Lake Erie Ink to Host 10th Annual Children’s Comic Con
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio – For its 10th year, Lake Erie Ink will bring more family entertainment to the comic convention stage from March 3-5, for its annual Kids’ Comic Con event.
The convention will feature more than 20 workshops, artist conversations, panel discussions, teen afterparties and more. The events will take place both in person at the Lake Erie Ink headquarters (2843 Washington Blvd.) and virtually, according to a press release. All virtual events will be accessible for free, while a ticket for all in-person events will cost $10 for one day or $15 for both. Pre-registration is required.
Highlights of this year’s Kids’ Comic Con include a virtual comic workshop with artists from Nickelodeon Studios, a conversation with “Myles Morales Shock Waves” author Justin Reynolds, and a conversation with Terri Libenson, Juan Fernandez and Amy Schwabauer. The event welcomes comic book fans of all ages.
The events will feature New York cartoonist Liz Montague, comic book writer Marc Sumerak, Vagabond Comics co-founder Sequoia Bostick, artist Gilberto Rivera, author Brad Ricca, comic book artist Kate Atherton, cartoonist Matt Haberbusch, illustrator Michelle Littlejohn, manga artist Miguel Hernandez, comics scholar Valentino Zullo, illustrator Od Perry-Richardson, cartoonist Samantha Green and 50Fifty Comix.
Participants can pre-register for the event at lakeerieink.org/kids-comic-conand can call Lake Erie Ink at 216-320-4757 with any questions.
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