Last weekend saw the Charlotte Comicon debut in it's new location, the Concord Convention Center. Over the years the show has continued to grow and change locations, demanding more and more room as it gains popularity with Charlotte area fans. This location offered much better parking, something remarked upon by many of the attendees.
In Charlotte, NC, David Hinson and Rick Fortenberry put together a smaller comic convention hosted at the Crown Plaza Hotel in South Charlotte called simply Charlotte Comicon. In the past, I've
Sorry for the delay in getting these up, but Christmas holidays being what they are, we couldn't get an article written right after the show. Charlotte Comicon is always ripe with cosplayers, in addition to some great shopping and terrific artists. While Tracy mans the Needless Essentials retail booth, keeping busy selling to convention goers, I sit in Artist's Alley, drawing for people and trying to stop those really great cosplayers that stop by. Here are the ones that I got to snag photos of as they came by.
All over the country, smaller comic conventions draw hundreds, if not thousands of fans to browse through comics, toys, an collectibles and meet with artists and writers that get passed by at larger conventions. In Charlotte, NC one of those smaller cons is Charlotte Comicon. With admission of only $5.00, Charlotte Comicon has steadily grown, with
The Charlotte Comicon Summer Show was held today and I must say it was a near perfect day. Nice and sunny, no rain and it was a comfortable temperature. While it was nice outside it was hot inside with all kinds of fun things to do. This my friends, is one of the top one day shows in the Carolinas!