Press Release

Building on year over year growth and a hugely successful fifth anniversary show, the Long Beach Comic Expo team is proud that the 2015 show will move February 28 and March 1, 2015, with five-times more floor space, offering more exhibitors, creators and programming all weekend.

“This is a fan and family-friendly convention, and it’s a place that is very receptive to artists,” said Pierre Bernard, Jr., graphic artist on Conan, publisher for Totally Graphic. “It’s a great size show, because there are a lot of fans and exhibitors, but it’s not too big that creators get lost.”

As Hollywood moves into the biggest conventions, comic creators and publishers are looking for more opportunities to connect with fans. The Long Beach Comic Expo hosts star creators and award winning publishers and cultivates an atmosphere where comics are still king.

“Everyone I know has a great time when they come to Long Beach,” said Craig Miller, president, Wolfmill Entertainment.

“More and more people are finding something they love about comics conventions, and we are honored to support the fans of Southern California,” said Phil Lawrence, Co-Founder and Sales Director of the Long Beach Comic Con. “The Expo has grown every year, filling a real demand for a classic convention where fans, creators and exhibitor can all enjoy interacting with each other.”

Join Long Beach Comic Expo in celebrating the sixth anniversary with a weekend full of special guests and exhibitors, and engaging panels, on Saturday, February 28, 2015 from 10am to 6pm, and from 10am to 4pm on Sunday, March 1, 2015 at the Long Beach Convention Center. Advanced ticket holders gain early admission, starting at 9:30 am on Saturday.

Plus, visit the Long Beach Comic Con on September 27th and 28th, 2014. Register for Long Beach Comic Con today at, and follow on Facebook and Twitter for the latest news and information about this year’s show.

About Long Beach Comic Expo
Long Beach Comic Expo is a true comic con focused on creating a fantastic family friendly experience for both fans and exhibitors alike in Southern California. With something for everyone, the Long Beach Comic Expo will mark its sixth anniversary on February 28 and March 1, 2015, with a big convention floor, more exhibitors and creators, and an action-packed weekend of programming.

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