Comic Book Culture Is On The Rise In Connecticut – An Interview With Mitch Hallock (VIDEO)

By Shawn Perry

ab5db3fb5a1f2a6a41dbf59cca95d051With another record-breaking Connecticut Comiconn in the books the self-proclaimed 'Johnny Appleseed of Comics Books in Connecticut' Mitch Hallock recently announced that he will be producing the first-annual TerrifCon next August at Mohegan Sun. As discussed in the video below, and in past coverage on this site, Hallock is one of the biggest supporters of geek culture in the state of Connecticut and has been for some time…

In addition to producing great events himself, Hallock supports the comic book community all year long by supporting local shops and businesses as well as appearing at regional events like Connecticonn and Hartford Comic-Con. On that note, the second-annual HCC is going to be held this Saturday and Sunday at the XL Center and if last year's success was any indication this is an event not to be missed!

22cceb429a0cef617cc639a689c31c31But without further adieu, here is my interview with Hallock where he discusses the evolution of Connecticut Comiconn, the origin of TerrifiCon and the rising state of Geek Culture in Connecticut.

How Bout Dem Apples, Bleeders!

Shawn Perry is a proud geek from East Hartford, CT who is striving to be here now. You can tweet him @thesperry or send him email after email about anything at Shawn.Perry88@gmail.com.

About Hannah Means Shannon

Editor-in-Chief at Bleeding Cool. Independent comics scholar and former English Professor. Writing books on magic in the works of Alan Moore and the early works of Neil Gaiman.

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