Free and low-cost tools to help you educate, engage and inspire your students with comics and pop culture.

Educational Resources

A growing range of online and downloadable resources featuring comics, games and other forms of pop culture that are as fun as they are educational.

Classroom Curricula

Complete, fully documented curricula, developed in accordance with national standards, that you can immediately download and start using in your classrooms.

Outreach Programs

Our growing range of free programs provide unique, innovative and fun experiences that introduce you and your students to the world of comics and pop culture.

Camps & Workshops

Fun, learning and imagination are at the heart of our camps and workshops held at our own classroom facilities and at partner locations throughout Metro Denver.

Lending Library

Need books for your classroom but running a little short on budget? Take advantage of our low-cost lending libraries and get top titles shipped directly to you!

Welcome to Comics

Welcome to the world of comics and pop culture education! This section gives you everything you need to get started in this exciting and innovative new field.

Professional Development

Our one-of-a-kind professional development opportunities provide the opportunity to share ideas, build partnerships and learn from leaders in the field of pop culture education.

Comics We Love

Sometimes the hardest thing is knowing where to start. To make it easier, here's a list of our favorite books with something for every reading level.

Games We Love

We love comics, but we also love board games. You too? We knew it! This regularly updated list of our favorites has a wide-range of types for every level of player.

Education @ DCC

Education @ DCC

Learn and have a blast doing it at one of a growing list of educational events and activities we host each year at Denver Comic Con, one of the largest in the country.

Kids Comic Contest

Now in its 4th year, winners of our Kids’ Comic Contest get a pair of 3-day passes to Denver Comic Con, have a special meet-and-greet session with a professional comic artist at the con, and get their artwork prominently featured at the con and on the PCC website!

Educator College Credits

We’re thrilled to announce the return of ED 589 for 2018. Offered through Adams State University as a 0.5 graduate credit, ED 589: Enhancing Education Through Pop Culture is a 3-day professional development course offered exclusively at the con!

Experience the CoMix

Presented in partnership between Colorado-based restaurant chain Illegal Pete’s, qualifying middle and high school students are given complimentary convention entry with the goal of exposing them to a wide variety of careers in pop culture.

Educator's Day

Our goal for Educator’s Day is to provide teachers, librarians, administrators, and other educators the chance to learn about how they can improve their craft using the tools of pop culture. Qualified educators receive FREE admission for Friday, June 15th!

Educator of the Year Award

Nominate your favorite innovative educator for this annual award. In addition to receiving one of PCC’s own pop culture-based curricula, each winner will receive two 3-day passes to the next Denver Comic Con, as well as a special DCC prize package.

Education Sessions

For DCC 2018, we want to give YOU the chance to share your insights and experiences incorporating pop culture into the classroom – including comics, games, cosplay, film, art, and much more.

Page 23 Literary Conference

DCC’s literary conference, where students, teachers, professors, and scholars share and discuss their current scholarly projects on all things pop culture, plus offer workshops to students and pros alike.

Pop Culture Classroom

2760 W. 5th Ave.
Denver, CO 80204
(303) 325-1236
 
Hours
9am-5pm Monday-Friday