03.24.2015 Celebrity Guest AnnouncementPosted by: Ron B.
Nichelle Nichols began her professional singing and dancing career in her home town, Chicago, at the tender age of 14. As a teenager she was discovered by the great Duke Ellington, who hired her to choreograph and perform a ballet for one of his musical suites, and finished the tour as his lead singer. Nichelle has performed in the U.S., Canada, and Europe, including guest artist with Lionel Hampton’s band.
When Nichelle was cast by Gene Roddenberry to create Chief Communications Officer Lt. Uhura, fourth in command of the Starship Enterprise, in his legendary TV series Star Trek – in the words of Dr. Martin Luther King – it became “The first non-stereotypical role portrayed by a black woman in television history.” Nichelle subsequently co-starred in six blockbuster Star Trek motion pictures.
03.18.2015 Fast Pass tickets selling FAST.Posted by: Ron B.
This year RCCC is introducing a 'Fast Pass' to the ticket line-up. It includes a Weekend Adult Pass & Wristband to Rose City Comic Con 2015 with Priority entrance & Badge Exchange to the Exhibit Floor, Front of line access to Celebrity Meet & Greet, Photo Ops during the scheduled photo times, RCCC 2015 Lanyard, and RCCC Merchandise Gift Card to be used at the RCCC Merchandise Booth.
The Fast Pass is a limited to 100 tickets and sold only online while supplies last.
03.17.2015 First two guests of 2015!Posted by: Ron B.
Ryan Ottley is the ongoing artist of Robert Kirkman’s Invincible. With over 100 issues and counting, Invincible is published by Image Comics alongside Kirkman’s The Walking Dead. In addition to his work on Invincible, Ottley’s talent has appeared in The Amazing Spider Man, Batman/Superman, The Flash, Spawn, The Walking Dead, Witchblade and other popular titles.
We are happy to welcome back Wil for a second year at Rose City comic Con!
Wil Wheaton is an author, actor, producer, and award-winning audiobook narrator. Audiences have seen his work in the films Stand By Me and Flubber, the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation, Eureka, Leverage, and The Big Bang Theory, and in the ground-breaking award-winning online series Tabletop, which he created with Felicia Day.
He has written several books, and has written columns for Salon, The Washington Post, Playboy, and the AV Club. One of the original celebrity bloggers, Wheaton’s award-winning blog is at wilwheaton.net.
01.13.2015 Reed Pop joins forces with ECCCPosted by: Ron B.
Rose City Comic Con remains an independent Oregon based company. Our goal is to serve Oregon and the entire Northwest with all your pop-culture needs. We're looking forward to our event in September and we hope to see you there!
09.30.2014 Thank you!Posted by: Ron B.
09.21.2014 Costume Contest WinnersPosted by: Andrea D
3rd place: Bronco from Gentlemen Broncos
2nd place: Mystique from X-Men
1st place: Grunt from Halo
3rd place: Red Riding Hood Werewolf Hunter
2nd place: Chewbacca
1st place: Retired Wonder Woman
3rd place: The Monsters of Fright Town
2nd place: The Muppets
1st place: Skull Kid & The Happy Mask Salesman
Aunty Entity from Beyond Thunderdome
Aereon from Chronicles of Riddick
Photos of the winners can be found on our Facebook page.
09.20.2014 New Photo Ops for SundayPosted by: Andrea D
09.20.2014 Stumptown Comics Arts Awards WinnersPosted by: Andrea D
Best Writer: Jai Nitz (Dream Thief, for Dark Horse)
Best Letterer: Ed Brisson and Douglas Sherwood (The Sixth Gun volume 6, for Oni Press)
Best Colorist: Bill Crabtree (The Sixth Gun volume 6, for Oni Press)
Best Cartoonist: Zander Cannon (Heck, for Top Shelf)
Best Publication Design: The Fifth Beatle (Couch, for Dark Horse)
Best Anthology: Dark Horse Presents (Dark Horse)
Best New Comic: The Auteur (Rick Spears, James Callahan, and Luigi Anderson for Oni Press)
Best Publication for Younger Readers: Lumberjanes (Grace Ellis, Noelle Stevenson, and Brooke Allen for Boom! Studios)
Best Webcomic or Digital Comic: High Crimes (Ibrahim Moustafa and Christopher Sebela, Monkeybrain Comics)
Best Small Press: Cartozia Tales