Phoenix Comicon Adds Even More Geeky Stuff

phx comicon 16 iconThe Two Gay Geeks have barely caught our breath form all of the building excitement surrounding Phoenix Comicon 16.
Now, they have gone an added another group of guests that is sure to get everyone else excited. Have a look below:



Phoenix Comicon Brings Guests from All Around the Geek Universe!


With all of the media and comic book guests that have been announced so far, anime is just more icing on the cake!

Phoenix – Phoenix Comicon has been bringing the hits with media actors from such hit shows as Doctor Who and Arrow, as well as big comic book names such as Jae Lee and Brian Pulido. To continue the tradition of having something for everyone, they are also adding the line-up from hit web show ‘TeamFourStar’!

TeamFourStar is a group of voice actors, sound designers, musicians and entertainers based out of Texas. Most noted for the series Dragonball Z Abridged, TFS loves to make comedy and specifically parody. Their roster includes Ben “hbi2k” Creighton, Kirran “Lord Moonstone” Somerlade, Scott “KaiserNeko” Frerichs, and Nick “Lanipator” Landis!

Phoenix Comicon understands how important it is for pop culture conventions to have guests from a large number of geek genres. “It’s a well-known fact that big name television and motion picture guests will draw a crowd, but we also feel it is important to cover as much ground with our member’s interests as possible”, says Phoenix Comicon Guest Relations Director, Brandy Kuschel.

More recently announced guests:

  • Comic book inker for ‘Brigade’, Norm Rapmund
  • Comic artist known for his works with Marvel and DC Comics, John Beatty
  • Comic artist and writer of ‘This Damned Band’, Tony Parker
  • Star Wars Comic Illustrator, Joe Corroney
  • Comic illustrator of ‘The Astonishing Ant-Man‘, Brent Schoonover

Already the signature comic book event of the southwest, Phoenix Comicon 2016 will be one that every true believer will remember forever!

A Full Event badge is good for all four days of the convention, June 2-5, 2016. Pricing for the Full Event badge goes up the closer we get to the event. Quantities of Full Event badges are limited.

Full event passes are on sale for $60 until April 30th, with Sidekick badges (kids 3-12 years of age) available for only $5 through the event!

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