Sac-Con This Weekend with Billy West & More

Press Release:

Sac-Con is this Sunday June 3rd at the Scottish Rite Center in Sacramento (6151 H Street).  10am – 5pm.  Admission is $6 at the door.  Meet great guests like:

Billy West The voice Futurama’s “FRY”, “REN AND STIMPY” and More!  

Vince Locke Artist & Co-Writer of “DEADWORLD”    

Dan BreretonThe Nocturnals, Red Sonja   

Tone Rodriguez Simpsons Comic Book Artist

Mark Bode - Miami Mice, Heavy Metal, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.  

and more!  

Pre-Register for Sac-Con for only $4.00  

Check out some of our great events at the show:

Cosplay Costume Contest

Classic Video Game Tournament

Huge Vendors Room

12pm Charity Auction

Panels/Q & A’s with our guests as well as the  Sac Geeks 

Free Yugioh & Magic Tournaments

Console Game Room

and more!

Sac-Con (June 2012)

Sacramento Comic, Toy and Anime Show

Convention Name
Sac-Con
Convention Website Address
http://www.sac-con.com
This convention will take place:
  • for one day only.
Date (Format mm/dd/yyyy)
06/03/2012
About This Convention
The Sacramento Comic, Toy and Anime Show (Sac-Con) is a celebration of Pop Culture Entertainment specializing in Comic Books, Toys, Video Games, Japanese Animation, Costuming and much more! The show features over 100 vendors tables as well as a small press/artists alley highlighting local amateur artists and self published comic book creators. Events include a 1pm Charity Auction benefitting local charities, 4pm Cosplay Costume Contest, Video Game Tournaments, Art Contest and Panels/Workshops. Special Guests include voice actor Billy West (the voice of Ren and Stimpy, Doug, Futurama’s Fry, Bugs Bunny and more), zombie artist Vince Locke and many more. 
Venue Name and Address
Scottish Rite Center
6151 H Street
Sacramento, CA 95819
United States
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Number of Dealer/Exhibitor Tables
120
Projected Attendance
1200
Please select the Category that best describes the convention
Comic Books
Additional Categories
  • Anime
  • Collectibles
Guests
Billy West, Vince Locke, Mark Bode, Tone Rodriguez

Sac-Con June 3, 2012 Flier

Detroit Fanfare (October 2010)

August 6, 2010 by  
Filed under Comic Books, Convention Profiles, Gaming, Michigan

Convention Detroit Fan Fare
Convention Website http://detroitfanfare.com/
Start Date 10/30/2010
End Date 10/31/2010
About This Convention: Detroit has a very strong connection with comic conventions and fandom. Some of the earliest fandom magazines came out of the Detroit area in the late 1960′s and the Detroit Triple Fan Fair was the first convention of its kind. The “triple” stood for movies, comics, and science fiction. Detroit Fanfare is both proud and excited to bring back home some of the major participants that helped to grow the comic industry into the behemoth it is today. There will panels and discussions where the people who started so much will have a chance to discuss the early days, and reflect on their memories of the great stars that attended the convention. They will provide rare pictures and original drawings of some of the masters of the medium.
There will also be a Zombie Walk – “Pre-Show” the Morning of October 30th , and a Blood 4 Comics – October 30th & 31st for the American Red Cross Detroit Chapter plus many other exciting events for the Comic Book lover in you. Be sure to go to www.detroitfanfare.com for the most up to date information Regarding Detroit’s Hottest Comic Book show.
Convention Guests Guest of Honor Stan Lee, with Featured Special Guest Jim Starlin. We also have Comic Book Creators Greg Thekston, Carl Lungren, Guy Davis, Keith Pollard, Matt Busch, Gary Reed, Rich Buckler, Michael Netzer, Joe Pruitt, Vince Locke, Patrick Zircher, Bill Morrison, James O’Barr, Sean Mckeever, Tony Meillo, Mark Crilley, Arvell Jones, William Messner-Loebs, Raphael Nieves, Dan Dougherty, Rob Worley, Mark Bloodworth, Paul Storrie and many more to come.
Venue Name Hyatt Reagency Dearborn
Venue Address 600 Town Center Dr.
Dearborn, Michigan 48126
United States
Number of Dealer/Exhibitor Tables 125
Projected Attendance 5000
What category best describes your convention? Comic Books
What other categories might be appropriate for your convention? - Gaming