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may refer to any of the following Comic book conventions, none of them affiliated to any other:
- San Diego Comic-Con International, annual fan convention in San Diego held since 1970, also known as Comic-Con or San Diego Comic-Con
- Dallas Comic Con
The Dallas Comic Con is two-day event usually held twice a year in the Dallas, Texas area. Similar in size to the Sci-Fi Expo events under the same OfficialPix management, the Dallas Comic Con focuses on comic book artists, writers, and publishers...
, annual fan convention in Dallas, TX
- New York Comic Con, annual fan convention in New York City held since 2006
- Baltimore Comic-Con
The Baltimore Comic-Con is a comic book-oriented fan convention held in the fall of every year since its inception in 2000. Founded by Marc Nathan, owner of Cards, Comics, and Collectibles of Reistertown, MD, the show was originally a one-day show held at the Sheraton Hotel in the Baltimore...
, annual fan convention in Baltimore held since 2000
- Phoenix ComiCon
Phoenix Comicon is an annual comic book convention held in Phoenix, Arizona. started in June 2002, PCC has held comic related panels, programming events, art contests, and autograph signings for all ages. The first Phoenix Comicon was held in June 2002. It was a one day only convention for six...
- London Film and Comic Con
The London Film and Comic Con is a convention held annually in London that focuses on films, cult television and comics. In the past, the convention had guests that had included actors and actresses from programmes including Doctor Who, Star Trek, Star Wars, Heroes and other films and television...
, annual fan convention in London held since 2004
- Emerald City ComiCon
The Emerald City Comicon is an annual comic book convention taking place in Seattle, Washington. Originally taking place at the city's Qwest Field , the venue changed to its current home at the Washington State Convention and Trade Center since 2008...
, annual fan convention in Seattle held since 2003
- Montreal Comiccon
The Montreal Comiccon , under its actual form, was launched in 2006 as "Montreal Comic-Con". The event features comic books, toys, games, science-fiction, horror, anime, non-sport cards and collectibles...
, annual fan convention in Montreal held since 2007
- Comicon.com, a website established by Rick Veitch, writer of Star Wars comics.
- Comic Con India
Comic Con India is the first comic-based convention to be held in India.The first ever convention was hosted by Twenty Onwards Media between the 19th and 20th of February 2011 at Dilli Haat, New Delhi, India.-Comic Con 2011:...
, a commercial convention in Delhi, started in 2011 by a media company.
The Council for Mutual Economic Assistance , 1949–1991, was an economic organisation under hegemony of Soviet Union comprising the countries of the Eastern Bloc along with a number of communist states elsewhere in the world...
, the trade treaty
- Comecon (band)
Comecon was a Swedish death metal project founded in 1990. The band consisted of two guitarists, a drum computer and a session singer; a different one on each album. The debut album featured the Swede Lars Göran Petrov, who was then dismissed from Entombed. Their second album was sung by Dutchman...
, a Swedish death metal band
, otherwise known as the , is the world's largest self-published comic book fair, held twice a year in Tokyo, Japan. The first Comiket was held on December 21, 1975, with only about 32 participating circles and an estimated 600 attendees. Attendance has since swelled to over a half million people....
, a Japanese comic convention
- Comiaken people, one of the Cowichan Tribes
The Cowichan Tribes First Nations government, located in and around the Cowichan Valley and Duncan, British Columbia, it is the single largest band government in British Columbia....