Conventions similar to or like San Diego Comic-Con

Nonprofit multigenre entertainment and comic book convention held annually in San Diego, California, United States since 1970. Wikipedia

  • Phoenix Fan Fusion

    Speculative fiction entertainment and comic book convention held annually in Phoenix, Arizona. Founded as the Phoenix Cactus Comicon in June 2002, and originally consisted of a one-day six-hour event held in Ahwatukee, Arizona. Wikipedia

  • Comic book convention

    Event with a primary focus on comic books and comic book culture, in which comic book fans gather to meet creators, experts, and each other. Commonly, comic conventions are multi-day events hosted at convention centers, hotels, or college campuses. Wikipedia

  • Wizard World Chicago

    Comic book convention held during the summer in Rosemont, Illinois, United States, at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center. Traditionally a three-day event , but in 2006, it expanded to four days (Thursday through Sunday). Wikipedia

  • Pittsburgh Comicon

    Comic book convention held in Monroeville, Pennsylvania, United States. Founded in 1994 by Michael and Renee George. Wikipedia

  • Fan convention held in Novi, Michigan, United States, at the Suburban Collection Showplace. Traditionally a three-day event , usually held in May of each year. Wikipedia

  • Big Apple Comic Con

    New York City comic book convention, the longest-running comic book/speculative fiction/pop culture convention in New York City. Started by retailer Michael "Mike Carbo" Carbonaro in March 1996 in the basement of the St. Paul the Apostle Church. Wikipedia

  • Speculative fiction convention held annually in Dubai, United Arab Emirates in the month of March. Initially featuring comic books, science fiction/fantasy and film/television, MEFCC has grown to become a regional pop-culture centerpiece that curates almost all forms of popular arts and pop culture elements, including horror, animation, anime, manga, toys, collectible card games, video games, webcomics, and fantasy novels. Wikipedia

  • American businessman and former comic book store owner who co-founded the San Diego Comic-Con International and served as its chairman beginning in 1970. Born to artist Martha Alf and Edward F. Alf Jr., a psychology professor at San Diego State University from 1963 until 1988. Wikipedia

  • Inkpot Award

    Honor bestowed annually since 1974 by Comic-Con International. Given to professionals in the fields of comic books, comic strips, animation, science fiction, and related areas of popular culture, at CCI's annual convention, the San Diego Comic-Con. Wikipedia

  • Fan Expo Canada

    Annual speculative fiction fan convention held in Toronto, Ontario. Founded as the Canadian National Comic Book Expo in 1995 by Hobby Star Marketing Inc. It includes distinctly branded sections, including GX and SFX (Science Fiction Expo), and formerly CNAnime (Canadian National Anime Expo). Wikipedia

  • Annual multigenre fan convention that runs as part of Fan Expo Canada. Founded as the Canadian National Horror Expo in 2004 by Rue Morgue Magazine and Hobby Star Marketing Inc. It is traditionally a three-day event typically held the weekend before Labour Day during the summer in Toronto, Canada, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Wikipedia

  • Annual multi-genre fan convention which was held between 1982 and 1995 in Dallas, Texas. The home of the Harvey Award ceremonies. Wikipedia

  • Multigenre convention which took place once each summer in Atlanta, Georgia from 1975 to 1995. Nonprofit entity designed to promote the fantasy genre in the American Southeast. Wikipedia

  • Florida Supercon

    Annual comic book convention held in the Miami and Fort Lauderdale metro areas of Florida. The event takes place in early July. Wikipedia

  • American co-founder of San Diego Comic-Con International. Towry established the annual convention, then called "San Diego's Golden State Comic-Con," in 1970 with a group of friends, including Richard Alf, Shel Dorf and Ken Krueger. Wikipedia

  • Annual multigenre fan convention that ran within what is now called Fan Expo Canada. Founded as the Canadian National Anime Expo in 1998 by Hobby Star Marketing Inc. It was traditionally a three-day event typically held the weekend before Labour Day during the summer in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Wikipedia

  • GalaxyCon

    Privately owned company based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida that organizes comic book and anime conventions in the United States. Events currently include GalaxyCon Raleigh (formerly Raleigh Supercon) in Raleigh, North Carolina, GalaxyCon Richmond in Richmond, Virginia and GalaxyCon Minneapolis in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Wikipedia

  • List of noteworthy comic book conventions, as distinct from anime conventions, furry conventions, gaming conventions, horror conventions, multigenre conventions, and science fiction conventions. In addition to the conventions listed below, Wizard Entertainment produces large comic book conventions in 21 American cities. Wikipedia

  • SiliCon

    Annual pop culture and technology convention, at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, California. Founded by Steve Wozniak, Stan Lee and Rick White. Wikipedia

  • Pyrkon

    Multigenre Fan Convention Pyrkon (pol. Polish fan convention held annually in Poznań on the first weekend after the spring equinox and dedicated to an integration of Science fiction fandom and a promotion of science-fiction/fantasy literature, comics, film, television, video games, RPG, LARP, board games, collectible card games and miniature wargaming. Wikipedia

  • Large annual, multi-genre, comic book, science fiction, anime, gaming, and pop culture convention in Southern United States and is held in Houston, Texas. Organized by John Simons, the originator of the event along with Startling Events, LLC. Wikipedia

  • AthensCon

    Non-profit multi-genre entertainment and comic book convention held annually in Athens, Attica, Greece. First large-scale comic book convention held in Greece. Wikipedia

  • San Diego

    City in the U.S. state of California on the coast of the Pacific Ocean and immediately adjacent to the United States–Mexico border. Estimated population of 1,423,851 as of July 1, 2019, San Diego is the eighth most populous city in the United States and second most populous in California . Wikipedia

  • Downtown San Diego

    City center of San Diego, California, the eighth largest city in the United States. In 2010, the Centre City area had a population of more than 28,000. Wikipedia

  • Annual pop culture fan convention held in Warsaw, Poland. Biggest festival of this kind in Poland and is organized in Ptak Warsaw Expo - the largest exhibition and conference centre in Central Europe. Wikipedia

  • Timeline of the history of the city of San Diego, California, United States. Around 1000 CE – Kumeyaay arrive in the San Diego area. Villages such as Kosa'aay are established in the area. Wikipedia

  • Petco Park

    Baseball park located in the downtown area of San Diego, California, United States, that is home to the San Diego Padres of Major League Baseball . Used as venue for concerts, soccer, golf, and rugby sevens. Wikipedia

  • Pensacola Comic Convention

    Convention for fans of science fiction, horror, fantasy, gaming, anime, costuming, fan films, and indie films held annually in Pensacola, Florida. Owned by Pensacola Comic Convention LLC. Wikipedia

  • Hilton San Diego Bayfront

    Hotel in San Diego, California. It has a height of 385 ft (117 m) and contains 1,190 rooms. Wikipedia

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  • Carter, Duchovny and Anderson celebrated the 20th anniversary of the series at a July 18, 2013 panel at the San Diego Comic-Con hosted by TV Guide.The X-Files-Wikipedia
  • At the 2007 San Diego Comic-Con, the Spike TV booth was awarding tickets to that year's awards ceremony to the winners of their "Scariest Costume" contest.Paramount Network-Wikipedia
  • The series's official website released, just prior to the San Diego Comic-Con in 2010, a motion comic based on Issue No. 1 of the original comic and voiced by Phil LaMarr.The Walking Dead (TV series)-Wikipedia
  • It was subsequently announced in July 2019 at San Diego Comic-Con that there would be six new X-titles as part of Marvel's Dawn of X campaign.X-Men-Wikipedia
  • Guinness presented honors to Claremont at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con.X-Men-Wikipedia
  • The world premiere of the pilot episode was on July 24, 2004, at San Diego Comic-Con.Lost (TV series)-Wikipedia
  • A virtual panel for the 2020 at-home San Diego Comic-Con focusing on Whedon's work was canceled following Fisher's statements.Joss Whedon-Wikipedia
  • Den of Geek Magazine is currently published bi-annually, with editions released in July timed to San Diego Comic-Con, and October for New York Comic Con.Den of Geek-Wikipedia
  • Scenes from the pilot were screened July 23, 2010, as part of the San Diego Comic-Con in 2010.The Walking Dead (TV series)-Wikipedia
  • During the 2007 San Diego Comic-Con International, 42 Entertainment launched WhySoSerious.com, sending fans on a scavenger hunt to unlock a teaser trailer and a new photo of the Joker.The Dark Knight (film)-Wikipedia
  • In July 2019 at the San Diego Comic-Con, the Russos revealed the logo of the animated series and spoke about doing a live-action series.Magic: The Gathering-Wikipedia
  • Straczynski announced a Babylon 5 film at the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con, but stated in 2016 that it had been delayed while he completed other productions.Babylon 5-Wikipedia
  • It was originally scheduled for release on July 26, 2019, however, Hulu released the season one week early on July 19 shortly after the series' appearance at San Diego Comic-Con.Veronica Mars-Wikipedia
  • The nominations in each category are generated by a five- to a six-member jury, then voted on by comic book professionals and presented at the annual San Diego Comic-Con held in July, usually on Friday night.Eisner Award-Wikipedia
  • The "children's book" Charlie the Choo-Choo: From the World of The Dark Tower was published in 2016 under the pseudonym Beryl Evans, who was portrayed by actress Allison Davies during a book signing at San Diego Comic-Con, and illustrated by Ned Dameron.Stephen King-Wikipedia
  • At Comic-Con 2013 on July 20, American Dad! co-creator Mike Barker hinted that an American Dad! movie—centering on the Roger character and set from his birth planet—is in the works and partially written.Seth MacFarlane-Wikipedia
  • The series's cast was shown the parody at the San Diego Comic-Con in 2013, and David Morrissey—who portrays the Governor— reacted by saying he now understood why so many people would walk up to him on the street and blurt, "Hey, La-Bibbida-Bibba-Dum!"The Walking Dead (TV series)-Wikipedia
  • In July 2019 at the San Diego Comic-Con, producer and head of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige, announced that a Fantastic Four film set within the Marvel Cinematic Universe is in development.Fantastic Four-Wikipedia
  • Tim Burton appeared at the 2009 Comic-Con in San Diego, California, to promote both 9 and Alice in Wonderland; the latter won two Academy Awards, for Best Art Direction and Best Costume Design.Tim Burton-Wikipedia
  • Darabont's departure as showrunner in July 2011 during the second season came as surprise to many, as it came shortly after the season's premiere and a few days after that year's Comic-Con, where Darabont helped to promote the series.The Walking Dead (TV series)-Wikipedia
  • At San Diego Comic-Con 2014, Nick Blood was announced as cast in the role of Lance Hunter for the second season, while the character of Bobbi Morse was revealed to be appearing.Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.-Wikipedia
  • On July 21, 2011, at the San Diego Comic-Con, Showtime announced that the series would premiere on October 2, 2011.Homeland (TV series)-Wikipedia
  • To promote the series, DC Comics produced a 10-page preview comic for the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con, written by Kreisberg, illustrated by Omar Francia, and featuring a cover by artist Mike Grell.Arrow (TV series)-Wikipedia
  • He and his crew shot most of the "mockumentary" film during the 2002 San Diego Comic-Con and enlisted Stan Lee, Kevin Smith, Bruce Campbell and Hugh Hefner in small roles.Mark Hamill-Wikipedia
  • He received an Inkpot Award at the San Diego Comic-Con International in 1985.Alan Moore-Wikipedia
  • In 2008, to commemorate the show's 20th anniversary, the principal cast and writers from all eras of the show reunited for a panel discussion at the San Diego Comic-Con, which was hosted by actor-comedian Patton Oswalt (who would later go on to star in the revived series).Mystery Science Theater 3000-Wikipedia
  • The show is popular at fan conventions, such as the San Diego Comic-Con.Adventure Time-Wikipedia
  • Twitch has also made expansions into non-gaming content; such as in July 2013, the site streamed a performance of 'Fester's Feast' from San Diego Comic-Con, and on July 30, 2014, electronic dance music act Steve Aoki broadcast a live performance from a nightclub in Ibiza.Twitch (service)-Wikipedia
  • An exclusive variant, based on the Sinestro Corps, was available at the San Diego Comic-Con and Gen Con Indy conventions that year.Crisis on Infinite Earths-Wikipedia
  • At the 1975 San Diego Comic-Con convention, Lee's friend Chuck Norris attributed his death to a reaction to the combination of the muscle-relaxant medication he had been taking since 1968 for a ruptured disc in his back and an "antibiotic" he was given for his headache on the night of his death.Bruce Lee-Wikipedia

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