Looks like Q Pop is ending the summer with a monster rumble blast as art based on the monsters of Japans TV and film will be terrorizing the Little Tokyo Gallery and Store. After going to Power Morphicon and watching some Ultraman it seems like a dream come true.
Wait a secon' Gabe Swarr are you apart of this friggin event too? I just posted you were at Comikaze Expo and you were also part of Oootopia last month. What the Hell are you just at ever friggin cool event? I'm also seein' Chogrin and Jack Cusumano, both interviewed on the list
What the? Cartoon people Paul Rudish and Phil Rydna.
Tokusatsu Japanese Science Fiction Art Show
128 Astronaut E S Onizuka St, Los Angeles, Ca 90012.
"On Sept. 15th..Q Pop will be having a huge Japanese Science Fiction tribute art show. Over 100 artists will be participating. Some really Big names and some really great up-n-comers.
Tokusatsu (特撮?) is a Japanese term that applies to any live-action film or television drama that usually features superheroes and/or monsters and makes considerable use of special effects (tokusatsu literally translates as "special filming" in Japanese).
These include some of the most popular "Kaiju" characters like Godzilla and Gamera...as well as popular hero characters like Ultraman and Spectreman...or Giant Robo ( Johnny Soko & his flying Robot).
Come to Q Pop and celebrate decades of science fiction films and television shows from Japan through the artwork of over 100 great artists.
Guest DJ ??? who will it be?
Takoyaki Tanota truck...of course.......
and dessert too!!!!
There will also be a kaiju Costume contest and prizes for the winners!!!!
Get your Kaiju suits in order...
Participating artists include:
Oh, well check the full list after the jump
Hine Mizushima, why didn't you tell me you were in another LA based show?
Louie Del Carmen
Lorena Alvarez Gomez
Marty M. Ito
Jason (stuntkid) Levesque
and many more...