Graham and I just got back from Zenkaikon 2018 and of course, we had to write about it. Unfortunately, Kamille couldn’t go this year due to some work obligations. Zenkaikon has his favorite LARP of all the conventions he goes to and he was quite disappointed to miss it. We know that his fellow LARPers were sorry he couldn’t make it Zenkaikon 2018 and will hopefully see him next year.
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As pretty much everyone reading this probably knows…it was even in the Hollywood Reporter… Universal Fancon was officially ‘postponed’ one week before its supposed commencement. It was to be the intersectional rallying point for nerds and geeks from all walks of life.
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So this post is a little late, coming out on a Friday when Awesome Con ended on Sunday, but it’s been busy at Doomtastic HQ. But you guys do not care about our issues. Let’s talk about Awesome Con 2018! Continue reading Awesome Con 2018
Katsucon 2018 just ended yesterday and we are here to talk about our experiences. Katsucon has become our home/squad con in a lot of ways recently, particularly in light of Otakon’s move to D.C. and we are happy to say that we had a good time this year. Continue reading Katsucon 2018
As you may know I (Yosei) am a liiiiiitle bit of a fan of Rumiko Takahashi’s work. And by a little, I mean fairly considerable. I would not go so far as to say I am her biggest fan, but I am enough that I buy all the manga in English. I love to talk about her work, as it is so delightfully varied, but the more I have been talking about her work, the more I have realized that the people I am speaking with are unaware that she has a series currently in publication–Rin-ne or Kyōkai no Rinne.
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