Articles Posted in the " Conventions & Events " Category

  • There Is No Other Con Like ClexaCon

    As the ClexaCon 2019 tickets sale is just around the corner, let’s take a look back at ClexaCon 2018, which took place this past April in Las Vegas. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.

  • Go Big or Go Homeworld: Cartoon Network at SDCC 2018

    San Diego Comic-Con has played host to some great Cartoon Network panels and events the past few years, but for SDCC 2018, Cartoon Network is going BIG. Steven Universe fans will surely be excited about all of the awesome things Cartoon Network has planned for the show. While the main panel won’t take place until […]

  • Comic-Con Has a Hardwick Problem

    Chloe Dykstra has written a piece on Medium outlining long term abuse she states she experienced while in a relationship with a person who, by all context clues, is no other than pop culture commentator Chris Hardwick. The news has triggered a lot of discussion in the geek community regarding Chris’s strong presence at conventions […]

  • ‘Doctor Who’ Will Have San Diego Comic-Con Panel

    Whovians rejoice!  The BBC has just announced in a press release that Doctor Who will be presenting a panel at San Diego Comic-Con. The exact time and date of the Doctor Who panel has yet to be determined, but the press release states the following: BBC AMERICA’s Doctor Who will continue bringing the Whovians to […]

  • New York Comic Con: A Beginner’s Guide

    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. […]

  • SDCC Hall H Tips & FAQ – The Juggernaut of SDCC

      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 […]

  • So You Want to Start a Fan Convention

    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 […]