Colossus Girl Entertainment LLC has announced that they’ve had to cancel Davi Santos appearance at California Republic Comic Con due to Hurricane Florence.

Known for his role as the Gold Ranger on Power Rangers Dino Charge, Davi Santos was one of the main guests set to appear at California Republic Comic Con on September 15th. However due to concerns over his safety along with matters regarding to his personal well being due to Hurricane Florence, the decision was made to cancel his appearance.

The announcement was made on Facebook in the following post:

Colossus Girl Entertainment, and California Republic Comic Con needed to make a very important decision. Hurricane Florence is presently barreling towards the East Coast of the United States. CRCC believes that it would be a miscalculated decision to allow Davi Santos to possibly risk his life to come to CRCC. CRCC does not want Davi to get on a plane during a hurricane or heavy weather event. It would be erroneous to take such a risk. CRCC has decided to reschedule Davi Santos for CRCC 2019, and hopefully there will be no hurricanes. Davi wanted to come and take the risk because he is such a huge supporter of the Power Ranger fan-base. CRCC felt it would be too risky and no appearance is worth a life, especially someone like Davi Santos. Look for Davi in 2019 at CRCC.

Despite the cancellation, fans could still meet other special guests during the event. Among them are acclaimed actor Eric Roberts, Linda Harrison from the original Planet of the Apes, Christopher Niosi from Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters, Kira Buckland from NieR:Automata, professional cosplayer Arlena Fae, and comic artist Chris Marrinan just to name a few.

California Republic Comic Con is a pop-culture convention that will take place on September 15 at the Merced County Fairgrounds. The event is hosted by Colossus Girl Entertainment LLC, the same team that organizes Campbell Con. You could check out our coverage of Campbell Con 2017 to have an idea of what to expect.

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