An event where Tumblr fans can gather and meet. Tumblr is a community so full of love, support, and creativity, and DashCon will be a place where they collaborate and connect outside of their laptops.
By Angela Nichols on Czwartek, 2 January 2014 - 12:49amMessage type:Tagi:
By Angela Nichols on Środa, 1 January 2014 - 10:57pmMessage type:Tagi:
MarsCon 2014 is a multifandom, multimedia convention in Williamsburg, Virginia, USA from 17 to 19 January 2014. MarsCon features a wide range of programming including panels, workshops, movie screenings, music and comedic entertainment, gaming spaces, an art room, and more. The convention also offers a family programming track.
By Angela Nichols on Środa, 1 January 2014 - 10:48pmMessage type:Tagi:
Arisia, New England's largest and most diverse science fiction and fantasy convention, will be held from 17 to 20 January at the Westin Boston Waterfront in Boston, Massachusetts. The 2014 theme will be cross-culturalism. The event features panels on a wide all aspects of science fiction and fantasy literature and media, an art show, a masquerade, gaming spaces, musical guests, a film festival and much more. Arisia may hit our membership cap this year. We strongly recommend pre-registering for the convention.
By Angela Nichols on Poniedziałek, 2 December 2013 - 3:12amMessage type:Tagi:
Comic Fiesta is Malaysia’s largest and longest-running animation, comics and games convention. Comic Fiesta is the first and biggest non-profit convention of its kind in Malaysia, organised by a group of passionate individuals brought together by one common goal, and powered by a massive community of professionals, amateurs and enthusiasts of all age groups.
By Angela Nichols on Poniedziałek, 2 December 2013 - 3:09amMessage type:Tagi:
If you are looking to supports charities, such as Toys for Tots and to attend a holiday themed anime, comic and cosplay convention look no further than Holiday Matsuri
By Angela Nichols on Poniedziałek, 2 December 2013 - 3:04amMessage type:Tagi:
Con+Alt+Delete is a brand new anime convention. Join us if you love Hetalia, Fullmetal Alchemist, Dragon Ball Z, Yu-Gi-Oh, Lolita Fashion, Homestuck, My Little Pony, Sci-Fi, or Video Games. We encourage you to attend in your favorite cosplay costume and join us in celebrating everything that nerds and geeks enjoy.
By Angela Nichols on Piątek, 1 November 2013 - 10:19pmMessage type:Tagi:
50 years ago the first episode of Doctor Who premiered on The BBC. The sci-fi series will be celebrating its anniversary on November 23. A special 90 minute episode, The Day of The Doctor, will be airing on tv and shown in 3D cinema's around the world. Find a theater near you to celebrate with fellow Whovians!
By Angela Nichols on Piątek, 1 November 2013 - 8:00amMessage type:Tagi:
It’s Comic-con, Australian style!
where the adoring public comes face to face with Supa-Star celebrities and the creative talent that inspire their imaginary worlds under one big roof. Gathered from and surrounded by the wonderful worlds of comic books, animation/cartoons, science-fiction, and pulp TV. Check out the full list of celeberity guests!
By Angela Nichols on Piątek, 1 November 2013 - 7:45amMessage type:Tagi:
DarkoverCon is a small and personal science fiction and fantasy convention held every year over Thanksgiving weekend for the last 36 years. Besides several full tracks of science fiction/fantasy programming, it will also be a weekend of music programming (primarily, but not exclusively, folk), workshops where you can learn assorted arts or crafts, video programming, esoteric programing, dancing, and more. This year there will once again be a full track of Steampunk programming.
By Angela Nichols on Piątek, 1 November 2013 - 7:30amMessage type:Tagi:
Hosted by the School of Political, Social and International Studies at the University of East Anglia, the first Fan Studies Network will feature an international cohort of over 30 speakers. There will be themed panels on spaces and performance, transculture, gender, “classic” fandoms, textualities, and celebrity. There will also be a participatory “speed geeking” session, featuring a number of scholars sharing research in its early stages.Keynote address by Professor Matt Hills.