So here I am, about to turn myself up to full-blown tourist mode and do everything on FanimeCon weekend that I haven't done before.
Monday, June 27, 2016
Posted by Matthew Miranda at 1:00 PM
|BONUS PHOTO: A view from China Lake State Camp|
Posted by Matthew Miranda at 12:11 PM
Sunday, June 26, 2016
After the winter cons of SacAnime Winter and AOD plus the spring con of Krakencon Spring, it's the summer time now and that means the real con season begins! And what better way to start it off with FanimeCon here in the San Francisco Bay Area. It's always been a great time at Fanime for me as it always is the kickstarter to the con season. I've seen the con have it's ups and downs like my first years attending the con was great to the construction years where it was just horrible to go around the con. And these last two years after the construction and expansion of the San Jose Convention Center I must say have had no problems at all. In my 8th year attending FanimeCon, this one's had a lot of things that I didn't expect to see!
Posted by Nathaniel Natividad at 8:24 PM
Monday, June 13, 2016
For this report, rather than a day-by-day breakdown--as I don't go to many events at cons for the most part and I've written about Fanime four times now--I'll switch to a more topical style, covering things like housing, registration, and programming in their own blocks.
Posted by Ray A. at 2:57 AM
Sunday, June 12, 2016
FanimeCon is a fan made convention, run by the fans, for the fans. For Southern California cosplayers, San Jose is roughly an eight hour drive, depending on where you're coming from. I would be lying if I said this convention isn't worth it. It is. In fact, I believe this convention is one of the best conventions in California.
Posted by Talyssa Krajenbrink at 12:47 AM