PCAC is Happy to Announce that Early Bird Pre-Reg and First 100 Tickets are now on sale for our 2017 Convention. Save yourself some Money with a Early Bird Pre-Reg, or save yourself some time with a First 100 Ticket! Please spread the word! Can’t wait to see you all next year!
August 19th and 20th, 2017!
PCAC Pre-Reg Sale Prices:
$30 until December 31, 2016
$35 from Jan 1, 2017 to June 30th
Here is our schedule for you all to peruse and plan your weekend at PopCult Anime Con 2016. Pre-reg Badges can be picked up on Friday from 6pm-10pm. We’ve had a couple of last minute additions to our events, including a Taiko Drumming demonstration!
Have a happy PopCult Anime Con!
Hey fellow fans!
As per PCAC rules, Masquerade participants under the age of 16 must have a parental consent form filled out before they may perform in our masquerade.
You can find the Form Here
Additional Masquerade rules are Here
At Con Masquerade sign-ups are subject to availability. Please check in at Cosplay HQ on August 20th to see if you can enter!
We can’t wait to see you there!
We want to see you talented cosplayers at PopCult Anime Con, so it’s time to brush off your favorite cosplay and show us what you’ve got at our first ever Cosplay Maquerade. Whether it is a skit or a craftsmanship entry, we can’t wait to see you there!
The deadline for applications is August 10th.
PopCult Anime Con is pleased to present the Crossover Show Players in ‘A Most Excellent Musical’—a comedic jukebox musical parodying popular songs from both Broadway and Pop Music!
This year’s show will answer the question:
“What happens when Kylo Ren breaks the TARDIS, and the Doctor is forced to enlist the aid of Bill and Ted to fix it?”
Come see this show live at PopCult Anime Con, you won’t want to miss it!
Sin D’Angelo – “One Lovely Sin”
Sin is a Western Massachusetts-based artist, specializing in original work, anime/manga and traditional styled caricatures and web comics. She began her career drawing caricatures at Six Flags New England at age 18. After years of freelance work as a caricature artist, she was discovered by Hemlock Inyx and became the offical artist for PopCult Anime in 2006. Soon after, Sin branched out to form Plastic Love Studios. A few years after, she emerged as a solo artist known as “One Lovely Sin”. Sin has toured many conventions in the northeast and as far south as Washington D.C. and in the past, has been invited as an Industry Guest to ConnectiCon and Another Anime Convention. Sin is best known for her original artwork, beloved caricature I.D. Badges and Buttons, as well as two original web comics “MachineGun Angel” and “Sweet Dreams Bakery”.
While we have the space already locked down and some great activities planned, we want to make the best convention possible! And for that we need YOU, the fans, to get involved. Our Indiegogo campaign is your chance to invest and take control of your new local convention, so click the link and donate today!
We would like to give a Huge Thank You to Comics and More in Easthampton, MA.
They generously donated over 500 volumes of Manga to our Manga Library! We can not thank them enough, and hope that our fellow fans will check them out the next time they are in Easthampton, MA. Such generous people deserve our love and support!
Do you think you have what it takes to run a fun-filled and engaging panel at PopCult Anime Con? Please, let us know!
Do you want to share your expertise on the history of women in comics? Do you want to talk about early sci-fi has shaped our world today? Maybe you are just interested in a ‘subs versus dubs’ debate?
If you are morre hands-on, we also have Workshop Panels waiting to be filled! Maybe you want to host a panel where you teach others to make their own plushies, or how to craft props for cosplay?
Whatever your interest, if you want to get involved just fill it out the PCAC Panel Submission Form
We are very excited to hear from you!
Welcome to the PopCult Anime Con Website!
One of the best things about the Anime and Geek fandom is the community that we’ve created. Where you can go to an event and talk to almost anyone there and have something in common. It could be a character or story you both love, the joys and trials of cosplay, or just being in a place where you feel you belong. This is the sort of event that I want PCAC to be, where fans feel they belong. I will never forget the first time I felt that way, attending year one of Anime Boston, or my first time attending Otakon, that I was finally with ‘my people’. It’s a feeling I want to give to every Anime and Geek culture fan out there. That you have a community of people that understand you and the things that you love.
So my promise to the Anime and Geek community is this; that PCAC will always strive to be an inclusive event for the fans, where fans can feel safe to be themselves, where fans can express themselves, and enjoy the things that they love. And I look forward to giving that wonderful feeling of being with ‘Your People’ to the next generation of Anime and Geek fans.