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Emerald City Comic Con 2022: A Review

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Emerald City Comic Con 2022: A Review

Written by Angela Rairden Seattle’s Emerald City Comic Con is one of the largest comic cons on the West Coast and, prior to the pandemic at least, it’s a con that keeps growing every year. Began in 2003 as a one-day event at Qwest Field Events Center with an attendance of only 2,500, ECCC has evolved to a 4-day extravaganza that takes over the Washington State Convention Center as well as several of the surrounding hotels. In 2019, attendance had soared to nearly 100,000 people. While Covid caused the cancellation 2020’s ECCC, the con returned in December of 2021 (which...

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Jonboy Meyers Interview for Frankie’s Comics, by Angela Rairden

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Jonboy Meyers Interview for Frankie’s Comics, by Angela Rairden

Emerald City Comicon descended upon the city of Seattle the weekend of December 2nd through 5th, 2021. Frankie’s Comics had a large booth located in the vendor’s hall and I stopped by it every day that I attended the convention. At their booth, Frankie’s hosted three remarkable comic book artists – Rose Besch, Ivan Tao, and Jonboy Meyers. This was my first time meeting any of these artists, and I found them all to be friendly, amiable, and genuine. Jonboy was even kind enough to set some time aside for me to interview him for the Frankie’s blog. My initial...

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Emerald City Comic Con 2021: What to Expect From a Con During a Pandemic, by Angela Rairden

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Emerald City Comic Con 2021: What to Expect From a Con During a Pandemic, by Angela Rairden

"Prior to last weekend, nearly one thousand days had passed since the most recent Emerald City Comic Con took place in Seattle’s Washington State Convention Center in March of 2019. Of course, no one could have predicted that a freaking pandemic would force 2020’s ECCC to be pushed back from March of that year, to August 2020, to finally the first weekend of December 2021."

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