1994 Leo Peaslee
Atra Messor Art
Black Out Art
Brit K. Caley
Coral Isabella Aurora
Craig Holland Illustration
Earth’s Best Entertainment
Fat Guy Inc
Hero Shack Press
Horror Writer Duane E. Coffill
HR Farrington Art & Illustration
Lenwood Brown III
Loops and Lilacs Crochet and Crafts
Magenta Fantasies Art
MaggieDufresne and KrisKernInk
MKT Comics & Art
Nerdy Kid Designs
Run the Risk Comics
Scott Ethan Ambruson
Sewing Nerd Studios
The Art of Nick Lanza
The Polymer Okapi
Tom Ryan’s Studio
Tozy’s Art Studio
Artist Alley Table – $185 (click to register)
Each artist alley table is 6 feet long, all tables come with two chairs and two passes (there is a three pass maximum per artist). Convention hours are: Saturday 10am to 5pm and Sunday 10am to 4pm.
Hotel WiFi – $25
Electricity – $75
$15 (Limit 3. Must be used for staff only.)
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• Friday — starting at 12pm until 7pm
• Saturday — 7am-9:30am. VIPs enter at 9:30, so please be ready and have boxes out of the aisles.
• Be sure to use either the loading dock in the back of the hotel, or the parking garage (don’t forget to get it validated for just $6!). On street parking is free on Sunday. Fan Zone exhibitors, be sure to use the loading area on Pleasant St.
Granite State Comicon does not permit or condone the sale of bootleg or unauthorized merchandise at the show. The sale and/or display of ANY merchandise shall ONLY BE ALLOWED, where the merchandise has been approved by the license holder for the property depicted and does not infringe on copyright or trademark laws. Merchandise including but not limited to: video, digital, DVD’s, CD’s, and artist’s renderings in any form or format, must not violate the rights of the rights- holder to the property.
By attending the Con as an Exhibitor, or by purchasing a table space in Artist Alley, you are agreeing to follow these guidelines and any violation may result in immediate expulsion from the convention without refund. Granite State Comicon works with law enforcement authorities, licensees, and rights holders to act against the sale of bootleg and unauthorized merchandise at this event.
Failure to comply may additionally be subject to prosecution by local, provincial, and federal authorities who will be given full access to this event
Bootlegging is described as the taking of established published artwork and or digital media and reproducing product for sale that is not owned.