The PAX Unplugged show is dedicated to tabletop gaming in all its forms, including role-playing, boardgames, card games, cosplay and more. It’s also one of the best organized shows around, making sure that everyone has a fun time, even while waiting in line for other events.
Our reporter Ron Kipling Williams loves to cover BlerdCon every year. He took some time to wander around the convention to talk with some of the interesting guests, speakers and artists that help to make the show so amazing.
BlerdCon put on another amazing show this year that was filled with celebrity guests like Cree Summer and Rachel True. We sat in and listened as these two amazing people talked about their powerful and iconic roles over the years.
The 2023 BlerdCon Convention in Washington, D.C. over the weekend was an amazing event that celebrated diversity and black nerd culture in all forms. This year there was expanded fun for those who enjoy role-playing, video games, board games, anime, cosplay and lots more. And the show keeps getting bigger and better every year.
BlerdCon is one of the fastest growing conventions and is doing so with a focus on accessibility and inclusion. Our reporter Colin Flanigan was especially impressed by a panel that stressed how to make gaming more accessible for players with disabilities.
The Miskatonic University Podcast has been ongoing for over a decade and features some of the top names related to Call of Cthulhu and other horror RPGs. Every new show is an event all to itself, and not one that fans of Call of Cthulhu or other weird and horrific RPGs will want to miss.
GiN reporter and reviewer Colin Flanigan traveled to Lancaster, Pennsylvania to enjoy the annual TravellerCon USA convention. While there, he attended a show with the creator of the RPG, ran a game, and met with some devoted fans who keep playing in and advancing the Traveller RPG world. There is also an upcoming charity livestream that you don’t want to miss.
Slowed down by the pandemic, the Baltimore Comic-Con came back to the Baltimore Harbor in full force this year, with thousands of attendees, amazing panels, and a merchant and vendor room that was impossible to beat for fans of all kinds of comics.
Thousands of people came together over the weekend for BLERDCON 2022, a fun and safe space designed to celebrate people’s diversity in color, culture, gender and sexual identities. And the convention just keeps getting bigger and better every year.
The BLERDCON 2022 convention was the largest yet for Washington DC. And beyond the fun, games and cosplay were plenty of interesting and serious panel discussions like the one about speculative fiction that our reporter attended.