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Aspen Comics, publisher of Michael Turner’s Fathom and Soul re, and other top-selling hits such as Lola XOXO, Jirni and more, has announced their upcoming appearance for this summer’s Planet Comicon 2016. In addition to Aspen’s largest creator appearance at Planet Comicon to date, the publisher is also planning an exclusive comic book, full size prints, and other con-exclusive items for the weekend to be revealed soon.

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Devil’s Due Entertainment is headed to Planet Comicon this weekend in Kansas City, and have announced its lineup of guests and panels.

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There were hundreds of cosplayers at last weeks Planet ComiCon in Kansas City. Scott Robson took pictures of many of them, that you can check out, after the jump.  Also, be on the lookout for a surprise Wil Wheaton appearance.

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Scott Robson attended the Kansas City Planet Comicon this past weekend, and took pictures of nearly every entrant in the costume contest. Take the jump for a full gallery of great costumes!

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Good friend of Major Spoilers, James attended the Kansas City Planet ComiCon this past weekend, and sent us a plethora of images from the event.

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In case you are wondering, that represents the sum total of my purchases at the Kansas City Planet ComiCon. One of the bad things about trying to collect high quality back issues from the early to mid Silver Age is you end up spending a lot of money – A LOT OF MONEY. I can’t believe how much I went through in just one hour, and barely scratched my want list.

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Our good friend James from Collector’s Pair of Dice was able to head to Overland Park this past weekend to check out the KC Planet ComiCon. The event was well attended on Saturday and Sunday even with all of the rain that fell over the region. Special guests Jim Lee and David Prowse were able to stick around for both days to sign autographs and have their pictures taken with fans. The panels were terrible soundwise. There were no mics for the panels I attended, and sitting on the second row I couldn’t hear much except for the floor crowd.

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