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HenshinCon 2015: The Wrap Up


After years and years of dreaming and believing, HenshinCon has finally stepped into the scene this 2015!



With the help of Ms. Georgette Inaba and Mr. Danny Torres, we were able to give a great experience to the Filipino Tokusatsu fans because of the arrival of two Super Sentai actors for the first time in the country. The appearances of Mr. Ryousuke Kaizu, also known as Michael Joe/RedMask and Mr. Kei Shindachiya, known to be Ken Hoshikawa/FiveBlue has changed the course of history.


I, being one of the organizers and standing as head admin, though I know that I'm very much different from my brother, felt very well respected by the actors the way I did to them. Being called "shachou" every now and then is overwhelming enough. Aside from that, their compassionate hearts for our chosen beneficiary, People Empowerment for Arthritis and Lupus (PEARL), are very admirable.

With this, in behalf of the whole JEFusion and HenshinCon Team, I would like thank everyone for the support and patronage to our event. We promise to make each year better. See you on the next HenshinCon!

Before I end this post, here's the Final Show from the HenshinCon Main Event last March 22, 2015:







For HenshinCon 2015 photos, visit the HenshinCon FB Page.

For the event highlights and reviews, here's Deremoe and WhenInManila.



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6 Responses
  1. The Technician Says:

    Doing an event is one thing. Repeating it is another. If you guys can't repeat and sustain events like this in the future, i got two words for you. YOU SUCK!


  2. Anonymous Says:

    Well that's very constructive criticism there guy, he said sarcastically.


  3. Anonymous Says:

    Assuming the organizers have full time work, organizing such an event requires a lot of time management. The language makes communication a challenge. Funding is critical and events like this usually rely on sponsorships to cover expenses for the venue, food, travel, lodging, advertising and various other expenses. I wouldn't be surprised if there are competitors that try to discourage people from attending these events.

    Would I be surprised if they can't do it next year given the amount of work it takes to make the event happen? No.

    Do I want them to continue doing this if they are willing? Yes.

    Is anyone in a position to criticize the organizers if they do not have the experience of organizing such an event? Absolutely not.


  4. Anonymous Says:

    Then how about you start your own and make it successful, we'd like to see you try. By the end of the day, we get our fair share of reads from JEFusion while numbnuts like you whine all day long. Kudos to you brother for being a complete idiot despite naming yourself "The Technician".


  5. Anonymous Says:

    Haters gonna hate.


  6. Anonymous Says:

    Gents, do not feed the troll. Mr. Technician is obviously bitter because losers like him couldn't go to Henshincon.


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