DENVER COMIC CON and Literary Conference (DCC) is a three-day family friendly, pop culture fan convention featuring the best in comics along with popular sci-fi and fantasy tv shows, movies, Japanese animation, cosplay (fan-created costumes and costumed skits), toys, gaming, and panel presentations. DCC is a program of the Colorado-based nonprofitComic Book Classroom.
Denver Comic Con is a program of Comic Book Classroom, a Colorado-based nonprofit organization fighting for literacy and arts. This exciting 3-day pop culture event features collectables, gaming, cosplay, family fun, plus celebrities and artists from the worlds of film, television and of course… comic books. All proceeds benefit Comic Book Classroom’s educational endeavors.
COMIC BOOK CLASSROOM (also known as CBC) is a non-profit education program. One example of the CBC’s educational endeavors is a state standards-based curriculum based on teaching literacy and arts designed for children in grades 5-8. The modules in the curriculum offer students not only fun activities to do but also solid educational engagement.
Students in our program undergo a six-week instruction in reading, writing stories and eventually creating their own comics, which are then published in a class collection. CBC graduates are subsequently invited to participate in Denver Comic Con as guests to create sketches and/or sell their work.