This weekend, it’s Baltimore Comic-Con
The doors open Saturday morning on the 14th annual Baltimore Comic-Con, which is expected to draw in the neighborhood of 15,000 people to the Baltimore Convention Center for two days filled with panels, comics creators, celebrities, cosplay and the Harvey Awards.
There’s still about 21 hours until kickoff, and already Dynamite Entertainment and Dark Horse have made announcements, which may help to explain why convention organizers plan to expand to three days in 2014.
This year’s event features such guests as Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes, Neal Adams, Sal Buscema, Don Rosa, Brian Bolland, Stan Sakai, Jim Starlin, Joe Staton, Walter Simonson, Louise Simonson, Joe Hill, Ivan Reis, Cliff Chiang, Amanda Conner, Mike Mignola, David Petersen, Mark Bagley, Mike Carey, Frank Cho, Ramona Fradon, Jason Latour, Francesco Francavilla, Keith Giffen, Terry Moore, Sean Murphy, Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, Mark Waid, JG Jones, Bill Willingham and Cully Hamner.
Be sure to follow Comic Book Resources and Robot 6 over the weekend for coverage of the convention.