Go! Comi Announces Anime Expo 2007 Schedule

LOS ANGELES - Manga publisher Go! Comi has announced its schedule of events at Anime Expo 2007 in Long Beach.

Go! Comi will be exhibiting at booth #1222 in the dealer's room from Friday June 29th through Monday July 2nd. Drop by for free posters, bookmark, and postcards from the most popular Go! series, as well as new and upcoming series.

Additionally, there will be a full slate of Go! activities on Saturday the 30th:

9:30 A.M.: Join Go! Comi CEO David Wise and other industry leaders for Anime Expo's "Manga Mania" panel in Room LP4.

12:00 Noon: GO! COMI SECRETS & SURPRISES. Go's industry panel with guest artists Wendy Pini & Aimee Major Steinberger, CEO David Wise, and Creative Director Audry Taylor (Room LP3). Announcements, manga, cosplay, guest artists, bishies, fan service, Giant Pocky, revelation of the Poison Poetry Contest finalists, and the big-screen premiere of Wendy Pini's steamy webcomic Masque of the Red Death. These are just some of the delights awaiting you at Go! Comi's panel.

2:30 JAPAN AI: Go! Comi Does Japan. With Aimee Major Steinberger (Room LP4) Join animator Aimee Major Steinberger (The Simpsons, Futurama) on an otaku's dream-trip through the worlds of cosplay, manga, and doll-collecting in Japan. Aimee's hilarious and touching adventures will be accompanied by a generous helping of artwork from her upcoming book Japan Ai: A Tall Girl's Adventures in Japan, to be published this winter by Go! Comi.

3:30 AUTOGRAPH SESSION with Wendy Pini and Aimee Major Steinberger, at the Go! Comi booth (#1222).

4:00 GO! COMI PORTFOLIO REVIEW. Artists, bring your pencils, colors, pinups and backgrounds to the Go! Comi booth, #1222! Drop in on the SECRETS & SURPRISES panel to found out more about the unusual projects we'll be needing artists -- and writers -- for!

ABOUT GO! COMI: Go! Comi is known for the excellence of its manga series and top-notch production values. Among its publications are the Bookscan best-sellers Tenshi Ja Nai!! and Her Majesty's Dog, the Eisner Award-nominated After School Nightmare, and Cantarella, recently named one of the Young Adult Library Services Association's "Great Graphic Novels for Teens" of 2007.