Steve Wozniak has joined hands with Stan Lee to launch Silicon Valley Comic-Con 2016. And the announcement has created a lot of buzz and you don’t have to look into your crystal ball to predict that this will be a successful event.
“I’m teaming up with friends to make this happen because I want to give Silicon Valley it’s very own kind of Comic Con where everyone can have fun enjoying what they love,” Wozniak wrote on the event’s website. “There are lots of fans like me in San Francisco and the Valley, and I’m excited that now we’ll have a Comic Con with our very own flavor.”
Wozniak is the co-founder of Apple Inc. Lee is the legendary figure associated with co-creating Marvel super heroes like Spider-Man, The Hulk and Iron Man. You can follow Wozniak and Lee on Twitter
Silicon Valley’s first Comic-Con will be at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose on March 19-20, 2016.
The first Comic-Con was held in San Diego in 1970. Today, it is a 4-day event attended by comic fans, entertainers, filmmakers, gamers and others. Besides San Diego, there are other places that host their own Comic-Con, including one in India.