Articles Posted in the " Conventions & Events " Category

  • Comic-Con: Teen Wolf Panel Photos

    Yesterday while I was busy live tweeting and taking photos of all the panels happening in Ballroom 20 at San Diego Comic-Con, fellow Geekiary author Kerry took all of my tweets and crafted this lovely article here.  Unfortunately she only had access to my Twitter photos at the time, but now that I’ve had a […]


  • Comic-Con: Hannibal Pannibal #EatTheCon

    The Hannibal panel was a gold mine of spoilers.  Most show runners are pretty coy about answering questions for upcoming seasons, but Bryan Fuller didn’t hold back.   We now know a great deal about what’s coming up in season 3 and they haven’t even begun shooting it yet, so consider this a fairly loud […]


  • Comic-Con: Penny Dreadful Panel – Sexuality and Gender Analysis

    The Penny Dreadful panel at San Diego Comic Con predictably focused on sexuality and gender, something that the online fandom has discussed at great length (including on this very website).  The panel also endeared me greatly to John Logan, the creator of the show, who has a way with words that’s befitting of a writer of a […]


  • San Diego Comic Con: “Teen Wolf” Panel Highlights

    For those of you who couldn’t make it to San Diego this year, we’ve got the scoop from the Teen Wolf panel right here! The Geekiary live-tweeted the panel, which took place at 3:30pm Pacific, so look no further for the details than right here! Also, these photos were taken live at the event so please […]




  • DashCon Disaster – Welcome to Night Vale Walks Out & More

    As a Tumblr user and Welcome to Night Vale fan, this writer is sad to report that fandom convention DashCon – which aimed to be “the largest gathering of Tumblr users to date” – has, according to attendees, turned into a complete disaster. Earlier this afternoon, Jeffrey Cranor, one of the creators of WTNV, posted […]


  • Con*Quest Adventure Journals – Keeping Track of Con Memories

    As frequent con-goers, we’re obviously huge fans of keeping track of all of our convention memories. Just look at our Conventions section for how thorough we are. While prepping to attend San Diego Comic Con this year, a woman named Shelley Harper reached out to us with her project for helping others keep track of […]


  • SDCC Offsite Events Up Their Game

      San Diego Comic Con is one of those events where even if you don’t have a badge, there’s plenty of fun to be had outside of the main convention activities.  In years past I’ve only had single day badges, but I’ve never once found myself bored or looking [in vain] for something to do. […]


  • Dragon Con Continues to Evolve With New Logo

    Last year Dragon Con made some big changes, including eliminating the asterisk from its name. At the time this slight ‘name change’ – which probably should have been the least controversial of the convention’s changes – caused an uproar with both long-time and newer attendees…but it’s been about a year now and they’ve stood their […]