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Welcome to the schedule for Katsucon 19 in 2013!

Katsucon is an annual 3-day fan convention held in the D.C. metro area for multicultural enthusiasts and entertainment. Katsucon is produced by Katsucon Entertainment, Inc. (KEI), a 501(c)(3) educational non-profit organization dedicated to bringing information about Japanese animation, society, and traditional and popular culture to fans everywhere.

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Friday, February 15 • 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Webcomic Artist Joint Panel

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To combat Earth's mightiest villains, the webcomics artists here at Katsucon have banded together. However, due to Earth's badly polluted atmosphere, their powers can only sustain them for sixty minutes, Go, webcomic artists! Fight in the name of love and justice!


Speakers
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Chisuji

Original Artist – Code Name: Leo “The BitMonkey” Saunders Occupation: “Systemized Organic War Machine”………and part-time hack artist Current Mission: Finding his attention span long enough to complete art work Like most children born in the 70’s, Leo Saunders was one of many European experimental government attempts at creating a new breed of soldier…They failed miserably! What... Read More →
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Harknell

Harknell is the quieter half of the Onezumi Studios team. He prevents Oni Hartstein from punching anyone in the face and many other things. He is best known for his production work on Oni’s Lovecraftian Webcomic @ Onezumi.com and her awesome quirky, spooky lifestyle blog @Onezumiverse.com. He also supports the creative community through his WordPress plugin development @Awsom.org. As co-founder of Intervention, the... Read More →
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Mookie

Michael “Mookie” Terracciano is the author and artist of the fantasy webcomic, “Dominic Deegan: Oracle for Hire.” Since its humble beginnings over ten years ago it has received acclaim for its addictive storylines, memorable characters, painful puns, awful alliteration and (gasp!) reliable update schedule. Want to know what’s so interesting about a grumpy seer, a deformed sorceress, a talking cat, and their... Read More →
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Obsidian

The internet has stated that Obsidian Abnormal was once part of Captain Planet’s team, that he broke an “unbreakable” comb, and that he rick-rolled Rick Astley himself. He was also never voted off the island and single-handedly stopped the Mayan Apocalypse. You’re welcome. O is also known for creating Commissioned Comic , and being the artist on Hello With Cheese, The Monster Alphabet, Scurvy Dogs and... Read More →
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Onezumi

Call me “Oni”. It’s easier. | I am a bohemian art miscreant that lives in New Jersey and runs OnezumiVerse, a lifestyle blog that happens to be the most influential and authentic voice focusing on quirkiness and haunted attractions. I have worked professionally for The Disney Channel, but decided I wanted creative control over my work and have been a strong voice in webcomics for over 9 years. I draw Stupid and Insane... Read More →
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Kevin Bolk

Kevin Bolk is a freelance cartoonist, illustrator, and proud alumnus of Awesome University (his favorite imaginary alma mater). Although he’s done work for Nickelodeon, Tokyopop, Udon Entertainment, Blind Ferret Entertainment, and Voices For, he’s best known for his parody webcomics “It Sucks to be Weegie” and “Ensign Sue Must Die!” as part of Interrobang Studios’ Pot Luck Comics. His art has also been... Read More →
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T. Campbell

An ex-stage actor and failed Internet shut-in, T Campbell has written eighteen gazintillion pages of comics, won some awards and gotten high-flying writers to praise his work, so if you don’t love his series, it’s probably your own damn fault. Besides Guilded Age, his series include Quiltbag, Penny and Aggie, Fans, Rip and Teri, Widgetitis, Divalicious and Cool Cat Studio, plus about fourteen seconds’ worth of work for Marvel... Read More →
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Dern Gendron

According to the internet, Darren J. Gendron once ate a bear from the inside out. He simply walked into Mordor. He won a staring competition with a fish, fought a hydra with just one hand and some bacon, and his Kevin Bacon number is four. Dern is the writer of Hello With Cheese and The Monster Alphabet, and he’s the designer of Scurvy Dogs and Póstumo: The Deck of the Dead. If you come in contact with Dern in the wild... Read More →
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Mike Hall

Darkstar Studios is a web comic collective founded in 2007 by Mike Hall. It is currently home to: “Across the Multiverse” by Mike Hall, “Fajita” by Ryan Thompson, and “[sic] Productions” By Mike Hall and Brian Godwin. Darkstar also welcomes the newest addition to it’s roster “Assassin Pixie” by John Peters and Vincent Sneed. you can see all these comics... Read More →
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Phil Kahn

A longtime Professional Neckbeard, Phil Kahn has spent a few years writing for various Webcomic, Webcomic Criticism, and Webcomic Enthusiast sites, and is now trying to take his accumulated knowledge and put it all to good use on Guilded Age. While building a daytime career as an IT Support Specialist and Pokémon Trainer, he also spends a great deal of time practicing silly voices/faces in front of a mirror for the inevitable day where the... Read More →
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Tavisha Simons-Wolfgarth

Tavisha produces her art and stories under the studio name of Tavicat (and sometimes ìWiredPsycheî) along with her husband, Rikki Simons. After a decade of publishing manga-influenced comics in the American market, Tavisha has had the opportunity to work with a variety of properties, attaching her much loved spin to them. A fan favorite, Tavisha has designed manga versions of established western cartoon characters for... Read More →
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Ryan Thompson

Darkstar Studios is a web comic collective founded in 2007 by Mike Hall. It is currently home to: “Across the Multiverse” by Mike Hall, “Fajita” by Ryan Thompson, and “[sic] Productions” By Mike Hall and Brian Godwin. Darkstar also welcomes the newest addition to it’s roster “Assassin Pixie” by John Peters and Vincent Sneed. you can see all these comics... Read More →


Friday February 15, 2013 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Live 4 (National Harbor 5)

Attendees (14)