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The ConMan Show Begins Second Season Production(February 18, 2013)
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 18, 2013
Last year's debut of The ConMan Show quickly built a strong fan-base with its fun look at the rising trend of nerd culture. Furries, Fetishes, and Fiends rounded out last year's episodes with visits to Furry Weekend Atlanta, Frolicon, and a horror con aptly named Days of the Dead.
Producer Sterling Lane explains that this year fans can expect more of what they love most, with some exciting twists, Like last season, we will be covering a broad range of conventions; some will be really unexpected. I can reveal that we will be covering Japanese animation, the video game industry, as well as visiting one of the largest Gay Pride conventions in the US... and that's just our first three episodes! After editing the first season, I quickly learned that each show takes on a life and identity all its own. You're watching The ConMan Show each week, but from episode to episode you never know what will happen next.
Although most people tend to be familiar with comic book and science fiction conventions, The ConMan Show reveals, in its own uniquely entertaining and funny way, that if there is a fan of it, there is a Con that celebrates it.
Lane also hints at some style changes in this year's production: We are constantly striving to give our viewers more of what they want. We have taken their feedback and have made the show even better. Last season we really explored the limits of using the on-demand platform; this year we are fine-tuning each episode into a solid 30-minute production, for a faster-paced, thrill-ride of an experience.
Host Steve Bevilacqua returns this year with interviews from con celebrities such as cosplayer Ya-ya Han and Dragonball-Z voice actor Ryo Horikawa. Vendors, fans, demonstrations and the much loved behind-the-scenes antics will continue in the second season, with a higher production value creating a lot of anticipation as fans eagerly await the continuation of this award-winning series.
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