Colossalcon is an anime, gaming, and Japanese culture convention taking place September 2nd - 6th, 2020. Located at the Kalahari Resort in Sandusky, Ohio!
Our 2019 CMV winner: iShinobi Studios!
The husband and wife team of Daniel and Jillian Coglan are full-time martial art instructors, running a traditional samurai training center in Iowa, and have a combined 35 years of experience.
Beyond their martial skills, the dynamic duo collaborated to write, direct, host, and star in a 12 episode TV series entitled, “The Way of The Samurai.”
Daniel is also an author, with several martial art articles published, and is currently working on his second full-length novel.
Due to scheduling conflicts with our our postponed dates, the following guests are unable to attend Colossalcon 2020:
Cassandra Lee Morris
Be sure to check back for updates to our guest lineup!
ATTENDEES WITH GREAT WOLF LODGE ROOMS:
If you wish to keep your room reservation, please call the Great Wolf Lodge(1-866-965-9653) to move your reservation to the new September dates. You must do this by May 15th in order to keep your reservation. If you wish to cancel your room, cancellation fees will be waived up until May 15th.
If you do not have a reservation, any remaining rooms will become available after May 30th. You can use our booking code 2005COLO to book. Our con rate of $190.99 will be valid until August 7th 2020.
Colossalcon 2020 is being postponed to September 2-6, 2020. That is Labor Day weekend, and we will still be on the Wednesday-Sunday schedule. We apologize for the inconvenience. If you have pre-registered for admission, it will automatically be transferred to the new date. If you can’t join us on the new date, we will issue you a full refund via Eventbrite. For those who have room reservations at the Kalahari and wish to move the reservation to the new weekend, please fill out this brief form:
Any rooms not transferred to the new weekend will be released for online sale only to the general public on 4/29. Please do not call the Kalahari reservation line for room transfers or new bookings. New bookings will be handled online only and not until 4/29.
Panelists, artists, and dealers can expect e-mails from their respective departments with information on the postponement. Any questions related to those departments should be sent to those departments via e-mail.
If you have submitted panels or photoshoots, you do NOT need to resubmit them. The panel submission deadline will now be extended to June 14th, 2020.
The current guest list for Colossalcon 2020 may or may not be effected by the date changed. We will announce any changes as they are made.
Colossalcon East in Poconos Mtns, PA is not postponed at this time.
Last and least, if you can’t join us for 2020 but would like to support us, we have made an online store with our merchandise. For now it just has t-shirts, but we will be adding some new items very soon.
Again, we’re very sorry for the change up. If we can’t see you in 2020, we hope to see you in 2021!
If you have a panel you’d still like to submit, please do so by tomorrow at midnight by going to our Host a panel page.
You can pre register by clicking the link below!
Cassandra Lee Morris is an award-winning voice actor who has brought over 100 characters to life for video games, anime and animation. Some of her most well-known roles include Morgana in Persona 5 and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Sothis in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Yuumi and Nami in League of Legends, Kyubey in Madoka Magica and Magia Record, Fie Claussel and Princess Alfin in the Trails of Cold Steel franchise, Operator 6O in Nier: Automata, Leafa in Sword Art Online, Elora the Fawn in Spyro: Reignited, Sarah Hotep in Fortnite: Save the World and Lena Luthor in DC Super Hero Girls.
Morgan Berry is a voice actor best known for her work in various anime shows, movies, video games, and web series; many appearing on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim and Disney XD. Some of her most notable roles being in “Dragon Ball Super”, “My Hero Academia”, “One Piece”, “Cells At Work”, “The Rising of the Shield Hero”, “Sword Art Online: Gun Gale”, “Free!”, “Tokyo Ghoul”, “Beyblade Burst Turbo”, “KanColle”, “Touken Ranbu”, “Hyperdimension Neptunia”, “Overlord”, “Riddle Story of Devil”, “ēlDLIVE”, and the award winning film “The Boy and the Beast.” Morgan is also in many major titles including “Fairy Tail”, “Attack on Titan”, and “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure”. Her most notable video game titles include “Marvel Avengers Academy”, “Smite”, and the Nintendo game “Freedom Planet 2”. In addition, she voices for a variety of web series including Team Four Star’s “Final Fantasy VII: Machinabridged”, ScrewAttack’s “DEATH BATTLE” as the Yellow Power Ranger, and the main protagonist Eris in “Gods’ School”. On top of voice acting, Morgan is a professional recording artist and YouTube Personality under the name “The Unknown Songbird” with over 7 Million views in total. As a professional singer, she has performed at many prolific arenas including the Dallas Cowboys Stadium, the Toyota Center, the American Airlines Center, and Bass Hall.
You’ve seen him on “Boy Meets World”, “Step by Step”, “Full House”, “Will & Grace”; heard him in “A Goofy Movie”, “Hocus Pocus”, “Spirited Away”, “Fairly Odd Parents”, and “Young Justice”. He’s ‘that guy from that show’, having performed in film, television, video games, apps, for over thirty years!
Kazha is a rock band founded by a Japanese Singer/Bassist Kazuha Oda and a Guitarist Hideki Matsushige. The band has been touring in the U.S.A. with their Artist visa.
Kazuha is a classically trained singer worked in various genres of music from Classic to Heavy Metal. She worked with wide variety of Grammy Award-winning recording artists and producers including Bob James and Lawrence “Boo” Mitchell.
After the release of Kazha’s first album in 2010, they made their first U.S.A. debut performing at San Francisco’s Asian Heritage Celebration sharing the stage with hip-hop group Far East Movement. In September 2010, the band made its first Anime Convention debut at Colorado’s Premier Anime Convention “Nan Desu Kan”. They also appeared at “Vianco Expo” and made their Mexican debut that same year. Since then, they have toured more than 35 states made special guest appearances at numerous Anime/Comic Conventions and Festivals around the U.S.A.
Kazha has also performed at world famous venues such as Whiskey A Go Go, sharing stage with musicians such as Gilby Clarke, George Lynch, Tracii Guns, LA Guns, Y&T, and Trapt.
In 2014, Kazha gradually started to move their base of operations to Memphis, TN. Since then, they have been featured on local broadcasts such as WREG News Channel 3, ABC 24 News, and WMC Action News 5.
October 2018, Kazha released their self-titled third album “Kazha”. Kazha represents a new future of music: a fusion of cultures and musical view points that create their sound, combining the softness of a falling feather and the heaviness of a hurricane.