The Dyersburg Comic Con welcomes the Costumer’s for Christ back to the Con. Costumer’s of Christ is a Non-Profit group that brings Jesus Christ to people through the world of Comics and Cosplay. Make sure you work your way by their table for a free comic book and get a picture made with some of your fav Superheroes.
The 2020 Dyersburg Comic Con welcomes back The Midsouth Garrison of the 501st Legion. Make sure you go by and check them out. They will be everywhere in the Con. Get a picture with the Bad Guys.
The Dyersburg Comic Con welcomes The Mandalorian Mercs to the Con. The Mercs are an LFL/Disney sanctioned club (sister club with the 501st Legion). They are a non-profit group. The will be setting up their Jail with proceeds going to a charity of the Con’s choice. So watch out and don’t get caught, it is a lot of fun. Make sure you check The Mandalorian Mercs out.
The 2020 Dyersburg Comic Con welcomes Martheus Wade to the Con. Martheus is an independent Comic Artist with several credits under his belt. Go by his table and pick up a new copy of Shinobi and get Martheus to sign it for you.
The Dyersburg Comic Con welcomes Writer Janet Wade to the Con. Janet is a fantastic writer and has worked on Turra: Gun Angel, Shinobi: Ninja Princess and many other Comic Books, Make sure you go by Janet’s Table and pick up some Comics and get them signed..
Bob Hall began working in the Comics industry in 1974 and drew horror stories for Charlton Comics. He soon moved to Marvel Comics and drew The Champions and Super-Villain Team-Up. Hall and Chris Claremont collaborated on Marvel Team-Up 74 (Oct. 1978) which featured Spider-Man meeting the cast of NBC’s Saturday Night Live. Bob was also the Co-Creator of the popular Super Team The West Coast Avengers. Hall briefly worked as an editor for Marvel from 1978-1979 under Jim Shooter. Hall later joined Jim Shooter as a writer and penciler at Valiant Comics.
The Dyersburg Comic Con welcomes Disney Illustrator Len Smith to the Con. Len is best known for his work on Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Talespin, The new Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and many others. Len has worked for Open Vault Disney since 2013. Len also worked for Disney TV Animation, and is the owner operator of Len Smith Cartoons and Concepts.