KEISER SUPER CON ISSUE #2 December 4-5, 2020 Guests Stephen O'Pry -writer of Zombiearth: The zombie apocalypse has arrived. Can a group of family and friends overcome the struggles in this new world? Can they survive the monsters without turning into monsters themselves? This is an excellent story with relate-able characters that will keep you invested in finding out how everything turns out in the end. Full Steam Ahead Cosplay and Production - Cosplay duo that creates Steampunk props, jewelry, costumes, and extras. They love to teach Steampunk and about the creativity that goes into it. Come join them at Keiser Super Con and find out what teacup races are all about! MZ Cosplay and Workshop- Cosplayer and prop-maker with 20 years experience. He was the guy behind the Toothless Cosplay at the first Keiser Super Con, and we can't wait to see what he brings to Issue #2. Gotham Underground - Central Florida based co
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Friday, December 4, 2020-Saturday, December 5, 2020 The vendor form is now working for online registration for Keiser Super Con Issue #2 . If you are interesting in being a vendor, you can sign up at the link below, or let me know if you would prefer a paper form at email@example.com. Vendor fees are the same as last year $50 includes 2 event passes, 5' x 2' table and 2 chairs in an 8' x 8 ' space. You can add additional passes, electricity, additional spaces, and/or additional tables and chairs. If you want to bring your own table instead of using ours, we can arrange that too. If you need anything for set up that you don't see listed, let me know and we'll work it out. Set up on Friday will be open from 2p.m. - 5 p.m. If you can't make it Friday night, you can set up as early as 7:30 a.m. on Saturday. I know several of our awesome vendors from our first event are planning to come back, and I look forward to seeing new faces this year
Keiser Super Con Issue #2 Our next Issue of Keiser Super Con will be December 4 & 5, 2020. What a year 2020 has been! We have our 3rd set of dates now, and we're hoping the asteroid misses the planet and Godzilla remains in the deep so we can still pull off our con this year. Many of our vendors are still committed to attending, and I am hoping we can add a few more. I am not sure what the world of "normalcy" is going to look like by the time we get to December, but I am committed to this Con still living up to my expectations and being bigger and better than last year. I know our wonderful guests and vendors will be the reason why that happens. So come and check us out. We are still donating all proceeds to the Leukemia and Lymphoma society. We also still have some great raffle items and beyond amazing panels planned.