HAWAIICON - THE DESTINATION CONVENTION GEARS UP FOR 2015

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Batman Sunbathing HawaiiCon has announced the official launch of their 2015 convention with an eBay site, Kickstarter campaign, and discounted tickets. In September, HawaiiCon had its inaugural event, three days at the luxurious Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel. Right on the beach, they brought celebrities, scores of science panels, workshops and the unique adventures with the stars.


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Scores of lucky fans went snorkeling, scuba diving, sailing, and to the top of Mauna Kea with their favorite stars. The convention was rated one of the best ever and a post-convention poll found that 97% of the participants plan to return.

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The talent list for 2015 is already extensive. Confirmed for HawaiiCon 2015 are: Aaron Douglas (Battlestar Galactica, Hellcats, Hemlock, The Killing), Cree Summer (Drawn Together, Rugrats), Steve Blum (Digimon, Star Wars Rebels, Cowboy Bebop), Mary Elizabeth McGlynn (Ghost in the Shell, Digimon, Eureka Seven and Cowboy Bebop), Melissa Fahn (Digimon, Cowboy Bebop), Trina Robbins (Wonder Woman, Wimmen's Comix), Steve Leialoha (DC Comics, Marvel Comics), Jane Espenson (Buffy, Firefly, Battlestar Galactica, Once Upon a Time), Brad Bell (Husbands, Torchwood), Bill Morrison (The Simpsons, Futurama) and Sam Campos (PineappleMan)

Tickets for HawaiiCon 2015 are on a special discount until December 31st. They are currently under $32 per day for the four day convention and are available through Eventbrite.

Happy People In Hawaii
A HawaiiCon fan poll revealed that Dr.Who/Torchwood, Stargate, Firefly and Farscape are the favorite choices for the 2015 convention and a Kickstarter campaign launches today to allow fans to select the celebrities to bring from these shows.

This week HawaiiCon launches an official HawaiiCon eBay site to continue to raise money for charities. Auctions will feature autographed items from this past year’s event

All profits from HawaiiCon 2015 will go to supporting education in science and the performing arts for the children of the Big Island.