If you are a fan of the Game of Thrones franchise, chances are you might be familiar with Ice & Fire Con. Headed by our very own Tara, the convention continues to offer great content for guests. This year, Ice & Fire Con 2018 saw the debut of Westeros: An American Musical. Read our before […]
Want to attend a big convention but overwhelmed by the process behind San Diego Comic-Con? On the east coast and can’t afford to fly to California? Or are you just honestly interested in attending New York Comic Con but aren’t sure how to go about it? This post is for you! Read our before commenting. […]
Hall H Tips & FAQ Hotels and badges aren’t the only competitive aspects of San Diego Comic-Con. Sometimes getting into a panel can be a challenge. But, like with all other things SDCC, it’s not impossible. With some time and understanding of how things work, you too can conquer Hall H, the biggest and […]
The Geekiary is lucky to have two successful fan convention organizers on staff. We sat down and asked them some basic questions about starting a con, and what you should look for before you decide to support a new one. A crowdfunded fan convention can be an amazing event that brings fans together over shared […]
Last weekend’s San Diego Comic Fest had a lot to offer fans who like to dig into the deeper context of comics. The ‘Gender, Sex, and Sexuality’ panel moderated by SDSU professor Yetta Howard provided an interesting look at some creators who used the comic medium to explore themes of gender and sexuality. The panel […]
Baltimore’s Universal FanCon was supposed to be one of the biggest fan conventions of the year. For its inaugural event, not only was it crowdfunded through Kickstarter, but it had some majorly awesome programming, guests, and vendors slated. But today, just one week away from the event, the convention was abruptly postponed, leaving attendees demanding […]
During the weekend of April 20-22nd, the sixth annual San Diego Comic Fest will be taking place at the Town and Country Resort and Convention Center. This year they’ll be celebrating Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
If you were looking for good LGBTQ+ fanart, ClexaCon was the place to be last weekend. I sat with artist Foley who took time out of her busy day to talk with me. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
Last Saturday, ClexaCon hosted Cocktails for Change, an official fundraising soirée in association with Cyndi Lauper’s True Colors Fund. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
With less than 3 weeks left, ClexaCon is right around the corner. After last year’s success, the largest convention for LGBTQ+ women and allies returns to Las Vegas from April 5th to April 9th at the Tropicana Hotel. As I wrote last year, ClexaCon is one of my favorite conventions out there so I am […]