Friday, November 8- Convention hours: 3:00 PM to
Saturday, November 9- Convention hours: 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Sunday, November 10-Convention hours: 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Schedule coming soon:
ComiCon-way is sponsored and hosted by the Faulkner County Library. Our convention has teamed up with great partners, The BatCave, Mike Curtis, Arkansas Geek Central, GamePoint, Table Play, Imagine, Kapow! Comics, Z82 Retrocade and Cameron Wiley. Thanks to them, we are able to host one of the best conventions in Arkansas.
The Faulkner County Library is a library that takes pride in service. It is our goal to offer our patrons opportunities through literacy and education that will encourage the use of imagination, creativity and intellectual freedom.
The Batcave was opened up by local comic-book lover, James Kellar, The Bat Cave has been a fun, eclectic hang out for Conway’s nerds, geeks, collectors, and gamers for the past few years. Originally located on Salem Street for about fourteen months, The Cave was moved to a more spacious location downtown in September of 2010. With ambitious plans to become the premier hub for gamers and collectors of all kinds in Conway and Arkansas, this gem of a store is one to keep your eye on.
Mike Curtis lives in Greenbrier, AR and is the writer of Dick Tracy for Tribune Media Services. Mike also holds one of the largest Superman collections in the Nation. Mike and his wife Carole are two of the Library’s biggest advocates.
Arkansas Geek Central ran by Tony Bates, is your source for geek groups and news in Arkansas. This website was setup due to the lack of a central repository for geeky news, groups & events going on in Arkansas.
GamePoint is a locally owned gaming store who’s philosophy is to treat their fellow gamers the way they would like to be treated. GamePoint started out as the underdog but began establishing a reputation and gained a foothold. GamePoint has since become notorious for giving customers more for their trades while consistently selling games for less.
Cameron Wiley is a local manager who has lived in Conway for 13 years. He is married to his wife Jessica and has one daughter , Katalyn. Cameron has been one of those comic book fans you would call a “lifer”. He has been collecting, watching and dissecting things of a comic book nature for 25 years. He has met many comic book creators such as David Mack, Greg Horn, Steve McNiven, Tommy Castillo, Peter David, George Perez, Neal Adams, the late Michael Turner, Jeph Loeb, Bryan Hitch, Adam Kubert, John Romita Jr. and Stan Lee.