100 Days to Phoenix Comic Fest 2018

Feb 13, 2018 | Comic Cons

From Phoenix Comicon to Phoenix Comic Fest…
Phoenix Comic Fest 2018 LogoAs more and more guests are announced and more information is being released in regard to changes to be made at this year’s premiere Arizona comic book convention, we’re starting the countdown to Phoenix Comic Fest taking place this coming Memorial Day Weekend.

Some of you are wondering what happened to Phoenix Comicon??

At the beginning of 2018, Phoenix Comic Fest announced on their Facebook page:

“In recent months, the use of the word Comic-Con, and its many forms, has become litigious. We would prefer to focus on creating the best events and experiences for our attendees. Therefore, effective immediately, our event held annually in Phoenix in the spring will be rebranded as Phoenix Comic Fest. It will take the remainder of this week to transfer our website, social media sites, and other assets to the new name. In the meantime, we look forward to bringing you more guest announcements, more comic creators, more programming, and more excitement for 2018. In the coming weeks, look for announcements about our improved entry points and security, new partners, and more!”

Thanks, San Diego Comic Con 🙁

More Phoenix Comic Fest 2018 info below:

 
From Phoenix Comicon to Phoenix Comic Fest…
Phoenix Comic Fest 2018 LogoAs more and more guests are announced and more information is being released in regard to changes to be made at this year’s premiere Arizona comic book convention, we’re starting the countdown to Phoenix Comic Fest taking place this coming Memorial Day Weekend.

Some of you are wondering what happened to Phoenix Comicon??

At the beginning of 2018, Phoenix Comic Fest announced on their Facebook page:

“In recent months, the use of the word Comic-Con, and its many forms, has become litigious. We would prefer to focus on creating the best events and experiences for our attendees. Therefore, effective immediately, our event held annually in Phoenix in the spring will be rebranded as Phoenix Comic Fest. It will take the remainder of this week to transfer our website, social media sites, and other assets to the new name. In the meantime, we look forward to bringing you more guest announcements, more comic creators, more programming, and more excitement for 2018. In the coming weeks, look for announcements about our improved entry points and security, new partners, and more!”

Thanks, San Diego Comic Con 🙁

More Phoenix Comic Fest 2018 info below:

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FROM PHOENIX COMIC FEST:

We are pleased to announce our partnership with Pride Group, a local leader in event security and logistics at major events throughout the valley. Pride Group will be working alongside the Phoenix Comic Fest operations department. 

Pride Group will offer central command of security procedures, prop check stations, and MAG readers at all entrances. Each entrance will have dedicated ADA, costuming, and VIP lines. Every redemption station will have customer service, purchasing, and exchange capabilities. 

The three fully staffed entrance points include:

• 3 times the security checkpoints!
• 4 times the redemption stations!
• 4 times the hourly capacity at every entrance!

See for yourself at the “Gateway to Geekdom”. Maps, pictures, and detailed information coming soon.

 

FROM PHOENIX COMIC FEST:

We’ve added brand new host hotels to our list! Stay close by at Crowne Plaza, Radisson Hotel, or the Hilton Garden Inn!

Book your room today before they’re all gone.

 

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