TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) Popular culture fanatics gathered within the Capital Metropolis on Saturday for the TopCon Pop Expo.
Six years in the past, James “The Gypsy” George had an thought, that was way more than he anticipated.
George stated, “I got here up with an thought for a one-day comedian e-book swap, commerce, and purchase present and earlier than I knew it, it had was a Comedian-Con.”
The TopCon Pop Expo continues to develop with distributors, artists, cosplayers, and celebrities all participating.
This yr, Jeremy Palko from “The Strolling Useless” is there to satisfy followers and share his experiences.
Palko stated, “I am very grateful to have alternatives like this being an actor. When i began professionally being an actor, about 10 to 12 years in the past, I by no means thought I might be touring as a lot as I’ve been. You meet new folks and also you get nice relationships.”
Actress Tonya Pinkins was additionally there to speak about why she bought into tv.
“It is vital to me that leisure represents the world that I dwell in, which has quite a lot of sorts of individuals from quite a lot of walks of life.”
The TopCon Pop Expo celebrates a really comparable message.
George stated, “There’s a lot concerned with popular culture and you do not have to be a geek, you do not have to be a nerd. You simply should be an every single day person who loves the issues that you just love.”
One group that traveled from Kansas Metropolis stated they’ve been to many Comedian-Cons, and the…