Articles Posted in the " Conventions & Events " Category

  • The State of Convention Accessibility- Part 1: Baltimore Comic-Con

    Convention accessibility has come a long way since the days when we were lucky if there weren’t stairs blocking off the entrance. Attendees can ask for (and sometimes even get) ASL interpreters, aide badges, dedicated chair and scooter seating, and other services to help make the convention experience easier. -Read our before commenting. Do not […]



  • Anime NYC 2019: An Interview with Lisa Ortiz

    At Anime NYC last month, I got the opportunity to sit down with Lisa Ortiz, who has been working on the Pokemon franchise in some capacity – whether voice acting or directing – for a decade. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged. Copyright © […]


  • Anime NYC 2019: An Interview with Justin Briner

    This past weekend at Anime NYC, I got the opportunity to talk to Justin Briner, the voice of Deku on My Hero Academia. He was very eager to talk about his role and the show, which he was excited to be a part of from the very beginning. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our […]


  • Anime NYC 2019: An Interview with J Michael Tatum

    At Anime NYC this past weekend, I had the opportunity to speak with J Michael Tatum, an American voice actor (as well as director and script writer) for a myriad of anime roles – such as Iida from My Hero Academia – as well as voicing the openly gay Borderlands character Sir Hammerlock. -Read our […]


  • Anime NYC 2019: An Interview with Clifford Chapin

    This past weekend at Anime NYC, I got the opportunity to talk to Clifford Chapin. Chapin has voiced characters in well known titles like Attack on Titan and Tokyo Ghoul, as well as directing some popular series like Dr. STONE, but he said that now he mostly gets recognized for his role as Bakugo in My Hero Academia. […]


  • Anime NYC 2019 Recap: A Great Time Had By All (Or At Least By Me)

    Another Anime NYC is in the books, and Anime NYC 2019 was an amazing time! Changes to the autographing process and show floor made for a slightly more streamlined experience, though it wasn’t without its stumbles. Let’s take a look back at everything Anime NYC had to offer this year. -Read our before commenting. Do […]


  • Crunchyroll Is Bringing Its A Game to Anime NYC

    Anime NYC is back for its third outing this weekend, and Crunchyroll, as the convention’s official partner, is bringing its A-game. With various activities and activations spread across two booths, as well as various panels and premieres, Crunchyroll at Anime NYC 2019 is proving why it’s the world’s most popular anime brand. -Read our before […]


  • Geekiary Cosplay Bowl Winner: DomiNYCanknyght Cosplay

    The Geekiary’s Convention Cosplay Bowl was created in an effort to bring more convention and cosplay content to The Geekiary and to showcase the cosplay talent we encounter. The winner of MomoCon’s Cosplay Bowl was Mo Vermenton, a cosplayer based out of Atlanta, Georgia. We ‘sat down’ with Mo to talk about his cosplay, his geek […]


  • SDCC Open Registration is November 16th!

    It’s time, guys.  SDCC Open Registration will be held on Saturday, November 16th at 9:00 am Pacific Time. Get a game plan together and be ready. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged. Copyright © The Geekiary