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06-22-2011, 12:45 PM
LOS ANGELES, Calif. (June 21, 2011) – This summer’s most anticipated animation, music and manga event’s, AM2, hosts “ACO3 Presents: Whose Line Is It? Anime!” and brings incredible amounts of randomness and fun for fans of Japanese pop culture, video games, anime and much more at this year’s event held July 1-3, 2011 at the Anaheim Convention Center in sunny Southern California. More info can be found at www.am2con.org

“ACO3 Presents: Whose Line Is It? Anime!” is a comedy show done in the styling of the famous TV show of similar but less punny name, with a hint of Anime and a Japanese/Gaming pop culture references mixed in. They have been entertaining audiences all over Southern California for the past seven years. “Whose Line Is It? Anime!” has been a runaway success at major conventions all over California.

“Fans are in for a rip-roaring time with the team of ‘ACO3 Presents: Whose Line Is It? Anime!’”, states Chase Wang AM2 representative, “Now a huge convention staple and a fan favorite event! Come join us this 4th of July weekend! Get your Passports today and experience the difference!”

Join your host, JJ and the comedic actors of “ACO3 Presents: Whose Line Is It? Anime!” for one of the most hilarious and rib-busting fun you will ever have! Big, enthusiastic audience A MUST!

Attendees can avoid the anticipated huge lines at autographs, premiere screenings, workshops, main events, concerts and panels by purchasing a Passport fast pass for the event. The Passport fast pass will also provide holders with premier seating options at Main Events and at Concert events as well as major discounts with theme parks (i.e. Disneyland, Knotts Berry Farm, etc.), retailers (i.e. Best Buy, Macys, etc.) and local restaurants (i.e. IHOP, Tony Roma’s, California Pizza Kitchen, etc.). Bypass the lines and get your Passport today and experience the difference! Passports can be purchased at www.am2con.org

Current Guest of Honors include Masao Maruyama, Sunao Katabuchi, Akihiko Yamashita, Miho Shimagosa, Scandal, Sadie, Kanon Wakeshima, kanon x kanon, heidi., Gashicon, IBI and MINT.

AM2 current activities include Exhibit Hall, AMV’s, Arcade, Summer Festival, World Cosplay Summit, Behind the Voice Actors Studio, Rum Party Pirates, Masquerade, Cosplay Chess, Dances, Fashion Shows, Table Top, Console Gaming, AniMaid Café, AniMaid Café Host Club, Workshops, Panels, Concerts and more!

Partnerships include Ani.ME. and Cure Magazine

Prize sponsors include Anime Jungle. Atlus Games, Cosplay Wigs USA, Crunchyroll, FUNimation, Gaia Online, The Right Stuf and TokyoPop

Follow us on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/AM2Con

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Also, 25% of all official Passport sales will be donated directly to Japanese Disaster Relief efforts.

About AM2

Located in Anaheim, California – AM2, established in 2010, is a multi-day (3 days) event with no general attendance/badge purchase requirement and is aspiring to be a key meeting place for fans that share a common interest in Asian music, Animation/Anime, and Comics/Manga. Nominal fees are charged for certain activities that attendees choose to participate in. AM2 will be held on July 1-3, 2011 at the Anaheim Convention Center in sunny Anaheim, California. More information can be found at www.am2con.org

06-25-2011, 12:08 AM
always got a kick out of Whose Line is it Anime....was glad it went from being canceled over to Club2themax last year since I first saw it back at AX.

If you go to AM2 this is something to go watch for a nice laugh, try to get Drew Carrey to host it one year