Home » Archive

Interviews, On Site Convention Coverage »

An Interview with The Guild’s Felicia Day

[16 Feb 2010 | by | Comments Off]

This past weekend, Alltern8.com (in conjunction with The Convention Fans Blog) had the opportunity to interview Felicia Day at Farpoint, a Maryland sci-fi and fantasy convention. Felicia Day is the creator, writer, and star of The Guild, a web series about an MMORPG guild that meets in real life and all the hijinks that ensue. She’s also quite well known for her

Feedback & Con Reports, On Site Convention Coverage »

The Farpoint 2010 Convention Report

[15 Feb 2010 | by | 2 Comments]

This past weekend I attended Farpoint, a fan-run science fiction and fantasy convention. It was held February 12th-14th, 2010 at the Crowne Plaza Baltimore North in Maryland (USA). I had a really great time at this con, and I’m already looking forward to 2011! This convention did so many things well, and I hope that by reading this con report

Interviews »

I Get to Interview Felicia Day! What Should I Ask Her?

[10 Feb 2010 | by | One Comment]

The Convention Fans Blog/Alltern8.com team (meaning yours truly + a photographer) will be attending Farpoint, a Maryland science fiction and fantasy convention, this weekend! I’ve been super excited about this one, because The Guild’s Felicia Day is one of the headlining guests. And well, I love her. No, not in that crazy kind of stalker way. I just mean she’s

Costuming/Cosplay »

What Will the Top Non-Anime Cosplay Costumes for 2010 Be?

[8 Feb 2010 | by | 2 Comments]

Last year was easily dubbed the year of Watchmen costumes (in terms of non-anime based cosplay). They were everywhere. It started in the spring, before the movie had even come out. And it culminated in the summer and fall, with large cons like Dragon*con and San Diego Comic-Con, where you couldn’t turn a corner without running into a Silk Spectre

Memorabilia and Collecting »

Did eBay Ruin Autograph Collecting?

[5 Feb 2010 | by | Comments Off]

I’m one of those people who has been collecting autographs for years. I didn’t intend to. I know lots of people don’t. I even know some people who look down on people who do. I never intended to start, honest. I became an autograph collector inadvertently. When I was in my mid-teens, my mom took me to Kennedy Space Center’s