Saturday, April 14 – 10am-6pm – Admission $5.00 in Advance and $10.00 Day of ShowPURCHASE NOW
All Spaces are 10′x 10′Corner Space (2 Tables)- $195 – Early Bird Price is $150 until January 1 Wall Spaces (1 Table) – $150 – Early Bird Price is $100 until January 1 Interior Spaces (1 Table) – $125 – Early Bird Price is $85 until January 1 Dealers/Exhibitors may sell only items genre-related to the show. Any items not related to comic books, cartoons, superheroes, science fiction, horror, movies, TV shows, anime, manga, steampunk, video games, or fantasy role playing games are prohibited. If you do not have approved items to sell or display you will be removed from the show without refund. No pornographic materials are allowed PURCHASE NOW ________________________________________________________________________________________
All Spaces are 8′ x 6′ (includes one 6′ table)
Artist Alley Space is $50.00 for approved artists.
Artists and Writers that create pop culture books and original art are welcome. No other items will be allowed to be sold.
Handmade craft items like clothing, hats, wallets, bags, etc.. must be sold in the dealer/exhibitor area.
*Anyone who purchases space in Artist Alley that does not abide by these strict rules will be removed from the show without a refund*
Schedule will be announced in January
Fantasticon is a mid-size show created for true comic book and pop culture collectors and fans. The fans that come to our shows are true collectors that are looking for those rare items for their personal collections. Most leave very satisfied as we pride ourselves on having great dealers and artists at our shows. If you collect it, you will find it at a Fantasticon Show.
Fantasticon is proud to have a presence in multiple cities throughout the mid-west. Currently we are in five different cities, in three different states including Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana.
We also, are very proud of the fact that our admission price is the lowest of any other comparable shows. And the cost for being an exhibitor or artist at the Fantasticon is far less than any comparable comic cons out there.