January 31, 2013 By: Rico Renzi Category: Guest List, HeroesCon

Recently, Alex Grecian, Jeremy Haun, B Clay Moore, and Seth Peck successfully raised their funding goal for the Bad Karma Kickstarter project. We happy to say the finished product will be debuting at HeroesCon 2013! Check out the nifty video they made for their Kickstarter campaign above and read more about this group of creators at their site http://badkarmacreative.com/ and here on Robot 6

Jeremy Dale’s fantasy-adventure comic series Skyward has been winning new fans for a while now and will make a lot more on Free Comic Book Day when it appears alongside Molly Danger. You might also recognize his name from GI Joe: A Real American Hero and NFL Rush Zone.

Speaking of Molly Danger, Jamal Igle will be returning to HeroesCon this year. Make sure you check out Molly when she debuts on Free Comic Book Day! Of course Jamal isn’t new to the scene, he’s worked on lots of your favorite titles including Kiss, Supergirl, World’s Finest, Nightwing, and Firestorm.

Morning Glories artist and co-creator Joe Eisma is returning to HeroesCon this summer. Joe also keep busy with freelance game art and animation. Ask him for a sketch, you won’t be disappointed!

After several attempts at ‘breaking in’ with the big name publishers, Comfort Love and Adam Withers decided to go into business for themselves. They have worked hard to build a loyal following with their creator-owned titles The Uniques and Rainbow in the Dark. Check them out here!

Kevin Mellon recently relocated to Atlanta to storyboard super spy comedy Archer so he’s practically local now! You’ve seen Kevin’s comic art in Heart, Lovestruck, and American Muscle in Creator Owned Heroes.

Returning for his second trip to HeroesCon is Matthew Southworth. Matthew just wrapped up the second arc of Stumptown with writer Greg Rucka (also attending this year’s show!). He’s a personal favorite of mine, seek him out for great conversation on comics, music and more!



January 03, 2013 By: Rico Renzi Category: Charlotte Minicon, EVENTS

Lee Weeks, a favorite of fans and peers alike will be joining us for the Charlotte MiniCon on Sunday, January 20, 2013! If you haven’t met Lee you’re in for a treat. The only thing better than his great renditions of your favorite heroes is his warm personality!


Complete 2013 Charlotte MiniCon Guest List (so far):

Charlotte MiniCon takes place on January 20, 2013 at the Grady Cole Center. There will be lots of free parking*

Like our Facebook page and register at Eventbrite for FREE admission to the show! We are lending our support to two great charities, The American Red Cross and Second Harvest Food Bank and encourage you to donate to them on the day of the show as representatives will be in attendance. We plan to have MiniCon exclusive gifts to encourage and reward your generosity.

Costume Contest: Come in costume for a chance to win prizes. Register on site to compete!
Door Prizes each hour!
MiniCon Hours: 11AM-5PM

* We previously mentioned a free comic offer for attendees paying to park. Now that parking is free we will no longer be offering this incentive. Please consider donating your parking money to one of the great charities at the show!




October 31, 2012 By: Rico Renzi Category: Charlotte Minicon, EVENTS

Happy Halloween! We have some not-so-scary news for you! Charlotte MiniCon 2013 will be taking place on Sunday, January 20, 2013. This year we bid a fond farewell to the cozy Palmer Building and instead will be holding the show at the Grady Cole Center. This means more space, more creators and more exhibitors!

A few of our friends have already let us know they’ll be joining us at this year’s MiniCon, among them are J Chris Campbell, Sanford Greene, Kevin Mellon, Andy Smith, and Rob Ullman! We have many more guests to announce in the coming weeks! This will be our biggest and best MiniCon yet!

If you’d like to exhibit at this year’s MiniCon please give us a call!


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