Emerald City Comicon 2018: March 1-4

Emerald City Comicon 2018: March 1-4

Emerald City Comicon is and integral part of the fabric of Seattle. It is a tradition that has grown and developed into an impressive and highly anticipated annual event. ECCC is one of the first, if not the first stop, for many creatives as they embark upon their comics convention tours–and a most welcome one. That has a lot to do with ReedPOP‘s leadership. And, of course, it has a lot to do with so many loyal fans of a uniquely Pacific Northwest celebration of pop culture. Maybe folks are more polite and mellow in this region. We won’t dissect it any further and just be grateful. Now is the time to get ready and to keep an eye out for updates on all things ECCC.

ECCC and SYFY WIRE

JENNIFER MORRISON at ECCC 2018

Whether it is a chance to see two of the legends from “Back to Future,” Christopher Lloyd (Doc Brown) and Tom Wilson (Biff Tannen) or a favorite talent at Artist Alley, there is something for everyone at ECCC.

BACK TO THE FUTURE at ECCC 2018

ECCC Artist Alley 2018

ECCC Artist Alley 2018

As usual, Comics Grinder will venture out and report back from various panels, activity on the showroom floor, and whatever should catch the eye. If you are in Seattle, and love comics and pop culture, then make sure to be part of Emerald City Comicon.

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2 responses to “Emerald City Comicon 2018: March 1-4

  1. hello henry chamberlain its dennis the vizsla dog oh hay wow the emerald sitty shoor is a long way to go for a comic con!!! up the yello brik rode and then yoo hav to git past that obnokshus guy at the door and probly their wil be a witch chaysing yoo and — wot??? oh my dada sez it is not the emerald sitty frum oz it is just wot they kall the eevent umm shoor ok dada just keep telling yoreself that!!! ok bye

    • I can guarantee you, Dennis, that Emerald City Comicon is a fun event. Lots of comic books, dog treats, and even TV and movie stars! Seattle gets called the Emerald City a lot. And so does Houston!

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