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Cosplay Photo Galleries-YoumaCon Detroit, Michigan November 3-6, 2016

Thanks to Celeste J. for sharing her photos of this year's YoumaCon with us!

News-Twin Peaks Star Sherilyn Fenn To Make Rare Con Appearance at...

Sherilyn Fenn will be making a rare convention appearance when she will be appearing at Stan Lee's Los Angeles Comic Con. Ms. Fenn will...

TV Panels-Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir Full Panel From...

ComicCon.News attended the panel of the Nickelodeon show Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir today at New York Comic Con 2016 and wanted...

Funko Announces Pop! Exclusives for NYCC including Killing Joke Joker.

Funko has just announced a new batch of Exclusive New York Comic Con Pop! vinyls figures. These figures are available only at their booth,...

News-For Second Year In A Row, Report Of Sexual Assault At...

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution posted a disturbing story today about an apparent sexual assault which took place at the Dragon Con Parade this past Saturday...

TV Panels-Women In Voice Acting Full Panel From Florida Supercon July,...

The fine folks at the Florida SuperconĀ in Fort Lauderdale, Florida have posted the full video to the Women In Voice Acting Panel from their...

News-Black Cat Co-Creator Keith Pollard Makes Rare West Coast Con Appearance...

Bronze-Age comic artist Keith Pollard is making a rare trip to a West Coast convention to appear at this weekend's San Francisco Comic Con,...

TV Panels- William Katt from The Greatest American Hero full panel...

William Katt played the title character in The Greatest American Hero (as well as his alter ego Ralph Hinkley) in the fondly remembered series....

Comic Panels-#WeAreAllHeroes Diversity In Fanboy & Fangirl Culture From SDCC July,...

Cashmere Agency is a marketing group focused on targeting Multicultural Millennials. At this year's San Diego Comic-Con (aka Comic-Con International) they hosted a panel...

Feature-Case Study: Boston Comic Con Cosplayers Visit Children In Rehab Center

The major comic conventions already sell out of tickets months in advance. But for the rest of the shows out there it is still...
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