Buzz from the Block
MAY 23 2017
Jeff Shultz is coming to NJCE!

Jeff has been with Archie Comics for the past 19 years and is with Sitcomics illustrating Super Suckers. He also drew the Tom and Jerry newspaper strip for two years and has illustrated stories for Boom Studios Peanuts comic.

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MAY 15 2017
Greg Land at New Jersey Comic Expo this November!

Greg has been a professional illustrator for thirty-two years. The past twenty as a comic book artist. Greg is a Terre Haute native and before graduating from Indiana State University with a BFA degree, he started his professional career in the screen print industry. After ten years of garment print designs, his lifelong dream to draw comics became a reality with a project called "Storm Quest" from Sky Comics. This led to work for DC Comics that included titles such as "Night Wing and Birds of Prey."

Shortly after, Greg and his family, wife Trish and daughter Shelbi, moved to Florida where Greg began work with a new comic company called CrossGen Comics. There, Greg co-created their top selling book called "Sojourn" with writer Ron Marz.

Currently Greg is under contract with Marvel Comics. Some past projects that Greg has worked on for Marvel include "The Uncanny X-Men, Iron Man, Mighty Avengers and The Ultimate Fantastic Four" along with many exclusive covers for several other titles. Greg's latest projects include illustrating the all new edition of The Uncanny X-Men, Monsters Unleashed and Weapon X.

Over the years Greg has drawn several projects for other media as well such as ESPN, ESPN the Magazine, the US Post Office-for a Marvel characters stamp project, and Wizard Magazine.

Greg enjoys his work immensely and considers himself very fortunate to have a job that he really loves.

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MAY 15 2017
Erica Schultz is joining us at NJCE17!

Erica Schultz is an American comic book writer, letterer, and editor best known for her work on the Charmed and Swords of Sorrow comic series with Gail Simone for Dynamite Entertainment, as well as her self published creator-owned crime series, M3 with Vicente Alcázar.

In 2012, Schultz and Alcázar won the Best Comic Book award at the Burbank International Film Festival for M3. Schultz scripted Marvel's original graphic novel, Revenge: The Secret Origin of Emily Thorne and served as a founding co-editor on RISE: Comics Against Bullying published by Northwest Press, contributing a story of her own titled "Brothers In Arms." She was also one of the writers chosen for DC Comics' Talent Development Workshop pilot program in 2016.

More about Erica!

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MAY 9 2017
Renee Witterstaetter is joining us to NJCE!

Writer, editor, and color-artist Renee Witterstaetter is the author of "Nick Cardy: The Artist at War," "Excess: The Art of Michael Golden," "Tex: The Art of Mark Texeira," the children's book "Kerry and the Scary Things," "Dying for Action: The Life and Films of Jackie Chan," and "Nick Cardy: Wit-Lash" among many others. Renee began the comic phase of her career working on such titles as "Guardians of the Galaxy," "Superman," "Silver Surfer," "Conan The Barbarian," "The Punisher" special projects, and "Conan Saga," then going on to spearhead the reintroduction of "She-Hulk," at Marvel as well, as part of that legendary run. She then moved to Topps Comics where she was the editor on "X-Files," "Jurassic Park," "Xena" and "Hercules" and is the co-creator--with Jackie Chan and artist Michael Golden-- of the successful series, "Spartan X" which will be made into a trade paperback featuring new material. She is also the colorist on hundreds of comics from "The Avengers" to "Spider-man" to "Captain America" to "Jurassic Park," among many, many others. "I must have colored a thousand pages of comic books," she says. Film work was a natural progression for Renee after this storytelling immersion in comics, and she has since worked on dozens of music videos for Madonna, Seal, Ben Harper and Usher, as well as the feature movies "Rush Hour Two," "Red Dragon ," "To ease the lose," and "Swimming With The Virgin," among others. In addition to on-going film work, she is the President of Little Eva Ink Publishing and Eva Ink Artist Group, which represents artists and writers in comics, storyboards, fine art painting and more . Renee is also one of the producers of the "Creator Chronicles" DVD series with Woodcrest Productions, featuring interviews with major industry creators such as George Perez, Bill Sienkiewicz, Michael Golden, Joe Jusko, Matt Wagner, Joe Sinnott and many more. Current projects also include new books "Michael Golden, Dangerous Curves," "Santa Confidential" with Hagar the Horrible artist Chris Browne, "Mark Texeira: Tempest," "James O'Barr: Uncoffined," and the soon to be released "James O'Barr: Tears in the Rain." Renee will be available to autograph the thousands of comics she has worked on in her career, film DVD's and her newest books available at all the shows. In her not so abundant free time, she lectures on storytelling, most recently in China and Russia, fishes, dances, travels and is also curating several major art exhibits featuring U.S. and European talent.

For more information on Renee Witterstaetter and her projects, contact:, or Eva Ink on Facebook.

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MAY 4 2017
May the 4th Be With You! Happy Star Wars Day from NJCE!

USE DISCOUNT CODE : MAYTHE4TH to receive $4.00 off any ticket.
Code Expires May 4th, 2017 at 4:00PM!

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NOV 21 2016
Thanks for coming to the show! We'll see you next year!!
NJCE 2016 is over and we can't wait for 2017 now! We want to thank everybody for coming to the show and making this New Jersey Comic Expo one to really remember and we hope you'll join up next year.

We've been loading
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Again, thanks to everybody that attended for really having a great time with us this past weekend!!

NOV 21 2016
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NOV 18 2016
Neal Adams Unveils Decades-Old, Never-Before-Seen Marvel KISS Art
While this is an exciting find for both KISS and comics fans alike, no one is more pleased than KISS co-founder Gene Simmons himself, who is also a longtime devoted comics and Neal Adams fan. "Neal Adams' art, was on a level most of the other guys could only dream of," Simmons professed in a statement to CBR. "From Magnus Robot Fighter, to Green Arrow and the X-Men. Now, a newly discovered, and previously unknown (to me) great piece of art by Neal Adams depicting KISS."

The image appears to have been designed as a wraparound cover, with the words "Destroy KISS" serving as a possible title for the undeveloped special. Adams' image shows a wizard-like character looming large over the band as they perform in concert, but the context behind the drawing might never be known. "My mind reels at the missed opportunities of having Neal pencil and ink KISS comics," Simmons added. "One can only dream." Adams is currently in possession of the art, which is reportedly available for sale.

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NOV 17 2016
NJCE 2016 Guest Spotlight - Neal Adams
Neal Adams is known for helping to create some of the definitive modern imagery of the DC Comics characters Superman, Batman, and Green Arrow; as the co-founder of the graphic design studio Continuity Associates; and as a creators-rights advocate who helped secure a pension and recognition for Superman creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. Adams was inducted into the Eisner Award's Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame in 1998, and the Harvey Awards' Jack Kirby Hall of Fame in 1999.

Tickets can be purchased by clicking here.

NOV 17 2016
NJCE 2016 Spotlight - Bodnar's Auction Sales
Auctioneer's Note: This sale will feature the Estate Collection of William Kazar. For the past 60 years Bill was a collector of Superman collectibles spanning all the 20th century! His collection was one of the most sought after for many years! He claimed he was the real Superman always wearing is "S" to remind everyone of his passion. His collection has many original Superman collectibles and toys from the 1940's & 50's. His collection has a prototype of Marx rings that was given to each of the Superman actors over the course of the 1950's-1980's. His collection has many Golden Age comics, Art, 1940's and 50's toys in original packaging, books, statues, and anything that has a "S" on it. We are honored to bring his collection to market at the New Jersey Comic Expo. Bill worked at our auction for the past 10 years and his collection will be talked about for the next 10 years! Come buy a piece of his legacy and let the "S" stand out in you!

Tickets can be purchased by clicking here.
NOV 17 2016
NJCE 2016 Spotlight - CGC
Founded in 2000, CGC Comics is the first independent, impartial, third-party comic book grading service. A proven and respected commitment to integrity, accuracy, consistency and impartiality has made CGC the leader in its field. In fact, in 2007, CGC crossed the million-book mark and has now graded over 2 million comic books.

Because we value our relationship with collectors who share our passion for comics, the hobby's vibrant history and its exciting future, we offer membership in the CGC Collectors Society. Paid membership starts at $39 per year, and includes direct submission privileges, access to expert tools and resources like the Comics Registry, and dynamic interaction with fellow collectors.

To learn more about Certified Guaranty Company and its many offerings, including magazines, lobby cards and photos, visit

NOV 17 2016
NJCE 2016 Spotlight - Or So the Story Goes
"Or So the Story Goes" is an award winning horror web series created for a young adult audience that utilizes children and teens in not only the cast, but also the crew and soundtrack. Each season brings to life a classic children's tale with a dark, modern twist. #OSTSG

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NOV 17 2016
NJCE 2016 Spotlight - ThaGataNegrra: Tha TRUE ORIGINAL GATA
ThaGataNegrra is an alternative hip-hop artist in the form of a catgirl, and author of the upcoming graphic novel "GATA City". Dubbed "NJ's real-life Catwoman" by Indie Flava Magazine, the Newark native 's music-- from the album of the same name-- was colorfully described as "the... child of Hello Kitty and Eminem", "infectious", "honest", and "full-bottle, in-your-face chick-hop", and was included in the second and third seasons of the controversial, groundbreaking hit Hulu show "East Los High". GATA has been showcased as part of Vans Warped Tour for Project B-Girl and is a founding member of The Alliance for Alternative and Eclectic Hip-Hop (AAEHH).

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NOV 17 2016
NJCE 2016 Spotlight - Mark Poulton
Mark Poulton is the writer/co-creator of the A Cat Named Haiku children's book series. An A Cat Named Haiku animated series is currently in production with Arcana Studio. In the past, Mark has written Savage Hawkman for DC Comics, Avengelyne for Image Comics, and many more comic books.

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NOV 17 2016
NJCE 2016 Spotlight - Chad Sketch
Chad Sketch is a local artist who specializes in comic style art and portraits. Prints are available in a variety of traditional and digital media. Commissions are also available.

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NOV 17 2016
NJCE 2016 Spotlight - Infornuity Publishing, LLC
Infornuity Publishing, LLC is the publisher of Blind Prophet Comic Books and Graphic Novels. Blind Prophet is the story of a blind, autistic savant who undergoes an experimental procedure that gives him the ability to peer into the spiritual realm, where demons tempt and angels defend.

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Here is our New Jersey Comic Expo guest list! We'll be adding guests all the time so make sure you check back often and see if your favorite creator or media star will be coming to the New Jersey Comic Expo, November 18th & 19th, 2017.
New Jersey Comic Expo boasts a wide range of exhibitors which includes comic book publishers, small press publishers, video game companies, modern comic book retailers, gold & silver age retailers, toy retailers, manga & anime retailers and much more. We will be adding exhibitors often so be sure to check back.

Our exhibitor floor is now accepting registration forms for 2017!
Artist Alley is the heart of New Jersey Comic Expo and we know it's why so many people come to comic cons. We are proud to have one of the largest Artist Alleys not only in New Jersey, but the entire U.S. With big name talent, indy talent, web comics talent, pencilers, inkers, colorists, letters and even writers there is sure to be something for everyone to enjoy.

Artist Alley is now accepting registration forms for 2017!.
The New Jersey Comic Expo is a two-day event held November 18th & 19th at the New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center. Additional details about the event can be found on the FAQ page or by emailing Customer Service. We are always happy to answer any and all questions!

What is New Jersey Comic Expo?
New Jersey Comic Expo is an annual event held at the New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center each fall. It's a celebration of comic books and pop culture that showcases the exceptional works of talented writers, artists, illustrators and creators of all types of pop culture. At New Jersey Comic Expo you can find exhibitors promoting and selling all types of related products, as well as entertaining and educational programs, guest signings and meet & greet sessions with celebrities. For more specific information about the show, please check out the FAQ. New Jersey Comic Expo is a MAD Event Management, LLC production.

The New Jersey Comic Expo Team

Martha Donato
Executive Director

Jeremy Atkins
Public Relations Director

Kris Longo
Vice President, Sales

Carly Marsh
Event Coordinator

James Ross
Sales Manager

Kristen Simon
Programming Director

Arlene So
Creative Director

RuthAnn Thompson
Assistant Programming Coordinator

Caterina Toscano
Social Media Manager

MAD Event Management
If you are interested in exhibit space, retail booths or Artist Alley tables at New Jersey Comic Expo, please contact our sales team at

Exhibitor Registration Form
EXHIBITORS: Check back in Summer 2017
RETAILERS: Check back in Summer 2017
ARTISTS: Check back in Summer 2017
COSPLAY CORNER: Check back in Summer 2017
We have easy access to the show floor for move-in and move-out at the convention center. The New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center is a great facility to work with!

Are you interested in helping us promote New Jersey Comic Expo? We can offer you free tickets to the show to use for promotions. We can also offer reciprocal banner ads. Contact us to set it up.

Do you want to get involved with our shows? Promote your brand or product? Contact Kris Longo by clicking here.

Professional Registration
PROFESSIONALS: Professional Registration is now open.

Exhibitor Kit
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Internet Form
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Electrical Form
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Show Floor Map
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New Jersey Comic Expo - November 18th & 19th, 2017
Show Hours:
Saturday November 18th - 10:00am - 7:00pm (9:30am for Advanced Ticket Holders!)
Sunday November 19th - 10:30am - 5:00pm (10:00am for Advanced Ticket Holders!)

Panel Rooms

All panel rooms have limited capacity as set by the Edison Fire Marshal and subject to available seating. Although your NJCE badge is required for entry into all events, it doesn't guarantee you access to any programming session if it has reached its capacity, subject to the discretion of New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center and New Jersey Comic Expo staff members. We don't clear our programming rooms between sessions.


New Jersey Comic Expo believes in creating an environment where every attendee, exhibitor and staff member is treated with respect and dignity. Any act of bullying or harassment is not tolerated. If an attendee of any type is believed to be in violation of our rules, they will be asked to leave immediately without reimbursement of any kind. New Jersey Comic Expo employs professional security guards who enforce our rules and regulations, as do our staff members. Please report any serious incidents or concerns to a New Jersey Comic Expo Staff Member, as identified by their badge.


We have a strict policy of checking weapons to ensure that they are only props. The security guards at the entrance will check yours and place a band on it to show that it's been approved. The responsibility to get this weapons check performed is YOURS, so please don't sneak in without it. We reserve the right to deny access to anyone who presents a public safety or security issue in our sole discretion.

The following items are forbidden at NJCE:
  • All firearms (including air soft guns, BB guns, cap guns, paintball guns and pellet guns)
  • Replica firearms (including reproduction, fake or toy guns that can be confused for real firearms)
  • Projectile weapons (including blow guns, crossbows, long bows, slingshots and water guns)
  • Metal-bladed weapons (including axes, daggers, hatches, knives, kunai, shuriken, swords, sword canes and switch blades)
  • Explosives (including firecrackers and fireworks)
  • Mace and pepper spray
  • Blunt weapons (including brass knuckles, clubs and nunchaku)
  • Hard prop weapons (including props made of metal, fiberglass and glass)
We allow prop weapons if they are composed of foam or cardboard only. Prop firearms are allowed only if they cannot be mistaken for real weapons. The barrel of all prop firearms must be covered with brightly-colored caps. We allow prop bows if all arrows have soft tips.
New Jersey Comic Expo is pleased to offer credentialed, published industry professionals, and those in the related industries of film, television, animation, guilds, gaming, etc complimentary admission to NJCE.

Complimentary professional pass registration for New Jersey Comic Expo 2017 will be open until November 1, 2017. We welcome Professionals who register after the deadline, but please note we will charge a $20 fee. Once you've registered online, please remember to bring samples of your work and/or a business card to the show. We do not offer a guest option - badges are for professionals only.

When is the convention?
New Jersey Comic Expo is being held on Saturday, November 18th & Sunday November 19th, 2017. Show hours are: Saturday 10:00 am - 7:00 pm (9:30am for Advanced Ticket Holders!) | Sunday 10:30 am - 5:00 pm (10:00am for Advanced Ticket Holders!).

How much are tickets?
Prices for the show on site will be $45 for a Saturday only ticket; $40 for a Sunday only ticket and $60 for a weekend ticket. Children age 10 and under are admitted for free with an adult admission (limit of 2 per adult please). Senior citizen (65 & older), military, police & fire fighter discounts are available (use code MilitaryLawEnforcement or SeniorCitizen). Tickets are available at the door but will be priced higher.

I bought my ticket online or at a comic book shop, what time can I arrive to pick up my ticket?
Advance ticket sales will open at 8:00 am on Saturday, November 19 and 8:30 am on Sunday, November 20. Walk up tickets WILL NOT be available for sale until 10:00 am.

Can I buy tickets on-site?
Yes, you can buy tickets at your local comic book shop, on our website or at the door. Day-of ticket sales at the door will open at 10:00 am both days. Ticket pick-up & on-site sales are in the Lobby!

I am a Professional interested in attending the show. What do I need to do?
New Jersey Comic Expo is pleased to offer credentialed, published industry professionals, and those in the related industries of film, television, animation, guilds, gaming, etc. complimentary admission to the Expo.
We welcome Professionals who register after the deadline, but please note we will charge a $20 fee. Once you've registered online, please remember to bring samples of your work and/or a business card to the show. We do not offer a guest option - badges are for professionals only. Please click here for more information on how to apply.

Where do I pick up my badge? What about pre-registration?
There will be a clearly-marked booth in the Lobby of the Convention Center for walk-ins. Pre-registrants will take their barcode scan copies or use their smart phones at the Advance Ticket Registration Area. It's that easy!

Do I have to wear the badge at all times?
We please ask that you do wear the badge inside the hall at all times. This is a requirement.

I want to dress my dog up as my sidekick and bring him. Can I?
as adorable as that may be, no pets allowed, except for registered service animals.

Can I take pictures?
Generally, you can take photographs at New Jersey Comic Expo of the conventioneers and exhibits. However, please respect the privacy and ask before taking a picture of a celebrity, as some of them charge for their photo and autograph.

Where can I park and how do I get there?
There are parking lots located at the New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center and all around the area that are privately owned.

Where are the ATM machines?
Cash machines are located in the main lobby.

Where is Lost & Found located?
Lost & Found is located in the main lobby at the Registration Booth.

Do I have to pay extra to get autographs?
Some guests charge for their autographs, and some don't. Please ask first.

What is the policy on cell phone usage?
We ask that you please be courteous and take any phone calls you may have outside. There should be no cell phone usage while you are at panels, events or in programming rooms.

Is there a dress code or restrictions?
Feel free to come dressed as you like, however it is important to remember that costumes should keep in mind the safety of others. If you are planning on taking a prop, please remember that you will need to have it cleared and approved by security before entering the hall. For specific restrictions please look above in our Weapons/Props section under New Jersey Comic Expo Policies.

Is there wi-fi?
New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center does offer wi-fi service on the promenade level for a small fee. Launch your browser and you'll reach their homepage.

Who are the people who put on the New Jersey Comic Expo?
The NJCE team is comprised of people who celebrate what they love. They put in countless hours to create the best experience they can for fans, guests and exhibitors alike.

Buy Your New Jersey Comic Expo Tickets today!
New Jersey Comic Expo - November 18th & 19th, 2017!
Saturday hours: 10:00am-7:00pm (9:30am for Advanced Ticket Holders!)| Sunday hours: 10:30am-5:00pm (10:00am for Advanced Ticket Holders!)

We offer discounts to senior citizens (65 & older) and members of law enforcement and military - use promotional code MilitaryLaw or SeniorCitizen when you purchase your ticket below. You will be asked to show proof of status when you arrive at the event to pick up your tickets.

Long Beach Comic Con - September 2 & 3, 2017!
Saturday hours: 10:00am-7:00pm (9:30am for Advanced Ticket Holders!) | Sunday hours: 10:30am-5:00pm (10:00am for Advanced Ticket Holders!)
Click here for Long Beach Comic Con This September 17 & 18!

Long Beach Comic Expo - February 18 & 19, 2017!
Saturday hours: 10:00am-7:00pm (9:30am for Advanced Ticket Holders!) | Sunday hours: 10:30am-5:00pm (10:00am for Advanced Ticket Holders!)
Click here for Long Beach Comic Expo This February 18 & 19!
Check back here for updates to our guest list, artist alley, convention exclusives, programming updates and more!
Added May 4th
Renee Witterstaetter Guest
Renee Witterstaetter
Nick Cardy: The Artist at War, Excess: The Art of Michael Golden, Tex: The Art of Mark Texeira, the children's book Kerry and the Scary Things, Dying for Action: The Life & Films of Jackie Chan, Nick Cardy: Wit-Lash.
Added September 8th
Jeffery Shultz Guest
Jeffery Shultz
Archie Comics, The Peanuts, Tom and Jerry newspaper strip
Added October 29th
Bernie Bregman Guest
Bernie Bregman
Nerds Like Us, Co-Owner of Club Cosplay, Host of the NJCE Cosplay Contest.
Added October 28th
Greg  Land Guest
Greg Land
Artist - The Uncanny X-Men, Birds of Prey, Nightwing, Ultimate Fantastic Four, Ultimate Power
Added August 4th
Erica Schultz Guest
Erica Schultz
Writer - Swords of Sorrow: Black Sparrow & Lady Zorro Special, Swords of Sorrow: Masquerade & Kato, Rise, M3, Cheese: A Love Story



Show Floor
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Sheraton Edison

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125 Raritan Center Parkway
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Sheraton Edison Hotel
New Jersey Expo Center
97 Sunfield Ave, Edison NJ, 08837

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION,The New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center is situated in Edison, NJ, in the heart of one of the nation's fastest growing and most affluent geographic regions.

The New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center is located in the geographic heart of the Northeast, adjacent to the confluence of I-95 (The NJ Turnpike), I-287, The Garden State Parkway, and US Route 1,9, and 35. Just 15 minutes south of Newark Liberty Airport, 40 minutes south of Midtown Manhattan and 60 minutes from Northeast Philadelphia.

The New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center is convenient to all major transportation centers with public transportation available from New York City provided by AMTRAK to both New Brunswick and Islen/Metropark.

About New Jersey Comic Expo:
New Jersey Comic Expo is an annual event held at the New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center every fall. It's a celebration of comic books and pop culture that showcases the exceptional works of talented writers, artists, illustrators and creators of all types of pop culture. At New Jersey Comic Expo you'll find exhibitors promoting and selling all types of related products, as well as entertaining and educational programs, guest signings, and meet & greet sessions with celebrities. New Jersey Comic Expo is a production of MAD Event Management, LLC. Visit for additional information.

Press Pass Requests:
New Jersey Comic Expo welcomes all members of the press to this year's event. We are happy to provide approved reporters with a complimentary press badge.

The 2017 press creditials application process will open soon.

Please note:
  • Your press badge will grant you access to the show floor from 10am to 7pm, Saturday, November 18th and 10:00am to 5pm Sunday, November 19th and seating in panels, space permitting.
  • Your press badge does not allow you to skip lines.
Our priority is to provide a safe and inviting atmosphere for attendees, press, vendors and guests alike, so please conduct yourself professionally at all times and announce yourself as a press representative (naming your outlet) when approaching vendors, guests and attendees. Be courteous and ask permission before shooting pictures of vendors, attendees (including cosplayers), and guests (who may be charging for pictures). We want everyone to be happy, so your cooperation is a big part of that.

About MAD Event Management:
MAD Event Management is an all-purpose event planning facilitator whose principal owner has over 15 years of experience producing annual large-scale consumer conventions around the country, including Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, Chicago and Dallas. MAD's capabilities include: Site Selection, Exhibit Staffing, Marketing Plans, Vendor Selection, Floor Plan Development, On-Site Execution, Sponsor Exhibitor Sales, Travel Management, Contract Development, Setup & Disassembly and Contract Coordination. Visit for additional information.

Show Photos:
Details to come.
The following pictures are a random sampling taken by the NJCE staff.
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