CA – Fandom Society Cosplay Ball

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Dante Basco, Bryce Papenbrook, Giancarlo Volpe, and more appear at Supperclub in Los Angeles on Thursday April 3rd at 7:30 pm!

Press Release:

The Fandom Society’s inaugural COSPLAY BALL will be the largest cosplay event ever held in Hollywood, CA. This unique event allows fans who arrive early to meet their favorite stars from hit movies,TV shows, and internet series in a personal and interactive environment. The meet and greet event will be followed by an outrageous night of cosplay and special performances. Join us and meet your friends in fandom!

The Fandom Society is a community of fans, celebrating each other’s interests. We help you find your friends in fandom and be a part of a community of fans.

Tickets at the link!

Who’s coming?

So far we have two confirmed hosts, Bryce Papenbrook and Giancarlo Volpe. Bryce Papenbrook is a voice actor and has been in the roles of Eren Jaeger (Attack on Titan), Rin Okumura (Blue Exorcist), Kirito (SAO), Masaomi Kida (DRRR!), and is the voice of Makoto Naegi (SDR). Giancarlo Volpe was the director for Avatar: The Last Airbender and Clone Wars as well as the producer for Green Lantern: The Animated Series. And, of course, Dante Basco, the man behind the idea of Fandom Society. Dante Basco is best known as the voice of Zuko from Avatar: The Last Airbender, General Iroh from Legend of Korra, and Rufio from Hook.

Event Schedule
7:30PM – 10:30PM Meet & Greet (Open to Guests Under 21 & 21+)
7:30 Doors Open for VIP Ticket Holders
8:00 Doors Open for General Admission Ticket holders
8:30 Intro & Cirque Performance
9:00 AJ Rafael Performance
9:45 The Megas Performance
10:15 Cirque Performance
10:30PM – 2:00AM Cosplay Ball (Open to Guests Over 21)
11:30 Cirque Performance
11:45 DJ Rufio Set

Hosts
Dante Basco
Bryce Papenbrook
Giancarlo Volpe

Special Guests (Updated)
AJ Rafael
The Megas
Jack DeSena
Kevin Michael Richardson
Christine Marie Cabanos
Victor Yerrid and The Rufio Puppet
Adrianne Curry
Kari Wahlgren
Lauren Landa
Mary Kate Wiles
Xander Jeanneret
Yoshi Sudarso
Peter Adrian Sudarso
Meghan Camarena
Blake Foster
Vanessa Marshall
Jason Spisak
Bryan Konietzko
Mary Kate Wiles
Kurt Matilla
Natalie Hoover
Kira Buckland
Erika Harlacher
Greg Cipes
Jake Castorena
Benjamin Diskin

What is Fandom Society?

The main idea behind Fandom Society is that everyone is a fan of something. Whether it be video games, anime, webcomics, comics, etc. someone’s a fan of something. Fandom Society is a way to meet new people within these fandoms and even to meet and interact with people you who would normally be behind a signing booth. The main goal behind Fandom Society is to break down that barrier between the fan and the content creators (because even Dante Basco can be a fanboy). We also want to show mainstream media what it is to be in a fandom and to be into cosplay (let’s pretend HoC didn’t happen).

Cosplay ball means… Cosplay! If you want to create an entirely new cosplay for this party alone, go ahead. Or if you want to recycle one you’re really proud of, do that too! We’re going to have a lot of coverage of this event so bring your best foot forward. The hosts will also be going around looking for the best costumes and you will be put front and center in a fashion show for the entire party to see. I don’t know about you, but that’s some motive to bring a great cosplay.

Now what are you doing? Go and buy your tickets and bring your friends too!

Supperclub
6675 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90028

Scene on the Web: Wizard World New Orleans Comic Con 2012

The gathering of all things Wizard World New Orleans Comic Con 2012 commences!


Scene on the Web: Wizard World New Orleans Comic Con 2012

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Showcase – New Orleans Comic Con – USA ~ Cosplay Kulture!I’ve been quiet for a bit cause I have been really busy with work (6 days a week) and it’s a bit quiet on the Cosplay con front since December is holiday month. However! It was New Orleans Comic Con over the weekend and that’s a fun one to check out!
Ad here’s a NOLA comic con of a DC/Marvel mash up: http://twitpic.com/bhuxzy (Kitty Pryde, Lockheed, & Karate Kid)Daniel Govar
Kevin Sorbo happy to be here at Comic Con #Nola. He’s been working on several projects locally. http://pic.twitter.com/IvuqUEbnCarolyn Scofield
Custom Invisible Woman sketch cover drawn at NOLA Comic Con http://pic.twitter.com/vqkE8MOvScott Blair
Got my pinup of Slave Leia @AdrianneCurry signed at @WizardWorld NOLA Comic Con :) http://pic.twitter.com/1ruLjS5SScott Blair
.@CMPunk raises eyebrows at Comic Con @WizardWorld #NOLA #BetterThanDwayne http://pic.twitter.com/ItmhREzKMonkeyMan NewOrleans
Custom Charlize Theron as Batgirl sketch cover NOLA Comic Con #batman http://pic.twitter.com/wLesEMtzScott Blair
Custom Batman Beyond vs #batman sketch cover Nola Comic Con #CopicART http://pic.twitter.com/AEC4fR7qScott Blair
Custom @SaraUnderwood as Black Cat sketch cover @WizardWorld NOLA Comic Con http://pic.twitter.com/WziUM5yLScott Blair
Wastelander shenanigans at Nola Comic Con! #wizardpic #wizardworld http://yfrog.com/essducpdjnukabitch
The amazing @YayaHan with my Catwoman sketch cover at @WizardWorld NOLA Comic Con #batman #cosplay http://pic.twitter.com/pjG7VYi3Scott Blair
Drawn for me by @anthonywinn at New Orleans Comic Con #Carnage http://pic.twitter.com/qNyZdmwNMark P.
Rooker, at the New Orleans Comic Con (Wire Image Photos) http://twitpic.com/bi9kjkMichael Rooker Pics
Only in New Orleans does Comic Con come with Krewe of Chewbacchus parade! Hail drunken wookie! #wizpic @kreweofchew http://pic.twitter.com/A9nHMQ5ynukabitch
Batman from the New Orleans Comic Con: http://twitpic.com/bijpatDaniel Govar
Saw some really cool costumes at the New Orleans Comic-Con yesterday. My favorite was scooby-doo. :-) http://pic.twitter.com/Qngfgmd0Dawn Chartier
‘Star Trek’ actors entertain crowd questions with character at Comic ConTheir off-screen personalities shone this afternoon as three stars of "Star Trek: The Next Generation" fielded questions from a room full of fans at Comic Con in New Orleans. The Sunday question-and-answer session featured actors Brent Spiner as a fun and gentle soul, Marina Sirtis as a spirited source of sharp retorts, and LeVar Burton as a laid-back, book-loving guy.
New Orleans comic con comes to endCollin Breaux,New Orleans Celebrity Headlines Examiner Collin Bring brings several years of experience to Examiner.com and has personally gone out and interviewed subjects for some of his articles. He is an accomplished freelance writer and honed his craft at his campus newspaper.
Comic Con New Orleans celebrates comics, video games, and dressing up like your inner super heroSaturday afternoon in New Orleans, sitting in a chair pulled off the bridge of the Starship Enterprise, it was possible to watch a quintet of Orion slave girls with pea green skin flirt with passersby while Master Chief chatted amiably with Dead Pool and Dr. Who.
Comic Con 2012, high-priced comic books, zombies and swordplayWizard World New Orleans Comic Con 2012, a cosmic convening of thousands of superhero, science fiction, horror and fantasy fans at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center moved into day two Saturday (Dec. 1). Though celebrities are a big part of the draw, today I concentrated on the range of other pop-culture diversions.
Comic Con 2012 has achieved liftoff in New OrleansWizard World New Orleans Comic Con 2012, a three-day festival dedicated to science fiction, fantasy and horror kicked off Friday, Nov. 30, afternoon at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. One of this year’s big draws is the assembly of six stars from the iconic "Star Trek: The Second Generation" television show – only Patrick Stewart (Jean-Luc Picard) was unavailable.
#wizardworld New Orleans setting up!!!jennaface

Wizard World Philadelphia Returns This June 2010

Press Release:

Wizard World’s Philadelphia Comic Con Returns To Philadelphia Convention Center For 10th Anniversary Celebration, June 11-13, 2010

William Shatner, Adam West, Bruce Campbell, James Marsters, Tia Carrere Among Celebrity Guests; Leading Comics Artists, Creative Directors and More than 150 Pop Culture Icons to Attend

PHILADELPHIA, May 4, 2010 — Philadelphia Comic Con, part of North America’s largest pop-culture touring expo, will return to the “City of Brotherly Love” for the 10th straight year with a three-day run at Philadelphia Convention Center, Friday through Sunday, June 11-13, 2010. Philadelphia Comic Con will bring together thousands of fans of all ages and more than 150 celebrities and industry professionals to celebrate the best in pop culture movies, comics, toys, video gaming, television, anime, manga, horror, sports, original art, collectibles, contests, movie screenings, and more.

Among the scheduled celebrity guests at Philadelphia Comic Con are William Shatner (“Star Trek”), Adam West (“Batman,” “Family Guy,”) Bruce Campbell (Evil Dead, “Army of Darkness”), James Marsters (“Buffy The Vampire Slayer,” “Caprica,” “Smallville”), Tia Carrere (Wayne’s World, “Curb Your Enthusiasm”; “Relic Hunter”), Clare Kramer (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” Bring it On”), Lou Ferrigno (“The Incredible Hulk”), Scott Porter (“Caprica,” “Friday Night Lights”), Adrianne Curry (“America’s Next Top Model,” “My Fair Brady”), Christopher Knight (“The Brady Bunch,” “My Fair Brady”), Stephen Baldwin (The Usual Suspects, Bio-Dome), Jake Busey (Starship Troopers, The Frighteners) and Ernie Hudson (Ghostbusters).

“I’m looking forward to meeting up with my fans at the 10th Annual Philadelphia Comic Con,” said Marsters. “I think my fans are some of the coolest people I’ve met and I am excited to discuss and celebrate the characters I’ve played with all of them.”

Fans can also meet their favorite comic artists, including Joe Madureira (“Darksiders,” “Uncanny X-Men,” “Battle Chasers”), Ethan Van Sciver (“Green Lantern,” “Superman/Batman”), J.G. Jones (“Final Crisis,” “Wanted,” “Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia”), Michael Golden (“Wolverine: First Class,” “New Exiles”), Mark Texeira (“Moon Knight,” “Ghost Rider”), and Herb Trimpe (“Hulk,” “Iron Man”) and many other local and national artists.

Children and adult attendees are encouraged to come dressed as their favorite villain, superhero or pop culture personality for the chance to win special prizes in daily costume contests. Event-goers may also try their hand interactive product exhibits by trend-setting brands such as Ford (displaying a new vehicle), THQ (showing a video game) and TBS (screening a new television program); shop for collectible comics, movie and television memorabilia, toys and games at more than 400 dealer booths; and experience the show’s Horror Pavilion dedicated to writers, artists, musicians, and actors well known in that genre.

Sanctioned Tabletop Gaming Tournaments for Warhammer & Warhammer 40k and Trading Card Gaming Tournaments for YuGiOh, Pokemon, World of Warcraft & Magic the Gathering will take place throughout the weekend offering casual and competitive players the opportunity to win valuable prizes and increase their rankings. Additionally, event- goers are invited to bring their own short films to the expo, and enter the NYC Horror Film Festival’s Killer Short Sudden Death Competition. Winners will be inducted into the NYC Horror Film Festival program later this year.

Philadelphia Comic Con is the third stop on Wizard’s nine-city 2010 North American tour. Doors open Fri., June 11 from noon – 8 p.m. Saturday hours are 10 a.m. until 7 p.m., and hours on Sunday are 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. (all times Eastern). Tickets are available in advance by calling 1-866-882-5860 and online at www.wizardworld.ticketleap.com/philadelphia at up to a 15% savings over tickets purchased at the door. Adult single-day tickets are $25; three-day tickets are $45, and tickets are free for children age ten and under when accompanied by a paid adult (limit two children per adult). Discount are available for students and faculty with identification.

Over 40 Special Guests Announced for Anaheim Comic Con

Brian Michael Bendis, Alex Maleev, Eliza Dushku and more kick off the hottest convention of 2010!

GET ANAHEIM COMIC CON TICKETS NOW at www.wizardworld.ticketleap.com/anaheim
On April 16-18, 2010, the inaugural Anaheim Comic Con is coming to the Anaheim Convention Center. The Anaheim Comic Con will be a major regional pop culture convention bringing fans the latest information on comics, toys, collectibles and connecting attendees with celebrity guests, artists and industry professionals.

The convention is still a few months away and several comic book superstars are already heading to the Anaheim Comic Con! Leading the way are Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev, the blockbuster creative team behind Marvel’s SPIDER-WOMAN! Additionally, Bernie Wrightson (SWAMP THING), Tim Bradstreet (THE PUNISHER), Steve Niles (30 DAYS OF NIGHT), Charlie Huston (MOON KNIGHT), Phil Jimenez (ASTONISHING X-MEN), Simon Bisley (JUDGE DREDD), Glenn Fabry (PREACHER) and Tom Jane (BAD PLANET) are already confirmed for the show, with dozens of other comic creators to be announced!

Several stars of film and television will also be in attendance, including DOLLHOUSE star and longtime fan favorite, Eliza Dushku! Also onboard for the Anaheim Comic Con are Ted Raimi (XENA, SPIDER-MAN), WWE & TNA star Mick Foley along with three of the most beloved cast members from the 60′s BATMAN TV series: Adam West, Burt Ward and Julie Newmar! Additionally, there are several additional guests that will be announced soon!

“There is a real desire in Southern California for a comic based pop-culture experience, and I feel privileged to get back in touch with our west coast fans in this way. This will truly be an event for families and people of all ages,” said Gareb Shamus, CEO of Wizard Entertainment.

Full Guest list so far:
William Shatner
Kate Mulgrew
Eliza Dushku
Christian Serratos
Brent Spiner
Catherine Bach
John Schneider
Ernie Hudson
Taylor Dayne
Brande Roderick
Jake Busey
Lori Petty
Lucianna Carro
Mick Foley
Bruce Boxleitner
Kevin Sorbo
Levar Burton
Robert Picardo
Jonathan Frakes
John de Lancie
Scott Bakula
Genie Francis
Melissa Gilbert
John Noble
Lorenzo Lamas
Rob Van Dam
Lita
Leonard Nimoy
Lindsay Wagner
Heidi Klum
Garrett Wang
Daniel Logan
Walter Koenig
Traci Scoggins
Michael Dorn
Lofton
Bernie Wrightson
Charlie Huston
Christopher Knight
Adrianne Curry
Alex Maleev
Tim Bradstreet
Tom Jane
Steve Niles

With such an incredible guest line up, the Anaheim Comic Con will easily be one of the top conventions of 2010. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this historic comic con!

For more Anaheim Comic Con guest and programming updates, become a fan of ANAHEIM COMIC CON on Facebook!

The Anaheim Comic Con runs from April 16-18, 2010 at the Anaheim Convention Center. It is a major regional pop culture convention bringing fans the latest information on comics, toys, collectibles and connecting attendees with celebrity guests, artists and industry professionals.
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The Ultimate Collectibles Show Adds Celebrity Guests

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We are pround to announce we have added several new guests including Christopher Knight (Peter Brady), Adrianne Curry (Sureal Life/Playmate), William Zabka (Johnny from the Karate Kid) Ken Hall (The Puppetmaster Writer), Mark Metcalf (Neidermeyer from Animal House/The Maestro from Seinfeld)and Rick Wise (1975 Red Sox/1964 Phils pitcher). Many more to be addeed

Featuring: Comics, Sports, Action Figures, GI Joe, Autographs, non sports and sports cards.

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Christopher Knight and Adrienne Curry

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