Electric City Comic Con
Chris is a Harvey award-nominated artist and writer best known for creating, writing, and drawing G-MAN, a series of graphic novels loved by all ages. G-MAN features a young superhero who gains fantastic powers when he wears a magic cape.
Dan has wanted to create comic books for as long as he can remember. He worked in Marvel Comics' editorial department and was a children's book designer before co-founding Castle Comics to realize his lifelong dream. Castle Comics publishes File 13, a super-powered hero's journey (with a healthy dose of humor thrown in) loosely based on a concept Dan had when he was twelve years old.
Keith Haugen is relatively new to the comic scene, having recently completed two horror genre projects for Spirited Comics and is currently doing work on a sci-fi/war story for RATO Press. In addition, Keith keeps busy doing commissions, conventions and freelance graphic arts projects. Creator owned comic properties are also in the works, which Keith vows to complete ‘some day’.
Schenectady resident, artist and co-founder of Electro-Magnetic Press. Shane does the art for the comic series “The Omens." The first comic in his new series “Empire Comics” was recently published. Shane is also the artist who created our Electric City Comic Con mascot.
Gregg is a regular contributor to Spongebob Comics, wrote the X-Babies: Stars Reborn graphic novel for Marvel Comics, and has worked for Nickelodeon, DC Entertainment, and Disney. His original graphic novel “Pix” features a super-powered teenager who claims to be part fairy princess.
Post Office Commemorative Cancellation Stamp
Time: 10:00 AM-1:00 PM.
For stamp collectors and comic enthusiasts alike! The Post Office will be on site debuting our limited edition Electric City Comic Con cancellation stamp. Bring your own stamp along or buy one on site!
*A cancellation is a postal marking applied to a postage stamp or a piece of postal stationary indicating that the stamp has been used (prevents the re-use of stamps.)