Another comic show has popped up in the aftermath of the demise of Vermont Comic Con: the Catamount Comics & Collectibles Expo, which will be held next year on September 14th at the Dudley H. Davis Student Center at UVM.
According to the Facebook event page, it’ll be a single-day show featuring “artists, comic book creators, writers, comic books, and anything collectable. Admission will be $5 for adults, with kids 12 and under free
A one day show highlighting artists, comic book creators, writers, comic books and anything collectable. With a family friendly admission price of just $5 for adults and kids under 12 free, come check out local and regional artists, see awesome costumes, and maybe pick up back issues of your favorite comics, or get that toy your parents never bought you as a kid.
The event is currently working to fill its tables, saying that vendors can purchase a spot for $100. You can RSVP / remind yourself about the event here.
There’s been a handful of new events pop up in recent weeks as organizers work to fill the void of the central gathering point that VTCC grew to become in the last five years. The biggest such event thus far has been the Vermont Sci-Fi & Fantasy Expo, which will take place at the Champlain Valley Expo next April.