Ready for Cleveland’s first LGBTQIA+ comic book convention? Panels include “Out of the Closet and into the Costume: A History of Queer Comix,” “Cartoons 4 Change: the history of LGBTQ Editorial Cartoons,” and “Fear the Queers! A Discussion of LGBTQ+ Representation in Horror.” Guests include Marvel ‘Iceman’ writer, and FRC headliner, Sina Grace.
Join us for the Midwest’s first LGBTQIA+ geek convention!
With vendors, art, comics, books, zines, podcasts, panels, and workshops this is your destination for everything queer and geek.
This is a family friendly event! Free entry, suggested donation of $5.
When: September 22, 2018
Where: Westshore Uniterian Universalist Church at 20401 Hilliard Blvd, Rocky River, OH 44116
Hey group! Have I got a great interview for you! Meet Ted Sikora, creator of Cleveland-based comics Apama and Tap Dance Killer. Come see the world through the musical funhouse mirror of Ted Sikora’s dark creations.
Immediate family members of Celestial Attic’s owners and employees are ineligible to win. You must be 18 and older to win. No purchase is required to win. Once you’ve won, you are done. I’m looking at you Darrin.
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Hey Cleveland, we have something special for you today, a little treat and a chance to support Cleveland comic-book author Caleb Thusat. His kickstarter for Nook, a creepy little tale about war and loss and a cat, goes up tomorrow and runs a scant 15 days. You are going to want in on this.
This is today’s Celestial Attic Podcast, the weekday calendar edition. This is also a format change to a shorter calendar-only podcast for consumption in your daily flash brief on Amazon’s echo or other audio device. Look for longer podcasts featuring news, reviews and interviews on the weekends.
Listen Today for your chance to win a Graphic Novel from Carol and John’s Comic Shop located at 17462 Loraine Avenue, Cleveland in Kamms Plaza.