If you’re a game store owner and would like to host a gaming tournament at AMA-CON, please fill out the Gaming_Event_Application and return it with payment (if applicable) to the following address:
Amanda Hope Shelburne
413 SE 4th Avenue
Amarillo, Texas 79105
Remember! The last day to get the lowest AMA-Con 2016 booth prices is Monday, February 15th! After that, prices will go up to $100 for your initial booth, with prices remaining the same for additional booth spaces.
Visit the Downtown Library (413 SE 4th) to pick up your application or register and pay online using our PayPal payment system.
2016 Vendor Registration forms are now available for AMA-CON 2016, if you didn’t preregister in August. You may download and print the form and mail it with payment to the address on the bottom of the form or you may bring it to the Downtown Library.
If you have any questions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amanda Hope Shelburne
Long-time AMA-Con supporter and vendor, Monster’s Lair Comics, now has a brand new store in Lubbock, TX! They are located at 2416 19th St, close to the Texas Tech campus. Go by and check them out!
For more information, please visit and “like” them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/monsterslaircomics/
Maryanne Wells is the author of addictive book series like the Undead Bar Association. A big fan of AMA-con, Maryanne discovered the cover artist for her first science fiction / steampunk novel, The Heart’s Fire, at a past con. Don’t miss Maryanne’s presentation the Hero’s Journey on Sunday. She’ll be sharing secrets of great character writing with you.
George Zepeda has been drawing most of his life. He is primarily a manga and anime influenced artist, but he loves all comics. He has an Associate degree in commercial art and has worked in that field.
Mr. Zepeda has been published professionally since 2004 and is working and aspiring to have his own comic book published nationwide in the near future.
To contact Mr. Zepeda or to view his work, please visit:
Ninguin Kaizer Designs is a group of 9 people who love to bring people closer in the world of all things “Nerd.”
From Card Games to Video Games, from little known fandoms to huge fandoms alike, we love it all. We do commission works for various things, if there is one that doesn’t know how to get what you want, you are almost guaranteed another one does. From traditional Art to Digital Art and handmade crafts such as mini sculptures and dolls we have a wide range of talents to suit your custom needs.
We have a published book called “Forces of the Divine” currently vol. 1 and working on 2. Our biggest aspiration for our future is to get into Video Game Design and possibly Animated Shorts.
Twitter : https://twitter.com/NinguinKaizerD
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ninguin-Kaizer-Designs/279193405446258
Historically-inspired, handmade fantasy wear for the marvelous and mysterious! Steampunks, Victorians, Pirates & Gyspies alike should stop by Faire Treasures to find your own unique treasures. Ladies’ lace capelets and skirts, jewelry and accessories, gentlemen’s vests and capes, hair beads for pirate and gypsies, and more marvelous miscellany.
After AMA-Con, follow Faire Treasures on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/FaireTreasures and shop online at http://www.FaireTreasures.com!
We’ll have a cool new feature at AMA-CON this year–a checking station! You’ll be able to leave your bags or props in a secure station while you enjoy the Con! The fee will be $5 and you’ll be assigned a box that will hold several bags and/or props. Single items, or items that won’t fit into a box such as walking sticks or light sabers can be checked for $2 each.