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News Anime at 58th World Science Fiction Convention
posted on 2000-08-30 23:21 EDT
Manga Entertainment is sponsoring Worldcon's first 'Anime Room' and presenting 50 films from its catalog to thousands of attendees. Manga is the only anime company attending the Con with a booth in the dealer room to showcase their titles and highlight their fall line-up. Worldcon, the traveling 58th World Science Fiction Convention (Chicon 2000) is at Chicago's Hyatt Regency Hotel this Labor Day weekend (August 31- September 4).
Chicon 2000 has exhibits; art shows, writing seminars, an awards ceremony, a video and dealer room, and a masquerade ball and dance. For more information on Worldcon contact email@example.com or http://www.chicon.org.
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