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An Exclusive Interview with Cosplay Singer Reni Mimura

[7 Apr 2010 | by | Comments Off]

I’ll never forget the first time I saw cosplay singer Reni Mimura. I was at Zenkaikon 2009, a Pennsylvania anime convention, and Reni was busy rehearsing for the con’s opening ceremonies. I cannot say enough about the performance she gave that day. Not to be cliché, but if you looked up “cute” in the dictionary, her picture should be there.

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Carrie Fisher to Attend Star Wars Celebration V in Orlando, Florida

[2 Apr 2010 | by | One Comment]

Check the date – this is no April Fool’s Day joke. Carrie Fisher is officially on the guest list for Star Wars Celebration V. Star Wars Celebration is the official Star Wars convention series, and it occurs every few years at different cities across the globe (the last two were in Japan and England). For 2010, it is happening in

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PAX East 2010 Coverage: An Interview with Fallen Earth Project Manager Dave Haydysch

[1 Apr 2010 | by | Comments Off]

“Welcome to the apocalypse. Mankind teeters on the edge of extinction, clinging to the bones of the old while trying to recover long forgotten secrets. It is your choice to either rise above the hardships of this post-apocalyptic world and work towards the betterment of society or embrace the destruction and look to erase the corrupt world around you.” Fallen

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An Interview with Michael Stackpole

[31 Mar 2010 | by | Comments Off]

If you’re a fan of BattleTech or Star Wars novels, then you’ve no doubt heard of author Michael Stackpole. Since the late 1980s, Stackpole has been an integral part of the BattleTech and Star Wars universes, which is probably why he’s still attending fandom conventions all over the country. In fact, he will be appearing at the upcoming Phoenix ComiCon,

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The PAX East 2010 Overall Convention Report

[29 Mar 2010 | by | Comments Off]

There is no doubt that PAX East 2010 was the convention to be at this past weekend if you are a gamer on the East coast. Those of us who haven’t been able to make it out to the original Seattle based Penny Arcade Expo, known as  PAX, have been eager for an East coast iteration. But did PAX East