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Derby City Comic Con

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Press Release A star studded line-up of comic royalty including New York Times bestselling author and writers Mark Waid (Daredevil, Hulk, Kingdom Come), Robert Venditti (Green Lantern, The Flash, Surrogates) and Tony Moore (co-creator of the Walking Dead) headline over 225 exhibitors and comic creators at Derby City Comic Con, Louisville’s original comic con!

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Press Release One of the goals of Derby City Comic Con is to give back to the artists and community. In 2011, Derby City Comic Con contributed over $1500 raised at their auction of original art and collectibles to two great causes.

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  Press Release Over 3,000 comic book fans turned out for the first annual Derby City Comic Con in Louisville, KY, so we’re going to do it again! Mark your calender for June 30, 2012 as Derby City Comic Con returns to the Kentucky International Convention Center.

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Press Release Giving back to the community is an important aspect of Derby City Comic Con. Who better to help do that than LEO’s 2010 Louisvillian of the Year and Wave 3 news anchor, Dawne Gee? Gee will be the host of the 2011 Derby City Comic Con Charity Auction, held as a part of Derby City Comic Con and featuring original art from many of the convention’s guests. The auction will begin at 2 PM.

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Press Release It’s a celebration of comics, and Derby City Comic Con is giving back to its namesake city through an auction held at the event. Derby City Comic Con is proud to announce the first recipient: The Library Foundation.

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Press Release Gone are the days of closet comic book fans. From big summer blockbusters such as “Thor” and “Green Lantern” to small screen sensations like “The Walking Dead,” which set basic cable rating records, the comic book culture proves to be making the move to mainstream in 2011. On July 16 comic book culture will take center stage in Louisville, Ky.

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