Flickering Myth

Chicago’s Mainframe Comic Con going forward virtually with celebrity interviews and more all for charity

Convention cancellations are occurring all over the world thanks to the the ongoing public health crisis, but thankfully there is still some geeky goodness coming our way virtually with the Chicago-based Mainframe Comic Con. Sure to be one of the best ways to unwind and momentarily divert attention away from the world on fire, take a glance at what the staff has prepared online for April 25th-26th by way of the official statement below:

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MAINFRAME COMIC CON Brings Con Season Online

With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic scuttling most comic book conventions until at least May, Mainframe Comic Con is one of A new breed of virtual events aiming to fill in the gap and celebrate comic books and comic culture with a fully online convention.


CBS2 News Chicago

Mainframe Comic Con Goes Online, Will Raise Money For Red Cross

CHICAGO (CBS) — COVID-19 is putting the kabosh on many activities, but comic book fans can still geek out at a big convention that’s going online. Mainframe Comic Con is morphing into a telethon style charity event, bringing celebrities and comic book fans together, and it’s all online.


DC Comics News

Mainframe Comic Con Brings Convention Season Online With Virtual Con

In the new normal of Covid 19, comic fans are no stranger to having events get cancelled. Mainframe Comic Con may have found an answer to give fans a little reprieve by hosting an online con. It will have all the hallmarks of in-person conventions including cosplay, creators, celebrity guests, and more. Check out info below!


Nerd Alert News

Mainframe Comic Con: The Latest in Online Conventions

With the current global health crisis changing how everyone socializes, we have had to take to our homes and isolate, changing the way we access nerd related content and celebrate being a nerd.


Outright Geekery

Mainframe Comic Con Takes Conventions Online with a Stellar Guest List

We’re all living in interesting times, which means things are really bad. The comics industry is not immune to these times as we’ve seen new comics put on pause, comic shops having major business issues, and comic convention cancellations galore. But there’s a team of passionate geeks doing what they can to give you your convention fix, and that fix is coming in the form of Mainframe Comic Con.