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Educating children and the general public through comic books and other forms of pop culture, and bringing together
the diverse people and interests of our community regardless of age, race, gender or background.


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  • DCC’15: PCC Lab Takes Over for Comic Book Corral
      January 2015   0 Comments

    With DCC 2015 just around the corner, we’re excited to announce that we are transforming—nay, supersizing!—our children’s educational area this year. What was formerly known as the Comic Book Classroom Corral is now the Pop Culture Classroom Laboratory (PCC Lab). In 2014, Denver Comic Con’s Comic Book Corral (CBC) and 8-Bit Lounge gave over 9,000 […]…

  • DCC’15: Page 23 Announces Call for Papers
      January 2015   0 Comments

    Call for Papers, Panels, and Presentations 500 word abstracts for papers, panels, and roundtables, offering a critical approach on comics are being accepted for a scholarly conference at: DENVER COMIC CON COLORADO CONVENTION CENTER DENVER, CO May 23-25, 2015 The standard length of a comic book is 22 pages. What comes next? Page 23. Through […]…

  • ROMOCOCO announces name change
      November 2014   0 Comments

    True Believers! Rocky Mountain Conference on Comics and Graphic Novels (ROMOCOCO) has a new name! After reading through all of your suggestions, we found that one theme united them all: progress. Doing work that picks up right where a comic book’s last panel leaves off. It was then that we wondered, “If the standard length […]…

  • Pop Culture Classroom Pilots New Resources for Educators
      November 2014   0 Comments

    Greetings Fellow Educators! Since its inception in 2010, Pop Culture Classroom has reached nearly 3,000 students with its educational and outreach programs—and we couldn’t have done it without your help! We’re excited to tell you about new resources available to educators who share our mission to ignite creativity through the power of pop culture. As […]…

  • DCC’15: Panel Submissions opens Monday December 1st
      November 2014   0 Comments

    Denver Comic Con is dedicated to present great sessions and panel content that focus on our mission of education. Were you at DCC 2014? Were you inspired to present your own session? Are you an expert in Vintage Comic Books? Know more about Starships or Utility Belts than the average person? Are you an artist and […]…

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