It’s that time again, Houston’s very own and Texas’ largest entertainment & pop culture event Comicpalooza is back again for the 11th year.
This year’s headliner is the one and only Mother of Dragons herself, Emilia Clarke, and for the first time ever Comicpalooza will host the inaugural ESPN Collegiate Esports Championship.
If you never been to an event like this one, Comicpalooza will hold such event at George R. Brown Convention Center where they take over all three floors of the center.
The 1st floor is the main floor where all the vendors and visual artist stations. Also there’s Celebrity Alley, where you you can get autographs and photo ops from the list of celebrities attending this year’s event.
Each floor is catered to a different event.
One floor is dedicated to panels & films, and the other floor is made just for gaming. If you would like to know more here are all the details about Comicpalooza, look what they offer at https://www.comicpalooza.com .
Checking this event out won’t be a regret, plus, it’s fun for the whole family.
André Brooks is a photographer with BFA in Photo and Digital Media at the University of Houston. He was part of the UH Photo Student Association Zine in 2013 and 2014, and has been featured in group exhibitions around the city of Houston. He is current member of The Overtime Page where he received the T.O.P photo of the year in 2014 and 2016 and T.O.P photographer of the year in 2016. In 2014, he also received the Society of Professional Journalist Region 8 Honorable Mention for Sports Photographer in a large university.
André plans to pursue a career as a freelance photographer. He hopes to one day become a sports photographer for Getty Sports and AP, so he can achieve his goal of having his own studio where he can shoot photography and make short films and start his own sports network.