|Packing in the
attendees, every panel, workshop, or activity offered something to learn from, whether you
were into the discussion subject or not, as shown below with a brief description of each
session. Panels and discussions offered new views into the evolving mixture of anime pop
culture, cosplay, J-Rock influence, American voice-acting, philosophy, and much more.
| USA Musume: Cosplay members from the fantabulous USA Musume
group gathered together to get fans excited about the Morning Musume madness in Japan and
USA Musume's own tribute performances for various anime conventions. Topics and
additional features included details about the Morning Musume group's history, interactive
karaoke videos, various bright and shiny costumes, dance choreography, and contacts through
the online Musume fan communities.
| Sailor JAMboree: Members and fans got together to talk about the
group's history of performances, practice schedule, and started recruiting more interested
fans for future commitments. Topics featured memories from group members and anime
convention performances, choreography, costumes, and much more.
|| Anime Musicals: Tristin Citrine and Lisa Honeychan and friends
held a big tribute to the Takarazuka live-action anime musical arena with screenings of
Sailor Moon and Sakura Taisen, details about the stage choreography, actress histories,
costumes, and follow-up door prize giveaways of Sakura Taisen goodness.
and discussions held throughout the weekend included:
California Anime Clubs, G-Chan's Excellent Cosplay Adventures, Keith
Burgess and Manga Entertainment, Battle Royale Gathering, Prairie Rose's "Martha
Stewart" Cosplay, Anime Crossplay and Fashion Show, Ojama Doremi, Azumanga Daioh, Dubs
That Time Forgot, Anime Music Videos, Anime Jump, and more.
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