We had a great time! Be sure to mark your calendar: ITHACON 46 will be held April 22-23, 2023!
COVID Information: Effective March 4, Ithaca College has removed the requirement that all visitors to campus must wear face coverings.
We will keep the information on this page up to date.
ITHACON is now organized and run by the students in the Ithaca College School of Business course MGMT 29800 ITHACON: Promoting and Managing Conventions. We believe this course to be unique in the US in that it allows the students to take full responsibility for an actual ongoing convention. Students assume the various roles in planning, promoting, and managing the convention, while those of us who have been involved for many years shift to mentoring roles.
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Want to see the 2022 posters?
- Click here to download the poster featuring AHOY! Comics' Dragonfly
- Click here to download the poster with blurbs
- Click here to download the BatScooby poster
What's different about ITHACON?
ITHACON began in 1976, and has been held every year since with the exception of 2020, when we had to cancel due to COVID. Over all those years, ITHACON has maintained a primary focus on comic books, not movies, TV, wrestling, or other parts of the entertainment industry, although we welcome those from related fandoms. ITHACON has continued to be run as a fan convention, by fans and for fans; nobody is compensated for their work on ITHACON. We treat comic book creators as guests; we never charge them for tables. The many guests we have each year means that the members can actually chat with the guests rather than wait in line for a brief photo op. Most comics creators began as fans themselves, and we have been very fortunate to have had the support of many prominent comic creators over the years who have waived their customary appearance fees to participate. If you want to experience a comic con as they were in the 1970's, come to ITHACON!
Yes, you should come in costume!
Last updated April 27, 2022