Choose Between Two Options
- $37 for one VIP ticket with after-party access, valid September 19–21, 2014 ($85 value)
- $59 for two VIP tickets with after-party access, valid September 19–21, 2014 ($170 value)
Celebrities attending the event include John Rhys Davies, Jason David Frank, Peter Mayhew, Jewel Staite, and Herb Trimpe, the original Wolverine artist. Guests can attend panel discussions with the celebrities, or shop for collectibles, comics, toys, and art. Admission to Bricks by the Bank, a Lego event with scavenger hunts and Lego sculpting, is included with the ticket.
Guest lists are subject to change, although all listed guests have been booked to attend. In the event of a cancellation, notification will occur via Facebook, Twitter and Cincinnati Comic Expo's website.
Cincinnati Comic Expo
Comics and pop culture fans in smaller towns know the frustration of having to travel hundreds of miles to find a great convention. Andrew Satterfield was tired of that feeling, and decided to start his own convention in his hometown of Cincinnati—not only celebrating the tri-state-area comic scene but all periods of and genres of international pop culture. The first convention in 2010 was small but notable, drawing a respectable 1,800 fans to its one-day event. Today, however, the convention today draws tens of thousands of fans from across the country and overseas.
Over the years, Andrew and his team have made the convention a destination event, adding more days, moving to a larger venue, attracting bigger crowds, and drawing ever bigger names, from local independent artists and publications to international celebrities celebrities from film and television. Now a three-day affair that takes place in the Duke Energy Convention Center, the Cincinnati Comic Expo lets fans of every franchise browse thousands of comics, movie posters, and collectibles; hear their favorite celebrities speak; and test out mutant powers without fear of governmental repercussions.