He pointed out that fans tell him they watched his show as kids with their parents and now they watch the new show with their kids.
He also talked about how one of the Flash’s powers is hope.
The variety of vendors, scope of talent in artists alley, friendly celebrity guests, and impressive cosplay on display made the 2017 Great Philadelphia Comic Con, well, great!
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This was the third Great Philadelphia Comic Con, and each year the show has improved. Vendors sold a wide variety of comics and pop culture memorabilia.
The 2017 installment has grown significantly from previous years with a wide variety of vendors and exhibitors, a good media guest list, and some big names in comic book artists and writers. Modern comics and some vintage titles were available, plus graphic novels, trades, and hardcovers.
Roth & Surge of Power, John Wesley Shipp, Alan Tudyk and Jewel Staite, Margaret Kerry, Colin Baker, Marina Sirtis, Bruce Boxleitner and Mira Furlan, Mike Mc Farland and Sean Schemmel, Bryce Pappenbrook, and Jed Rees were held.
This comic convention has become a mecca to lovers of comics, pop culture, science fiction, anime, video games and all things geek. To participate in Sci-Fi Speed Dating, you have to be single and 18 and over.
Will you come out and wear your geek proud this weekend? If you are looking for love at Comic Con, then don’t miss “Love in the Air @ Philadelphia Comic Con – Speed Dating Style” on Saturday, June 21 from a.m. You might as well spend the whole weekend at the comic con and let the kids have a chance to dress up as their favorite character too. The Wizard World Kids’ Costume Contest will take place in Room 108 on Sunday, June 22 from p.m.
Philadelphia queer [email protected] social justice organization GALAEI is hosting this no-joke informational session that will cover everything from occupied Palestine and Puerto Rican nationalism to the ways queer communities can build a movement that goes beyond colonialism.
Panelists include Penn's Jessica Rosenberg, genderqueer activist and writer Che Gossett, the Philadelphia Foundation's Edurne Irizzary and Raices Culturales Latinoamericana's Erika Núñez.