From the start, the show started off with a bang. Just like last year, the crowds of people showed up to see some of their favorite celebrities, and also to interact with comic book creators. Saturday’s crowds definitely rocked the show, and although the Sunday crowds definitely thinned out, it was a terrific con, just like last year. It seems Anaheim is a great spot for a comic convention, with a lot of people commenting this was their first show. Whether it was through word of mouth, or the 50% off ticket purchased through Yelp, the show was definitely a success. If Comic Con ever left SD, Anaheim might definitely be a place to call home. Now on to some pics!
Via e-mail newsletter:
With Pittsburgh Comicon 2011 only 6 Months away (April 15, 16, & 17, 2011), we just posted our first set of guests to the website, ( www.pittsburghcomicon.com ) including the exciting announcement of GEORGE PEREZ’s return to Pittsburgh. All of you have been clamoring for us to bring George back and finally our schedules have synched, so we can’t wait to see Mr. Perez back in the BURGH!
Just a short list of returning guests for 2011 includes, Terry Moore, Mike Grell, Tom Mandrake, Ernie Chan, Herb Trimpe, Scott McDaniel, Josh Ortega, Joe Jusko, Gary Friedrich, Talent Caldwell, Stuart Sayger, Bob Almond, Wayne Faucher and MANY MORE. For the initial list of guests for the 2011 Pittsburgh Comicon visit our website: www.pittsburghcomicon.com
Granitecon returns to Manchester, NH on May 23rd! This is our BIG annual show and we’re looking to make this one to remember!
Charles Paul Wilson III
Check out Granitecon.com for all the info, we’re jamming a lot of stuff into a one day show! There are dozens of artists, new dealers, video game tournaments, card game tournaments, panels, a costume contest, a silent auction, and more! It’s gonna be epic!
The show runs from 10am-4pm at the Radisson Center of New Hampshire in downtown Manchester located at 700 Elm Street! Admission is $7 for adults, kids under 10 get in FREE! Come in costume and get in FREE! There is plenty of FREE on street parking! First 150 paid attendees will receive a FREE Iron Man & War Machine print by artist Sara Richard!
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Please note Ron Garney and Walt Flanagan have had to cancel due to a scheduling conflict!
On October 2, 2009, the Long Beach Comic Con opened its doors to the public. With an extremely successful weekend highlighted by the appearance of Stan “The Man” Lee, LBCC decided to do a one day show for this coming Saturday, February 20th, 2010. With artists such as Tim Bradstreet, Mike Mignola and Eric Basaldua, expect this show to be an affordable experience for comic fans in the Southern California area!
Here’s a look back to the inaugural Long Beach Comic Con!