Comic Book Mania at Gail Borden Library

Saturday, July 13, 2013 -
10:00 to 17:00

Join us this July for the Comic Book Mania Convention at the Gail Borden Library in Elgin, Illinois. We're really excited to be part of such a great event with other illustrious guests!

From Comic Book Mania's announcement of our appearance:

There is something strange in our neighborhood: giant, prehistoric crocodiles are invading Comic Book Mania Convention 2013. Who ya gonna call?
We are proud to announce that the Ghostbusters: Chicago Division will be appearing at Comic Book Mania this year! Please bring your cameras, your family and friends, as you won't want to miss when the Ghostbusters come face-to-face with SuperCroc! Can your troop outside the loop keep those pesky croc poltergeists at bay?!?

Comic Book Mania Convention 2013 will be held Saturday, July 13 at Gail Borden Public Library, 270 N. Grove Avenue, Elgin, IL.

Hours: 10am-5pm; admission is FREE.

Our special guest artists and writers include: Art Baltazar (Tiny Titans, Superman Family Adventures), Dave Dorman (Star Wars, Magic the Gathering), Ben Torres (Knight Watchman: Graveyard Shift), Chris Ecker(Knight Watchman, Big Bang Comics), Juan Carlos Baez(Walter Koenig's Things to Come), Tom Kelly (Sword of the Savage Samurai), Sterling Clark(Ntombinde, The Renegade), Christopher Mitten(30 Days of Night), Mark Stegbauer (Dr. Goyle), Jim Terry (The Crow), Justin Castaneda (Heart, When I Was Little), Serena Guerra (Mice Templar), Scott Beaderstadt (Trollords), Cory Carani (Legionaires), Russell Lissau (Batman Strikes!, Strawberry Shortcake), Jim and Rose McClain (The Solution Squad), Wally Lowe (Night of the Pizza Zombies), Doc Boucher (Inter-Fan), the entire creative team of The Infinium (Rich Perez, Ronald Ong, Rage Ledbetter) and the entire creative team of P.I. Jane (Lauren Burke, Greg Sorkin, Tony Maldonado).

We will also be featuring "The Science of SuperCroc", a building-wide exhibit featuring life-size skeletons and flesh models of crocodiles that lived in the prehistoric era. These crocs were so big that they ate other dinosaurs! Please bring your cameras, your family and friends to see two shows for the price of one (and the best part is: the price is FREE). Plus: facepainting for the kids, a Pokemon tournament, prizes for costumes and much more.