Rocky Mountain Con (November 2016)

Rocky Mountain Con

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Rocky Mountain Con
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About This Convention
Rocky Mountain Con or “RMC” is a two day Comic Book, Sci Fi, Fantasy, Cosplay, and Gaming event in Denver/Aurora Colorado area. We began as a fundraising event for Aurora Rise, a local charity helping the victims and families affected by the Aurora Theater Shooting. We continue to work very closely with Aurora Rise with a portion of all ticket sales going directly to that group. This year RMC will be welcoming over 95 exhibitors, 100 artists, and celebrity guests from comics, movies, TV, and cosplay to fill our over 65000 square feet of event space.
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Crowne Plaza DIA Convention Center
15500 East 40th Ave
Denver, Colorado 80239
United States
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Comic Books
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John Wesley Shipp, Mike Grell, Adrian Paul, Mike Zeck, Margot Kidder, Chad Hardin, Michael Golden, Bob, Hall, Ani-Mia, Soni Aralynn, Alan Harris, Renee Witterstaetter, Mike Baron, Eric Moran, Ron Fortier, Jennifer Van Damsel

Steel City Con Returns on Dec. 4-6


Steel City Con returns to the Monroeville Convention Center on December 4-6, 2015 with guests including Sean Astin, Tommy Flanagan, Jason Mewes, Ric Flair, John Ratzenberger, George Wendt, Adrian Paul, Corbin Bernsen, William Katt, Walter Koenig, Amy Allen, Nalini Krishan, Naomi Grossman, Larry Thomas, Ken Kelly, Ani-Mia, and many more!

The Steel City Con is the exclusive comic con of the Monroeville Convention Center.  It is one of the largest comic cons in the United States with over 100,000 square feet of convention space and filled with 750 vendor tables,  artist alley, and celebrity guests.  At the Steel City Con you can meet TV and film celebrities along with experience celebrity Q&As, panels, celebrity photo ops, and the Artist Charity Quick Sketch. You can also take part in the Steel City Con’s cosplay, trivia contest and costume contests!

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Comic-Con International Autograph Schedule is Up

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The Autograph Schedule for SDCC is now available.

Scheduled signers, just to name a few, include Olivia Munn, Clive Barker, Neil Gaiman, John Kricfalusi, James Jean, Jim Caviezel, Jamie Campbell-Bower, Robert Carlyle, Alaina Huffman, Ming-Na, Adam West, Alan Dean Foster, Jim Valentino, Brandon Routh, Sam Huntington, Yaphet Kotto, Elvira, Thomas Jane, Kathy Najimy, Adrian Paul, Brande Roderick, J. Michael Straczynski, and Jane Wiedlin.

Located upstairs in the Sails Pavilion, the Autograph Area is the place to go for a special memento from a variety of artists, authors and actors from every era of popular culture. Some are signing right after their spotlight panel, so check the program grid daily.

The Autograph Area is open from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM Thursday through Saturday, and 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sunday. No autograph sessions will be held before or after these times, but fans are welcome to come on up and get in line when the convention hall opens.

Due to high demand and the limited time available from notables appearing to sign autographs, the Autograph Area Coordinator may at any time shut down a line, even if people are still waiting for an autograph. We apologize for any inconvenience or disappointment.

Changes and surprise additions will occur throughout the show, so be sure to check the daily newsletter and the information boards located throughout the center. Schedules will be posted at the Autograph Area Information Desk, staffed 10:30 AM to 7:00 PM Thursday through Saturday, and 10:30 AM to 5:00 PM Sunday.

Most autograph signings are of a limited nature. Your badge does not guarantee autographs at any event.

All guests (that are at tables, booths, etc.) are required to sign one Program Book for free.