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​Uncle Yo

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Uncle Yo returns to Kotoricon for another round of laughs tailor-made for the geek culture. His standup comedy routine has been seen at Zenkaikon, AnimeNEXT, Otakon, and New York Comic Con/Anime Fest. He can be heard on his weekly podcast “We are the Geek” where he takes on the latest current events and delivers reviews of the anime/game industry to keep you in the loop. A rising icon and crowd favorite wherever he goes, Uncle Yo isn’t to be missed. Get ready to say Uncle!
For the 5th year in a row Uncle Yo will help us raise money for charity at our charity auction! Its a highlight of KotoirCon so don't miss it! He is also helping remember CJ Henderson at a memorial panel of readings. He has scheduled his standup comedy. If you are coming on Friday, catch him at the Cosplay Pro Wrestling show!

Ian Rubin

Announcing Ian Rubin is coming to KotoriCon 2015! Ian Rubin is a young comedian and actor currently studying at Rowan University. This is his third KotoriCon and he has been a big supporter of our events. He has been traveling all around the east coast, entertaining crowds of geeks, and expressing what it is like to be a nerd when no one around him understands!

 Ian Rubin is a young comedian and actor currently studying at Rowan University. This is his third KotoriCon and he has been a bi​g supporter of our events. He has been traveling all around the east coast, entertaining crowds of geeks, and expressing what it is like to be a nerd when no one around him understands!


​Cosplay Pro Wrestling

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KotoriCon fans will be very excited that we are featuring a new event on the evening of Friday January 9 : Cosplay Professional Wrestling.
These are Pro Wrestlers cosplaying as your favorite characters from anime and comics. This unique event will keep you on the edge of your seat!​
Mike Goldstein is bringing thi​s show to KotoriCon!

Mystic Realms

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Lived any good stories lately?  Mystic Realms is a theatrical live-action role-playing group that has been putting on immersive events for over eighteen years.  One of the oldest in the country, their events span a range of genres from high fantasy to zombie apocalypse, horror to science-fiction, Super-heroes and more.  Mystic Realms presents their "Danger Room" at Kotoricon where you can live out a variety of adventures
 and genres using an easy to learn skill and combat system.  Visit them at

​Scott Melzer

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Scott is the head writer and director of the anime fan parody group NoN.D.E. Fanfilms. Scott grew up on Speed Racer and Star Blazers, having no idea of the shows' origins. In college he learned the truth: they were Japanese, and there were uncut versions of these shows! And there were conventions! Rabid otakunization soon followed. In 2001 he tried his hand at directing fan parodies, and the homage to fans and fandom "This Is Otakudom" was the result, followed by "S.T.E.A.M.: The Movie" in 2005 and "Fanboy
Soze" in 2011.  Scott is currently developing his fourth film and spreads the joy of parodies by showing screenings of Abridged shows and Fan Parodies at cons along the east coast.  He'll also be helping out at the Mystic Realms Danger Room so come by!



 

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