Return of the Preble County Comic Con

Coming soon to The Star Theatre... The return of the Preble County Comic Con®! #PCCC2022

We are once again kicking off our annual Summer Reading Challenge with this epic, FREE, fourth annual event! Join us for a day full of family fun and pop culture excitement! Comic Con runs from 11 AM till 3 PM at The Star Theatre, located at 310 North Barron Street in Eaton.

 

There will be:

  • Artists & Vendor Tables
    • The Art of Stephen Baker
    • Dark Crescent Studio
    • The Gaming Goat
    • Jim & Dan Comics
  • Tabletop Gaming with Darkhold Games
  • Superhero Training with DDX (Dixon Dance Xpress)
  • Cosplay Contest
  • The 501st Legion 
  • Community Art Display
  • Games & Prizes
  • And more!

 

VENDORS: Interested artists, cosplayers, and comic con-related vendors can fill out this form (https://bit.ly/2022pcccvendors) if they are interested in participating. 

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Cosplay Contest Information:

Cosplay Contest form: https://bit.ly/CosplayContestForm

One of the most popular activities associated with Comic Cons worldwide is cosplay: dressing up as your favorite character from a movie, book, or video game. During Preble County Comic Con®, we’ll decide on the best costumes for two different age groups: 0- 13 years and 14 years and older. There will be prizes for first place, runner-up, and honorable mention for each age group. You can pre-register at the Eaton library by filling out a Cosplay Contest Registration Form. Costumes from all genres are acceptable, and original characters are welcome, too. Only handmade or hand-assembled costumes will be accepted. You can use pre-styled/modified accessories such as wigs, shoes, and props, but we strongly encourage handmade accessories. This is your chance to show off your handiwork! Contestants are encouraged, though not required, to bring a reference photo or drawing of their character for the judges. Actual weapons and other items considered dangerous by the library are prohibited. All costumes must follow the library’s code of conduct (such as no nudity or offensive language) as this is an event for all ages.