ComicWow! to Debut at Baltimore Comic-Con

ComicWow!The Baltimore Comic-Con tells The Pulse…

Premiering at this year’s Baltimore Comic-Con is ComicWow! This brand new social media site has been created specifically for comic book collectors and enthusiasts. With direct links to industry experts, ComicWow! will provide its users with up-to-the-minute comic news and reviews. Additionally, ComicWow! will feature original content, such as weekly webisodes and exclusive interviews by ComicWow!’s John Qatsha (John Q) with comic artists, writers, and creators.

Signing up is simple and information will be available at the Baltimore Comic-Con exhibit booth. The process begins with creating your own profile page and then connecting with additional users to create your own personal network. With Facebook interfaces, ComicWow! allows its users to share links, videos, and photos with the click of a button. ComicWow! content is uncensored and allows users to sound off their opinions via their own posts, videos, and blogs.

“This is our hometown, so Baltimore Comic-Con is the perfect place to launch ComicWow!.  We are thankful to Marc Nathan and his staff for putting on such a great event,” says CEO & Founder Josh Geppi. “As comic lovers ourselves, we have put great thought into exactly the type of fan forum that the industry needs and wants.”

With over 3,000 fans on their Facebook page even prior to the official launch, ComicWow! is gaining momentum rapidly with industry professionals already offering their support.

“This was an idea years in the making but now is the perfect time for it to happen,” says co-founder Michael Kacala. “And we are really excited to be a Silver Sponsor for this year’s Harvey Awards.”
ComicWow!’s exhibit at Baltimore Comic Con will allow visitors the opportunity to sign up and be among the first to explore the site.

Launching later is year will be ComicWow! Marketplace where users can buy and sell items.

For more information visit ComicWow!’s booth #1909 at Baltimore Comic Con and Like their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ComicWow.

More here at:
www.baltimorecomiccon.com

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