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Adult Materials Display Agreement


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DEADLINE: We must receive this form by February 21, 2017

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All Exhibitors Must Complete And Submit This Form
Booth displays at Comic-Con International may not include:
  • Sexual Content
  • Abusive Sexual Connotations
  • Nudity

Adult material for sale at WonderCon Anaheim 2017 may not be displayed as part of your booth, attire or merchandise for view by the general public. Please review the Adult Material regulations (reprinted below), found on page 6 of the WonderCon Anaheim 2017 Exhibitor Newswire.

Display of Adult Material

A. Adult material is defined pursuant to the Anaheim municipal code. Art and/or other material displayed or offered for sale must conform to federal, state and local laws.

B. No exhibitor may display material depicting nudity or sexual content unless it is blinded (i.e. depictions of nudity or sexual content must be covered to SDCC’s satisfaction) or displayed in such a way that it cannot be viewed by minors from the aisles. In particular, adult material on the aisles must be covered in such a way that it is not accessible without exhibitor assistance.

C. Any adult material for sale or display must pertain to comics, animation, science fiction, fantasy, adventure, horror or other related popular arts.

D. If an Exhibitor plans to sell adult material at the Event, they must complete a WonderCon Adult Materials Display Agreement. The request to sell adult material must be received by February 21, 2017. The Adult Materials Display Agreement is part of the online submissions and can be found at:

If you plan to sell adult material at WonderCon Anaheim 2017, you must SUBMIT this request to sell adult material, by February 21, 2017. If you have additional questions, please call the Comic-Con International offices at 619-414-1020.