Announcements

Schedule and Floor Plan

Floor Plan

Red Ball Internet Centre

55 Russ Howard Drive
Moncton, NB
E1C 0L7

Friday May 15th 6pm to 9pm – VIP tickets holders only

6pm – doors open

8:30pm – Where Monster Dwell round table discussion with ECCE 2015 Special Guests

Saturday May 16th  10am to 5pm

9am – Doors open to VIP ticket holders

10am – Doors open to regular ticket holders

10:30am – Do it yourself comics with self-published creators Karibu (Danica Brine), Larry Higgins, David Coates, Andre Boulard, Alan + Helen Spinney, Andre Wilson, and Adam Atkinson

11:30am – Q&A with Nick Bradshaw, Ken Lashley, and Dave Ross

12 noon – Costume Contest Judging

1pm – Madman 3D Comic Cover Design with Eisner Nominee Christian LeBlanc

1:30pm – Costume Contest Masquerade on Where Monster’s Dwell stage

2pm – Q&A with Faith Erin Hicks and J. Torres

3pm – Cosplay (Costume Making) Panel

4pm – Q&A with Kathryn and Stuart Immonen

ECCE FEATURED GUEST ANNOUNCEMENT: Scott Hamilton

Scott Hamilton

Scott Hamilton is a caricature/portrait artist from Massachusetts. He specializes in drawing people as their favorite character. Over the past 22 years Scott has drawn thousands of convention goers.

ECCE FEATURED GUEST ANNOUNCEMENT: Josh Stafford

Josh Stafford

Josh is a co-owner of the historic Mayfair Theatre, one of the oldest running single screen movie theatres left on the planet. Before that, Josh graduated from a visual arts high school, and then film school. Josh wrote and directed a short film that screened at San Diego Comic Con, and co-directed / co-produced a roller derby documentary for CBC, amongst other projects.

ECCE FEATURED GUEST ANNOUNCEMENT: Richard Comely

Richard Comely

Richard Comely attributes Captain Canuck’s particular place in comics history to the fact that in 1975, his book was the only full-color self-published book distributed to the mass market. But of course, the character’s status as Canada’s premiere superhero didn’t hurt its legacy either. “Media and public attention has been tremendous for the series since it appeared in 1975,” Comely said. “’Canada Post’ put Captain Canuck on a stamp (1995), he appeared on the cover of ‘Time’ magazine (1997) and a number of other Canadian publications.

ECCE FEATURED GUEST ANNOUNCEMENT: Kumar Sivasubramanian

Kumar Sivasubramanian

Kumar Sivasubramanian is a former Frederictonian currently living in Melbourne, Australia. He moved to Japan in 1998 and did his first professional translation in 2002. He has since translated close to one hundred volumes of manga, art books, and more from Japanese-to-English for Dark Horse, Vertical, Fanfare, and other publishers.

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