September 19, 2013 by Joe Fauvel
Filed under Animation, Anime, Collectibles, Comic Books, Convention News, Florida, Gaming, Horror, Manga, Movies, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Sports, Television, Video Games, Webcomics
PalmCon: The Palm Beach County Comic Book and Collectibles Show
When: September 21st 2013 from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Where: The Palm Beach County Convention Center – 650 Okeechobee Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Admission: $9.00 for Adults at the door – $7.00 in advance (on-line), $5.00 for kids 4-13 at the door – $4.00 in advance (on-line), FREE for children 3 and under.
PalmCon: The Palm Beach Comic Book and Collectibles Show is Palm Beach County’s only comic convention of its kind. This is the third year for PalmCon and for the first year we are moving to the Palm Beach County Convention Center occupying over 50,000 square feet of convention space. As with years past, we strive to bring Palm Beach County the best in comics, animation, and pop-culture while providing a fun and safe family friendly atmosphere.
We are pleased to have film and television actor Deep Roy as one of our guests. Most know him for his role as all of the Oompa Loompas in Tim Burton’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Deep Roy also holds the honor of being the only actor to appear on screen in all three major science-fiction franchises – Doctor Who, Star Trek and Star Wars. He has also appeared in Transformers, The NeverEnding Story, Flash Gordon, Return to Oz, and he had a recurring role in the HBO series Eastbound and Down. Other media guests include Jim Decker and Robert Z’Dar who is known for his B-movie roles but has also appeared in mainstream films such as Tango and Cash.
PalmCon will also play host to some top names in comics including Ethan Van Sciver who is know for his work at DC Comics on Green Lantern, the Flash and most recently Batman. Returning this year will be comic book legend Jose Delbo who has been in the industry for years working on such titles as Wonder Woman, The Transformers, The Twilight Zone and The ThunderCats. Joining us for the first time will be Allen Bellman who is best known for his work on Captain America back in the 1940s at the start of the “golden age of comic books”. Also making a rare convention appearance will be Carlos Castellanos the cocreator of the wildly popular nationally syndicated comic strip Baldo.
Other attractions at PalmCon will include an appearance by the 501st Legion and the Mandalorian Mercs known for their movie accurate Star Wars costumes and community involvement. Also arriving in time for the show will be a replica of the Ghostbusters’s car Ecto-1 along with the Carolina and Miami Ghostbusters fan groups. As an added bonus to PalmCon this year we are bringing in the Art of Akira Exhibit that features original hand panted cells and production art from Japan’s most famous animated film – Akira. PalmCon continues to receive an amazing amount of support from the local comic scene. Most of the major comic shops in South Florida will be represented at PalmCon along with over 100 vendors, artists, publishers and filmmakers. There will be a raffle, a costume contest, and the Indie-Film Screening Room showing short films created by local filmmakers.
This event grew out of Martin T. Pierro’s love for the small hotel and mall comic shows that were a staple of his childhood days in West Palm Beach. In recent years there has been a resurgence of interest in comic book characters (as evident by the recent blockbuster films The Avengers, Iron Man 3 and The Dark Knight Rises), so it seemed a perfect time to bring these types of shows back to Palm Beach County.
More information and a complete guest/vendor list can be found here:
Feel free to contact Martin with any questions or comments here:
561.601.4137 – PalmCon@CosmicTimes.net
July 3, 2013 by Joe Fauvel
Filed under Animation, Anime, Collectibles, Comic Books, Convention News, Florida, Gaming, Horror, Manga, Movies, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Television, Video Games, Webcomics
Indy publisher, Cosmic Times offers an exclusive print at this weekend (July 4th – 7th) Florida SuperCon for their title Deep Space Tragedy (Issue 1 is available now). Come check out Cosmic Times at Booth 742
About Deep Space Tragedy
Deep Space Tragedy is greatest robot-rock band this side of Cybertron and they are coming to Cog … but perhaps there is more going on there than just another concert. The members of DST came to rock and that’s just what they do … however mysterious optics are looking down on the them and are plotting to use the band and their music to serve another purpose – the questions is if that purpose is noble or sinister.
For more info on Florida SuperCon check out there website at http://www.floridasupercon.com
September 14, 2012 by Joe Fauvel
Filed under Animation, Art Show, Collectibles, Comic Books, Comic Strips, Convention News, Florida, Gaming, Horror, Manga, Movies, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Television, Video Games, Webcomics
PalmCon II is a week away! Website is updated with the full schedule, including the showing of the new film the Awakened in the Indie-Film Lounge.
Complete list of guests that includes Guest of Honor Legendary Artist Jose Delbo!
2nd Annual Costume Contest!
Complete floor plan and so much more.
Check out all the happenings at PalmCon’s website here!
Cosmic Times Publisher Martin Pierro has put together his own one day show called the PalmCon. Held at the Polish American Club in Lake Worth, Florida, on September 17th from 10:00am to 6:00pm.
List of guests so are are:
Amy Vitale: Model, Actress & Comic Book Hero
Creature Entertainment: Independent Comic Publisher and Film Makers
Danielle Soloud: Web Comic Illustrator and Cartoonist
FacePalm Comic Independent Comic Publisher, Publisher of Entity
Joe Fauvel: Illustrator, Graphic Designer and Author, Publisher of CRY
Knighty Knight: Independent Comic Publisher, Publisher of SleepRunners
Manny Aguilera: Illustrator, Cartoonist and Graphic Designer
Scrapped Clothing: Producer of Wearable Geekery
SO FL Browncoats: FireFly/Serenity Fanclub
For more info on the show check out their website and also if your a Vendor or an artist and would like to join in on PalmCon see the show’s site HERE!