Rose City Con and Emerald City Con team up

201212181243 Rose City Con and Emerald City Con team up

201212181244 Rose City Con and Emerald City Con team up

Maybe a teeny bit of Con Wars fall-out as it’s been announced that Seattle’s biggest comic-con—Emerald City Comicon—is teaming up with Portland’s emerging con—The Rose City Comic Con. You’ll note both shows have matching logos now—which is totes adorbs.

Reading the press release, it reads as if the very well established and growing ECCC is helping the newer RCCC gird up and survive the arrival of Wizard’s Portland Comic Con. But you know, there’s lots of room for well run comics shows everywhere, and not everyone wants to meet Dean Cain again and again.

Seattle-based ECCC Corp., organizers of Emerald City Comicon (ECCC), the largest comic book and pop culture event in the Pacific Northwest, announced today a formal partnership with Portland-based FlashPoint Media to cooperate in bringing Oregon the convention it rightly deserves in the 2013 Rose City Comic Con (RCCC).
 
RCCC 2013 will be taking place September 21-22, 2013 at the Oregon Convention Center, and will be co-produced by both ECCC and RCCC, combining the talents and organizational efforts for one fantastic event. The first guest announced for RCCC 2013 is world-renowned illustrator Adam Hughes.
 
“This announcement kicks-off a fantastic partnership,” says ECCC Convention Director Jim Demonakos. “We are thrilled to team up with Ron Brister and his crew to help take the Rose City Comic Con to the next level!”
 
“We are so excited to work with ECCC and build upon what was started in 2012,” says Ron Brister, Rose City Comic Con founder. “ECCC has long been a favorite convention of ours and now, every six months there will be an amazing convention in the Pacific Northwest!”
 
This is the first step in an ongoing partnership between the two organizations to create the best in pop culture events for the Pacific Northwest. For complete details, visit the Rose City Comic Con website

Comments

  1. Nice.
    Now that I’m married I have *family* in Oregon. And i’m just one state away. Sign me up!

  2. ECCC and RCCC teaming up should be a win for both. And for those of us who attend, too!

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