For those who didn’t see my tweet the other day, if you have suggestions for panels or activities at the next CommuniCon, let me know! I can’t promise anything, but I definitely want to know what you want to see and do at the next one.
And while I’ve got you thinking about CommuniCon, if you’re interested in letting us use your original songs or music about or inspired by Community in the CommuniCon 2 documentary, please email me at communicon1 (at) gmail. We can’t pay you, sadly, (we’re not selling or otherwise making money off the doc) but you’d obviously get credited in the documentary.
Can’t believe it’s been a year since the first CommuniCon! My sincerest thanks to everyone who has attended or contributed or helped spread the word. With extra special crazytown bananapants thanks to those who trusted enough to attend the first one a year ago. Hope to see you all at the next one!
Special Thanks to the Following Wonderful People
My TQs: Sarah Dorman, Catherine Boyd, Jennifer Eisenhour, Kim Rogers, and Clinton Alvord (especially Sarah, who was, again, my co-captain/savior)
Documentary Crew: Damien Barriga, Brittany Sterrett, and Allen Negrete
Logo Designer: Justin Crisostomo
Yvette Nicole Brown
Erik Charles Nielsen
Steven Fook Yuan Wong
PixelDrip Gallery, especially Mark Batalla, Annie Wilkes, and Julieta Colas
Lizabeth Applewhite, Yasamean Azizi, Earl Baylon, Emily Jermusyk, Bonnie Kenderdine, Sarah Mertan, David Owens, Berto Ponce, October Primavera, Giann Rafanan, Alex Ralph, Devlin Smith, and Mike Velasco
The Embassy Suites Glendale
Los Angeles Audio Rentals
Every member of the Community cast and crew, past and present, not already listed here
My fellow Community fans, who inspired this convention
Extra special thanks (again) to Andy Bobrow
Thank you all so very much.
See you next time.
Hi there! Excellent question.
Sadly, I actually don’t think we’ll have extras for sale at the convention this year. I ended up losing a lot of money on merchandise last time around, and since they were a reward on Kickstarter, and most people chose the $40 admission option rather than the $50 option (which included a t-shirt), I have to assume that most people attending aren’t interested in purchasing one at the event. So unfortunately it isn’t really worth the risk of ordering a lot of extras to try to sell. However, there may be a few. And I will have t-shirts from February’s CommuniCon available, for people interested in a keepsake from the first convention.
In case I’m wrong, I am planning to collect the names/email addresses of people who ARE interested in a t-shirt, and if there’s enough interest, I’ll place another order.
And, actually, if enough of you out there tell me right now that I’m wrong, I’d consider taking orders now to have them ready for you at the convention.
Also, there will be some other merchandise available for purchase at the convention.