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Due to concerns related to the COVID-19 virus, the city of Raleigh has requested that all large events in the area be postponed. The Oak City Comicon has been moved to its new date: May 30th – 31st, 2020.  Please stay safe, and we look forward to seeing you all in May 2020.

Raleigh’s premiere locally owned & operated comic book party is returning to the Raleigh Convention Center, May 30th & 31st, 2020, for two HUGE days, and at only 40 bucks for the entire weekend plus FREE for kids 9-and-under, it’s affordable for the WHOLE family!

We’ve got something for everyone! Comic book superstars like Justice League writer Robert Venditti and award-winning artist Afua Richardson! Or how about Bob Camp, the creator of Ren & Stimpy! And William Stout, the iconic illustrator and concept artist for such films as the Return of the Living Dead, Men in Black, Pan’s Labyrinth, & Masters of the Universe!

All this and SO MUCH MORE including toys, video games, exclusive art and our fan-favorite cosplay contest make this our GREATEST show ever!

Click HERE to get your early bird tickets and bring your family, friends and comic book freaks for a weekend of Comicon FUN!

Show Hours

Saturday April 4th 10 am – 7 pm

Sunday April 5th 11 am – 5 pm

 

Legendary comics writer Chris Claremont will be at Oak City Comicon on Saturday April 4th!

Known for his iconic runs on both the Uncanny X-Men and New Mutants, as well as introducing complex literary themes into superhero narratives, comics genius Chris Claremont is credited with turning once underachieving comics into some of Marvel’s most popular series.

Come see some amazing panels put on by the LEGO team including Lego-Master extraordinaire, BrickJournal Magazine’s Joe Meno!

We built this city on props and clothes! Come see all the costume extravagance, have your picture taken with our amazing cosplay guests, and witness the pageantry and awe of our multiverse famous Cosplay Contest!

Come meet Elijah Lee the amazing 12-year-old featured on Disney+’s Marvel’s Hero Project! Known as “the Incredible Elijah”, he works as a true modern-day superhero to put an end to child abuse by leading marches and raising awareness for abuse prevention. Saturday only!