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  • Shock Pop Comiccon (February 2015)

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    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.

    T-MODE 2010 Convention

    March 14, 2010 by  
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    With just over a month to go, T-MODE 2010 is gearing up for a party like no other. The popular local anime and gaming convention makes its triumphant return April 16-18, 2010, and will be held this year at the Hilton Alexandria Old Town, just steps from the King Street Metro.

    T-MODE offers a chance to get up close and personal with some of your favorite guests, including voice actors Wendee Lee (“Cowboy Bebop,” “The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya”… enough shows that we could be here all day!), Todd Haberkorn (“D.Gray-Man,” “Claymore”) and Cristina Vee (“Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha,” “Anime TV”); author Roland Kelts (“Japanamerica”); musician Random (“Mega Ran”) and webcomic artists Jessi and Matt Pascal (“Geeks Next Door”) – with more surprises in store as the convention draws closer.

    Along with guests and performances, T-MODE 2010 presents video game tournaments, a Cosplay Variety Show and Masquerade Prom, live event sessions, an interactive video room, the Otaku Bazaar with vendors and artists and much, much more. T-MODE also offers several different membership options, including its signature collection of Otaku Passports for fans who prefer closer interaction with the convention guests. For a truly unforgettable weekend, check out the Otaku Passport Premier. Only five of these very special memberships will be sold, but T-MODE guarantees a VIP fan experience like no other. Registration is still open and available online at www.tmode.org.

    About T-MODE
    T-MODE is where Asian, western and urban pop culture collide into a completely fun and unique convention experience. Held in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, T-MODE is a “fun-sized” event that celebrates the fusion of anime, gaming, music, cosplay, and all things otaku. T-MODE also strives to create a friendly and more personal atmosphere for convention attendees.

    For more information about T-MODE and T-MODE 2010, please visit our Web site: www.tmode.org.

    Soul Eater English Cast to Appear at NY Anime Festival

    September 4, 2009 by  
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    SOUL EATER ENGLISH CAST TO APPEAR AT NY ANIME FESTIVAL

    Supernatural Anime Series Receives English-Language Debut In NYC

    Norwalk, CT, September 3, 2009: The New York Anime Festival (NYAF) today announced the main cast of FUNimation Entertainment’s upcoming supernatural anime series Soul Eater — Laura Bailey, Micah Solusod, Brittney Karbowski, Monica Rial, Todd Haberkorn, Jamie Marchi, and Cherami Leigh — will appear together for the first time at this September’s NYAF, and this cast appearance will serve as the pinnacle of a weekend of Soul Eater activities, including the English language premiere of the series. The cast along with Soul Eater Director Zach Bolton and Producer Masazumi Kato will join Yoshiyuki Tomino — the Director of Mobile Suit Gundam — and Yui Makino — the voice of Sakura in Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle — as guests at NYAF. Other than Soul Eater, NYAF premieres include Gurren Lagann: The Movie – Childhood’s End, Cencoroll, and 20th Century Boys.

    Soul Eater

    Soul Eater

    Soul Eater, based on a manga by Atsushi Ohkubo, follows Maka, Black Star, and Death The Kid, three students determined to turn their partners — living weapons — into powerful death scythes, weapons fit for Death himself. Charged with the task of collecting and devouring the tainted souls of ninety-nine humans and one witch, Maka and her fellow meisters strive to master their weapons as they face off against the bizarre and dangerous minions of the underworld. Laura Bailey stars as the voice of Maka, Micah Solusod portrays Soul, Brittney Karbowski plays Black Star, Monica Rial is Tsubaki, Todd Haberkorn voices Death The Kid, Jamie Marchi is Liz, and Cherami Leigh voices Patty.

    Producer Masazumi Kato will be coming all the way from Japan, where he’s been in charge of the overall promotion for Soul Eater, including advertisements, publicity, and DVDs.

    “We’re honored to partner with our friends at FUNimation to bring the main cast of Soul Eater to NYAF,” New York Anime Festival Show Manager Lance Fensterman said. “Soul Eater will be one of the biggest titles of 2010, and we’re excited to give it the launch it deserves in NYC!”

    “The premiere of Soul Eater on a stage as big as New York City? Now, that’s cool,” Soul Eater ADR Director Zach Bolton said.

    NYAF’s Soul Eater activity schedule follows…

    Yen Plus Giveaway

    Be one of the first 200 fans to come by the FUNimation booth any day of the show to take home a free copy of the latest issue of Yen Press’s Yen Plus magazine. Yen Press is the US publisher of the Soul Eater manga, and Soul Eater is serialized each month inside Yen Plus.

    Friday – 1:00 PM – FUNimation Booth (303)

    Saturday and Sunday – 10:00 AM – FUNimation Booth (303)

    Cast Signing

    Meet Laura Bailey (Maka), Micah Solusod (Soul), Brittney Karbowski (Black Star), Monica Rial (Tsubaki), Todd Haberkorn (Death The Kid), Jamie Marchi (Liz), Cherami Leigh (Patty), and Director Zach Bolton at a special signing at the FUNimation Booth!

    Friday – 4:00 to 5:30 PM – FUNimation Booth (303)

    Saturday – 3:30 to 5:00 PM – FUNimation Booth (303)

    Chalk Mural

    Eric Maruscak is an artist who specializes in massive murals drawn in chalk. He’s appeared at New York Comic Con and other conventions around the country, and he’s at NYAF this year creating a giant illustration of Maka, Black Star, and Death The Kid. Check out Eric’s work throughout the show to see Soul Eater larger than life!

    Friday, Saturday, and Sunday – All Day – Front of Exhibit Hall

    Soul Eater Panel and Screening

    Laura Bailey (Maka), Micah Solusod (Soul), Brittney Karbowski (Black Star), Monica Rial (Tsubaki), Todd Haberkorn (Death The Kid), Jamie Marchi (Liz), Cherami Leigh (Patty), and Director Zach Bolton along with Producer Masazumi Kato and representatives from both FUNimation and Yen Press present the first three episodes of FUNimation’s Soul Eater! Be one of the first fans to see what’ll be one of 2010’s biggest shows, and get the inside scoop about what’s ahead from the women and men at Soul Eater’s center!

    Saturday – 1:00 to 3:00 PM – ANA Theater (1A08 )

    Soul Eater Cosplay Meet Up

    Come by chalk artist Eric Maruscak’s Soul Eater mural on Sunday at 1 PM for a Soul Eater group photo! FUNimation’s asking all Soul Eater cosplayers to show up to get their pictures taken with Eric’s completed work of art and the American cast of Soul Eater, and, then, stay tuned to funimation.com and newyorkanimefestival.com for the photo once the show’s over!

    Sunday – 1:00 PM – Front of Exhibit Hall

    For Soul Eater cast bios or to purchase NYAF tickets, please visit the show’s official site (www.nyanimefestival.com). For the latest announcements, please visit NYAF’s official blog (www.mediumatlarge.net) or follow NYAF on Twitter (www.twitter.com/NY_Anime_Fest). For more on Soul Eater, visit the show’s official site (www.funimation.com/souleater).


    ABOUT FUNIMATION ENTERTAINMENT:

    FUNimation® Entertainment, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Navarre Corporation, is the leading company for home video sales of Japanese animation in the United States. FUNimation has a proven formula for launching and advancing brands, and manages a full spectrum of rights for most of its brands including broadcasting, licensing, production, internet, and home video sales and distribution. For more information about FUNimation Entertainment and its brands, visit www.funimation.com.

    ABOUT THE NEW YORK ANIME FESTIVAL:

    The New York Anime Festival takes place September 25-27, 2009 at the Jacob K. Javits Center in Midtown Manhattan and is organized by Reed Exhibitions, the creators of New York Comic Con. The New York Anime Festival showcases the best of anime pop culture, including the latest anime, manga, Japanese cinema, music, and games, and anime-influenced comics, animation, and films from around the world. The festival features exclusive and extensive screenings, a gala cosplay masquerade, sessions with the some of the biggest names in anime from Japan, Asia, and America, and explores the Japanese cultural experience with displays of both traditional and cutting-edge Japanese life. Further information can be found at newyorkanimefestival.com.

    ABOUT REED EXHIBITIONS POP CULTURE GROUP:

    The Pop Culture Group at Reed Exhibitions owns and operates the New York Comic Con (NYCC), the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo (C2E2), and the New York Anime Festival (NYAF). New York Comic Con was launched in 2006 and quickly became a dominant presence in the pop culture world of public events. In 2009, 452 companies exhibited at NYCC for a total of 84,000 square feet of paid exhibit space, and it has been ranked by Crain’s New York Business as the second-largest annual event in NYC. C2E2, which will debut April 16 – 18 at Chicago’s McCormick Place Convention Center, is modeled after NYCC and will provide fans the opportunity to meet and greet their favorite writers, creators, and artists, as well as to see, hear and learn about the latest and greatest in comics, graphic novels, anime, manga, video games, toys, movies, and television. The Pop Culture Group also operates the recently-launched UFC Fan Expo in partnership with the UFC – the world’s leading professional mixed martial arts organization – and it formed a strategic partnership with Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) in 2008 and will work closely with PAX on the launch of PAX East in Boston in 2010.