Catch the Wave

Calling all fanboys and girls in the North Carolina area! Fayetteville’s exciting two-day celebration of everything pop culture is just around the corner. Fayetteville Comic Con is taking place on October 21-22, 2017 at the Crown Center Exhibition Center on 1960 Coliseum Drive.

Joining this family friendly event are special guests Lou Ferrigno (The Incredible Hulk), Sam Jones (Flash Gordon), Jack O’Halloran (Superman), Mark Dodson (Gremlins), E.J. Snyder (Naked and Afraid), Chris Sabat and Eric Vale (Dragon Ball), Vic Mignogna and Linda Young (Dragon Ball Z), Nakia Burrise (Power Rangers Zeo), Jack Guzman and Alyson Kiperman Sullivan (Power Rangers Wild Force), Kent Wagner, Pauline Boudreaux, and Gregory French (The Walking Dead), Paul Kupperberg (World of Krypton), Roger McKenzie (Daredevil), Mort Todd (Cracked), Steve Butler (Mr. Mixit), Pat Broderick (Firestorm), Andy Smith (The Silver Surfer), Michael Eury and Dan Johnson (Back Issue Magazine), Kirk Lindo (Vampress Luxura), Kelly Yates (Doctor Who), Richard Case (The Doom Patrol), Louis Small Jr. (Vampirella), Rodney Bennett (Black Starr), Chris Kennedy (When The Gods Aren’t Gods).

In addition to various panels and workshops, this show will also feature live tattooing, sci-fi speed dating, martial arts and sword play demonstrations, hypnotism and aerialists. This year’s show will also include a Kids Zone, complete with games, coloring books, corn hole game, face painting, balloon animals, and more. Along with a large Artists Alley, this show will also include a newly expanded Gaming Alley. Fayetteville Comic Con will host two major cosplay competitions, featuring prizes worth more than $2,000 – including cash, gift certificates, and Dell Laptops. No matter what you’re interested in, Fayetteville Comic Con has something for everyone.

The con is running Saturday 10 AM to 7 PM and Sunday 10 AM to 6 PM. One-day passes are $15 for either Saturday or Sunday, with a weekend pass available for $25. Children 10 and under are admitted free with a paying adult.

For more information on the upcoming convention, or to purchase tickets, visit www.fayettevillecomiccon.com.