I’ve been working out how I feel about Saturday at Heroes Con. I went in a little bit of a funk after inadvertently parking in a $20 garage the day before. I talked to a couple of friends, but I was really not feeling like there wasn’t an overwhelming love of comics filling the convention floor, despite there being a lot of people of there that really loved comics, so it was almost all on me, but it did put me in the mood to look closely at the convention.
The Milkfed Criminal Masterminds held their second HeroesCon panel this year. Last year's panel was so funny, My wife & I knew we had to catch this year's panel too. Read on to see what was announced and discussed.
Every year there's a HeroesCon Art Auction and Live Art Stage during the convention. This is a great place to check out a lot of different levels of artwork from multiple artists. Later, on Saturday night you can even bid on the artwork. Here's a small gallery of some of the pieces of art that was ready to be auctioned off and some that were still being worked on
Saturday at HeroesCon was bigger and better than Friday. There were more guests, more panels and more costumes! Join us now for a brief glimpse of some of the happenings on Saturday at HeroesCon 2016!
It's HeroesCon time again and tons of people flocked to Charlotte, NC this weekend to meet artists, buy comics and just generally hang out with fellow fans. I got to attend with my wife again this year, so I bring you the thoughts of a toy collector (and mild comic collector) on this year's HeroesCon!
If you live in or near a large city, you wait for the big comic convention that hits every year; for Charlotte, NC that convention is Heroes Con 2016. It's been a regular affair since 1982, now drawing thousands and thousands to one of, if not the last major convention to focus solely on comic books. For three days, fans, artists, dealers, and cosplayers congregate in the Charlotte Convention Center to celebrate a love of comic books.