FAQ

If your question is not addressed here, please email us at info@dmcomics.com and we’ll do our best to respond to your question within 24 hours. Follow this link for RULES & POLICES.

Do I need a badge to attend MASSive Comic Con?

Yes, you will need a badge to attend MASSive Comic Con.

How do I become a vendor or artist at this year’s MASSive Comic Con?

We have tables available for both. Visit the ARTIST page or the VENDORS page for details and to apply.

What are your show hours?

Saturday Exhibit Hall hours are from 10am to 6pm

Sunday Exhibit Hall hours are from 10am to 5pm.

There will also be a few after hours events taking place to keep your convention experience going after the show floor is closed!

How much are badges?

Tickets are now on sale: TICKETS

Do I need to pay to get a photo or autograph from the celebrity guests?

Yes. Prices for both will be announced soon.

Is there anything I can’t cosplay as?

Like most conventions, we do have a costume and prop policy in effect. They are as follows:

  • Offensive and/or overly revealing attire is prohibited. If you’re asked to cover up by staff or security, please comply immediately or risk ejection from the convention.
  • No real weapons or functioning projectile weapons – including guns, crossbows, swords, ninja stars, water pistols, silly-string guns, etc.
  • All fake and prop guns must have an orange tip, whether glued plastic or painted.
  • Metal weapons and objects that are deemed harmful towards attendees (sharp weapons and props) are prohibited.
  • No explosives or flash pots
  • Weapons must be easily distinguishable from real weapons.

Our security and staff reserve to right to refuse any weapon or costume accessory/prop into the show at any time. Additionally, weapons will be zip tied to show that staff has checked them to deem them safe!

Do you have an anti-harassment policy?

Again, like other conventions, we have implemented an anti-harassment policy to keep our convention attendees and guests safe. We will not tolerate any inappropriate behavior of any kind, including but not limited to: harassment about attire, age, disability, marital status, race or color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity. This also includes inappropriate behavior towards any type of cosplay or costumer in any way.

Threatening behavior with the intent to harass, annoy, alarm, abuse, torment, or embarrass another is absolutely unacceptable and is grounds for removal from the event without refund. If unacceptable behavior continues upon being escorted from the show floor, local authorities on site may be asked to pursue criminal charges.

Anyone who sees or feels that their convention experience is being compromised due to unacceptable or questionable behavior of others, they are encouraged to speak with any staff member, volunteer, or security immediately without concerns for their personal safety or repercussions.

Do you have big-name guests at MASSive Comic Con?

See for yourself, in 2015 our guest list included entertainment and comic book industry guests:
Entertainment:
Sean Astin (The Goonies), Aaron Ashmore (Killjoys), Dante Basco (Hook), Dirk Benedict (The A-Team), Richard Hatch (Battlestar Galactica), Erin Cahill (Power Rangers Time Force), Johanna Cassidy (Blade Runner), Jim Cummings (Darkwing Duck), Jason Faunt (Power Rangers Time Force), Mark Goddard (Lost in Space), Jess Harnell (Animaniacs), Rob Paulson (Animaniacs), Tami Stronach (The Neverending Story)
Comic Book:
Agnes Garbowska, Ken Lashley, Tom Raney, Charles Paul Wilson III, Nate Bellgarde, Jim Calafiore, Zach Howard, Shelli Proline, Braden Lamb, Mike Raicht, JK Woodward, Keith Champagne, Tom Nguyen, Ransom Getty

How do I volunteer for this year’s MASSive Comic Con?

Swing over to our volunteer page: VOLUNTEER to apply to be one of our RED SHIRTS!