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Saturday, June 3rd: 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday, June 4th: 10:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Century II - Bob Brown Expo Hall (MAP)
225 W. Douglas Ave.
Wichita, KS. 67202

Interested in becoming a vendor or artist ... download the Contract and join the fun!

WichiCon at Riverfest is a comic book convention like no other. The event will be unique because it will attract patrons that are unfamiliar with the comic con experience as well as attracting those who are already involved with the hobby of collectibles. WichiCon provides a family friendly environment with activities, merchandise and fun for everyone.
Comic Books
Action Figures & Playsets
Sports Cards & Memorabilia
Charity Events

You must have a Wichita Riverfest Button to attend ... there are no other costs to get in.

Comic Con Special Edition

Kim Cotterell is the writer and artist of MR. RIGHT, a comic about a super hero who's not really so super. Kim lives in Derby and loves being a part of the Wichita comics scene. In addition to MR. RIGHT, he has also published BUDDY, a short children's story.

The convention special edition will be available at Mr. Cotterell's artist booth. Pick it up and remember to ask for his signature.

Guest - Gary Miller

Charity Event

The 501st Legion is an international fan-based organization dedicated to the construction and wearing of screen-accurate replicas of Imperial Stormtrooper armor, Sith Lords, Clone Troopers, bounty hunters, and other villains from the Star Wars universe.

The Rebel Legion is a Star Wars based costuming fan club. The Rebel Legion's members create and wear costumes of the hero characters from the Star Wars saga, which includes but is not limited to the films, comics, books, games, and television shows based on the Star Wars saga.


Media Sponsor

Guest - Leif Jonker

Guest - Leo Kiesling

Official WichiCon Emcee

Byron J. Love may be on his way to becoming known as a Wichita’s media polymath. At times he is a musician, fake news show host, visual artist, and Sweater Boy, but primarily Byron is a multimedia, video and film artist. He says, "there’s always been a part of my heart dedicated to comics and graphic novels. I used to read them in church because I knew my reverend father couldn’t give a sermon and yell at me a the same time."

No one from WichiCon, staff or promoters, will ever offer anything but praise and adoration toward other conventions. We truly appreciate all the hard work that goes into each and every one of them.
- Robert Esau-Rutherford (WichiCon Event Coordinator)