The Panel



The Comic Book Club of Ithaca
PO Box 701, Ithaca, NY 14851
is proud to present

Saturday, April 24, 2021
10 am - 7 pm plus extended evening activities

Online only!

There will be no in-person ITHACON in Spring 2021.

Ithaca College has not resumed any activities for the general public.

Instead, ITHACON@Home is an online event on Saturday, April 24.

Yes, ITHACON is live!
How do I participate? The schedule and program descriptions are on the Schedule page. Each item in the schedule is a live link to the session (refresh your browser). Most sessions are Zoom webinars, with a few being Zoom meetings. You will need to install a Zoom client to participate fully.

Gamers: All gaming activities require advance registration. Check the Schedule page for information. Those who register will be sent a link to the gaming session. These will be on a variety of platforms.

Click here to register for our "no door" prize drawing for the 2021 ITHACON@Home virtual convention! Prizes include Monster Force Zero DVDs, comics and graphic novels, and a deluxe hardcover edition of guest and Ithaca College alum Shelly Bond's Femme Magnifique signed by 30+ of the creators! Following the event on Saturday April 24, 2021 we'll randomly choose participants; the winners will be contacted and receive prizes by mail.

If you would like to be informed as to the schedule, please join the ITHACON Google group by going to https://groups.google.com/group/ithacon/subscribe. No pestering and no spam!

You can also follow ITHACON on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ithacon, on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/ithaconny/, and on Twitter at https://twitter.com/ithaconny.

Facebookers: Please don't start new Ithacon event pages! We welcome your posts to the main Ithacon page!

The next in-person ITHACON is now planned for April 2022, and we trust that you will join us then for another great comic convention in the tradition of ITHACON!

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A brief history of Ithacon
The Comic Book Club of Ithaca, the longest-running comic book club in the country, grew out of a middle-school comic book club, and was formally established as a community organization in 1975. The first Ithacon took place in 1976, and featured 2 guests. The show has grown considerably since then, but the goal has always been to run a convention that is fun for fans, guests, and vendors alike. The convention has had several homes: GIAC, the Ramada Inn (now Hotel Ithaca), the Masonic Temple, the Boynton Middle School, the Women's Community Building, and the former Race Office Supplies storefront. The partnership with Ithaca College began in 2014, with Ithacon 39. Through the years we have continued to be a fan event, run by fans and for fans, with nobody receiving compensation for their efforts in organizing the convention. We have maintained a focus on comic books and providing a way for fan creators to showcase their works while allowing all of us to meet some of the most famous comics creators.

Last updated April 23, 2021