That's right fans, we've been as anxious as you have, but the world is starting to calm down and it looks like a few months from now, as long as everyone behaves themselves (see safety policies below) then THE MILWAUKEE COMIC CON IS FINALLY BACK!
When Is The Comic Book Show?
Saturday, June 26th 2021
Where is the Comic Book Show?
The Milwaukee Comic Con takes place at the Wisconsin State Fairgrounds Products Pavillion 640 S 84th St., West Allis, WI 53214
How much is the Comic Book Show?
Adults are just $8 for general admission, and as always kids 12 and under are FREE. But you don’t just get admission for that. Every person who attends Mighty Con gets a free comic book at the door to get their day started off right. Please also note that if you already purchased a pass for a postponed show, then you're all set and don't need to get another one, you're already on the list.
Want to get in early? If you order your pass online, you can get in at 9:30 a.m., a half hour ahead of everyone else! Get first grab at all the best deals: click here to pre-order your passes!
After pre-ordering, you can pick up your passes the morning of the show.
Looking to Sell Your Collectibles Or Show Off Your Brand At Mighty Con?
There are a few vendor spaces available still (if you had your space paid for at a previous show, you don't need to do anything, you're already set), but because of our waiting list situation from previous shows we are not making spaces available in the normal way. We will be reaching out to everyone on the waiting list, and if you're not yet on it then reach out to us at MightyConVendors@gmail.com for info and to get a space if/when they're available.
Click Here To Order Your Tables For The Milwaukee Comic Con, The Madison Comic Con, The Quad Cities Comic Con, or the Dupage Comic Con in Wheaton, IL
Look everyone, we know that the world is on the right track, but we're not all back to normal yet. So, that being said (and yes this can change from the time this is being written till June 26th, we can't see the future better than anyone else) we will be asking everyone who is not vaccinated to wear a mask. Obviously we don't know if you are or aren't, so we're trusting everyone to be cool. All currently available data shows that by then we should be almost out of the woods, but we want everyone to be safe still. We will also have a few less tables than normal, which will mean wider aisles and an easier time giving space to everyone around you. The fairgrounds have informed us that at that time they don't anticipate there being an attendance cap, but stay tuned here for any changes or updates.
Who will be there?