandervoort – from Smallville and Bitten
Grant Bowler – Joshua Nolan from Defiance
Kent McCord - from Adam-12, seaQuest DSV, Galactica 1980
And from the cast of Lost Girl: Kris Holden-Ried, Rachel Skarsten, and Emmanuelle Vaugier

Planet Comicon will be better and bigger than ever this year. We have expanded the exhibit hall for even more dealers, artists, celebrities, cosplay, and special attractions.

We’ve announced great guests with many more announcements to come. You’ll meet Hollywood stars including Cary Elwes (The Princess Bride), Stephen Amell (Arrow), John Barrowman (Arrow, Torchwood, Doctor Who), Laura Vandervoort (Smallville), Sam Witwer (Being Human), Robbie Amell (The Tomorrow People, The Flash), and many others.

We also have a great array of top comics creators on the slate. We’ve recently announced Howard Chaykin and have nearly a dozen additional comics guests to announce in the next week. So far, we’ve confirmed Tim Bradstreet (Punisher), Stan Sakai (Usagi Yojimbo), Katie Cook (My Little Pony), Don Rosa (Uncle Scrooge), and local favorites including Jason Aaron (Thor, Star Wars).

Check out our new website for more information our guests and attractions.

MD – Toe Tag Riot Signing

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Writer Matt Miner and artist Sean von Gorman appear at Third Eye Comics for a signing on Saturday January 24th from 11:00 AM till 1:00 PM!

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Third Eye Comics
2027-A West Street, Annapolis, MD 21401
(410) 897-0322

MD – Wytches Signing

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Superstar writer Scott Snyder (Batman, American Vampire, The Wake) appears at Third Eye Comics on Saturday, January 17, 2015 from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm to sign WYTCHES!

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Press Release:

The one and only Scott Snyder, the uber-talented superstar writer behind Batman: Court of Owls, Batman the Black Mirror, American Vampire, and most recently, the red-hot new IMAGE series WYTCHES, will be making a very special visit to Third Eye!

We are beyond stoked to be hosting Scott at the shop, and we know when many of you guys heard our first announcement of this, you echoed the same excitement in a major way!

And, you guys know why this signing is happening? It’s because of YOU and your enthusiasm for these awesome events we have. Third Eye has a reputation far and wide for providing some of the most fun in-store events in the country, and we could not do it without you guys and the genuine love of the medium each and everyone of you brings with you.

So, we’re going to be pulling out all the stops to make this one extra-special, as we celebrate the SEASON OF THE WYTCH at Third Eye with Scott Snyder.

WHAT’S WYTCHES ABOUT?
This incredible new IMAGE COMICS series is one of the coolest things we’ve seen to come down the pike in quite sometime. Not since the release of SAGA #1 have we had this kind of anticipation and excitement for a new ongoing series, and folks, while we’re only one issue in at this point, I have to tell you: that one issue totally delivered on all the high hopes we had for it!

In WYTCHES, we’re shown how across hte globe, century after century, men and women were burned, drowned, hanged, tortured, imprisoned, persecuted, and murdered for the crime of witchcraft.

Guess what? None of them were witches. In fact, they died protecting a terrible and hidden truth: witches, real witches, DO exist.

They are ancient, elusive, and deadly creatures that are rarely seen and even more rarely survived.

And, in Snyder & Jock’s WYTCHES, we’re taking a very dark trip into their world.

We can practically hear Dario Argento’s Suspiria theme playing in the background as we type this, Third Eye Faithful, that’s how darn creepy and awesome WYTCHES is.

Winter is the Season of the Wytch!
Subscribe to WYTCHES at Third Eye & Be Entered to Win an ultra-rare CBLDF Variant of WYTCHES #1!
In celebration of Wytches, and the huge, historic signing event that we’ll be having with Scott in January, we’re proclaiming this Winter the Season of the Wytch!

What does this mean? If you’ve already subscribed to WYTCHES, or if you subscribe to WYTCHES between 10/27 – 1/1/15, you’ll be entered into a special prize drawing to win one of the ULTRA-RARE WYTCHES #1 Comic Book Legal Defense Fund Variants.

These are super difficult to come by, and this is your chance to win one of these high dollar books for free!

And, it’ll be in time to get it signed by Scott at our signing on 1/17!

How to Enter? New Subscribers, go here and fill out the subscription form with WYTCHES in the add titles field. Existing Subscribers, go here, and put WYTCHES in the add titles field.

How to Win? On New Year’s Eve 12/31, we’ll be running all of the names subscribed at all Third Eye locations through a randomizer, and we’ll announce the winning name via our website, Facebook, Twitter, and more at 12:01AM New Year’s Day.

The winner will then have up to 72 hours to follow-up with us via e-mail, phone or store visit to claim their item!

GET THE THIRD EYE WYTCHES VARIANTS!
We’re so excited about WYTCHES that we did not just one, but two awesome Third Eye variants, one for issue #2, and one for issue #3!

These are both by the incredibly talented DECLAN SHALVEY, and the two covers when placed side by side make one, awesome large connecting image.

These are being printed in very limited quantities, and are exclusively available via Third Eye Comics.

Issue #2 (pictured right), will go on sale on Wednesday 11/12/14, and issue #3 will be on sale 12/3/14.

Make sure you snag one of each, so you can get them signed by Scott on Saturday 1/17/15!

GET THE WYTCHES PHANTOM VARIANTS!
In addition to the totally rad Third Eye variants, we’ll also have the totally awesome, totally rare PHANTOM edition of WYTCHES #2 available, featuring cover art by the very talented RILEY ROSSMO.

PHANTOM VARIANTS are available in less than 30 comic book stores worldwide, and are the ultimate way to celebrate your favorite series, as they wed high concept cover art to cutting edge new titles.

OTHER PROJECTS BY SCOTT SNYDER
We’re super big fans of Snyder’s other projects, and past works as well as his new series WYTCHES, so we wanted to take a moment to spotlight some of the other great stuff he’s done that you can get signed on 1/17/15!

First off, in the series AMERICAN VAMPIRE, Scott Snyder totally reimagined the mythology of vampires in a way that was so fresh, and so exciting, that it still has us hooked to this day with the most recent incarnation: AMERICAN VAMPIRE: SECOND CYCLE.

In AMERICAN VAMPIRE, we begin by following Pearl, a young woman living in 1920s Los Angeles, who is brutally turned into a vampire and sets out on a path of righteous revenge against the European monsters who tortured and abused her.

Meanwhile, the background to American Vampire is laid in the Old West, as the origin of Skinner Sweet, the original American vampire, shows us a stronger, faster creature than any vampire ever seen before.

Imagine Sergio Leone’s ONCE UPON A TIME IN AMERICA by way of FROM DUSK TIL DAWN or NEAR DARK, as Snyder follows his cast through the various generations and decades, and delivers one of the best takes on horror comics we’ve seen in quite some time.

We’ve got all the graphic novels of AMERICAN VAMPIRE in stock, as well as all of the issues of the new series, SECOND CYCLE, to get you on board.

And, of course, many of you may already know Scott Snyder from his incredible work on BATMAN, but just in case you don’t, we’ve got to take a second to spotlight his work on BATMAN: COURT OF OWLS, BATMAN: CITY OF OWLS, BATMAN: DEATH OF THE FAMILY, and most recently BATMAN: ZERO YEAR.

As the man who brought BATMAN back to prominence with the launch of the NEW 52 Batman run, starting with COURT OF OWLS, then continuing into the later stories, Snyder has redefined BATMAN more than any other creator in recent memory.

Along with GREG CAPULLO, he has done an incredible job of giving us exactly what we want out of Gotham City, and then some.

Folks, if you’ve never read BATMAN, or if it’s been a long time since you’ve read BATMAN, we highly recommend picking up BATMAN: COURT OF OWLS, and finding out why Snyder’s run is spoken of so highly.

And, don’t forget, BATMAN: THE BLACK MIRROR, which features Snyder’s WYTCHES collaborator, JOCK, and delivers one of the most interesting Batman stories we’ve ever read.

In BATMAN, the BLACK MIRROR, Snyder & Jock, showcase the dark origins of Jim Gordon’s long-lost son… James Gordon Jr. And, it’s a truly harrowing read, from start to finish. By far, one of the darkest, and most compelling BATMAN stories we’ve read since ARKHAM ASYLUM, Batman: the BLACK MIRROR is an incredible read, and a must-have to get signed by Scott on Saturday 1/17/15.

Finally, a must-read for you WYTCHES fans, as it really captures the same kind of sheer creepiness, and dread that WYTCHES does, is SEVERED. In this IMAGE COMICS sleeper hit, we’re introduced to 12-year old Jack Garron, who’s ran away from home to find his biological father, a wayward musician.

Along the way he meets up with a traveling salesman whose winning smile is fake, beneath which hide his real teeth — jagged spikes that he uses to eat his prey.

This was an incredible read, and if you dig the cerebral, eerie horror of WYTCHES, then you’ll love SEVERED. Make sure you scoop a copy to get signed by Scott on 1/17!

Cosplay & Be Entered to Win a WYTCHES #1
Phantom Black & White Sketch Variant

Scott Snyder has written some great stories with some fantastic characters for Cosplay material; be it the mysterious Wytches you could put your own interpretation on, a member of the Court of Owls, ol’ Skinner Sweet, or the Clown Prince of Crime.

So, we figured: hey, we’re Third Eye, we have a TON of uber-talented Cosplayers who are a part of the Third Eye fam, and shop at our stores — why not make this even more fun?

So, here it is, Third Eye Faithful: you come in Cosplay as any character from ANY project Snyder has worked on (from Batman to Wytches to American Vampire and beyond) — and you’ll be entered to win a WYTCHES #1 Phantom Black & White Sketch variant before the doors open for the signing!

BE ONE OF THE FIRST 50 IN LINE & RECEIVE A FREE GIFT!

You guys know us by now, right? You know we love it when you make these events into a real experience, and with how big of a signing this is — we know you guys are going to be down to make it a true Third Eye extravaganza.

It’s seeing you guys building a community while having fun, and waiting in line for these events that really motivates us to keep making stuff like this happen. We love it, and as such, we’ve decided to put together a very cool surprise gift for the first 50 of you who are lined up for the big signing!

Third Eye Comics
2027-A West Street, Annapolis, MD 21401
(410) 897-0322

NYC – The Last American Vampire Signing

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Seth Grahame-Smith appears at Barnes & Noble to sign The Last American Vampire on Wednesday January 14, 2015 at 7:00 PM.

Author Event
Seth Grahame-Smith follows his beloved Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, with the story of vampire Henry Sturges. Henry goes on the road in a Kerouac-influenced trip as he tries to find renewed purpose in the wake of his good friend Lincoln’s death.

Barnes & Noble – 86th & Lexington Ave
150 East 86th Street, New York, NY 10028
212-369-2180

Wayne NJ Toy, Comic and Collectibles Show (2015 and 2016 Schedule)

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Convention Wayne NJ Toy, Comic & Collectibles Show
Convention Website Address http://www.waynenjtoyandcollectiblesshow.com
Start Date 2015 Schedule – 1/4, 2/1, 3/1, 4/5, 5/3, 6/7, 7/5, 8/2, 9/6, 10/4, 11/1, 12/6

2016 Schedule – 1/3, 2/7, 3/6, 4/3, 5/1, 6/5, 7/3, 8/7, 9/4, 10/2, 11/6, 12/4

About This Convention: Wayne, New Jersey – Wayne NJ Toy, Comic and Collectibles Show – Held at Company #1 Firehouse, 97 Parish Dr, Wayne NJ 07470, Take Rte 23 North or South, in Wayne NJ, to the Lincoln Park Exit and follow the Red & Yellow Toy Show signs to Parish Drive and Firehouse. Winter months visit the huge flea market across the bridge at the PAL building. We (The Firehouse Show) feature all types of Vintage and Current hard to find Items such as, Toys, Comics, Movie Memorabilia, Sports, Non-Sports, Advertising, Action Figures, DVD, Gaming, Music, Dolls, Paper Collectibles, Books and Magazines, Die Cast Cars and Trucks, Hot Wheels, Trains, Care bears, Small Antiques, Monster Magazines and Movies, Sci-Fi and Horror Related Stuff and much much more.This is a full collectibles show, always changing merchandise, with steady and new dealers. Check our web page at www.waynenjtoyandcollectiblesshow.com and our new show www.toyconnj.com See us on Flickr, Youtube and Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/pages/Wayne-NJ-Toy-and-Collectible-Show/108434625896135 – Hours: 8am to 2pm. Admission: $3; Children under 12 free.

For more information contact Phil De Mario, PO Box 4094, Wayne NJ 07474-4094, (973) 726-9897, or email us at waynenjtoyshow@aol.com.

This is our 24th year running this monthly show. Dealers come from many states and bring a huge variety of all types of collectibles. Low table prices afford great flexibility for the dealers to pass on great deals to the customers. There is a Snack bar and free parking. We never have less than 80 tables of fantastic buys. Come shop where the dealers get there rare finds. And where the “Toy Hunter” TV series sells their “on the road” finds.

Venue Name Company #1 Firehouse
Venue Address 97 Parish Drive
Wayne, NJ 07470
United States
Number of Dealer/Exhibitor Tables 85
Number of Dealer/Exhibitor Tables 350
What category best describes your convention? Collectibles
What other categories might be appropriate for your convention? - Anime
– Comic Books
– Gaming
– Horror
– Science Fiction and Fantasy
– Sports

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Albany Comic Con Toy Show (April 2015)

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Convention Name
Albany Comic Con Toy Show
Convention Website Address
http://www.albanytoyshow.com
This convention will take place:
  • for one day only.
Date (Format mm/dd/yyyy)
04/19/2015
About This Convention
The Capital District Toy Show is an annual event in the Capital District of Albany in Upstate New York. Now in it’s 5th year it features Toys, Comic Books and Collectibles of every kind including: Star Wars, GI Joe, Transformers, Mego, Horror, Movie memorabilia, Wrestling, Non Sports Cards, Barbie’s, Statues, Model Kits, and much, much more.

Along with a great line up of vendors, the show hosts professional sculptors, and artists that work on action figures, statues, model kits and comic books. This show is for anyone, of any age that loves or collects toys or memorabilia

Venue Name and Address
Holiday Inn
205 Wolf Rd
Albany, New Yrok 12205
United States
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Number of Dealer/Exhibitor Tables
50
Projected Attendance
600
Please select the Category that best describes the convention
Collectibles
Additional Categories
  • Comic Books
  • Horror
  • Science Fiction and Fantasy
Guests
Ron Marz, Paul Harding, John Hebert, Bill Anderson, and many more

Albany

NY Wintercon Comic and Sci-Fi Expo (December 2015)

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Convention Name
NY Wintercon – The NY Winter Con Comic & Sci-Fi Expo!
Convention Website Address
http://www.nywintercon.com
This convention will take place:
  • over multiple days.
Start Date (Format mm/dd/yyyy)
12/05/2015
End Date (Format mm/dd/yyyy)
12/06/2015
About This Convention
After the great success of the first NY Wintercon, The second one will be twice as grand, expanded over two days with cosplay, artists, celebrities, programming, dealers, combat coral, and more! All at Resorts World Casino in Jamaica, Queens, NY!
Venue Name and Address
Resorts World Casino
110-00 Rockaway Blvd,
Jamaica, NY 11420
United States
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Number of Dealer/Exhibitor Tables
200
Projected Attendance
10000
Please select the Category that best describes the convention
Comic Books
Additional Categories
  • Anime
  • Gaming
  • Horror
  • Science Fiction and Fantasy
  • Collectibles

Spooky Empire Con Report!

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“Why do you think horror movies are so popular?” asked my friend John. It was Friday evening, October 24, and we were standing in Tobin Bell’s autograph line at Spooky Empire, the semiannual fright fest held in sunny Orlando. I have known John since 1990, when he, a transfer student from Massachusetts, walked into my high school Spanish class and took the only available seat–the one next to me. After high school, we worked together at McDonald’s, and when he moved to Tennessee for college, and then Florida to work in the nursing home industry, we remained friends. He was with me at the Minneapolis Wizard World, as a matter of fact.

And this is what our friendship is like: deep thoughts. Why are horror movies popular? “Fear is primal,” I answered. “We like being scared because it is a release, especially when the object scaring us is revealed to be harmless, like a man in a mask.” (The Atlantic magazine ran a great article on exactly this topic; I’ll recommend it here.) We talked about it more, stepping forward every so often as the incredibly slow-moving line moved forward (with incredible slowness). This is not because the line was mismanaged; there were simply a lot of people in it.

I have seen all the Saw movies, and Tobin Bell was the one person I wanted to see at my inaugural Spooky Empire, which calls itself “one of the largest horror cons in the US.” Horror cons tend to be peopled by B- and C-list celebs, but this one had some moneymakers: Tara Reid, David Guintoli and Bitsie Tulloch (from TV’s Grimm), Derek Mears, Chris Sarandon, some of The Walking Dead cast, most of Rob Zombie’s Halloween cast, and, of course, Tobin Bell. He was very gracious with his time, talking and laughing with attendees. The person in front of me had a Tobin Bell mask for him to sign, and I wanted to ask Tobin how it felt to hold his own face in his hands, but I was afraid it’d be weird. Instead, I handed him my still-in-the-box figure of Billy, Jigsaw’s creepy puppet (which I had already had Cary Elwes sign at DragonCon). Below is the result.

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Want a close-up of Billy? Here it is.

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Sadly, the household-name-ness did not extend to the authors. I am a writer, an English professor, and a sometime bookseller. In other words, I know literature. As a 25-year fan of horror fiction, I know horror literature. But I did not know a single writer in attendance. (Full disclosure: Carrie Harris was there. She seems pretty big in YA circles, and she got the big-author-convention treatment, meaning she got a panel of her own and her picture was the biggest in the program.) I seem to remember Clive Barker attending a couple of years ago, so I know Spooky Empire can attract true literary stars. I was disappointed that they hadn’t done so this year.

The good thing is that the writers who were there stayed paneled-up. They led not just author talks but actual seminars on writing and publishing, some of which were tailored to specific interests, such as Friday night’s “Writing for Screen and Other Mediums.” Though the name should have been “media” (sorry, writerly tic), it was a good seminar.

Halloween is a cold weather holiday, so it seemed strange to attend a horror convention in a T-shirt and no jacket. Yet I enjoyed the experience. The dealer room seemed small for “one of the largest horror cons in the US,” but some cool merchandise was available. I talked to one dealer who had a collection of vintage costumes, most still in the boxes. Had he had those costumes for 40 years, or did he buy them like that? “I assemble them,” he said, buying a mask here, pants there, the box from some other source. How long does it take him to put together a costume? Over 10 years, for some. He also had an assortment of stuff like we used to order from the ad pages in 70s-era comics and magazines–stuff like X-ray glasses, monster teeth, fake blood, all still in packages, most in mint condition.

These are the dealers I like. Others had mostly new stuff, some of which I see over and over at conventions. This, however, I had never seen.

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One suggestion I have for Spooky Empire: better signage. John and I went through the hotel main entrance (Doubletree at Universal), followed the crowd of ghouls and zombies and normal-looking people (who could be homicidal maniacs because, as Wednesday Addams reminds us, “they look like everyone else”), and got all the way to what turned out to be a side entrance to the convention, where a guard pointed back the way we had come and said, “The convention entrance is that way.” A sign to that effect would have kept us from going in the wrong way. Also, a hotel employee was standing out front, directing drivers to the convention parking lot, up the street from the hotel parking lot. I think a sign could have done that job as well.

These complaints are trifles, though. Spooky Empire is as well-run as it is well-known, and I look forward to going again. I won’t get another weekend pass–there isn’t enough for multiple days–but the one-day pass is worth the money. John, who isn’t a horror guy, concurs, saying he enjoyed seeing the celebs and cosplayers. Where will we go next? Dunno. But when we figure it out, you–or, since I’m from North Carolina, y’all–will be the first to know.

See below for a few more Spooky Empire pics.

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Look at that disgusting blob! And Slimer, too.

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With guests like this, who needs security?

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“There will be time, there will be time / To prepare a face to meet the faces that you meet.”

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Word to the wise: don’t photo bomb guys who have actual bombs.

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Abraham Lincoln, convention goer

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Chris Sarandon (Jack Skellington) signs a Nightmare Before Christmas picture for my daughter.

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Ken Page (Oogie Boogie) signs the same picture.

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Fans chat up Tara Reid.

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I’m guessing this is a teacher from the Black Lagoon.

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I wonder what Tobin Bell thought of HER.

 

Pop Culture Expo Comic Con (June 2015)

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Convention Name
Pop Culture Expo Comic Con
Convention Website Address
http://www.PopCultureExpo.com
This convention will take place:
  • over multiple days.
Start Date (Format mm/dd/yyyy)
06/20/2015
End Date (Format mm/dd/yyyy)
06/21/2015
About This Convention
FANS & FAMILY FUN. Celebrities, Cosplay, Video Games, Autographs, Collectibles, Film, Animation, Music, all things Pop Culture, Vendors, Contests, Art, Fashion, Geek Culture
Venue Name and Address
Shriners Auditorium
99 Firdham Rd
Wilmington, MA 01749
United States
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Number of Dealer/Exhibitor Tables
400
Projected Attendance
8000
Please select the Category that best describes the convention
Other
Additional Categories
  • Anime
  • Book Festival
  • Comic Books
  • Gaming
  • Horror
  • Science Fiction and Fantasy
  • Collectibles

Murfreesboro Anime and Comic Kon (MACK) (January 2015)

Convention Name
Murfreesboro Anime & Comic Kon (MACK)
Convention Website Address
http://www.comiccitytn.com
This convention will take place:
  • over multiple days.
Start Date (Format mm/dd/yyyy)
01/17/2015
End Date (Format mm/dd/yyyy)
01/18/2015
About This Convention
Murfreesboro Anime & Comic Kon (MACK)
JANUARY 17 & 18 , 2015
Clarion Hotel , 227 Old Fort Parkway, Murfreesboro , TN 37129 (615)896-2420 (exit #78B off I-24)
Saturday Hours 10:00 AM to 6:00PM
Sunday Hours 11:00AM to 4:00 PM
The Fifth year for the Show..This will be a Fan Friendly Show!! It will feature FREE PARKING ! A FREE NYLON TOTEBAG! FREE ENTRY for our Win-An-Entire-Booth (3000.00 in Merchandise) Prize Raffle held Sunday ! (Details below) FREE GAMING ALL DAY…Board Games(Apples to Apples to Zathura) , Magic, Pokemon, More…(Tournaments to be Announced!) SUNDAY’S SUPER -FREEBIE TABLE (An Entire table FULL of FREEBIE GOODIES..Posters, Pins, Toys, Comic Books, Buttons, MORE! (while they last!) ….FREE PASSES to Atlanta Comic Convention ! ALL KIDS (10 and Under)that come in Costume (either day) will receive a FREE GIFT..JUST for coming!
KIDS DAY SUNDAY! FREE PICTURES with Yo Gabba Gabba’s Brobee and Foofa (10:30 TO 11:00AM) ..KIDS COSTUME CONTEST (See details under Costume Contest), ALL KIDS (10 and Under) FREE with a paid Adult.
ALL FOR ONLY 10.00 Admission !
ALL COLLEGE STUDENTS (MTSU, etc.) with I.D. get in for 5.00 on Sunday ! ALL MILITARY get in FREE on Sunday with I.D.! VIP PASSES ONLY 35.00 (LIMITED to 50 Memberships)Details see below..
JOIN OUR FB PAGE for updates, directions and any questions you have about the show!
Venue Name and Address
Clarion Inn
227 Old Fort Parkway
Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37129
United States
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Number of Dealer/Exhibitor Tables
65
Projected Attendance
1000
Please select the Category that best describes the convention
Anime
Additional Categories
  • Comic Books
  • Gaming
  • Horror
  • Science Fiction and Fantasy
  • Collectibles
Guests
Doug TenNapel (Earthworm Jim), Dean Zaachery (Star Wars), Santiago Cirilo (Walking Dead), 7 Wrestling Stars, More!

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