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homestuckfaller:
when are the forms goings to come out for artist/dealer alley

August 1st.

# homestuckfaller


Please join KotoriCon at the fantastic AMC Deptford 8 theatre for a special one night screening of the new Japanese “Ghost in the Shell” prequel! Here is a chance to support anime in your local theatre. All tickets are pre-registered and sold online only; we must sell 72 tickets for the theatre to screen the film. It is in Japanese with subtitles in English. Cosplay encouraged! Wednesday June 11 at 7:30 PM http://www.tugg.com/events/9543



greaserpaint:
if you don't mind me asking, for the cherry blossom festival are the tickets going to be sold at the door or just online?

Yes, the festival will be selling tickets at the door.

# the-greaser-and-the-mime


Kotori’s Cherry Blossom Festival

Saturday, April 5, welcomes in this years Cherry Blossom Festival. There will be a Frozen screening, live music, a cosplay event, video games, card games, artists, and lunch!

There is a ten dollar fee to attend. Proceeds will go to charity (LiNK and Mothers Matter).

More information can be found on facebook and tickets can be purchased on eventbrite.



aglennco:

In a galaxy far far away, there is one very dandy Kotori—a space cowboy; a guardian of the galaxy. He has gone where no Kotori has gone before. He is SPACE KOTORI
I’ve spent the week wrangling Kotori for Kotoricon 2015 and now you can gaze upon him too! Can’t wait to see you all next year!!

What’s your favorite thing about space? Mine is space.

aglennco:

In a galaxy far far away, there is one very dandy Kotori—a space cowboy; a guardian of the galaxy. He has gone where no Kotori has gone before. He is SPACE KOTORI

I’ve spent the week wrangling Kotori for Kotoricon 2015 and now you can gaze upon him too! Can’t wait to see you all next year!!

What’s your favorite thing about space? Mine is space.

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# Kotoricon # Kotoricon 2015


mingomeep:

Shingeki no highschool???

This might be our favorite cosplay photo.

mingomeep:

Shingeki no highschool???

This might be our favorite cosplay photo.



Thank You!

Thank-you to the 1,200 attendees of KotoriCon, who are happy, friendly, and make all the work worthwhile.
Thank-you to the Artists and Dealers who bring a wide variety of talent and merchandise as well as smiles and warm hearts. All the money the dealers and artists paid to come, plus the $800+ earned at the charity auction all are contributed to our charities along with money from our tickets.
Thank-you to the talented musicians from around the world who brought the crowds to life.
Thank-you to the actors, comedians and performers who bring smiles to our faces and shared their stories.
Thank-you to the security and facilities folks who always make us feel welcome. The College has been good to KotoriCon.
Thank-you to the hardworking panelists and groups that brought us gaming rooms, Danger room, Maid Cafe and activities to involve us in new experiences.
A sincere thank-you to the exhausted hoard of orange shirted volunteers who were still smiling at the end of a long road organizing and running this con.
Thank-you to the sky deities who worked overtime in raising the temperature.
And finally, thank-you to our families who put up with all the time we spend to be together this one day.
KotoriCon was a success thanks to all of you.

# kotoricon # kotoricon 2014


Another nice article about the convention, with a good number of photos! Maybe you made the news. Read it here.

Another nice article about the convention, with a good number of photos! Maybe you made the news. Read it here.

# kotoricon


A really nice article about the convention! Maybe your photo is in here or you were interviewed! Read it here.

A really nice article about the convention! Maybe your photo is in here or you were interviewed! Read it here.

# kotoricon


Good night at KotoriCon - 335 people got their badges and great music in the Fine Arts Center.
We get to announce a special guest - Tom Wayland. Tom will fill the schedule slots where Sonny Strait was unable to come. Signs will be posted with details. 
Wayland has produced and/or directed hundreds of anime programs such as Now & Then, Here & There, Revolutionary Girl Utena, Alien Nine, The World of Narue, Ichi the Killer, Mew Mew Power, Magical Do Re Mi, GI Joe, and currently serves as the voice director on the hit series “Pokemon”.
Wayland is also a very busy voice actor having appeared in hundreds of titles currently airing on Cartoon Network, Fox, WB, Nickelodeon or available on DVD including Yugi-oh 5Ds as Crow, Lester, and Nervin, GI Joe as Stormshadow, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as Jammerhead, Pokemon as Flint, Reggie, Arceus, and numerous creatures, and Ikki Tousen as Kakuton. Keep an ear out for his latest work as one of the lead characters - Finn in Tai-Chi Chasers.

Good night at KotoriCon - 335 people got their badges and great music in the Fine Arts Center.

We get to announce a special guest - Tom Wayland. Tom will fill the schedule slots where Sonny Strait was unable to come. Signs will be posted with details. 

Wayland has produced and/or directed hundreds of anime programs such as Now & Then, Here & There, Revolutionary Girl Utena, Alien Nine, The World of Narue, Ichi the Killer, Mew Mew Power, Magical Do Re Mi, GI Joe, and currently serves as the voice director on the hit series “Pokemon”.

Wayland is also a very busy voice actor having appeared in hundreds of titles currently airing on Cartoon Network, Fox, WB, Nickelodeon or available on DVD including Yugi-oh 5Ds as Crow, Lester, and Nervin, GI Joe as Stormshadow, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as Jammerhead, Pokemon as Flint, Reggie, Arceus, and numerous creatures, and Ikki Tousen as Kakuton. Keep an ear out for his latest work as one of the lead characters - Finn in Tai-Chi Chasers.

# kotoricon # Kotoricon 2014