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I first heard about Comic Con on the Big Bang Theory. (sitcom). I haven’t read that many comics in my life other than The Archies, Tintin, Asterix, Richie Rich, and a few others that I’m unable to remember right now.

But last night a member of the Chennai Readers WhatsApp Group was excited enough to share the news of Comic Con 2024 past midnight. She said, “It is a proper comicon with panelists and cosplayers!”

Another reader said “First time in Chennai. They had rolled out the volunteering forms as well, if anyone wants it, please let me know so that I can scroll through my saved posts on Instagram to locate it.”

So I’m sharing the link that was posted on the group featuring the exciting international guests and Indian guests.

Here’s the link – https://www.comicconindia.com/all-cities-main-page/chennai-comic-con?utm_source=Facebook/Insta&utm_medium=Ads&utm_campaign=CCC+2023+Facebook+Ads

Should I say, “Be there or be square?”

Pic credit – Unsplash

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I’m Aishwariya. I’m passionate about writing, reading, marketing communications, books, blogging, poetry and editing. I’ve donned several hats, such as freelance journalist, copywriter, blogger and editor.

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