It’s not often we take a look behind the curtain here at Super Art Fight, but this is an example of one of those times where it’s probably best for all parties that we take the time to drop the “characters” and the “hype” and just talk straight to you, our awesome audience.
As you’ve probably noticed, we at Super Art Fight are growing at a rapid pace. Very rapid, more so than we ever imagined, and it’s all due to your great fans.
After a really positive summer con season, we moved towards booking more shows into the fall.Â One of the shows we looked at, due both to it’s warm reception to our fellow artists, and it’s close distance to our homebase here in Baltimore, was this weekends Nekocon 12.
We applied to have a panel.Â This panel was approved, and we wanted to have the show be part of our fall schedule.
Then, we started plot out the show which became Super Art Fight 5, and our appearance at GameX in Philadelphia two weekends back.Â Simply put, our budget would NOT allow for the Nekocon show.
On Saturday October 10th, we e-mailed back to the convention, canceling our appearance.
Despite this, we were advertised for this weekend.
And it is my understanding that there was a room with 30 people waiting for our show tonight at 8pm.
To the fine audience who showed up, I hope you can read this. I apologize greatly for the inconvenience, and we hope to see you soon.
Again, to our fans, we apologize, and hope to avoid this type of conflict in the future.
For any questions or clarifications, please feel free to contact us via e-mail at Super Art Fight at gmail dot com.
Thank you for your time.
Super Art Fight