Do you like scary movies? Check out this awesome short film, from Bangor's Shane Grant Photography.

A weekend of pure GEEK fun is coming to the Bangor Mall, April 22nd-April 24th. Bangor Comic & Toy Con is back and to get you pumped up, local filmmaker, Shane Grant, put together an awesome parody video of the classic movie "Scream". It looks fantastic, and it will definitely wet your whistle for three jam packed days of activity.

Here are the events you can expect at Bangor Comic & Toy Con:

  • Pop Culture
  • Comics
  • Autographs
  • Gaming
  • Horror
  • Sci-Fi
  • Cosplay
  • Collectibles
  • Artists & Writers

There will 1,000 Swag Bags handed out too. loaded with goodies!

Don't miss appearances from some pretty impressive people & Many more!

  • Kane Hodder-Friday The 13th
  • R.A. Mihailoff-The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
  • Phillip Glasser-An American Tale, A Troll In Central Park
  • Kenny James-Super Mario Galaxy, Mario Party DS
  • Roger Jackson-Scream, The Powerpuff Girls
  • Jim Winburn-Halloween, Tron
  • Matt Lintz-The Walking Dead, Halloween
  • Sonny  Strait-Dragon Ball Z
  • Brandon McInnis-Blacak Butler, My Hero Academia
  • Trina Mishimura-Attack On Titan

On Friday night, there will be an after party for those who are 21+ at Seasons Downunder Club in Bangor, from 8pm-12am, and our friends at Maineiac Manor, will have an 80's Slasher themed Haunted House, at their Bangor Mall location.

This will be a weekend of fun that you won't soon forget, so be sure not to miss it!

For tickets, complete details and schedule information, go to the Bangor Comic & Toy Con website

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