ComiCONN is back in 2013! BUY TICKETS ONLINE NOW!
Tickets for ComiCONN will be available at both Alternate Universe locations in New Haven & Milford Connecticut. Cash, Visa, and Master Card are accepted at both store locations. Save time and purchase advance tickets beginning in June at the stores (quantities are limited).
Tickets for ComiCONN can also be purchased online: CLICK HERE!
ComiCONN is celebrating its Fantastic 4th show and we want to treat our fans to a special limited offer! There will be (50) special FANTASTIC FAN VIP ticket packages available only through online ticket purchases with WePay for ComiCONN. The Fantastic Fan show package deal will include exclusives from our past shows and a new exclusive item for 2013. The Fantastic Fan show package includes admission into the show, the 2010 exclusive Top Cow Magdalena #1 (get this exclusive comic book signed at the show by Ron Marz, Jack Purcell, and Tom Chu), the 2011 Indiana Jones/Star Wars signed and numbered print by Matt Busch, the 2012 Avengers Assembled print, and the 2013 exclusive Fantastic 4th show exclusive show patch. ONLY 50 of these VIP packages will be offered. First come first serve! ONLINE ORDERING ONLY! *exclusives can only be picked up at the event with ticket receipt.
PEZ Preview Night & ComiCONN admission 2-in-1 ticket - Special.
Tour the PEZ Visitor Center at 35 Prindle Hill Rd in Orange, CT (15 minutes from the Marriott Hotel in Trumbull) on Friday 8/23 from 6-8pm. See the PEZ Chopper and other surprises! Then on Saturday enjoy ComiCONN at the Marriott Hotel in Trumbull. Limited supply of these 2-in-1 tickets.
ADMISSION AT THE DOOR
SHOW HOURS: 10am to 8pm on Saturday - EXTENDED show hours - come early, come late, there is no rush at ComiCONN!
Doors open at 10am to the general public.
*CASH ONLY AT THE SHOW. No checks, debit, or credit cards at the admission area. An ATM is located near the hotel lobby.
SHOW ADMISSION: $20
*all day access
Children 10 and under are admitted into ComiCONN for FREE! when accompanied by a paid adult (Limit 2 Per Paid Adult Ticket)
COSPLAY SAFETY RULES
For the safety of all ComiCONN attendees, volunteers, guests, and staff, there are restrictions on what can be bought, sold, and brought into ComiCONN. Failure to follow this policy may result in your removal from the ComiCONN without refund.
The following items are forbidden at ComiCONN:
Firearms (including air soft guns, BB guns, cap guns, paintball guns, and pellet guns), Functional projectile weapons (including blow guns, crossbows, long bows, silly string, slingshots, water balloons, and water guns), Metal-bladed weapons (including axes, daggers, hatchets, knives, kunai, shuriken, swords, sword canes, and switch blades), Explosives (including firecrackers and fireworks), Chemical weapons (including mace and pepper spray), Blunt weapons (including brass knuckles, clubs, and nunchaku), Hard replica weapons (including most made of metal, fiberglass, and glass), and Instruments which cause excessive noise (including vuvuzelas).
Replica weapons will be allowed, providing that they are made of cardboard, foam, wood, or other lightweight materials. Replica firearms are allowed only if they cannot be mistaken for real weapons. The barrel of all replica firearms must be covered with a brightly-colored cap. Replica bows will be allowed providing all arrows have soft tips.
We recognize that many Comic/Sci-Fi/Fantasy fans love to dress up as their favorite characters to express their fandom, and ComiCONN isn't trying to restrict replica weapons that are part of these costumes. Replica lightsabers, blasters, bowcasters, thermal detonators, gaffi sticks, etc. are all A OK, and you're encouraged to come dressed as a super hero, robot, villain, zombie, God, troll or other form of fantasy from the silver screen, comic book, game or imagination.
If, however, you come with a replica of a real world weapon such as an AK-47 or M-16, our security are going to tap on the weapons policy and make sure your prop is clearly branded with an orange cap.Basically, just use common sense. If you bring a replica that could maim, damage, or cause serious bodily harm, we're going to take issue. But if you come to ComiCONN to have a good time, and your authentic-looking Mjonir (Thor's hammer) doesn't actually fry people with bolts of lightning -- we'll welcome you to the show.