The world is over, but the con has just begun. Five years ago, a cataclysmic event obliterated everything within a fifty mile radius of the Los Spinoza Convention Center—right in the middle of Long Con, the world's biggest (and longest) pop culture convention. Underdog reporter Victor Lai barely escaped with his life, but his nerdy friend Dez Delaney—publicist for an indie darling comics publisher—wasn't so lucky.
Dylan Meconis is an Eisner, Reuben, and Kim Yale-nominated cartoonist. She's the creator of graphic novels Bite Me!, Family Man, Outfoxed, and the forthcoming Queen of the Sea (Candlewick, 2019). She's a studio member of Helioscope in Portland, Oregon.
Ben Coleman is a freelance writer and a film and culture critic for the Portland Mercury. He was an ensemble member and contributing writer to Atomic Arts, the innovative and nationally-recognized theater company that reimagined shows like Star Trek for live audiences.
Emilee Denich is a cartoonist and illustrator. Her graphic novel debut was as the artist for the #1 Amazon best-selling graphic novel Yes, Roya (Iron Circus Comics). She lives in Southern California.
M. Victoria Robado is a comic creator and illustrator from Argentina obsessed with saturated colors, space and cats, who colors comics on her spare time (Jem & the Holograms, Mega Princess) when she's not writing and drawing her own (#Blessed, Never Ever Done).
Aditya Bidikar is a comics letterer based in India. Apart from The Long Con, he is currently working on Black Cloud, VS, Motor Crush, Paradiso and Kid Lobotomy among others.