Air Capital Comic Con is a fun, family-friendly Premier comic book convention to Wichita, KS that is focused on comic book culture and all things geek.
November 12 – 13, 2016 in Wichita, KS
Another Castle Creations is a Kansas City Area Based Cosplay Group. Sharing our love of the craft one con at a time.
Brotherhood Props design and build Unique High Quality Cosplay Props. Our Specialties are Weapons, Armor, and anything awesome!
The Casual Males Feeling like a pop culture casual? Check out The Casual Males, your source for the latest and greatest in comic books and pop culture. Whether it’s obscure comic book plots or your favorite 80s action movie, The Casual Males is there to fill your ear holes with goodness. Every week, Tony, Josh, and Marcus will be here for your entertainment. We are The Casual Males.
KC Cosplay & Photography is group / hub for Kansas City and surrounding area cosplayers, photographers, and crafters. The group features active discussions, event coordination, and all around camaraderie . Whether you are interested in building costumes, doing charity work, or just hanging out in costume… All are welcome.
Planet Comicon is the largest comic book and pop culture convention in the Kansas City area. Planet Comicon was founded in 1999 and has grown to a three day extravaganza attended by tens of thousands of area residents as well as fans from across the U.S. and several foreign countries. Planet Comicon features the best in comic books and fantasy and science fiction television and movies in the vibrant Kansas City downtown area and adjacent Power & Light District.
April 28 – 30, 2017 in Kansas City, MO
Smallville Comic-Con is a family friendly comic convention based out of Smallville(Hutchinson), KS 0n its 4th amazing year.
June 24-25, 2017 in Hutchinson, KS
Worst Comic Podcast EVER! (WCPE!) is a new entry into the world of comic book podcasts. While we’re new to podcasting, we are life-long friends as well as comic book readers. As kids, we would race down to the local convenience store on Monday afternoons to see what new comics had been added to the spinner rack. A good week was convincing one of our parents to drive us to an honest-to-goodness comic book shop. Between us, we read and collected a lot of books over the years. Over the years, the love of comics remains true, even if we have new reading and collecting habits. But the highlight for all of us is getting together and just talking about comics. Hence the podcast! Sure, we want to put out something good, but let’s be honest – we’re not professional podcasters. So bear with us as we do our best each week to have fun and talk comics.