Corey Feldman joins in at Shock Pop ComicCon

SPCC_feldmanIt wouldn’t be Friday the 13th without Tommy Jarvis. Shock Pop Comiccon is very pleased to announce Corey Feldman is coming to Shock Pop Comiccon. Corey is celebrating the 30th Anniversary of Gremlins with co star Zach Galligan Official. Corey is also known for his roles in Lost Boys, and The Goonies also celebrating it’s 30th Anniversary, Stand By Me, and many more beloved films. In addition to acting, Corey is a musician, and writer. Corey is appearing FRIDAY THE 13TH only, signing autographs and doing photo ops. Pricing will be posted shortly. Tickets are available here http://www.shockpopcomiccon.com/tickets.html

Shock Pop Comiccon introduces HUGE Cosplay contest

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Get ready for a new era in cosplay South Florida!

Shock Pop Comiccon presents to you the most prestigious, competitive, and professional cosplay event to ever take place in South Florida. Shock Pop Comiccon proudly presents, the South Florida Cosplay Championships. Featuring the largest payout for a cosplay event EVER in the history of South Florida conventions. With up to over $4,000 more in payout than any other event in South Florida. Honoring our tradition to do everything bigger and better than you have ever seen before in South Florida, let’s go ahead and tell you what this event is all about.

First off, the unique part about this event is, the prizing is tiered. Meaning, the more people who participate, the more we pay out. We start at a base payout for the first 100 participants, and raise the payout for every 99 people who join the event. Capping the increase at 600 participants. So tell all your friends about this, because the more people who show, the more money you make!

The cosplay event will take place on Saturday February 14th, and will consist of a pre judging estimated to take 3 hours, and main competitions which we are slating for 1 hour and 30 minutes. There will be two separate sets of judges, one for the pre judging, and one for the main competition. We will be listing the judges shortly, as well as the times, we strongly suggest you register and get your admission now, we don’t expect spots for this to last very long.
In order to register for this event, you must
1) Purchase a Weekend pass or Saturday Admission
2) Fill out pre registration form, and send it to shockpopcosplay@gmail.com . The Form is available on our website.
3) Select free cosplay ticket on Eventbrite ticket registration page.

Also we can now announce that immediately following the cosplay event will be a live performance from V Is For Villains.

Categories we will be paying out for are

South Florida Cosplay Champion (Our Best in Show)
Comic Book Cosplay
Movie and T.V. Cosplay (Includes Horror)
Anime & Fantasy Cosplay
Video Games Cosplay
Group (Max 8 People)
Juniors (8-14 years old)
Rising Star

A couple quick notes!
We do not distinguish competitors based on skill level.
Newer cosplayers are welcome and encouraged. We have a Rising Star category which recognizes skilled cosplayers who are just beginning, and have the makings of becoming future Cosplay Champions.

So now, let’s get to the fun part!

Payout for 0-199 participants

South Florida Cosplay Champion- $800
Comic Book Cosplay $100
Movie and T.V. Cosplay $100
Anime & Fantasy Cosplay $100
Video Games Cosplay $100
Group $100
Juniors (8-14 years old) $100
Rising Star $100

Payout for 200-299 Participants

South Florida Cosplay Champion- $1300
Comic Book Cosplay $170
Movie and T.V. Cosplay $170
Anime & Fantasy Cosplay $170
Video Games Cosplay $170
Group $170
Juniors (8-14 years old) $170
Rising Star $170

Payout for 300-399 Participants

South Florida Cosplay Champion- $1800
Comic Book Cosplay $240
Movie and T.V. Cosplay $240
Anime & Fantasy Cosplay $240
Video Games Cosplay $240
Group $240
Juniors (8-14 years old) $240
Rising Star $240

Payout for 400-499 Participants

South Florida Cosplay Champion- $2300
Comic Book Cosplay $310
Movie and T.V. Cosplay $310
Anime & Fantasy Cosplay $310
Video Games Cosplay $310
Group $310
Juniors (8-14 years old) $310
Rising Star $310

Payout for 500 to 599

South Florida Cosplay Champion- $2800
Comic Book Cosplay $385
Movie and T.V. Cosplay $385
Anime & Fantasy Cosplay $385
Video Games Cosplay $385
Group $385
Juniors (8-14 years old) $385
Rising Star $385

Payout for 600 or More Participants

South Florida Cosplay Champion- $3300
Comic Book Cosplay $460
Movie and T.V. Cosplay $460
Anime & Fantasy Cosplay $460
Video Games Cosplay $460
Group $460
Juniors (8-14 years old) $460
Rising Star $460

Two Wrestling Legends added to ShockPop ComicCon

Jake the Snake and DDP

Shock Pop Comiccon welcomes wrestling legends Jake “The Snake” Roberts and Diamond Dallas Page

Jake thrilled fans for decades, coming to the ring with his snake Damien hidden away in a sack held over his shoulder, only to be let loose and placed across his unwilling opponents. During his time in the WWE, he crossed paths and had memorable feuds with all of the top stars, Andre The Giant, Rick Rude, Ricky the Dragon Steamboat, Ultimate Warrior, Earthquake, Honky Tonk Man, and many more. Sometimes good, often bad, he always warned you “never trust a snake”.

Jake the Snake will be joined by Diamond Dallas Page, 3 time WCW Heavyweight Champion, two time United States Champion, four time WCW Tag Team Champion, one time WCW TV Champion, one time WWF European Champion, and one time WWF World Tag Team Champion. DDP is most known for his time in WCW, and his brief time in the WWF, now WWE. DDP had notable feuds with Macho Man, Hulk Hogan, Bret Hart, Goldberg, and Undertaker, amongst many other matches throughout his entire wrestling career. 

DDP also crossed over to film, his most popular role to date being Billy Ray Snapper in Rob Zombie’s Devils Rejects, alongside show guest Danny Trejo as the “Unholy Two”. DDP is also the innovator of DDP yoga, a fitness program that has changed the lives of many people for the better, and can be found at http://ddpyoga.com/

We are extremely proud to have both legends join us for Shock Pop Comiccon on February 13-15 2015 at the Greater Fort Lauderdale Broward County Convention Center

Miami Vice Returns at Shock Pop Comiccon

SPCC_ Miami Vice
It’s  time to dust off your pastel leisure  suits and get ready for the return of Miami Vice. You heard me correctly, join us at Shock Pop Comiccon for the long awaited return of 

Mike Talbott, John Diehl, Saundra Santiago, and Olivia Brown on February 13-15 2015 at the   Broward County Convention Center, located at 1950 Eisenhower Blvd, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Come see in person, the people who portrayed fan favorite characters Switek, Zito, Gina, and Trudy, celebrating the 30th anniversary of this iconic television show that changed South Florida forever.
When you join us  next February 13-15 2015 at the Broward County Convention Center you can meet  stars from the past and present, including Robert “Freddy Krueger” Englund, Elvira, John Waters, Danny Trejo, the Karate Kid Ralph Macchio, Naomi “Pepper” Grossman from American Horror story. “Dr Who” Sylvester Mccoy, Boo Boo Stewart and Daniel Cudmore from X-Men,   and many  more.
Our weekend kicks off with a celebration of horror including reunions of A  Nightmare on Elm Street 2, Friday the 13th,  and Demons, hosted by Fangoria Magazine. Check us out on the web at
www.shockpopcc.com or facebook.com/shockpopcc

Shock Pop Comiccon goes under Waters

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Shock Pop Comiccon proudly presents, John Waters “This Filthy World: Filthier and Dirtier”, live on Saturday February 14th time TBA.

We are offering an extremely limited amount of seats for $75. This is preferred seating. You get a book, which John Waters will sign. You will participate in a meet and greet, where John will also sign 2 personal items. John will also take a “selfie” photograph with you, that you can take with your camera, cell phone,whatever. Beyond these very limited seats, we expect to have some addiitonal space, we will not charge for this space, it will not be the best seats, and it will not include a meet and greet with John. This seperately ticketed event can be purchased with admission at http://www.eventbrite.com/e/shock-pop-comiccon-tickets-11516222331?ref=ebtn

Seating at the event will be open to any and all show ticket holders on first come, first serve basis as long as seats are still available – but preferred seating placement and panel attendance guarantee is reserved for package ticket holders along with all of the other great swag that comes with the package!

For more information on Shock Pop Comiccon visit the website

Shock Pop Comiccon Set to Launch in Fort Lauderdale in February 2015

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Press Release:

SHOCK POP COMICCON LAUNCHES IN FORT LAUDERDALE FEBRUARY 13-15, 2015

TICKETS AND VIP PACKAGES ON SALE NOW

Fort Lauderdale, FL (August 29, 2014)… Get ready! The 1st Annual Shock Pop Comiccon launches February 13-15, 2015 at the Broward County Convention Center, 1950 Eisenhower Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL. Shock Pop Comiccon is the newest pop culture experience celebrating your favorite movies, television shows, music, comics & animation, and toys & collectibles.  The event will feature an interactive 100,000 square foot show of Celebrities, Comic Artists & Writers, Cosplay, Animation, Music, Anime, Art Exhibits, Vendors, Panels & Autograph sessions, The Karate Kid Reunion, The Stars of Star Trek Continues Web Series, Friday the 13th 35th Anniversary Reunion, Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge 30th Anniversary Reunion, Demons 30th Anniversary Reunion, Fire & Ice Reunion, Geek Film Fest, and an Independent Film Maker Contest.

Highlights include (as of August 29, 2014): 

New announcements posted regularly on shockpopcc.com, @shockpopcc, instagram.com/shockpopcc# and facebook.com/shockpopcc

 

Celebrities & Special Guests – Movies/TV/Animation

John Waters – Performing “This Filthy World”

Robert Englund – Freddy in Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge

Steven Bauer – Ray Donovan, Scarface

David Anders – Once Upon A Time, Alias, I Zombies

Booboo Stewart – X-Men: Days of Future Past, Twilight Saga

Caity Lotz – Arrow, The Machine

Kristin Bauer – True Blood

Julie Benz – Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Dexter

Giancarlo Esposito – Gus Fring from Breaking Bad

Sylvester McCoy- Dr. Who, The Hobbitt

Ralph Macchio – Karate kid, The Outsiders, My Cousin Vinny

C. Thomas Howell – The Outsiders, The Amazing Spiderman, Southland

Danny Trejo – Machete, Machete Kills, Sons of Anarchy

Daniel Cudmore – Colossus in X Men, Voltuir Felix in Twilight Saga

J August Richards – Angel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Michael Rosenbaum – Lex Luther in Smallville

Christopher Knight, Susan Olsen, Barry Williams – The Brady Bunch

Martin Kove – The Karate Kid, Rambo

Billy Zabka – The Karate Kid

Mark Ryan – Transformers voice of Lockdown

Jovanka Vuckovic – Clive Barker’s Jacqueline ESS, XX:The First All-Female Horror Anthology

Holly Frazetta – Frazetta Girls

Rytanya Alda – The Deer Hunter, Mommie Dearest

Man of Action – Founders Joe Kelly, Duncan Rouleau and Steven T. Seagle – Creators of Ben 10 and Big Hero 6, producers/writers of Marvel’s Avengers Assemble

H G Lewis – The Godfather of Gore -his films paved the way for modern horror and exploitation – Herschell Gordon Lewis’ BloodMania film debuting in 2015.

 

Cosplay

Ani-mia                         Leeanna Vamp             Nicole Marie Jean

Veron                           The Ghouligans           V is for Villians

219th Umbrella Brain Surgeons                                    Star Wars – 501 Everglades Squad

1701st Fleet                 Buurenaar Verda Clan – Mandalorian Mercs (FL)

 

Comic Artists & Writers

Steve Niles – Author, Novelist, and Screenwriter – 30 Days of Night, Cal Mcdonald, Army of Darkness, Bad Planet

Mark Alan Miller – Seraphim Films – writes, produces, and directs original content alongside master of horror Clive Barker.

Jimmy Palmiotti – writer of comic books, tv, video games and film- Thrill Seeker and Painkiller Jane, All-Star Western, GI Combat, Ame-Comi Girls, video game Injustice: Gods Among U

Amanda Conner – illustrator – Power Girl

Whilce Portacio – writer and artist-The Punisher/X-Men/Iron Man, etc.

William Simpson – artist – Batman, Judge Dredd, Hellblazer, now storyboard artist for Game of Thrones

Ben Templesmith – author and artist – 30 Days of Night, Fell, and worked on Star Wars, Doctor Who, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer

Mike Deodato, Jr. – artist – Malibu’s Santa Claws, Innovation’s Beauty and the Beast, Wonder Woman, Avengers, Elektra, Spiderman

Bob Schreck - Legendary Comics- edited Holy Terror, The Tower Chronicles, and Pacific Rim: Tales from Year Zero/writing and editing for Marvel and DC Comics

Joe Kelly – Man of Action – I Kill Giants

Duncan Rouleau – Man of Action – The Great Unknown

Steven T. Seagle – Man of Action – it’s a bird…

Gerry Conway – illustrator – Fire and Ice, The Punisher

Cully Hamner – artist and writer-Green Lantern: Mosaic, Blue Beetle, Black Lightning: Year One, Detective Comics. graphic novel Red

Kyle Higgins – writer & film director-Batman franchise at DC comics, Deathstroke, Captain America

Paul Jenkins – writer – Hulk, Origin, Spiderman

Scott Kolins – illustrator – The Flash

Scott Lobdell – writer – Red Hood

Laura Martin – digital color artist-JLA/serenity

John Beatty –illustrator – DC Comics, Captain America, The Punisher

 

Animation

Our talented guests at Shock Pop Comiccon are the voices behind some of The Biggest Characters in DC Comics animation & video games!

Richard Epcar – voice actor – Joker in Justice League, Mortal Kombat Vs DCU

Michael Rosenbaum – voice actor – Flash in Justice League Unlimited

Kristin Bauer – voice actor – Mera in Justice League Unlimited

Giancarlo Esposito – voice actor – Ra’s Al Ghul in Son of Batman.

Steven E. Gordon – Character Designer of X-Men: Evolution, The Swan Princess and The Ultimate Avengers, and Animator, Director, Storyboard Artist and Illustrator

Todd Haberkorn – voice actor – Mr. Spock in Star Trek Continues Web Series, Sgt. Frog as Keroro, Suzuka as Yamato, Ghost Hunt as Naru, Sands of Destruction as Kyrie

Sean Hannon – voice actor – Fire and Ice, 3D character animation

Stephen Mendel – film and voice actor- Fire and Ice, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Terminal

Vic Mignogna – anime and video game voice actor – Edward Elric in Fullmetal Alchemist, Executive Producer and Captain Kirk in Star Trek Continues Web Series

Hal Rayle – voice actor- Transformers, Swat Kids

Maggie Roswell – voice actor- The Simpsons, Fire & Ice

Ellyn Stern – voice actor –  Masaki Kurosaki in the hit anime series Bleach

Joe Casey – Man of Action – Sex

Joe Kelly – Man of Action – I Kill Giants

Duncan Rouleau – Man of Action – The Great Unknown

Steven T. Seagle – Man of Action – it’s a bird

 

Music

Eerie Von – famed musician from Danzig         The Misfits

Samhain                                                           V is for Villians

 

Anime

Vic Mignogna and Todd Haberkorn – Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock on the Star Trek Continues Web Series.

Richard Epcar –

Ellyn Stern –

Funimation Screenings

Art of Akira Exhibit

 

Movies

Shock Pop Comiccon Presents GeekFest Film Fest

Features, shorts, web series, trailers, fan films, parody music videos and more!  17 Selections are screening at Shock Pop Comiccon and include: Good Game Directed by Mary Ratliff, Posthuman Project Directed by Kyle Roberts, Valiant Directed by Robin G. Phillips and Star Wars: The Holo Experience Directed by Miguel Angel Sánchez and Cogolludo Santiago Hernández.

“The Outlaws of the Underground” – Indy Film Fest

Highlighting independent film makers who create “underground” horror and grindhouse style films.  Featuring:  Adam Ahlbrandt, Brian Williams, actress Ellie Church, and James Bickert – curator for the Drive in Invasion


Screenings

Director’s Cut -Albert Pyun’s Captain America and Directors Cut – Albert Pyun’s Cyborg.

 

“Friday the 13th Shock Night” –  February 13

  • A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge – 30th Anniversary Reunion

Jack Sholder, Director; David Chaskin, screenwriter; and cast: Robert Englund – Freddy,  Mark Patton – Jesse Walsh; Kim Myers – Lisa Webber, and Robert Rusler – Ron Grady

 

  • Friday the 13th , the original – 35th Anniversary Reunion

Sean S. Cunningham, Creator and Director, and cast:  Ari Lehman – the original Jason Vorhees who will perform with his band First Jason, Adrienne King as Alice, Ron Millkie-Officer Dorf, Harry Manfredini – music score composer, Tom Savini – special effects and makeup legend – creator of original makeup for “Jason”

 

  • Demons – 30th Anniversary Reunion

Lamberto Bava, Director; and cast: Bobby Rhodes, Claudio Simonetti, Geretta Geretta, Sergio Stivaletti

 

  • Zach Galligan – Gremlins, Scott Tepperman – Ghost Hunters International, Crimson Mask Studios and Nightmare Gloves, The Ghouligans, Ken Kirzinger –Jason in Freddy vs. Jason, Patty Mullen – Frankenhooker, Thommy Hutson – wrote and produced documentary – “His Name was Jason – 30 years of Friday the 13th”, H G Lewis – The Godfather of Gore -his films paved the way for modern horror & exploitation – Herschell Gordon Lewis’ BloodMania film debuting in 2015.

 

Fire and Ice – Saturday, February 14

Special Skype appearance by Ralph Bakshi, Director; Gerry Conway, Writer; Sean Hannon; The Frazetta Girls representing the work of Frank Frazetta (deceased) co-creator of Fire and Ice.

 

Artist Alley & Exhibitors

Nightmare Gloves, WerePups, Carnevil zombie make unders, Crimson Mask Studios, Joe the Peacock –largest collection of original art from the Akira animated film, Brian Steward, Gary Niles Pop Art, Krave Art, Last Gasp, Frazetta Girls, 219th Brain Surgeons, Mostly Harmless Pictures, Weekend T.A.R.D.I.S, Adam Ahlbrandt, Big World Pictures, Buurenaar Verda Clan – Mandalorian Mercs(FL), Glasshouse Graphics, Ani-Mia, Eerie Von, Leeanna Vamp, Nicole Marie Jean, Ralph Bakshi Studios.  As of 8/29/14.

 

For exhibitor information, please contact Marc Ferman at shockpopcc@gmail.com.

 

Tickets are on sale now.  VIP Packages coming soon.  Special room rates are available at these fine hotels:  Bahia Mar Fort Lauderdale Beach-bahiamarhotel.com, Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina Hotel – fortlauderdalemarinahtel.com, Renaissance Fort Lauderdale – Marriott.com.  Ask for Shock Pop Comiccon and rates apply through December 10, 2014, or while supplies last. Connect with us:  shockpopcc.com, @shockpopcc, instagram.com/shockpopcc# and facebook.com/shockpopcc

Shock Pop Comiccon LLC is an organization dedicated to providing a unique and thrilling experience for all fans of pop culture, especially comic books and animation.  The show will feature exhibitors, a huge artist alley, intriguing programming, special guests and tons of cosplay.  www.shockpopcc.com.

Shock Pop Comiccon (February 2015)

Shock Pop Comiccon logo

Convention Name
  Shock Pop Comiccon
Convention Website Address
  http://shockpopcc.com
This convention will take place:
 
  • over multiple days.
Start Date (Format mm/dd/yyyy)
  02/13/2015
End Date (Format mm/dd/yyyy)
  02/15/2015
About This Convention
  Get ready! The 1st Annual Shock Pop Comiccon launches February 13-15, 2015 at the Broward County Convention Center, 1950 Eisenhower Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL. Shock Pop Comiccon is the newest pop culture experience celebrating your favorite movies, television shows, music, comics & animation, and toys & collectibles.  The event will feature an interactive 100,000 square foot show of Celebrities, Comic Artists & Writers, Cosplay, Animation, Music, Anime, Art Exhibits, Vendors, Panels & Autograph sessions, The Karate Kid Reunion, The Stars of Star Trek Continues Web Series, Friday the 13th 35th Anniversary Reunion, Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge 30th Anniversary Reunion, Demons 30th Anniversary Reunion, Fire & Ice Reunion, Geek Film Fest, and an Independent Film Maker Contest.

Highlights include (as of August 29, 2014): 

New announcements posted regularly on shockpopcc.com, @shockpopcc, instagram.com/shockpopcc# and facebook.com/shockpopcc

 

Celebrities & Special Guests – Movies/TV/Animation

John Waters – Performing “This Filthy World”

Robert Englund – Freddy in Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge

Steven Bauer – Ray Donovan, Scarface

David Anders – Once Upon A Time, Alias, I Zombies

Boobo Stewart – X-Men: Days of Future Past, Twilight Saga

Caity Lotz – Arrow, The Machine

Kristin Bauer – True Blood

Julie Benz – Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Dexter

Giancarlo Esposito – Gus Fring from Breaking Bad

Sylvester Mccoy- Dr. Who, The Hobbitt

Ralph Macchio – Karate kid, The Outsiders, My Cousin Vinny

C. Thomas Howell – The Outsiders, The Amazing Spiderman, Southland

Danny Trejo – Machete, Machete Kills, Sons of Anarchy

Daniel Cudmore – Colossus in X Men, Voltuir Felix in Twilight Saga

J August Richards – Angel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Michael Rosenbaum – Lex Luther in Smallville

Christopher Knight, Susan Olsen, Barry Williams – The Brady Bunch

Martin Kove – The Karate Kid, Rambo

Billy Zabka – The Karate Kid

Mark Ryan – Transformers voice of Lockdown

Jovanka Vuckovic – Clive Barker’s Jacqueline ESS, XX:The First All-Female Horror Anthology

Holly Frazetta – Frazetta Girls

Rytanya Alda – The Deer Hunter, Mommie Dearest

Man of Action – Founders Joe Kelly, Duncan Rouleau and Steven T. Seagle – Creators of Ben 10 and Big Hero 6, producers/writers of Marvel’s Avengers Assemble

H G Lewis – The Godfather of Gore -his films paved the way for modern horror and exploitation – Herschell Gordon Lewis’ BloodMania film debuting in 2015.

Cosplay

Ani-mia                         Leeanna Vamp             Nicole Marie Jean

Veron                           The Ghouligans           V is for Villians

219th Umbrella Brain Surgeons                                    Star Wars – 501 Everglades Squad

1701st Fleet                 Buurenaar Verda Clan – Mandalorian Mercs(FL)

 

Comic Artists & Writers

Steve Niles – Author, Novelist, and Screenwriter – 30 Days of Night, Cal Mcdonald, Army of Darkness, Bad Planet

Mark Alan Miller – Seraphim Films – writes, produces, and directs original content alongside master of horror Clive Barker.

Jimmy Palmiotti – writer of comic books, tv, video games and film- Thrill Seeker and Painkiller Jane, All-Star Western, GI Combat, Ame-Comi Girls, video game Injustice: Gods Among U

Amanda Conner – illustrator – Power Girl

Whilce Portacio – writer and artist-The Punisher/X-Men/Iron Man, etc.

William Simpson – artist – Batman, Judge Dredd, Hellblazer, now storyboard artist for Game of Thrones

Ben Templesmith – author and artist – 30 Days of Night, Fell, and worked on Star Wars, Doctor Who, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer

Mike Deodato, Jr. – artist – Malibu’s Santa Claws, Innovation’s Beauty and the Beast, Wonder Woman, Avengers, Elektra, Spiderman

Bob Schreck - Legendary Comics- edited Holy Terror, The Tower Chronicles, and Pacific Rim: Tales from Year Zero/writing and editing for Marvel and DC Comics

Joe Kelly – Man of Action – I Kill Giants

Duncan Rouleau – Man of Action – The Great Unknown

Steven T. Seagle – Man of Action – it’s a bird…

Gerry Conway – illustrator – Fire and Ice, The Punisher

Cully Hamner – artist and writer-Green Lantern: Mosaic, Blue Beetle, Black Lightning: Year One, Detective Comics. graphic novel Red

Kyle Higgins – writer & film director-Batman franchise at DC comics, Deathstroke, Captain America

Paul Jenkins – writer – Hulk, Origin, Spiderman

Scott Kolins – illustrator – The Flash

Scott Lobdell – writer – Red Hood

Laura Martin – digital color artist-JLA/serenity

John Beatty –illustrator – DC Comics, Captain America, The Punisher

 

 

Animation

Our talented guests at Shock Pop Comiccon are the voices behind some of The Biggest Characters in DC Comics animation & video games!

Richard Epcar – voice actor – Joker in Justice League, Mortal Kombat Vs DCU

Michael Rosenbaum – voice actor – Flash in Justice League Unlimited

Kristin Bauer – voice actor – Mera in Justice League Unlimited

Giancarlo Esposito – voice actor – Ra’s Al Ghul in Son of Batman.

Steven E. Gordon – Character Designer of X-Men: Evolution, The Swan Princess and The Ultimate Avengers, and Animator, Director, Storyboard Artist and Illustrator

Todd Haberkorn – voice actor – Mr. Spock in Star Trek Continues Web Series, Sgt. Frog as Keroro, Suzuka as Yamato, Ghost Hunt as Naru, Sands of Destruction as Kyrie

Sean Hannon – voice actor – Fire and Ice, 3D character animation

Stephen Mendel – film and voice actor- Fire and Ice, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Terminal

Vic Mignogna – anime and video game voice actor – Edward Elric in Fullmetal Alchemist, Executive Producer and Captain Kirk in Star Trek Continues Web Series

Hal Rayle – voice actor- Transformers, Swat Kids

Maggie Roswell – voice actor- The Simpsons, Fire & Ice

Ellyn Stern – voice actor –  Masaki Kurosaki in the hit anime series Bleach

Joe Casey – Man of Action – Sex

Joe Kelly – Man of Action – I Kill Giants

Duncan Rouleau – Man of Action – The Great Unknown

Steven T. Seagle – Man of Action – it’s a bird

 

Music

Eerie Von – famed musician from Danzig         The Misfits

Samhain                                                           V is for Villians

 

Anime

Vic Mignogna and Todd Haberkorn – Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock on the Star Trek Continues Web Series.

Richard Epcar –

Ellyn Stern –

Funimation Screenings

Art of Akira Exhibit

 

Movies

Shock Pop Comiccon Presents GeekFest Film Fest

Features, shorts, web series, trailers, fan films, parody music videos and more!  17 Selections are screening at Shock Pop Comiccon and include: Good Game Directed by Mary Ratliff, Posthuman Project Directed by Kyle Roberts, Valiant Directed by Robin G. Phillips and Star Wars: The Holo Experience Directed by Miguel Angel Sánchez and Cogolludo Santiago Hernández.

“The Outlaws of the Underground” – Indy Film Fest

Highlighting independent film makers who create “underground” horror and grindhouse style films.  Featuring:  Adam Ahlbrandt, Brian Williams, actress Ellie Church, and James Bickert – curator for the Drive in Invasion


Screenings

Director’s Cut -Albert Pyun’s Captain America and Directors Cut – Albert Pyun’s Cyborg.

“Friday the 13th Shock Night” –  February 13

  • A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge – 30th Anniversary Reunion

Jack Sholder, Director; David Chaskin, screenwriter; and cast: Robert Englund – Freddy,  Mark Patton – Jesse Walsh; Kim Myers – Lisa Webber, and Robert Rusler – Ron Grady

 

  • Friday the 13th , the original – 35th Anniversary Reunion

Sean S. Cunningham, Creator and Director, and cast:  Ari Lehman – the original Jason Vorhees who will perform with his band First Jason, Adrienne King as Alice, Ron Millkie-Officer Dorf, Harry Manfredini – music score composer, Tom Savini – special effects and makeup legend – creator of original makeup for “Jason”

 

  • Demons – 30th Anniversary Reunion

Lamberto Bava, Director; and cast: Bobby Rhodes, Claudio Simonetti, Geretta Geretta, Sergio Stivaletti

 

  • Zach Galligan – Gremlins, Scott Tepperman – Ghost Hunters International, Crimson Mask Studios and Nightmare Gloves, The Ghouligans, Ken Kirzinger –Jason in Freddy vs. Jason, Patty Mullen – Frankenhooker, Thommy Hutson – wrote and produced documentary – “His Name was Jason – 30 years of Friday the 13th”, H G Lewis – The Godfather of Gore -his films paved the way for modern horror & exploitation – Herschell Gordon Lewis’ BloodMania film debuting in 2015.

 

 

Fire and Ice – Saturday, February 14

Special Skype appearance by Ralph Bakshi, Director; Gerry Conway, Writer; Sean Hannon; The Frazetta Girls representing the work of Frank Frazetta (deceased) co-creator of Fire and Ice.

 

Artist Alley & Exhibitors

Nightmare Gloves, WerePups, Carnevil zombie make unders, Crimson Mask Studios, Joe the Peacock –largest collection of original art from the Akira animated film, Brian Steward, Gary Niles Pop Art, Krave Art, Last Gasp, Frazetta Girls, 219th Brain Surgeons, Mostly Harmless Pictures, Weekend T.A.R.D.I.S, Adam Ahlbrandt, Big World Pictures, Buurenaar Verda Clan – Mandalorian Mercs(FL), Glasshouse Graphics, Ani-Mia, Eerie Von, Leeanna Vamp, Nicole Marie Jean, Ralph Bakshi Studios.  As of 8/29/14.

For exhibitor information, please contact Marc Ferman at shockpopcc@gmail.com.

 

Tickets are on sale now.  VIP Packages coming soon.  Special room rates are available at these fine hotels:  Bahia Mar Fort Lauderdale Beach-bahiamarhotel.com, Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina Hotel – fortlauderdalemarinahtel.com, Renaissance Fort Lauderdale – Marriott.com.  Ask for Shock Pop Comiccon and rates apply through December 10, 2014, or while supplies last. Connect with us:  shockpopcc.com, @shockpopcc, instagram.com/shockpopcc# and facebook.com/shockpopcc

 

Shock Pop Comiccon LLC is an organization dedicated to providing a unique and thrilling experience for all fans of pop culture, especially comic books and animation.  The show will feature exhibitors, a huge artist alley, intriguing programming, special guests and tons of cosplay.  www.shockpopcc.com.

 

Venue Name and Address
  Broward County Convention Center
1950 Eisenhower Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33316
United States
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Number of Dealer/Exhibitor Tables
  150
Projected Attendance
  30000
Please select the Category that best describes the convention
  Comic Books
Additional Categories
 
  • Anime
  • Horror
  • Science Fiction and Fantasy
  • Collectibles
Guests
  See above.