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J1-Con 2019 Guests: Garbled Podcast

“We started this podcast because we want people to understand that conversation is okay. That whether or not you agree with the person you are speaking with is secondary to the process of the conversation itself. We certainly don’t have all the answers when it comes to the conversations we are having; and that is …

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J1-Con 2019 Cosplay Guests: Paladins of Cosplay

The Paladins of Cosplay – Originally thought up in 2006, two friends wanted to share their love for sci-fi & comics through cosplay. Now at 20 members, the groups’ purpose is to welcome like-minded individuals & collaborate on group costumes & projects. We consist of skilled makers specializing in (but not limited to) Foam Smith, …

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J1-Con 2019 Musical Guest: DJ OZNO

An Architect of Anime Intro’s, Nerdcore, J Pop, K Pop, Nostalgic Cartoon Themes, House, Trance, Dance, Dubstep, EDM, Hip Hop, R & B, Old Skool, and more… As well as specializing in Blends and Mixes. More than just a “person who spins, pushes buttons, and plays music”, DJ OZNO guarantees to develop and enhance the …

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J1-Con Cosplay Guests: Philadelphia Web-Warriors

The Philadelphia Web-Warriors are a Philadelphia Based cosplay group who raise money for multiple charities. The Philadelphia Web-Warriors deal with Breast Cancer Awareness, and Potential Inc. an Autism Based Charity. They have risen money via roam arounds, local conventions, and donating their time toward local events that are charity based as well. The Philadelphia Web-Warriors have …

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J1-Con 2019 Guest: Christian Espiritusanto

Christian Espiritusanto started drawing  since he was five years old, and continued on  through the years. As he got older and wanted to perfect his craft he attended The Joe Kubert School of Cartooning in Dover, New Jersey. Christian learned to break into the comics industry from publishing companies such as Marvel, DC, dynamite comics that …

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Voice Actor, Greg Houser will be at J1-Con 2019!

We’d like to invite Greg as a good example of “you’re doing it wrong” for the rest of our attendees. He originally joined the voice acting ranks through his background in IT and Engineering (no, seriously). Earning advanced degrees from Pennsylvania State University and studying drama with the Walnut St. Theatre, the Wilma Theatre, and …

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The J1-Con 2019 Schedule is LIVE!!!

That’s right y’all… We asked for fan panels and we received SO MANY! We had more submissions that we had slots.  We apologize, but know that you will have a better chance next year. Please attend and support so that we can grow and we can add even more panels. We also are featuring some …

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J1-Con 2019 Guest: Random Ramblings with Rob!

“I started this podcast at the tail end of my military career in 2016. I wanted a way to chronicle the past 16 years at that point in my life. The idea was to write a book about all my misadventures, but recording the conversations with my fellow service mates as we talked about our …

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J1-Con 2019 Cosplay Guest: VioletteVerse

VioletteVerse is a 7yr old cosplayer, youtuber and superhero in training. Her super power is to make people smile. Her mission is to change the world one smile at a time. She has been cosplaying since she was 3 years old. She loves superheroes and good deeds. As a cosplayer she loves to put smiles …

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J1-Con 2019 Guest: Nikki Loba

Her name is Nikki Loba! She is a strong activist in mental health care and cosplay is her passion for about 12 years. Nikki loves all things original, creative and stand for humanity. In her words, “Cosplay is the love of character portrayal. It is an art, attention to detail and form of acting.” From …

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