Denver Comic Con 2014
June 13 - 15, 2014
Colorado Convention Center
700 14th Street, Denver, Colorado 80202

Thanks for a great year!



Denver Comic Con is a program of Comic Book Classroom, a Colorado-based nonprofit organization fighting for literacy and arts. This exciting 3-day pop culture event features collectables, gaming, cosplay, family fun, plus celebrities and artists from the worlds of film, television and of course… comic books. All proceeds benefit Comic Book Classroom’s educational endeavors.  READ MORE!


What a way to go-go! As our attendee, you can take advantage of these special hotel deals. Even if you live in the Denver area, you will want to stay close to all the action. Many deals even include free parking and it’s just a short walk to the convention center. Space is limited, so jump on these ASAP!

Need to pickup up your badges during the Con? The Entry and Badge Pickup Guide will help you out. CLICK HERE!



Our 2014 Guest Lineup Includes...
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Alexandre O. Philippe
A self-labeled “pop-culture geek”, Alexandre O. Philippe is an acclaimed documentary filmmaker dedicated to the appreciation and preservation of our global pop culture. He is the recipient of several prestigious international awards and the creative director of Denver-based Cinema Vertige (cinemavertige.com) ...
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Langdon Foss
His art finding early acclaim in Heavy Metal Magazine, Langdon Foss spent his fledgling years crafting comics that mined the seam of the human condition with the greasy machinery of good design and thoughtful technique. That creative abandon careened off the curb of editorial direction with years of drawing and ...
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Two Girls with Guitars
Caitlin & Sidney Powell live in the mountains of Evergreen overlooking Denver. These singing/songwriting sisters have been gaining recognition in the Colorado Area for their individual original soulful songs, pumped up with strong vocals & engaging live performances.
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Victor Olazaba
Victor Olazaba is one of Marvel Comics’ up and coming artists. He has worked on such titles as Superior Spider-Man, Wolverine and the X-Men and Uncanny X-Men. He is currently working on the newly relaunched Amazing Spider-Man with Humberto Ramos and Edgar Delgado.
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Christy Marx
Christy Marx has been working in film and television since the 1980s. She has written for numerous animated shows including Jem and the Holograms, X-Men: Evolution and He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. Christy branched out into writing for video games and published the successful Writing for Animation, ...
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Jeremy Bastian
Jeremy Bastian’s whole life has led up to Cursed Pirate Girl. He had the perfect childhood, growing up in a small Midwestern town, which afforded him the opportunity to develop his artistic skills early in life. He claims to have started drawing pirates, along with ghosts, knights and other “heroic ...
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Mark Irwin
Mark Irwin has worked with many of the world’s largest entertainment properties, as an artist, art director, brand manager, and in business development. From Marvel to Disney to Capcom to Nickelodeon to Konami, Mark has close to twenty years’ experience in the field contributing to the growth of legendary ...
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Andy Kuhn
Andy Kuhn I have been a working cartoonist for twenty years. Among other things I draw FIREBREATHER, an infrequent comic book series I co-created with writer Phil Hester. It was adapted into an Emmy award winning animated film for Cartoon Network. Recently I have drawn TMNT, and Mars Attacks for IDW. I live in New...
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Tim Miller
Growing up with a love of movies, Tim Miller pursued a career in animatronics design upon completing a Bachelors of Science in Biology.  After five years with a small effects company in Northern California, he launched out as a freelance sculptor, quickly landing McFarlane Design Group as a key client, providing ...
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Ty Templeton
Ty Templeton was born in the wilds of downtown Canada to show business gypsies. His father invented televangelism, wrote some best sellers, and helped to kill Elvis. His mother was a fifties singing star on the CBC TV, and his brother invented the internet. Look it all up, it’s true. Ty makes his living writing...
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