Memphis Comic Expo boasts over 70,000 square feet and the largest comic creator guest list within 500 miles! Since the spotlight is on artists, writers and creators, our attendees come ready to spend money in artist alley and at dealer booths. Dealers with vintage and new toys, comic books, t-shirts, costumes/props, and other pop-culture related items are welcome!
**If you registered for an AA table or Dealer Booth for the 2022 show, please check your email. Load-in information was sent 9/16 and an update with FAQs was sent on 8/25.***
Due to the high volume of social media messages and emails we receive, please do not reach out asking to be contacted if space becomes available. Our waitlist is closed. Thank you!
Spaces for 2023 are not yet available. Please follow us on social media for updates.
All applications will be screened prior to approval. Please complete all fields accurately to prevent any delays in receiving a response.
ARTIST ALLEY TABLE – SOLD OUT a 6 foot table in Artist Alley for artists, writers, and creators selling prints, commissions, original art, handmade items, sketches and their own comics and graphic novels. Any person selling commercially produced merchandise (with the exception of self-published comics) must apply for a dealer booth.
DEALER BOOTH – SOLD OUT a 10X10 vendor/dealer booth. Any person selling commercially produced merchandise (with the exception of self-published comics) must apply for a dealer booth. Artists wanting more space than an artist alley table offers may apply for a dealer booth.
SPONSOR TABLE OR BOOTH – SOLD OUT if you are a business such as an insurance agency, doctor’s office, renovation company, etc and are looking to get a space on the expo floor to engage with MCX attendees and/or have your logo appear on the MCX poster or t-shirt, click here to learn about sponsorship opportunities.
Have questions? Shoot us an email at email@example.com. Please allow at least 3 business days for a response, as it is a busy time of year for us! We will be unable to answer emails on the days of the show.