This past Saturday was the second annual White Plains comic con. Like last year, this comic con took place inside the White Plains public library, although next year it will move to a different location.
The second annual White Plains comic con had more artists than the previous year, and it’s purpose was the same – to raise awareness for anti-bullying causes. The con had plenty of help from teen volunteers, all who attend a local White Plains high school. Other artists and writers included Jerry Craft, Alitha E. Martinez, Ray Felix, David Quinn, and many others, to be found on the Bronx Heroes comic convention website.
Here’s photos from the past weekend.
Main floor at the second annual White Plains Comic Con, June 4th 2016.
Sign promoting the anti-bullying cause at the second annual White Plains comic con, June 4th, 2016.
One of the artists at the second annual White Plains comic con, June 4th, 2016
Artist Tim Kelly at the second annual White Plains comic con, June 4th, 2016.
Write David Quinn, best known for his work with Faust, and his daughter Olivia, also an artist in her own right. Second annual White Plains comic con, June 4th, 2016.
Stay tuned for other comic cons I will be selling my work at, i.e., comics and other items. Details forthcoming.
Since I have your attention, it should be noted again that the purpose of this particular comic con is to raise awareness to stop bullying. Admission is free, and it’s near public transportation. So get your ticket and drop by June 4th.
On June 4th, 2016, I’ll be at the White Plains Comic Con II. Last year’s White Plains event was packed, so don’t miss out this time. Should also mention that the focus of this comic con, like last year is anti-bullying.