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Concinnity 17 and Kappa Kon 2017
April 8, 2017 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm| $10 - $15
“We are again pleased to bring you Concinnity! This year we are teamed up with Kappa Kon to bring you two cons as one! It is that time of year, time to set aside April 8, 2017, in your calender so you can join us for this fun-filled event.
If you enjoy science fiction, anime, Dr. Who, gaming, etc….. consider stopping in at Concinnity 17 held on the campus of the Milwaukee School of Engineering. Below is a list of what we offer at the convention! ”
-dealers with a diverse array of goods
-engaging guest speakers
-lively and informative discussion panels
-a challenging and beguiling living dungeon
-movie, sci-fi, and anime viewings
-paint and take miniatures
-games of all kinds: video, board, role playing, and many others
-AND SO MUCH MORE!
Animation writer, director, and producer working on series such as The Simpsons, Recess, Rugrats, Lloyd in Space, The Tracey Ullman Show, and Beethoven: The Animated Series. He has also worked on movies such as Big, Say Anything…, and Broadcast News.
STEVEN W. HILL
Author of Silver Scream (Vols. 1 and 2), Doctor Who: Red, White and Who: The Story of Doctor Who
in America, and writer/performer of Mysterious Theater 337 and Thriller Theater! as well as the founder
of Gallifrey Base, the worlds largest Doctor Who forum.
Contributor to the books Silver Scream (Vols. 1 and 2), author of Doctor Who: Red, White and Who: The
Story of Doctor Who in America, composer and musician on independent film scores and convention
JENNIFER ADAMS KELLEY
Contributor to the Hugo award winning book Chicks Dig Time Lords, author of Doctor Who: Red, White
and Who: The Story of Doctor Who in America, and convention organizer and costuming expert.
Independent Comic book artist and writer of Critical Mass
and the ongoing Tales of New Chicago web comic strip.
Find out more about him and his work at
BRIAN “CAPT. CORRUGATE” NEUBAUER
Special effects and model builder, worked on miniature effects for the Emmy Award winning Pioneers of
Television, as seen on PBS. Find out more about him at http://www.binerman.com/
THE COSPLAY DAD
Cosplay Dad’s daughter got him started in cosplaying about 9 years ago with cosplaying Stone from Teen Titans. Cosplay Dad was inspired to give himself his name after receiving the nickname from voice actor Vic Mignogna. The Cosplay Dad’s day job is to teach for GE Healthcare all over the world so many parts of his cosplays have been made in other countries. When he is not cosplaying, he likes to help with Boy Scouts or play games with his family.
Koala Cosplay has been cosplaying for 10 years now, 9 with her father, the Cosplay Dad. In those 9 years, she has learned so much and has grown closer with her dad, knowing that not everyone is lucky enough to be able to cosplay with their family, much less have them approve of this odd hobby of dressing up like fictional characters. Her favorite cosplays that she’s made so far have been Korra (from Legend of Korra season 2) and Miss Martian (from Young Justice). Above all else she believes that anyone can cosplay, and that you should be comfortable in your own skin cosplaying whomever you choose.
Pre-Registration closes on Thursday, April 6th at 11:59pm!
The con will have advance ticket price cost of $10 per person, $5 with student ID, and FREE for MSOE students – the same price as last year’s con.
At the Door prices will be vey similar at $15 for a membership, and $10 with school ID, still free for MSOE students (as MSOE’s MAGE club helps sponsor the con).
We will continue to have our +$10 upgrade for the V.I.P membership, but will only have a limited number available.
You can also keep in touch via our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/
Custom Processing Unlimited
Berry Blitz Studio
Cranberry Leopard Emporium
Kepis & Dream Catchers
25th Hour Crafts
Karen Pauli Designs
The Dragon’s Tailor
Glitter and Steam