Fandomfest Review

Beth Beck's Blog

One of the most pleasant and unique things about comic conventions is how everyone reacts to one 10584019_10152638382921180_1595516975563652652_nanother. Walking into the vendor hall, I breathed a sigh of relief as I realized I was home amongst fellow con nerds and dorks. It’s like stepping out of one world and into another- a more peaceful, equal reality. There is an unspoken understanding amo10455046_10152635721131180_6359253445354208463_nngst cosplayers and other attendees that was acknowledged through casual gestures such as head nods, smiles, or requests for photo ops. If you’ve ever been totally enamored with a particular character from an anime, TV show, comic book, or feature film, you are likely to spot their doppelganger here. Or perhaps you’d rather be that character for a short period of time, a popular choice not only accepted but encouraged and supported by con crowds.

I haven’t been to many Comic Conventions or “cons” as they are called…

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