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Flint Comix Con

April 27 Flint, Michigan 10th Edition
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OUR 10th ANNIVERSARY SHOW!

This year’s show will be our biggest ever! We’re celebrating one hundred issues of Flint Comix!

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Dollar Admission

57

Exhibitors

30

Food Vendors

3

ATMS on site

Schedule

Saturday, April 27th

09:00am

Doors Open

CHILDREN 12 AND UNDER ARE FREE WITH A PAID ADULT!

12:30pm

Cosplay Contest

Editior-In-Chief Randy Zimmerman takes the stage to host the 10th annual Flint Comix Cosplay Contest! Where YOU, yes YOU are the judge!

5:00pm

Show floor closes

Special Guest

Kurt Kolka

CREATOR OF THE CARDINAL

Justin Faber

Creator of the Little Aliens. Artist for the Spark.

William Messner Loebs

Marvel, DC, Image Comics artist/writer.

Paul Counelis

Author, freelance writer and columnist for Rue Morgue magazine and Fear Finder

“Scary” Peri Toth

CREATOR OF SEE-THRU-BABY

Emily Zelasko

Illustrator and comic book aritst

Robert Marzullo

Author of "Learn to Draw Action Heroes" from Impact Publishing

Matt Woodbury

Film-Maker, Founder of Pop. Of Zero

Dave Brown

Illustrator and creator of The Brown Family

Scott Rosema

CREATOR OF AUGUST, ARTIST ON SPACE GHOST AND MORE!

Varian Grant

Founder of Last Call Comics, Artist/Writer of Tipsy The Gnome

Mark Bonto

FUNNY MAN MARK BONTO

Tyler Zickafoose

Film-Maker, Killer Raccoon Fish in 3D and Radioactive skunk

Randy Zimmerman

Founder of Flint Comix, illustrator and writer creator or Spank The Monkey from Arrow Comics

Crazy Mark

Creator, Producer and Director of Crazy Mark TV

Matt Feazell

Creator of Cynical-Man

Sponsors

Helping us make this event possible.

Tickets

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Venue Information

Beautiful location in the heart of the city

Location

PLEASE NOTE: The conference takes place at the Flint Farmers' Market. 300 E First St. Downtown Flint

Parking

Parking at the Flint Farmers' Market is free and plentiful

Hotel

Suitable Hotels and Restaurants surround the area as well as the Farmers' market itself.