If being a geek was like being a boy/girl scout and we could get badges for our experiences in the geek culture I would have epic failed my badge certification at Sakura-Con! Now, this is completely my fault. You see, this past weekend I was given the great honor of attending and covering Sakura-con in Seattle, WA by the con organizers, and I had an amazing time. This had to be the largest convention I have ever covered in my time as a podcaster and also one of the best run. Sakura-Con was held at the Washington State Trade and Convention Center, an enormous facility that hosts some of the biggest events that come to Seattle. To give you an idea, on my first day I wandered around four floor of panels, vendors, and open areas for fans to hang out and was amazed at everything I saw. But the thing is, when I got home and gave the booklet for the con a better look, I found out there was a fifth floor! So I had to go back (not like I didn’t want to) and explore the fifth floor with even more panels and an artist alley. (more…)
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Tags: Anime, Chris Saint, Fandom, Sakura-Con
Tags: Chris Saint, Comicfest, Fandom, Geeks Radio Daily, Horrorfest, Jonja.net, Screengeeks Radio, Starfest
For the third year in a row, I attended Starfest in Denver, CO for a great weekend of sci-fi fun. As usual I was joined by Dave and Barry from ScreenGeeks.com, Billy Flynn from Geek Radio Daily, and John, Christopher, and Steve from Jonja.net. And as in years past, we all had a great time covering the events, panels, and talking with the celebrity guests. (more…)
Tags: Beverly Randolph, Convention, Crypticon Seattle, Fandom, Geek, Horror, Linnea Quigley, Return of the Living Dead
For the second year now we will be covering Seattle’s premier horror convention, Crypticon Seattle! The convention mves back the the great city of Seattle and is being hosted at a great convention center worthy of the event. Join us and many other horror fans as we welcome some great guests from the realm of horror entertainment.
A couple of the announced guests are from the classic 80’s zombie movie “Return of the Living Dead” Beverly Randolph (Tina) and the scream queen herself, Linnea Quigley (Trash)! Come and meet them along with the rest of the great guests at Crypticon Seattle 2011!
Tags: Convention, Fandom, Geek, Judith O'Dea, Night of the Living Dead, Tom Savini, ZomBcon, Zombie
For the second year in a row we will be covering the worlds greatest Zombie themed convention, ZomBcon! Join us on October 21st-23rd as we join in the celebration of all things zombie in Seattle. Come and join in some great panels and meet some of the great guests from our favorite zombie movie, authors, and other fantastic contributors to the zombie cause!
Two of the guests announced that we are excited to meet are Tom Savini (horror make-up artist, Sex Machine in From Dusk to Dawn, director of the 1990 remake of Night of the Living Dead and much more) and from the original Night of the Living Dead, Judith O’Dea (Barbara). For a complete list of guests so far go here!
Come on out and join us for all the zombie fun!
Tags: Convention, David Prowse, Fandom, Geek, Geek Radio Daily, Jonja.net, Mark Shepard, Morena Baccarin, Screengeeks Radio, Starfest, Starland
For the third year in a row, Chris will be covering Starfest in Denver, CO on April 15th-17th along with the guys from Screengeeks Radio, Geek Radio Daily, and Jonja.net. As always, things are looking good already!
One thing we are changing this year is we are not going to do a panel. We would like to spend more time enjoying and covering the events at the con and have time for interviews.
Speaking of interviews, three guests have already been announced. Mark Shepard (Romo Lampkin from Battlestar Galactica, Crowley in Supernatural, Sterling in Leverage, and Badger in Firefly), David Prowse (the man under the Darth Vader mask), and Morena Baccarin ( Inara Serra in the Firefly, Adria in Stargate SG-1, and as Anna in V). It has yet to be determined who we will get to interview. There will be more guests announced in the near future.
If you can make it you should come and join us for the fun and geeky activities!