This Year’s Incredible Vendors Are…

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Abbots Hollow Studios
AngelSVisionS – KittyWorks
Art of HMSchilling
Artist AJ Moore
Asunder
Backwood Press
Big Purple Glasses
Blacky Cat Creations
Bob Somerhalder – Built Of Barnwood
Bombshell Cupcakes & Cookies
Bonkers for Beanies
Byrdhouse Art Designs
Capital Sports & Decor, LLC
Cat On The Moon Art
Chalk Twins
Chicago T-Shirt Co
Comiccity
cory smith art
Craft Encounters of the Nerd Kind
Creative Par-Tees
Deters Ink
Deviant Apple Illustrations
Diligent Visual (The Art of Rich Kunz)
Donovan Scherer
Dragonsong
Dragonsong forge
Eclipse
Eliza Stockfisch
Fan Fuel
Fangirl Frames
Fangirl Problems Inc.
Fantasy Costumes
Federation comics
Federation Comics
Flashback Fashion and Framing
Gadgets aNd Collectibles
GeeksterInk Legends
Genuine COA
Glowing Vista Gifts
Grreat Entertainment
Hallopino
Harp Twins
Heartland Blood Centers
JaCo Tartaruga
Jar of comics
Jay Hansen Art/design
Jeremiah Lambert Art
John Sloboda
Juniors
LAVE SOAP
Lost Alien
Lost in the Maille
Matt Shaw Publications
MAZ Collectibles
Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament
Meg Hafdahl and Gothic Gifts
Michael Calero Art
Monsters Among Us, Inc
mtctoys – best selection of pop culture tees at comic con
My Oddity
Mysterious & Reassuring’s Curiosity Emporium
Nate Michaels – Artist
Nightmare on Chicago Street 10.21.17
Nightmare Productions
Nocking Point Wines
Patrick Hart
Pegasus Publishing
PerfectShaker Inc
Plastic Empire
Pretty Spooky Handmade
Prince of Pieces
Ravenwing wearable art
Rob Hogan Creates
ROCK REBEL
RottenTail Industries
Rubberband Tech
S2 Creations
Scott Straka Art
Slapass Creations
Sparkle! Designs
Stitched from the Crypt
Stuff and Thangs
Stylinonline.com
Super Sox Shop
Supernatural replica car
Supernatural Specialties Bullet Casing Jewelry
Tag Graphics
TeeTurtle
Terror Threads
TG Comics 512
The Art of Hal Betzold
The Black and White Guy
The Chalk Girl
The Living Dead Museum
The Running Man
The Silver Necklace
Tony Santiago Art
Wild Bill’s Soda
Xenomorphic Press
Zombicatures by Stan Yan

FAQs

What CAN'T I sell as a vendor or artist?

Unless written approval is given by Heroes and Villains, vendors may not sell:

Weapons (including swords)
Food (unless it’s pre-packaged)
Beverage/Alcohol (including samples)
Vaping tools and accessories
Vacation/Time Share giveaways

How much do vendor booths & artist tables cost?

Vendor booths cost $500. Artist booths cost $200. See the FAQ below to learn what each price includes!

What does an artist table include?

  • 2 Artist Badges (up to 4 extra badges may be purchased for $40 per badge)
  • 10 by 10 space & a 6 FT table
  • 8 FT tall pipe & drape backdrop
  • Black table cloth
  • 2 chairs

What does a vendor booth include?

  • 4 vendor badges (up to 4 extra badges may be purchased for$40 per badge)
  • 10 by 10 space & a 6 FT table
  • 8 FT tall pipe & drape backdrop with 3 FT siding
  • Black table cloth
  • 2 chairs

Is wifi & electric included?

Electric is offered for an additional prices and varies per city.

Wifi is typically not included, but varies by city. You will receive an email about wifi availability about 2 weeks prior to the event.

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For general exhibitor questions please contact vendors@fanfest.com

*Heroes & Villains does not guarantee attendance or exhibitor sales. All dealers exhibit at their own financial risk.