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Nickel City Con 2017

Friday, May 12th, 2017

On May 19th through the 21st, Buffalo’s premier comic and pop culture convention, Nickel City Con, will take place at the Buffalo Convention Center.

The Buffalo & Erie County Public Library will be there on Saturday and Sunday to host fun family activities such as Jedi Camp, Superhero Training, and Mad Science. Admission to the convention is free for children 10 and under. For more information, please visit www.nickelcitycon.com

Save the Date! Comic-Fest Too big for just one day!

Wednesday, May 15th, 2013

We’re doing things a little differently this year for Comics Fest activities at the Buffalo & Erie County Public Library.

Instead of having one large event at our Central (downtown) location, we’re switching things up!

There will be a Comics Fest event at our Orchard Park location on Saturday, August 10 from 12 pm until 4 pm. The library is located at 4570 S. Buffalo Street in Orchard Park, three blocks south of the 20A/277 intersection.

Another Comics Fest event will be held at the Frank E. Merriweather, Jr. library on Saturday, October 5. The time of this event is TBA, so stay tuned for more information. Merriweather is located at 1324 Jefferson Avenue, at the corner of Jefferson and Utica.

An event is also being planned for the Central Library. Stay tuned for more information, as well as more details about the other events, including guest speakers, workshops and more!

Drawing Contest 2012 Info

Monday, September 24th, 2012

Oct 6th 2012 Comic-Fest looks great this year.

Saturday, September 22nd, 2012

This year, we have:

Graham Nolan

Nolan is a nationally recognized illustrator for DC Comics and co-creator of Bane from the Batman Knightfall saga.

He is also known for his work on the Phantom, a Sunday comic strip.

He is currently the artist on the syndicated comic Rex Morgan, M.D. and is also the creator of the webcomic Sunshine State.

Joe Orsak

Noted for The Adventures of Captain ‘Cuse in the Syracuse New Times and in the Syracuse Herald-American. He has illustrated several comic books for Magnum Comics, covering famous baseball stars such as Mickey Mantle, Brooks Robinson and Duke Snider. His recent work with Douglas Brode, The Yellow Rose of Texas: The Myth of Emily Morgan, is a work which has received much acclaim from educators and has shown again how graphic novels can bring history alive to new audiences.

Kyle J. Kaczmarczyk

NY Times Best Selling comics writer known for his work on the WWII zombie anthologies FUBAR, as well as the horror comedy Igor: Occult Detective.

Many other speakers and activities are planned for the day, so join us once again at the Downtown Library on Oct 6th.