Indiana Comic Con Donates 100 Tickets to Big Brothers Big Sisters
February 21st, 2014 – The Indiana Comic Con has donated approximately 120 tickets to Indiana charitable organizations. The inaugural Indiana Comic Con will debut on March 14-16, 2014 at the Indianapolis Convention Center.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana is recipient of 100 tickets to the Indiana Comic Con. This organization plays a major role in bettering the community by directly helping, mentoring and guiding disadvantaged children. By providing a strong and professional, 1-on-1 relationship for children, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana directly improves the community of central Indiana by investing in the youth of central Indiana.
The National MS Foundation: Indiana State Chapter by way of an affiliated group called, “The Bearded Avengers” is recipient of 20 tickets to the Indiana Comic Con. The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation works to find a cure to the ailment that ultimately prevents human movement and function through traumatic nerve damage in the brain and spinal cord.
Featured at the inaugural Indiana Comic Con are roughly 20 critically-acclaimed creators (writers and illustrators) from the field of comic book publication and fantasy painting. In addition, popular actors and actresses will be in attendance: Evan Peters (American Horror Story, X-Men), Maisie Williams (Game of Thrones), Caity Lotz (Arrow, Mad Men) and Daniel Cudmore (X-Men, Twilight). 150 vendors, local writers, artists and publishers will also be featured at the event.
The Indiana Comic Con will take place on March 14-16, 2014 at:
Indianapolis Convention Center
100 S. Capitol Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46225