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So is it a hard confirm that the gathering is 2pm Friday? I couldn't find an official statement. Not cosplaying AA but I do want to say hi to everyone.

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I'll be attending as Teddie.

YAY!! TEDDIE!!!!!!!! I'm so excited by this. :D

Big Teddie fan I take it? XD

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I'll be attending as Teddie.

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Panels and Workshops / Re: Comedy Club at Fanime 2010 Updated: 5/16/2010
« on: January 27, 2011, 12:35:55 AM »
Hey guys thought I'd post in and say that I think I know some people who are good at hosting and organizing panels. Ever since I entered Last Comic Standing I've been keeping tabs with the Sol Cal nerd comedians and have done a few extra shows with them. They're affiliated with a great nerd standup group call Comics on Comics and have connections with many comedians in the area. If anything we can add them to our numbers as we've always had an issue with time.  

http://www.facebook.com/?ref=logo#!/home.php?sk=group_134342019956439&ap=1

The two possible outcomes I can foresee are....

1. They submit the paper work and register the panel under their name and they're in charge/
2. One of us proposes the idea and we run the show and invite them to perform for open mic.

To all the fans and supports let me first say that I've always stressed that this thing was Aya's show and we have our own solid roster of fan favorites. These guys are more than capable of running a comedy club and will be doing so at AOD next month. The question is what you guys want to do. I owe you guys a lot for the support you've given me and I would have never gone on to do bigger things if it wasn't for my training and practice here. The decision needs to be made and it needs to be made soon. If nothing is said I'll just tell the group to make the panel as it's better to have them run the comedy club than have no comedy club at all but I feel like this is a huge step and we should talk about a bit.

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I must have had my picture taken 15 times throughout the entire convention, but I have looked through this thread and the sister thread on cosplay.com and have yet to see any pics of me or my trio.

I was the only MASK DE SMITH at Fanimecon this year.



Gottcha and the rest of your group bro
http://img532.imageshack.us/i/dscn0519e.jpg/

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I'll go through this thread when I'm not so tired but here's my cosplay list

Niijima - History's Strongest Disciple Kenichi
Mike Meekins - Phoenix Wright
Rin Tohsaka - Fate/Stay Night
Teddie - Persona 4

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Sorry for missing the first half of the club, I had to pick up something in the Fairmont and got a killer nosebleed along the way. However I will say the audience was VERY pleased with this club and appreciated the fact that the performers all went out with their guns blazing. Now all that's needed is videos and we'll be all set.

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Bumping thread due to fanime coming close

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Hiya folks, late reply I know.

Most likely I'll be taking pictures there for my own personal collection but I'll be cosplaying to. I hope to run into other fans of "History's Strongest Disciple Kenichi" cause I would love to nerd out with more people on that subject

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Might as well go as everyone's favorite uniformed punching bag. I'll be attending as Mike Meekins from Phoenix Wright

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Panels and Workshops / Re: Comedy Club at Fanime 2010 Updated: 3/29/10
« on: April 13, 2010, 12:25:11 AM »
GUN FOR IT GLITCH!

Any fallout occurs, I got your back!

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Day 0 rocks cause you get a huge chunk of line waiting out of the way. By far registration has the largest line in the con and to wait all while con events are going around you really drives up your anxiousness and makes you impatient. When you're at Day 0 pretty much there's nothing really huge going on so you can just snag your badge and just relax with con attendees.

Also you're not considering the people who fly or drive long distances. If people want to experience Day 1 right from the get-go they're either going to have to catch super early flights or leave their homes at super early hours and then wait in the long registration line.

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Panels and Workshops / Re: Comedy Club at Fanime 2010 Updated: 3/29/10
« on: April 10, 2010, 02:16:58 PM »
I really think we should play it safe this year and go with a one-hour time slot. Better to leave the audience wanting more than to drive them away from giving them too much. Also Doctor, I am confident in your capabilities of running a 30 minute set but let's not overwhelm everyone with your awesome talent.

Pfft, of course I was being facetious.

Apparently you were too. Even so, I AM awesome.


Regarding Stage Zero: What exactly is it?

It seems like a very vague performance opportunity. But performance for what?

I'm up for it, if time/space permits, naturally.

Stage Zero is Fanime's 24 hour performance/promotion area. Set smack dab in the middle of the main convention hallway, Stage Zero host a wide variety of acts to entertain the crowd. There's charity auctions, dance offs, drawing competitions, trivia game shows, guest interviews and even improv. The key thing about stage zero is that there's always SOMETHING going on and in general people always watch these event. The sign ups are for us to us their resources to our advantage so we're pretty much free to showcase whatever we want. Like I said, we gather the comedians together and we do quick three minute stand-up bits to generate buzz for our panel.

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Count me in, I'll be going as Teddie from Persona 4.

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Cosplay.com link
http://www.cosplay.com/showthread.php?t=203637

Time: Sunday 1PM (tentative)
Location: Fountains
General Activities: Pictures, nerding out, possible lunch and of course S.Link Building

Seeing how there's an RPG gathering at fanime this year, and there will be Shin Megami peeps there, I thought it's only fitting that we all get together for general fun. Pretty much I I choose 1 PM as the RPG gahtering is at 11 AM so people involved can have time to actually enjoy the gathering and rest up a bit before heading to the one I'm organizing.

We always have one every year yet there hasn't been a thread dedicated to the event yet so to save time and headaches I thought it would be fitting one make one now. The exact day and time I'm not too sure on as of yet and currently I'm just gauging overall interest among the fanime attendance to see if we can go into our third year.

Attending List
Cosplay Cyborg - Alice Teddie?
G-Force - Human Teddie
edenmon - Yukari
heeroyuy135 - Junpei
Varnani and Friend - Femcee Ryougi

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Panels and Workshops / Re: Comedy Club at Fanime 2010 Updated: 3/29/10
« on: April 09, 2010, 12:44:55 AM »
Time slots are being filled fast folks and I can't run a 15 minute set solo as then it will over-saturate my act. I see the time slot being filled with us performs on stage giving a bit of a highlight reel of our routines and getting the audience laughing then we'll advertise the main panel. I'm a free agent during the entire con but I gotta know when you folks are free to go as well.

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Panels and Workshops / Re: Comedy Club at Fanime 2010 Updated: 3/29/10
« on: April 08, 2010, 01:38:35 AM »
I really think we should play it safe this year and go with a one-hour time slot. Better to leave the audience wanting more than to drive them away from giving them too much. Also Doctor, I am confident in your capabilities of running a 30 minute set but let's not overwhelm everyone with your awesome talent.

Also people, I think there's an opportunity Stage Zero is offering that we should totally exploit.

http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,13718.0.html

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Panels and Workshops / Re: Comedy Club at Fanime 2010 Updated: 3/29/10
« on: April 01, 2010, 09:40:54 PM »
My bad glitch, 8 performers.

The thing was last year we did not eat up a lot of time. We worked with a two hour panel and even without time restrictions the six of us struggled to go past the 1 hour 30 minute mark. The long panel time really hurt us overall last year as some of us felt rather pressured to take up as much time as possible and thus we did bore the audience to a certain degree. Time limits force us to go right for the throat ASAP and to tighten up our pacing. Even if all of us went 10 minutes I believe that leaving 35 minutes of cush time might be a tad excessive. 

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Panels and Workshops / Re: Comedy Club at Fanime 2010 Updated: 3/29/10
« on: April 01, 2010, 02:36:24 AM »
Quick we gotta take a final head count. So far from what I've gathered our performers are...

Aya
Pablo
G
Havok
New Guy from Last Year (need name)
New Girl Contacting Aya
The Doctor

7 people running 10 minute sets would push the panel to just shy over an hour. If we get a two our slot then that leaves us with 50 minutes left to spare, far too big of a gap to leave unaccounted for. There's always an option of going 15 minutes but that's just WAY too much performing time and people WILL get bored.

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Panels and Workshops / Re: Comedy Club at Fanime 2010 Updated: 3/8/10
« on: March 28, 2010, 12:02:55 PM »
What if everyone on the roster this year had a meetup prior to the panel? Like a pow-wow to go over our material and tweak it appropriately so that we all are as entertaining for the audience as possible.

Since this isnt a competition, there's no reason for us to not work together to make the panel as kick arse as possible.

We really should get to know each other more, I mean we've been working together as a team for three years now. However with me, I really wouldn't benefit from doing a preview performance in front of you guys as I really can't get my rhythm unless I'm performing in front of a decently sized crowd.

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