SATURDAY – July 14
10 a.m. – Clallam Bay Comicon opens for set-up. To participate in the Fun Days parade, meet in the Hess Mart Parking Lot, tell them you’re with the Clallam Bay Comicon.
Noon – Clallam Bay Comicon opens. Sign up open for Costume and Cosplay Contest.
12:30 p.m. – “Carla Speed McNeil Takes Wing.” The drawn-books queen of sci-fi and dreamscapes opens the show with art and writing and creating actual figurines. She has so much to share, we don’t quite know where this creative genius will take us all. Don’t miss it.
2 p.m. – “Making Webcomics for fun! But also for money!” A repeat of last year’s favorite! Webcomic creator Jake Richmond talks about how easy and fun it is to start making webcomic (and how you can get started right now) and the challenges of finding time to create, building an audience and making a living!
3:30 p.m. – Costume and Cosplay Contest. Come strut your stuff, as favorite characters or your own original ideas. Cleverness counts. Prizes, all ages. Judge: guest creative Carla Speed McNeil.
5 p.m. – Comicon closes for the day.
6 p.m. – Fish-n-chips-n-beer feast at the Clallam Bay Inn, Band.
SUNDAY – July 15
(Join us after your beach walk, good breakfast, church, etc., or on the way to the ocean beaches.)
11 a.m. – Clallam Bay Comicon opens for set-up.
noon – Clallam Bay Comicon opens to public.
12:30 p.m. – “Minicomics and larger works.” Larry Lewis reprises and expands on his original demonstrations.
2 p.m. – “The Hollywood Story” Dennis Hondorp, Production Coordinator/Buyer for Independent Set Building, shares his life in film. Bring questions about how it’s done, and how to become part of this lucrative industry.
3:30 p.m. – “The Olympic Peninsula Comicons.” Evan Sveum, organizer of the recent, successful RainCon in Forks, joins Donna Barr of Clallam Bay Comicon, discussing how to hold a comicon or gaming convention in any rural town.
5 p.m.- Clallam Bay Comicon closes. Dealers put away tables and chairs and clean the Lion’s Club.