JUNE 26, 2022 GUESTS:
Artist, cosplayer, and adorkable badass.
Based in Vancouver
BC, Canada, Katy DeCobray’s origins are shrouded in mystery and
rumour. She first appeared at San Diego Comic Con in 2009 and has
been entertaining fans at conventions across the West coast ever
Katy DeCobray is a master of intrigue and disguise,
creating costumes that draw from a variety of sources from comic
books to anime and video games, although she has a particular
penchant for personating villains in tight black spandex and
impossibly high heels.
You will most likely find her in the
center of attention, nerding up your selfies, and cursing her poor
choices in footwear.
You can contact her via email and the
following social media accounts:
James Lloyd is a Vancouver cartoonist best known as the regular
artist on the Futurama Comics title, for which he provided pencils
from the beginning of its run until its final issue in 2018.
He has since worked on comic projects for First Second
books and Boom! Comics.
He has worked in
Vancouver’s animation industry since the mid-90’s, returning
recently on the revamped Rocky & Bullwinkle and
Carmen San Diego series, and as background
supervisor on an as yet undisclosed title which will appear on
Family Channel soon.
James has also been involved with
Langara College’s Graphic Novel and Comix program
as an instructor since 2017, and has held presentations, workshops
and mentorship programs throughout his twenty years plus of
drawing professionally. He hopes you like comics as much as he
Michael Kluckner is the artist/author of many illustrated books
including 4 graphic novels, the latest being The Rooming House,
which follows a group of drifting 20-somethings in Kitsilano in
the 1970s. "Toshiko," his first graphic novel about the
Japanese-Canadian experience in the Second World War, is now in an
expanded second edition. He shows his formal paintings at a
Granville Street gallery.
See his work on his website:
Andy Cowan is a self professed pretty old nerd (he remembers
William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton as Doctor Who, and not as
reruns!) and has been a fan of sci-fi since he was a kid. Andy
would watch and read just about anything to do with sci-fi, and
passed it on to his kids, especially the youngest. She really got
into anime and was always drawing, first on paper and then on her
computer. Probably linked to Andy’s fascination with sci-fi is a
love of gadgets, which led to Andy creating line images on his
daughter’s drawing tablet. Andy then turned the images into
something more substantial - eventually leading him to create pop
culture acrylic “hologram” lights and wooden panels as shown!
Miguel Molina is an illustrator/designer residing in Vancouver,
BC. His unique illustrative line art style brings a new dimension
to comic art. He looks to distill characters down to their inner
most important qualities in the elegance of his work. Each piece
is unique upon its own, be it either a hand-pulled limited edition
silkscreen poster or his small batch stained glass pins. Each
design he creates is a unique piece of art for any avid collector.
MULTIPLE GIANT-$IZE DOOR PRIZE$!
TRADERS TO MATCH GIFT CARDS $ FOR $!
Four x $50 and $100 gift cards for use
anywhere at the Show (2 of each denomination) to be Mystery Bag
drawn during the Pre-show Line-up! Plus Multiple Gift Cards for
use anywhere at the Show to be randomly handed out at the door!
Toy Traders will also be matching Toy Trader Bucks in the
Mystery Bag draw $ for $ on the $50 & $100 cards (2 of each
denomination) to be used for any merchandise on their Tables or
at their Store!
GREATER VANCOUVER FOOD BANK
$$$ FUNDING DRIVE!
A message to all Vancouver Comic & Toy
PLEASE NOTE: The Greater Vancouver Food
Bank does not accept Food Donations anymore due to Unhealthy Food
Donations (non-nutritive food donated a lot of the time) / Better
Buying Power ($$ go 2:1 further) & Labour Intensive Logistics (30%
of food received is spoiled.)
If you would like to donate $
to this very important charity they will be located in the Front
Let’s all Give A Little Bit together to those in
THE FORUM CAFE WILL BE OPEN AT THE SHOW!
Forum Café offers a variety of
deli style entrees, snacks and beverages.
FOOD TRUCK FEATURED AT THE SHOW!
The following Tin Lizzy food truck will
be featured at the show:
MELT TOWN GRILLED CHEESE
High End Comfort food with a twist – Grilled Cheese
has been a North American stable comfort food since everyone was a
kid, and how can you go wrong with a good old fashioned grilled
To take this comfort stable food and make it wow,
they have fresh baked 3/4 inch Texas style toast made fresh daily.
Their signature 4 cheese blend is custom mixed to provide the best
flavor profile while producing the stringy and gooey texture that
everyone craves in a Grilled Cheese. The sandwich is a perfect mix
of flavored butter, grilled to perfection to create that crunch of
a sandwich and stringy melt of the fatty cheese that leaves the
taste buds in your mouth craving more.
Melt Town Grilled
Cheese Food truck also pairs some interesting combinations of
product to also kick up your classic grilled cheese a notch. They
have done things like Pulled Pork Grilled Cheese, Taco Beef
Grilled Cheese, Philly Cheese Steak Grilled Cheese, Sweet Chilli
and Chicken grilled Cheese, & Mexican Grilled Cheese.
food truck does Poutine as well and is a perfect match for any