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Press Release: Zenkaikon Announces Game Show Guru Greg Wicker and Opening of Panel Submissions

[14 Jun 2010 | by | Comments Off]

VALLEY FORGE, PENNSYLVANIA — June 13, 2010: Zenkaikon is pleased to announce its first guest for its 2011 convention, Greg “Greggo” Wicker, famous for running a variety of game shows at conventions across the country. It is also announcing the opening of panel submissions for its event.

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Wizard World Philly 2010 Convention Report

[13 Jun 2010 | by | Comments Off]

Even though I moved to Philadelphia from Orlando just over two years ago, I had never gotten around to attending the Philadelphia Comic Con (typically referred to as “Wizard World Philly”). I had heard from those who had attended the convention for many years that it was on a bit of a downward spiral, and that attendance was dwindling. Perhaps

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Bubonicon 42 – A New Mexico Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention

[11 Jun 2010 | by | Comments Off]

Bubonicon 42 is a science fiction and fantasy convention taking place at The Albuquerque Grand (Sheraton) Airport Hotel in New Mexico, from August 27-29, 2010. Douglas Adams’ “Life, the Universe and Everything” is the inspiration and theme for 2010′s Bubonicon 42. So bring a towel!

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Upcoming Event: Can’t Stop The Serenity Des Moines 2010

[10 Jun 2010 | by | Comments Off]

Can’t Stop The Serenity is a worldwide event that is held in order to raise money for the charity Equality Now and other local charities in the cities which have screenings. I recently got an e-mail from someone behind Can’t Stop The Serenity Des Moines, who asked me if I’d give a shout out to the event here on the blog. Given my love for Serenity/Firefly and good causes, I knew I had to write something about it.

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USA Fandom Conventions this Weekend – June 11 – 13, 2010

[9 Jun 2010 | by | Comments Off]

Looking for something to do this weekend? Believe it or not, almost every weekend there are dozens of fandom conventions occurring all over the world. Some are large corporate-run “official” conventions that may be hard to get into on short notice, and some are tiny fan-run conventions that would probably love to have a few more people show up. Below