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Megacon 2010 Announces Guests and On-Sale Dates

Official Press Release

The southeast's premier Comic Book, Science Fiction, Anime, multi-media event!!!

Comic book artists attending MegaCon for the first time: Olivier Coipel, Stephane Roux, Mike McKone, Justin Gray, Joe Benitez, Don Rosa, Nelson DeCastro, Alvin Lee, Mike Choi & Sonia Oback, Jim Calafiore and Graham Nolan

Many other comic book creators including: Joe Jusko, Marv Wolfman, Darwyn Cooke, Ethan Van Sciver, Adam Hughes, Frank Cho, Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, Jimmy Cheung, Dave Dorman, and many more...

Special Media Guests: Many Star Wars guests including - Ray Park (Saturday & Sunday only), Billy Dee Williams, Dave Barclay, Jeremy Bulloch, Maria de Aragon, Peter Mayhew, Star Trek - Nichelle Nichols, Levar Burton, Jonathan Frakes, Hercules - Kevin Sorbo, Back to the Future - Lea Thompson, Claudia Wells, Big Trouble in Little China - James Hong, Terminator 3 Rise of the Machines/Painkiller Jane - Kristanna Loken, Lexx - Ellen Dubin, Farscape - Virginia Hey, Battlestar Galactica - Richard Hatch, Ghost Hunters International - Rob Demarest, Voice Actors - Neil Kaplan, Sonny Strait, Chuck Huber, Darrel Guilbeau and Cherami Leigh

Two huge Costume Contests - Robot Battles and displays - Indie Film Festival- Lego Pit & Mattel Car Racing Track for the young and old - gaming events including LAN room - continuous anime viewing rooms - performances by Willies Wenches & Oklahoma Ghostbusters

After hour events include: Indie Film Festival, LARP, RPG, and Video gaming events - and the very popular Cyberia Dance on Saturday night

Tickets are available In Advance

Online until February 26th until midnight

By Phone (386-364-1826): until February 26th until 6 pm

By Mail (5757 74th Trace, Live Oak, FL 32060): Postmarked by February 25th

Ticket Prices:

$21.00 one-day pass(plus 6.5% tax) $49.00 three-day pass(plus 6.5% tax)

Ticket Prices at the door available all three days

$24.00 one-day pass $55.00 three-day pass

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