A Day to Revel in Comics and the Culture Surrounding Them
Saturday, May 2, 2020
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Puyallup Public Library
324 S. Meridian
This year, PuliCon will take place in May to coincide with Free Comic Book Day and to serve as a sneak preview of our annual summer reading program, which will use the theme “Imagine Your Story”. There will be an emphasis on fantasy, folklore, and mythology-related topics.
Vendors wishing to participate in PuliCon should apply as early as possible. The PuliCon Planning Committee will do the initial review of vendor applications on February 4, 2020.Vendors will receive notification of approval or denial within five business days of this review. Applications received after February 4, 2020 will receive notification of approval or denial within ten business days of receipt of your application.
The deadline to apply for PuliCon’s Artist Alley is March 17, 2020. However, the Puyallup Public Library reserves the right to close applications at an earlier date should all available spaces become full. If you wish to apply for vendor space, please review and complete the application and be sure to read the guidelines to become familiar with the set-up options for the event. You must also read and sign the license agreement. Both documents should be sent to:
PuliCon Planning Committee
Puyallup Public Library
324 South Meridian, Puyallup, WA 98371
Phone: 253.841.5562 / Fax: 253.841.5483
PuliCon Artist Alley
The vendors listed below participated in PuliCon 2019. In late February 2020, we will update this list to reflect the new line-up of vendors. We hope to see you return for 2020!
I feature art prints and illustrated tote bags.
Art by Danie
Pacific NW-based artist inspired by all things nature & fantasy. Animals, creatures and creepies with dark fantasy twists offered as art prints, stickers, small accessories, & stationary.
Chris creates stickers, magnets and gaming graphics.
Curious fantasy and science fiction books for eclectic minds.
DefCon One Publishing
Mad Scientist Journal, themed anthologies, and superhero novels and short story collections.
Morbid Heart Designs
Morbid Heart Designs makes geeky and cutesy horror-themed art on prints, stickers, and hand-painted magnets.
Riley's Rainbow Slime
We sell plush dolls, homemade chocolate bark, and also do face painting.
T.M. Franklin writes stories of adventure, romance, and a little magic. Her books are about ordinary people with extraordinary abilities who must protect those around them. She also writes sweet romance under the pen name Tami Franklin.
Dena Neal creates anime-inspired work to accent your home.
Violet Phoenix Designs
Handmade clothes and costumes for fans and geeks, using high quality fabrics that last!
PuliCon Photography page to view the images after the event.