One of the many things that made DragonCon 2014 so incredible was the HUGE emphasis on costumes and cosplay. There is even an annual parade that seems to bring out the entire city to watch. Check out some of the amazing costumes that our reporter ran into during the show.
Marie Brownhill has covered every DragonCon for GiN over the past five years. It seems to get better every year, and 2014 was no exception. This is the place to visit if you happen to be anywhere near Atlanta.
Retrobooster is a 1980’s style cave flyer with a modern physics and graphical package. It also comes with an 80’s level difficulty that will challenge even serious vets.
Our convention reporter Marie Brownhill visits Pensacon in Florida for its inaugural opening, and finds an event that could quickly move into the major circuit.
Marie Brownhill travels to The Big Apple to check out New York Comic Con. Like in previous years, NYCC put on an amazing show, with plenty of celebrities, panels, costumes and fun.
GiN Convention Reporter Marie Brownhill visits Baltimore Comic-Con, and finds a robust and growing event that may one day soon rival the biggest shows in the country.
Marie Brownhill makes her fifth trip to Dragon Con in Atlanta. A recent turnover in management has changed a few things, but the convention remains one of the best around.
GiN Reporter Marie Moser reviews a lot of conventions, but never has she been more impressed than at Dragon*Con. This is the show sci-fi, anime and gaming fans should attend.
Otakon is the biggest anime convention on the East Coast, and this year it was packed to the gills with every type of cosplay imaginable from Skyrim to Pokemon.
This time, roving reporter Marie Moser visits the Anime Mid Atlantic 2012 Convention. While a smaller con, it nonetheless had a lot of heart.