Join us for the third annual Khan-Con on August 12, 2017 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.!

Admission is $5 per adult and free for kids 12 and under. Passes available by cash only sales at the door.

About Khan-Con

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Khan-Con is a family-friendly convention in Woodlawn, Virginia for geeks of all ages. Our interests include sci-fi, comics, gaming, fantasy, zombies, superheroes, and FX makeup. The convention is also a fundraiser for Jack Sullivan, a little boy battling Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Contact us at contact (at) khan-con (dot) com and follow us on Facebook.


Woodlawn Intermediate School
745 Woodlawn Rd.
Woodlawn, VA 24343


Passes are $5 per adult. Free for kids 12 and under. Cash only sales at the door on the days of the con.

Vendor and Artist Tables

Tables are sold out. Purchase of one table also provides one chair and two passes. Vendors must be set up by 9 a.m. See the FAQ for more details. Please direct questions and comments to us at contact (at) khan-con (dot) com.

Featured Guests

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Featured Guests
Magic the Gathering Tournament

Modern Masters Draft Format, $40 registration fee, 16 player max.
The tournament is hosted by CTG Fanatics. Register with CTG Fanatics by calling 276-601-6192.

The VR Center: Virtual Reality Gaming!

VR Center will set up their virtual reality gaming systems for a one-of-a-kind gaming experience!

Troy Black and the Wytheville Ghostbusters – Cosplay Special Guests

Troy Black and his son and daughter do an outstanding job cosplaying the Ghostbusters.

501st Legion: Vader’s Fist

Costumed members of the 501st Legion: Vader’s Fist will be patrolling Khan-Con for photo ops!

Mission: The Legion is an all-volunteer organization formed for the express purpose of bringing together costume enthusiasts under a collective identity within which to operate. The Legion seeks to promote interest in Star Wars through the building and wearing of quality costumes, and to facilitate the use of these costumes for Star Wars-related events as well as contributions to the local community through costumed charity and volunteer work.

Mandalorian Mercs

The Mandalorian Mercs Star Wars Costuming Club is a legally recognized 501c(7) club that founded the “Little Warrior International” non-profit charity, which focuses on fulfilling the needs of sick and underprivileged children.

Matari Bain

Matari Bain is an artist based in Greensboro, NC.

Eric Cartman For Real

Eric Cartman For Real, also known as Star City Cartman, is an award winning cosplayer from Rocky Mount, VA and a man who refuses to not pretend to be a fat, rude, little 10-year-old boy. He never drops character at a convention until after hours, even in the sweltering heat of summer or when getting yelled at by someone who doesn’t understand what character acting is.

U the Magician
Crystal Raen

Crystal Raen is a writer of fantasy, sci-fi, the occasional horror story. She writes these in the form of novels, short stories, and flash fiction. Raen also enjoys writing poetry.

Mean Ink

Mean Ink is a small publishing house devoted to supporting new writers in getting their story out. We are provide works in a number of mediums and in different genres. Along with stories we also provide other merchandise to support the authors and the stories you love. Owner Daniel Meaney has spent years developing his craft as a writer, specializing in fantasy and science fiction.

Critical Hit Creations

All profits made from Critical Hit Creations support the owners’ son Jack and his battle with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, a genetic disorder characterized by progressive muscle degeneration and weakness.

Dan Delby

Dan heads up his own independent comic book brand, Astronomical Comics, and has been entertaining readers with his creative works since 2011. While Dan enjoys exploring and mixing various genres, he is best known to readers for his work in the science fiction and superhero fiction genres.

Dionysis Metalcult

Dionysis founded the underground indie heavy metal band Cult of Dionysis in 2008. He’s also the creator, writer, and artist of Metalcult Comix.

Brian Funk

Brian Funk is the writer and creator of Enforcer, a crime noir/fantasy comic with artist Artyom Trakhanov. Brian also owns MadLab Studio, which makes custom action figures for clients.


Comic creator and artist g.paul.r is the talent behind Sgt. Sasquatch: The Bigfoot of Liberty, Space Daisy, Zenith: Phase of the Werewolf, Steamborg Union, and Gun Fairy. He also created the poster of super cosplayer Dallas Mullins as Captain Super Thorverine for Khan-Con II.

Blankets From Across the Multi-verse & Beyond

Handmade and fleece blankets For the nerd/geek inside us all, including Star Trek, Batman, Harry Potter, Star Wars, Spider-man, and many more!

Clockwork Kestrel

Clockwork Kestrel creates one-of-a-kind steampunk and vintage-inspired jewelry, cosplay props, and more.

CTG Fanatics

CTG Fanatics is a shop in downtown Galax, VA for collectors of all kinds, carrying comics, action figures, video games and consoless, trading cards, and POPs.

DreamPunk Press

A small publisher of BIG DREAMS, DreamPunk Press is a small, independent publishing cooperative in the Hampton Roads area in southern Virginia. Authors E. G. Gaddess and Ms. Knowitallwill be signing books and answering questions – though books from all our authors will be available.

Frank’s Cool Stuff

Frank’s Cool Stuff carries anime, comics, and collectibles in the Lamplighter Mall in Roanoke, VA.

Geek Corps

Geek Corps creates canvas and pixel art of games, collectibles, and fandoms of all kinds.

H&H Novelties

H&H Novelties creates beautiful handmade crafts and jewelry.

Infinity Toys Comics and Collectibles

Infinity Toys Comics and Collectibles buys, sells, and trades toys and comics from the 1940s to today.

JezeBelle Nails

April Ratcliff creates custom gel-cured nail art for your inner nerd.

Momma Cricketz
Pale Blue Dot Crochet

Pale Blue Dot Crochet offers handmade crochet toys or amigurumi from popular TV, movie, and video game fandoms.

Pop Culture

Located in Bristol, TN, Pop Culture carries video and collectible card games, manga, anime, apparel, jewelry, and handmade items. They also buy and trade many of the above items.

Roger Mannon

Vintage superhero, western, humor comics, and collectibles

Wood N Links

Elmer and Tammy Roush create Celtic-inspired works in wood and metal chain mesh.

How big are vendor table spaces?

Each vendor table space is 8 ft. by 6.5 ft.

What are the rules for vendors and artists?

Nothing may be hung on walls.
Racks are allowed as long as they fit in the space provided.
No smoking, alcohol, or firearms are permitted.

Will security be provided?

Local police will patrol the area.


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Drop us a line at contact (at) khan-con (dot) com with any questions or comments.