Whammies Needed - Help Tsubasacon Be A Winner

Aug 12th 2009

Whammies Needed - Help Tsubasacon Be A Winner! =D

We need your help so we can make Anime Press Your Luck fun for all! With all the excitement going around for the upcoming game show at the Convention, whammies have scurried away in flights of fear. If you have a knack for drawing, we may have your calling. Greg Wicker, our special game show host for this year's convention is in desperate need of whammies. Tsubasacon is going to rock the house with seven (7) game shows this year just for you! Read more for details...

In fact, he is offering $20.00 per whammy cash!!! Whammy that passes muster and is delivered unto his email inbox [email protected] This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it , payable after August 20th. Absolute deadline for any art is September 30th. For more information regarding the whammies, please visit his blog at http://gregwicker.livejournal.com/159586.html for rules, restrictions, and other important details. Thanks for all of your help! If you have additional questions, please free to email Doug Trovinger at [email protected] This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it as well.

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About Tsubasacon, Inc.

First established in 2004, Tsubasacon is West Virginia's first and only convention focusing on Japanese animation and comics, respectively know as "anime" and "manga". In early 2006, control of the convention was transferred from Charleston Anime and Manga Society, Inc. to Tsubasacon, Inc. Tsubasacon's goals are to promote anime and manga in West Virginia and to establish a social framework though which anime and manga fans can interact with each other.


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