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The event will take place at the Javits Center in New York from September 2-4 and feature interactive exhibits, celebrity guests and more.
ReedPOP's second New York Super Week includes events from popular podcasts, comedians and more, culminating with New York Comic Con.
New edition of “A Study in Pink” intended for students of English! Special Edition: NYC reports 40% rise in attendance! Five great untranslated manga! Plus more!
Vienna Comic Con to kick off in November! Cartoonist Alison Bechdel on becoming “suddenly mainstream"! The joys and challenges of translating manga!
As the first major change instituted by new owners ReedPOP, the Seattle convention will expand by one day.
ReedPOP, who produces New York Comic Con and C2E2, have added Seattle's Emerald City Comicon to its list of annual comic book conventions.
Producer ReedPOP reports it sold tickets for this weekend’s event to 151,000 unique individuals.
After announcing a show in India last month, New York Comic Con producer ReedPOP is setting its sights on the city of lights with Paris Comic Con.
ReedPOP expands its NYC presence in October with New York Super Week, a week-long event culminating in New York Comic Con.
A look at Saturday's BookCon, "where storytelling and pop culture collide"! Dynamite announces "Shaft" deal! Soule talks "Swamp Thing," "Superman/Wonder Woman"!
Lance Fensterman confirms to CBR News that ReedPOP will bring a new show to the Javits Center this June, titled "Special Edition: NYC."
Organizer of NYCC and C2E2 joins forces with Oz Comic-Con! Remembering Morrie Turner. On shifting "Watson and Holmes" from monthly issues to digital! Plus more!
Following fan anger across social media, New York Comic Con has decided to discontinue tweeting via the accounts of users who opted to link their RFID-enabled convention passes to their Twitter accounts.
ReedPOP has announced that their New York Comic Con will expand from three days to four in 2011, running from Thursday, October 13 through Sunday, October 16.