Image Comics has announced that Image Expo returns to San Francisco on July 02, 2015, just a week before the San Diego Comic Con in Southern California.

The all-day event will feature Robert Kirkman, Brian K. Vaughan, Steve Skroce, Tula Lotay, and Greg Rucka, in addition to other surprise guests (according to the publisher).  The company has a number of different ticket tiers, so if you want to attend the event, you better buy now.

Tickets to the event are now available for sale. Image Comics is pleased to offer early bird pricing through the end of May 2015 with General Admission tickets available at $20 and Premium Admission tickets available at $50.

A General Admission Ticket will grant one (1) person entry to Image Expo and includes a program guide book, access to all programming and events, and admittance to the official Image Expo after party for a chance to mingle with creators, press, retailers, and fellow fans.

A Premium Admission Ticket will grant one (1) person entry to Image Expo and includes a program guide book, access to all programming and events, guaranteed premium seating during programming, a pack of Image Expo exclusive variants, one (1) pass to an exclusive signing with creators behind the Image Expo variants, a T-shirt, an Image Comics-branded cloth tote bag, and access to the official Image Expo after party.

Starting June 1, General Admission with be $25 and Premium Admission will be $65. Seating is limited. Admission for retailers and members of the media is complimentary.

Have any of our Spoilerites attended the event? Do you plan on going this year? If so, reach out to me, and we’ll work together to share your experience on the site for the rest of the world to enjoy!

via Image Comics

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