Tag: New York

Heroes & Villains Fan Fest – NY/NJ 2017

TheDirector /2017-10-07

Have the opportunity to personally meet your favorite celebrities. With exclusive panels, celebrity photo ops, events and so much more, you’ll have the experience of a lifetime! Immerse yourself in the world of superheroes & villains. Get insight into your favorite shows, learning how they are created from the creators & talent behind them.

Albacon 2017

TheDirector /2017-03-31

Albacon is a gathering of fans and creators of Science Fiction, Fantasy, Games, Anime, Web Comics; pretty much anything Geek related. We are not limited to literature but include movies, games, costumes, and almost anything else you can think of. Come for one day or all weekend. There will be panel discussions, art exhibits, dealers, interviews, films, games, readings, autographs! Plus lots of just hanging out with other people who share your interests and individual discussions and maybe even some debates (did Han Solo really shoot first).

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Philcon 2016

TheDirector /2016-11-18

Join us for the 79th anniversary of the world’s first and longest-running conference on science fiction, fantasy, and horror! Started in 1936, Philcon features cutting-edge programming about literature, art, television, film, anime, comics, science, gaming, costuming and cosplay, music, and other topics of interest to fans of sci-fi, fantasy, and horror. We will also have many other attractions, such as our awesome Art Show and Auction; a Vendors’ Room full of unique merchandise; a full slate of Children’s/Family programming; our Writer’s Workshop (featuring professional authors and editors); Concerts; the Time Traveler’s Masquerade Ball, our Masquerade/Costume Competition, and more! We are pleased to welcome C.J. Cherryh (Prinicipal Speaker), Dave Seeley (Artist Guest of Honor), and L.E. Modesitt, Jr. (Special Guest) as our 2016 Guests of Honor.

Long Island Doctor Who Con

TheDirector /2016-11-11

This year’s guest list features another multi-Doctor adventure. We’re expanding our vendor space and moving the children’s programming into the main building. The screen-used props and costume display returns. We’re making improvements to our sound system and the TARDIS moves to a larger room. We’re working year-round to improve the L.I. Who experience. The one thing we still need is you.