Baltimore Comic-Con 2019 Is Here And Pop Culture Squad Will Be There

The twentieth anniversary celebration of the Baltimore Comic-Con will be taking place this weekend. It will be held at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, MD from Friday, October 18, 2019 – Sunday, October 20, 2019.

This is one of our favorite conventions of the year, and various members of Pop Culture Squad will be on-site for it.  You can find our sage-in-chief Mike Gold at booth 118 with the great folks from Insight Studios. Evelyn Kriete and Adriane Nash will be there as well.  If you stop by, you may find that they have some exclusive PCS swag (stickers and buttons).

Our photographers will be out and about getting pics of some of the fantastic cosplay that is sure to be on the floor of the show. Stay tuned to PCS, here and on our social media, and we will bring you the great costumes that we see.

Also, we will be speaking with fans and professionals throughout the weekend, and we will be bringing you the results of those conversations in the following weeks.

On Saturday Night at 9:00 PM EST, we will bring you a live blog feed of the 3rd annual Ringo Awards. We will be opening the blog at 8:45 with a new post to bring you the news of the winners as it happens.

One last note. PCS’s Bob Harrison will be moderating two panels this weekend at the convention. We will be recording those discussions and hoping to bring those to you soon after the con. If you are at the show, make sure to stop by.  The panel info is as follows:

Saturday, October 19, 2019
ROOM 343-344
11:00-12:00 – MUTANT-X REVISITED

Come relive the classic hit comic series. Join creators Howard Mackie, Tom Raney, and Andrew Pepoy as they discuss the alternate reality of The Six. Learn about what went into creating the world in which Alex Summers found himself, and how the book grew from a limited series into a memorable three-year adventure! Moderated by Bob Harrison.

Sunday, October 20, 2019
ROOM 347-348

Join industry acclaimed webcomic creators Steve Conley, Katie Cook, Dean Haspiel, and Thom Zahler as they discuss their work on webcomics. What makes webcomics different from traditional print comics, and how do these panelists approach their craft? Moderated by Bob Harrison.


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