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Press Release: Kitsune Robot to perform at Phoenix Comicon

[4 Feb 2010 | by | One Comment]

Phoenix, Ariz.–Kitsune Robot, one of the world’s first anime cover bands, is looking forward to attending Phoenix Comicon in May. “Kitsune Robot is a great way to show how people can make their passions come together,” said Scott Haag, Music Programming Manager. “People at Phoenix Comicon will love hearing their favorite themes performed live!” Formed in 2006, Kitsune Robot are

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PAX East Sells Out of 3-Day Passes

[4 Feb 2010 | by | Comments Off]

PAX stands for Penny Arcade Expo, a convention born from the Penny Arcade web-comic. For the past few years, PAX was a once a year convention held in Seattle over the summer, but for the first time, there is to be an East coast version too. For 2010, that location is Boston. Read more about ticket availability, and Wil Wheaton’s

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Press Release: Traditional Japanese Musicians The Yoshida Brothers to Perform at Otakon

[3 Feb 2010 | by | Comments Off]

Baltimore, MD (February 3, 2010) – Award-winning global sensations the Yoshida Brothers, whose music builds on traditional Japanese music, will be guests at Otakon 2010. They will perform on Friday night (exact time to be announced later), as well as signing autographs and participating on a panel. “We’ve been trying to enhance our cultural content over the last few years,”

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Press Release: C2E2 Announces Seven New Guests

[3 Feb 2010 | by | Comments Off]

LOSTies! This is C2E2 and NYCC Show Manager Lance Fensterman giving you your weekly behind-the-scenes glimpse at what’s going on in the world of the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo. Last night was the season premiere of the final season of LOST, which is exciting and tragic all at the same time. I don’t know what excitement Season 6 will

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What Every Convention Organizer Needs to Know About Registration

[3 Feb 2010 | by | Comments Off]

Ah, the registration line. The singular most frustrating element of a convention. Despite the fact that fandom cons have been going on for decades, so many of them continue to screw up the whole registration sales and pick up process. The fact that conventions that have been going on for years still struggle with this element of the con organizational