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November 30 - December 2, 2012

Los Angeles, CA

BENT-CON
A Comic Convention… only Gayer



COSPLAY
Live Drawing at Bent-Con
Come to BENT-CON!

Come as a fan,                           
                 Come as an exhibitor,
Come as a filmmaker,                
                        Come as an artist,
Come as a writer…                    

just come to the event!

TOM OF FINLAND FOUNDATION
WILL BE THERE!
Books, Artwork and Gifts


And much, much more!

Check their website for the latest news on activities, events, and prizes. This is one full weekend!

What is BENT-CON?
BENT-CON is the convention that encourages, celebrates and appreciates LGBT and LGBT-friendly comic-book, scifi, fantasy and horror artists, writers, creators, publishers, directors, actors, and producers, that create media targeted directly to LGBT audiences or the larger realm of underground and mainstream pop-culture as a whole.

But it’s just easier to think of it like a Comic-Con, only gayer…

BENT-CON is committed to encouraging the vast talent and creativity within a queer and queer-friendly environment for those passionate about sharing their respective talents with YOU — the Fans — New and not-so-new to the work found at this convention.

This year’s BENT-CON is shaping up to be bigger and better than the last!

The weekend event will be filled with exhibitors, guests, panels, film-viewings and parties and attended by names you’ll recognize from various creative industries. All it needs is YOU!


BENT-CON
Fridayt 5:00 PM to Midnight
Saturday, 12 NOON - Midnight
Sunday, 12 NOON - 7:00
PM

VENUE:
Marriott Burbank
2500 Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA  Map


BENT-CON Website

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"My whole life long I have done nothing but interpret my dreams of ultimate masculinity, and draw them." From an interview with Patrick Sarfati published in Rebel — Tom of Finland