Let’s celebrate the 20’s in style with Ohayocon! Registration for our 3 day event is live and only $45 dollars.* Don’t miss your chance to get your weekend pass before the price bumps up to $50 on Sept. 20, 2019.
Already sold? Visit our new registration site to register now or, if you’re still on the fence, our Pricing & Admission Info page to learn more!

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A lively crowd attending Ohayocon

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We’re less than a month away from the convention and we couldn’t be more excited to present our FINAL guests and our schedule for you to see! eeeee!!!!!!

Robert Dejesus
Robert DeJesus is a Writer, Story Creator, Illustrator, Story Board Artist, and Character Designer. Robert is no stranger to the anime and manga community. An Indiana born, self-taught artist, who got his first art career break when he sent an eight page short story to comic publisher, Antarctic Press in February of 1990. He has drawn manga inspired art for well over 20 years and has been published nearly all over the world. He has worked for many companies like Playstation Magazine, Marvel, Hasbro, and now his most recent work with Wayforward, just to name a few.
Emily Dejesus
Emily DeJesus is a Writer, Editor, Story Creator and Manager. Emily has always enjoyed manga and anime, but never thought it could be her job. Emily has worked with Robert for many years now. She helps write the web comic “How to Loathe Drawing in the Manga Style” and has just finished writing her second children’s book. She enjoys the business side of working for Studio Capsule very much and is grateful that she has an opportunity to work in the manga/comics business.

and lastly but certainly not least…

Sarah Weidenheft
Sarah Wiedenheft is a voice actor who has provided her voice for a multitude of anime. Some of which include: Zeno from Dragon Ball Super, Tohru from Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid, Charmy from Black Clover, Phos from Land of the Lustrous, Saiko from Tokyo Ghoul, Teresa from Tada Never Falls in Love, Non from Keijo!!!!!!!!, Aika from Shomin Sample, Shihoru from Grimgar of Fantasy and Illusions, Azusa from Orange, Takagi from Karakai Jozu No Takagi-san, Mage from Bikini Warriors, Kotoko from Urahara, Kiriha from Tsugumomo, Sana from Alice & Zoroku, Shera L. Greenwood from How NOT To Summon A Demon Lord, Hikari from Castle Town Dandelion, Yuki from Interviews With Monster Girls, Takano from Tsurezure Children, Kikyo from Classroom of The Elite, and Michella from Blood Battle Blockade Battlefront. She has also lent her voice in a few games, such as: Celeste Luvendass from Huniepop, and Lailani from HunieCam Studio.

Oh, and did we mention our schedule? Because, you know, it’s right HERE!

We have a WHOLE BUNCH of talent coming in this weekend for your viewing pleasure! So much, in fact, that I’m not really sure how to hype up such an incredible group of people with such varied talents!

Ohayocon is delighted to announce the 2019 appearances of…

Jeremy Inman

Brandon McInnis

J. Michael Tatum

Jerry Jewel

Tavisha Wolfgarth-Simons

Rikki Simons

Oriana Perón

Vitamin H

Erin Tillman

and Tim Harrison

If I’m reading that right that’s ten guests!? That’s bonkers! We can’t wait to see them, and you, at Ohayocon this winter, stay cool out there!

Happy summer everyone! We hope you’re already having one heck of a time between warm weather, frosty treats, and plenty of excuses to get out of the house! We’ve got some summer updates for your viewing pleasure (and some special guest announcements coming later this week) so strap in, it’s update time.

First off…

Ohayocon is proud to introduce the Ohayocon Public Library, a multi-media feature, free and open to everyone during Ohayocon weekend!

We’re building up our inventory to include manga, art books, comics, RPG books, sci-fi and fantasy, music, movies, and more! Please see the library’s page to learn how you can donate your old media and earn credit towards a badge!

And second…

Ohayocon Artist Alley applications are open! Uh, they’ve actually been open for a few days now! If you want to throw your hat into the ring and apply to table at ohayocon be sure to check out our Artist Alley page.

That’s all for now! See you guys soon with another (roasting hot) update!

Hey Cosplayers!

Looking to spice up your cosplay reveal posts? We have you covered with these Ohayocon Official cosplay announcement frames! These frames are PNG files with transparency to make your reveal super easy to put together. Have fun!

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That’s right folks, Ohayocon Registration is up and running! We even have a shiny new registration portal cooked up just for you! Registration starts at 45 online and, if you’re lucky enough to be at Matsuricon during August 25-27, you can Pre-Reg in person to get your tickets for only 40! Don’t miss your chance to enjoy this early bird rate, the price WILL increase as we get closer to our SUPERPOWERED Ohayocon 18!

REGISTER HERE!

Or find us at Matsuricon 2017!