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Don’t Let Lilac City Comicon 2019 End

It’s been about a month since Lilac City Comicon 2019. The end of a good comic convention is always bittersweet. A lot of memories were made and laughter was plentiful, but real life has to catch up with con-goers at some point. Fortunately, you don’t have to totally let go of Lilac City Comicon 2019. If you’ve already read all the books and comics you bought and you’ve already put up all the posters and prints, here are some tips to keeping that comicon feeling alive.

If you met an artist, writer, or crafter whose work you loved, you can help keep them motivated by following them on social media, sharing their work with your friends, and when you’re able to buying something from them. Some artists and writers, like us, have a Patreon account that you can support at small levels. (We’d love to have you join our Patreon Penguinators at any level, and you’ll get one Patreon-only creativity post a month and one penguin of the month photo.)

Of course, you’re probably already following Lilac City Comicon’s social media pages. If not, be sure to put your voice out there to tell people how much you loved LCCC 2019. Be sure to follow the stars that did show up for Lilac City Comicon and tell them how glad you were to see them at the convention in Spokane.

Books can transport you to places you never even knew existed. Check out the books from the authors at Lilac City Comicon, including Brian C. Baer, D. Alexander and me! Review those books on Amazon and tell people how much you enjoyed reading their work. More motivation is good for any writer.

Do you need some cosplay inspiration? Order one of our cosplaying penguins to help you find your inner costume. Then get to work on your own costume for the next comicon.

Get ready for Lake City Comicon! From the organizers of Lilac City Comicon, Lake City Comicon in Coeur d’Alene isn’t too far from Spokane. If you can get there and make it a bigger comicon, Lilac City may be able to grow, too. Organizing two cons gives both of the conventions more bargaining power to bring in bigger stars in both the movie and comic world. And since you already love Lilac City Comicon, you know that Lake City will just as good if not better!

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