If there was ever a word to describe Sac Con in June a week after Fanime, the word would be "dead". No disrespect to Sac Con, but to me when I was there it was sort of deserted. There was a good amount that did attend, but more of the comic book crowd and the casual anime con goers were there. For good reason why it seemed dead is, because everyone that I know that went to Fanime didn't have the energy or money to go to another convention right off the bat. The one thing I will admit for Sac Con's is that they can pull in big name voice actors and comic book artists to attend to these small cons without any hassle. When I was there at Sac Con one of the big voice actors that were there as a special guest was Roger Craig Smith. He did multiple roles in anime and video games including Ezio from Assassin's Creed 2. The usual vendors were there selling anywhere from comic books along side with toys people can buy, and also there were a few vendors that were selling anime merchandise with plushies, manga, and associated items. The video game room seemed as active as ever with various fighting games people were crowded around watching along side with other games like DDR. There was a fair amount of people in the the video game room as well as else where in the convention. The artist tables in the front were a great way to to meet and talk to artist in the front of the main hallway. This is a great idea and should stay that way for all Sac Cons in my point of view. For veteran con goers Sac Con was very dead and something more like an afterthought from Fanime. I can just see the results of it when I was there, I myself and many others were pretty tired from Fanime and broke from the past event. But for people who were casually going to Sac Con or there with their friends having a great time it was another story for them. I say this from a guy who goes to a lot of conventions, Sac Con June was nice to have around for people who needed more convention fun.