Immerse yourself in the world of POPnology, Comic-Con Museum’s latest interactive exhibit that demonstrates the connection between pop culture and real-world technology!
Colleen Doran Illustrates Neil Gaiman
Comic-Con Museum presents Colleen Doran Illustrates Neil Gaiman, an exhibition of original art by the award-winning artist Colleen Doran featuring her illustrations of stories by Neil Gaiman including Chivalry; Snow, Glass, Apples; The Sandman; Troll Bridge; American Gods, Norse Mythology; and Good Omens.
From Big Dots to the Digital Universe: the evolution of comic book color
Embark on a journey through the vibrant history of comic book coloring with Comic-Con Inkpot Award recipient Steve Oliff!
Cowboy Bebop 25th Anniversary Art Exhibition
In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the iconic anime “COWBOY BEBOP,” a gallery of commissioned art was created to capture the essence of the series’ iconic characters, settings, and themes through the unique style and interpretation of the artists.
Excelsior! The Life and Legacy of Stan Lee
This year, Comic-Con Museum and Kartoon Studios, the controlling partner to the “Stan Lee Universe” IP, present a first-ever exhibit to celebrate his 100 years of legacy.
My Hero Academia Installation
Presented by Crunchyroll, the statue of the “Historical Battle in Kamino” from “My Hero Academia” is a stunning representation of the epic fight between All Might and All For One in Season 3 Episode 48.
The Magic of Comic-Con, All Year Round
As part of Comic-Con, the world renowned comics and popular arts convention, the Comic-Con Museum is a participatory space focused on bringing together diverse audiences for shared vibrant experiences featuring comics, film, science/fiction, fantasy, TV shows, books, video games, anime, or other related popular arts.
With immersive exhibits that change seasonally, hands-on STEAM based art making activities, panels, movie screenings, and other dynamic programming, you will always find something new and exciting to explore.