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FANTASTICON – MT. CLEMENS S3-EP6

The Fantasticon is a mid-size show created for true comic book and pop culture collectors. The fans that come to our shows are true collectors that are looking for those rare items for their personal collections. Most leave very satisfied as we pride ourselves on having great dealers and artists at our shows. If you collect it, you will find it at a Fantasticon Show. We also are very proud of the fact that our admission price is the lowest of any of the other shows. And the cost for being an exhibitor or artist at the Fantasticon is far less than any other comic cons out there.

Support your local geek and nerd events.
For more info, check out:
http://www.fantasticon.net/?page_id=1415
https://www.facebook.com/FantasticonShow

Wesley and The Crushers at the Grand Rapids Comic Con 2015

Trooper Mindtrick, Trooper Jester and Trooper Isomorph of Wesley and The Crushers gave insight on what the band is all about. If you like positive songs about proudly being a geek, then check out this band. Are you curious as to why they are behind masks, how they formed or what type of music they play? Then pique your curiosity by watching this interview. This is a really cool band. I would recommend checking them out in the future if you get a chance to do so.

https://www.facebook.com/wesleyandthecrushersband/

Ryan Stegman at the Grand Rapids Comic Con 2015

Michigan and Marvel artist Ryan Stegman hangs out and talks about random things. What random things would he be talking about? Manga, art from Mike Delmundo, comedy, Spawn, European comics and Limp Bizkit. Yes, we talked about Limp Bizkit and it was fun. Check out this interview from this exclusive Marvel artist. Yes, we talk about comics too.

http://ryanstegman.tumblr.com/

Pedal Punk & Dinner – Steampunk Meetup

Let’s come together for an afternoon of amazing acrobatics and amusement with the performance of Cirque Mechanics: Pedal Punk. After the show, we can continue our evening with dinner and beers at Arcadia Brewing Company.

Steampunk attire is encouraged but not required as we share this day.

For information about the performance, check out their website:
http://www.cirquemechanics.com/pedal-punk/

Tickets for the 3:00 p.m. performance at Miller Auditorium in Kalamazoo are available at:
http://www.millerauditorium.com/cirque-mechanics-pedal-punk
Ticket prices range from $25 to $45. If you would like to sit as a group, I suggest the $40 seats on the Grand Tier level, left side, rows 11 or 12.

We can meet in the Grand Tier lobby before the show and during intermission. We’ll gather on the end furthest from the parking ramp.

After the performance, we can regroup at Arcadia Brewing Company (https://www.facebook.com/arcadiakalamazoo/timeline) at 701 E Michigan Avenue, Kalamazoo, MI for dinner and craft beer.

If you cannot attend the performance, feel free to join us for dinner. We should be gathering there at about 6:00 p.m. Please respond as “going” even it it’s just for dinner so that I can get a count for reserving tables. Thanks!

Support your local geek events.
For more info, check out:
https://www.facebook.com/events/928413167206846/

Coy’s Comics Deadworld Halloween Comics Fest

Special Guest Creator of Deadworld Gary Reed and series artist’s Bruce Gerlach (Star Wars, Indiana Jones) and Jason Moore ( Leatherface, All New Exiles, Evil Ernie) will be signing books and selling official Deadworld brand soda.
We will also be having a huge sale on all in store merchandise such as
*Buy 2 get 1 free tradepaperbacks and new comics
*All comics in our $1 section will be only $0.50
*Regularly priced back issues will be 40% off
*Premium back issues such as first appearances and key issues will be 20% off
*Free Halloween Comicfest comics for all who attend
*Costume Contest starting at 3pm
1st place prize: $25 gift certificate
2nd place prize: $15 gift certificate
3rd and 4th place prize: $10 gift certificate

Support your local geek events.
For more info, check out:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1626472427625383/

Monster Bash

12 Gauge Gore Presents: Monster Bash
We will be screening George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead, followed by a special screening of the silent classic Nosferatu with Bryan Douglas and Brandon McCoy performing Heavy Electronic music Live on Drum Machines, 303’s, Synths and Effects. All Mixed live. During intermission we will be holding a costume contest with prizes provided by such killer vendors as: Criminal Creativity, Scream Prints, Wicked Chef Creations, Wicked Illustrations and 12 Gauge Gore. Be sure to stop by and check out all they have to offer. Ticket price includes pop and popcorn for the movies, but additional dinner options will be available for purchase from The D’Mar Center. There will also be a cash bar so the event is 21 and up. DJs Bryan Douglas and Brandon McCoy will keep the party going until 1:00 AM with heavy industrial and hard style DJ sets.
Get Tickets at monsterbash2015.brownpapertickets.com

Support your local geek events.
For more info, check out:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1495723170752949/

Youmacon 2015

Youmacon is a popular culture event similar to most “Comic Cons”, however instead of focusing on comic books, Youmacon is a celebration of Japanese popular culture and its influence on our own culture over the past few decades. Common themes throughout the event are Anime (Japanese animation), Video Games, Japanese style artwork and comics, and the rising internet culture influenced by all of the above.

Youmacon brings a unique all-ages mix of interactive events, celebrity guest panels, and live musical performances to Downtown Detroit. One of its most popular events, “Live Action Mario Party”, emulates the video game experience – often filling the room to fire code capacity. Players participate in gameshow-like mini-games to help their teams advance and win.

Youmacon 2015 will be held October 29 – November 1 at two of the most iconic locations in Downtown Detroit: The world famous Cobo Center, and The Renaissance Center. Separating these locations is the beautiful Detroit Riverwalk.

Support your local geek events.
For more info, check out:
http://www.youmacon.com/
https://www.facebook.com/youmacon