Salt Lake Tribune: Smaller, winter Salt Lake Comic Con FanX

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The Salt Lake Tribune shares some of the changes for Salt Lake Comic Con FanX 2015. Crowds and celebrity line ups are smaller this year by design. A winter event in Utah might have had fans worried, but so far this winter is the warmest on record.

Read the full article here.

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  1. Jared says:

    I have two critiques and a compliment on this. First I don’t feel the organizer’s did a good enough job of relaying that information to the fans. I had no idea that this Comic Con was going to be reduced and it feels to an extent like I was deceived. The other critique would be that because it’s reduced I’ve noticed there are far less panels that interest me. I attend the Con’s here almost exclusively for the writing panels and then go to a few celebrity panels. This time there are 2 maybe 3 panels that interest me and 2 of them are being held at the same time as some of your best celebrities. I wish that they would be more mindful of this. There are far more would be writers interested in YA writing than how to maintain your health levels as a writer. Put those kind of panels in the middle of the celebrity or make panels available to watch online after the Con.

    With that out of the way I have to say that with reduced celebrities the feel the selection is superior to past Cons that were twice the size. You did an excellent job of finding awesome guests. Thanks

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