California Comic Convention - 2019
The California Comic Convention
is returning for its 13th year to the Yorba Linda Community Center in
Orange County, CA on Sunday, January 27, 2019. This is a one-day event with a
focus on vintage comics and comic book art. Dozens of dealers from across the
U.S. will offer a large selection of items sought-after by collectors and
Our scheduled guest artists Ron Wilson and also Mike Vosburg may sketch and will sign during the show.
CGC will be
available to take attendees’ submissions and to witness the original
signatures of our guest artists.
In addition, we will raffle dozens of valuable items throughout
the day including CGC graded comics, original comic book pages,
guest artist sketches.
27, 2019 (Sunday)
a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Linda Community Center
4501 Casa Loma Ave.
Linda CA 92886
ticket purchases are available online at :
Ron Wilson -
Ron entered the comics industry in the early 1970s at Marvel Comics.
He worked on mostly worked on Marvel Two-in-One; while additionally
working on titles such as Black Goliath, Power Man, The Hulk! and Captain Britain.
In the 1980s, he worked on The Thing and plotted and drew "Super Boxers". He drew the run of Marvel's Masters of the Universe
and the Wolfpack limited series. He also worked on the Avengers, Captain America,
Deadly Hands of Kung Fu, Iron Man, and What If.
In 1990, Wilson illustrated Urth 4 for Continuity Comics and then returned
to Marvel. His work appeared regularly til 1994.
He also worked on DC Comics Milestone Media imprint providing character design work and
pencilled Icon as well as the DC universe mini-series Arion the Immortal.
As of 2012, Ron was preparing a new creator-owned project Battle Rappers.
- Mike Vosburg's comics career began in the 1960s,
when as a teenager he started Masquerader, a comic fanzine. He began working in
underground comics in the 1970s.
Later in the 1970s and 1980s, he contributed to
horror titles by Western Publishing and Charlton Comics.
He also did various work for DC Comics and Marvel Comics.
He is best known for Savage She-Hulk, Sisterhood
of Steel, and G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero.
He also worked on the Valiant Comics' titles Bloodshot
and Archer & Armstrong.
Later He illustrated comic book covers designed to look like
the original Tales from the Crypt comics for the TV series.
He has self-published Lori Lovecraft books,
He does a lot of storyboarding work for television and film.