Denver Comic-Con: Become a real-life kindness superhero


Denver Comic Con and Literary Conference (DCC) is a three-day family friendly, pop culture fan convention featuring comics, popular sci-fi and fantasy tv shows, movies, Japanese animation, cosplay, toys, gaming, and panel presentations. But Denver Comic Con is not just about sci-fi, anime and gaming.  DCC is sponsored by our friends at the Colorado-based nonprofit Comic Book Classroom. All proceeds of DCC go towards Comic Book Classroom’s educational programs. CBC students undergo a six-week instruction in reading, writing stories and eventually creating their own comics, which are then published in a class collection. Then, CBC graduates are invited to participate in Denver Comic Con as guests to create sketches and/or sell their work.  Random Acts is proud to work with such an impactful and creative organization by participating in Denver Comic Con.


In addition to some fantastic celebrity guests, DCC will also feature programing by local nonprofits and larger groups like Random Acts.  Our programming will be dedicated to Tennyson’s Children’s Center.  Tennyson Center for Children at Colorado Christian Home has grown to become one of the Rocky Mountain region’s leading treatment centers and K-12 schools for emotionally and crisis-affected children and youth, particularly those suffering from abuse and neglect. Random Acts’ goal is to make every child at the Children’s Center feel like a superhero.  At the Kid’s Corral, convention attendees are invited to make a card for the children at the Center.  Random Acts will provide the supplies – we need you to supply the kindness. Then, over at the Random Acts booth, we want to know how you are a kindness superhero.  All convention-goers are invited to become a superhero – and we’ll even give you a kindness mission to complete so you can test your new powers. So Denver, see you at DCC!  The Random Acts team can’t wait to meet you (or your superhero alter-ego).