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Rogue II
09-26-2002, 04:44 PM
I received an e-mail today from Beckett.com about this:



Maybe you've seen the ads, or heard the buzz...
perhaps you know someone who went last year.
It's true, all true.

The Baltimore Comic-Con is now just a few weeks away.

The guest list is awesome, the dealers are awesome
and it's just plain fun every year.
The info is below, the sweet suites at the Marriott are almost gone.

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GUESTS: AMANO, TURNER, TUCCI ADDED!
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We're thrilled to announce that Jeff Amano
(creator of Gene Fusion and cover artist of Yu-Gi-Oh, DBZ, and Pokemon),
Billy Tucci (Shi) and Michael Turner (Fathom)
will be taking part in this year's show.
This makes one of the best guest lists of the year even better!

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IMPORTANT: HOTEL UPDATE!!!
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Our deadline for discount hotel rates at two
of the BEST locations is coming up fast.
The two Marriott hotels are just down the harbor
from the convention center and offer the best views
of the Harbor. These are the IDEAL hotels for first-time Baltimore
visitors and are a short 10-minute walk to the convention center.
They also border Little Italy, and the water taxi
practically pulls up to the front door.

Follow the links below to reserve a space now!

Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel
Downtown Inner Harbor Courtyard by Marriott

Be sure to reserve Friday and Saturday night to take advantage
of the city! Reserve your space now, as we're competing with
the nearby Baltimore Ravens game on Sunday.

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PROGRAM ADVERTISING DEADLINES:
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The deadlines for advertising in this years program are coming up quick.
These programs will be provided to the first 7,000 attendees
and George Perez has provided an AMAZING original cover.
Contact Steve Conley at steve@steveconley.com for rates and to reserve your space now.

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SHOW HOURS:
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The show hours will be 10am-6pm, Saturday and 10am-5pm, Sunday.
Be sure to remember the time change
on Sunday will give everyone an extra hour of sleep!

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For more information, visit:
http://www.comicon.com/baltimore/

rynobot
09-30-2002, 02:46 AM
what's all going on down there? I'm 90 mins away so if there is something interesting to my liking maybe?