Following on from our first guest announcement earlier in the week, we’re eager to tell you what else we have in stock for 2017.
TeamGCCC are delighted to announce that we’ll be hosting the Retro Computer Museum at Granite City Comic Con 2017.
The Retro Computer Museum is a registered charity dedicated to the benefit of the public for the preservation, display and public experience of computer and console systems from the 1960’s onwards.
Their main focus is on systems that were in use in the home and schools rather than big computer systems and mainframes of early computer development. They have systems ranging from the early Pong consoles through to the Sega and Nintendo console wars and the home computers of the ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64s and Amigas.
We’ll be hosting 20 separate machines over the weekend for everyone to relive fond childhood memories and experience gaming from a different era.
For more information please visit the Retro Computer Museum’s website – http://www.retrocomputermuseum.co.uk/
Good evening one and all. TeamGCCC are delighted to announce our first two guests for Granite City Comic Con 2017.
Steve Blum: (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0089710/)
To say that Steve has had a prolific career in animation, anime and video games would be a massive understatement. With roles in Cowboy Bebop, Naruto, Star Wars Rebels, The Legend of Korra, Wolverine and the X-Men, Transformers: Prime, Ultimate Spider-Man, Ben 10, Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Boxtrolls, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Ghost in the Shell, Call of Duty and Metal Gear Solid…
Mary McGlynn: (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0569479/)
Mary also boasts an equally as impressive career as a voice over actress, writer, singer and director. Her credits include Steven Universe, Cowboy Bebop, Sailor Moon Crystal, Ghost in the Shell, Bleach, Hitman, Tekken 7, Star Wars Rebels, Resident Evil, Saints Row, The Last of Us, Naruto, Heroes of The Storm and Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes…
We could list everything these two outstanding people have lent their talents to, but we’d be here all day.
Stay tuned to our website and Facebook for ticket info – coming soon!
(Please note any guest may cancel at any time due to a personal or professional conflict.)
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We’ve just about recovered from last weeks Halloween event, it was great fun to have a party with you all. We really hope you enjoyed it as much as we did! The photos area of the evening are up on Red Bairn Photography‘s Facebook page HERE
We’re also at the six week countdown until our applications for Vendors & Exhibitors closes, so make sure you’ve checked out the Vendor Information & Application page and applied with your product or service if you want to be listed as one of the attractions at Granite City Comic Con 2017. The closing date for this is the 16th December!
Granite City Comic Con are proud to present an evening of fantastic entertainment interspersed with a friendly costume contest and all around good times!
A halloween themed photowall with accompanying props will also be on site for you to capture your perfect halloween photograph.
This event is strictly for 18+
£5 on the door.
Casper heyzeus – “Like a bad smell from the 80’s! Casper heyzeus is an unwelcome stain in the music world.” It’s hard to describe Casper heyzeus, but in his own words he performs – “Novelty, Comedy, Rock, Metal, Punk, Disco, Dance [and] Weird …”
Deadfire – “Deadfire are an award winning and hard drinking 4 piece power ensemble hailing from Aberdeen in the North East of Scotland, where a burgeoning and eclectic music scene keeps them flying the flag at the forefront of live rock music. Formed in 2011 Deadfire incorporate a well oiled mix of old school rock and contemporary riffs topped off by unmistakable vocals.”
Nymph O’Maniac – “Burlesque dancer of the nerd variety, Ukulele cabaret artist, Lustette, Sith, song writer, painter, poet, general all round weirdo for hire.” Nymph O’Maniac is bringing nerdlesque with a very, very creepy theme…
Hi Guys, here at TeamGCCC we’ve always had the ethos of supporting creativity and rather than just do this at our events, we’ve set aside a fund he help small independent creators get their projects off the ground – so we want to hear from folks that are running a kick-starter (or similar) or planning to do so; and from anyone who thinks their project could benefit from our help. Please message us or post in our forum below with details if you think we can help.