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Vulcan Events vs Vulkon Entertainment: Controversy Brewing?

[29 Jan 2010 | by | Comments Off]

I posted an article earlier this week about Vulcan Events, a convention that sort of emerged from the ashes of Vulkon Entertainment. It seems Vulkon Entertainment has now taken notice of this new convention. Funny thing is, I kinda thought Vulkon Entertainment was bust, considering its webpage has had a “Bad News” message for months now, with no further updates.

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The National Halloween and National Haunters Convention 2010

[29 Jan 2010 | by | Comments Off]

The National Halloween and National Haunters Convention is an event that brings together professional haunters, amateur home haunters, Halloween decorators, antique collectors, horror film fans, and history buffs all under the one umbrella of the holiday. This year the National Halloween and National Haunters Convention is being held April 29 – May 2, 2010 in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania (USA), at

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Going to InvaderCON? Don’t book a hotel room yet.

[26 Jan 2010 | by | Comments Off]

The organizers of InvaderCON, the convention dedicated to the Invader Zim cartoon, are telling attendees NOT to book their hotel rooms yet. Apparently the venue can’t take reservations more than a year in advance. You’ll need to wait until after March 31, 2010 to make your reservation. Original post is located here: http://www.invadercon.com/?p=110 Note: InvaderCON is happening March 26-27, 2011

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Vulcan Events Announces More Guests for Tampa Event

[25 Jan 2010 | by | Comments Off]

Vulcan Events, a company born in the wake of the former Vulkon conventions, has announced additional guests for their Tampa, Florida con. They are also telling fans that hotel rooms are going fast, and that half of their allocation is already gone. Even if you are waiting to buy tickets at the door, they recommend getting a hotel room as

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Luke Perry Added to Dragon*con’s Guest List

[24 Jan 2010 | by | 3 Comments]

Yep, you read that right.  Luke Perry, the object of many 90s teenagers’ dreams, is now on the guest list for Dragon*con 2010. I don’t know if I should bring my copy of The Fifth Element for him to sign, or a 90210 t-shirt! I can’t stop giggling about this, and I don’t know why. I actually loved the original 90210