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ABOUT THE SHOW
East Bay Comic Con was actually started in a different form in 1979. It was started in 1979 when a few of us couldn't make it over the bay to Bay-Con, the Bay Areas biggest (and one of the first) Comic book Conventions. Since we couldn't make it over to San Francisco that year (Mom got called to work, and we were not old enough to drive yet) we started our own show in Hayward. We called it "Super-Con" a name we used till 2010 in one form or another. In 1995, we started our first 2 day show in Oakland, but, we kept the Hayward show going and started calling it "Hayward-Con" and it was always at Centennial Hall on Foothill Blvd. Well, about 8 years aho, we had to stop using the Hayward building since... they decided to tear it down. It took 4 years to find another space... With a good size room, panel rooms, good parking and still close to Hayward. Well, we couldn't call a show in Concord "Hayward-Con", thus was born... East Bay Comic Con.
ABOUT THE PROMOTERS
EAST BAY COMIC CON is run by a good group of Fans and Friends who have worked together for many years...
Steve Wyatt has promoted shows since 1978, worked as an Exhibitor since 1976. He has promoted over 200 shows here on the West Coast, from Arizona to Nevada and Portland. Growing up in Castro Valley, he started collecting comic books, books and Disney memorabilia in 1972, and could never stop. Married to the perfect woman who (for some reason loves what he does) has work by his side for 30+ years, with 2 kids who have also worked with him since they could pick up a comic box (and are now 26 and 32). He now promotes 7-10 shows a year, is the show manager at Silicon Valley Comic Con (formerly "Big Wow Comic Fest" which he co-owned with Steve Morger, Frank Cho and few other cool guys) and is one of the Managers at Sac-Anime and Sac-Con in Sacramento.
Scott Armstrong has promoted shows since 1997. He has worked in the business since the early 1990’s at comic book shops and shows. A former professional wrestler and DJ, he is known for his expertise on "Mystery Science Theater 3000," "Doctor Who," and "Weird Al" Yankovic. For many years he has worked with Steve Wyatt at conventions all over the state. He is also Programming Director at SacAnime & SacCon and the Vendor Manager for StocktonCon events.
Robert Humes has promoted shows since 2006
There will be dealers from all over selling everything from Golden Age Comics, Original Comic Art, Posters, T-Shirts, Back Issue Comics, New Comics, Manga, Beanies, Pokemon and Lots More!
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