Posts Tagged ‘convention report’

CloverCon 2017: The Little Con that Kicks Big Butt

Once more I, Mako-chan, get to tell you of how great a con CloverCon is.  Taking place on Sunday May 21st in Bridgewater, NJ, the AJS crew decided to get an early start on festivities, and instead of traveling up that morning, we got a room for the night before. Let me tell you, the […]

Clover Con 2016: The Little Con That Rocks

On May 15th, the Anime Jam Session crew headed back to Somerset, NJ for Clover Con. This con, put on by the Village Hidden in the Clovers, Somerset County’s 4-H anime and manga club, is one that we all enjoy.  All proceeds go to help fund the local 4-H, which is something we as a […]

Zenkaikon 2016 – A Division of Fly-By-Night Moving Company

Well, here it is, the moment we’ve all been waiting for: the start of convention season for 2016. Although I’m hesitant to refer to it as a “season,” since you can find a convention happening in at least one city in this country during any given weekend…at least that’s what it feels like, they’ve become […]

Another Anime Convention 2015– Tossed Salads and Scrambled Plans, or That Time I Accidentally Cosplayed as Jesus

If I’ve mentioned it once, I’ve mentioned it countless times—I’m not the kind of fan of anything (much less anime) that will get so wrapped up in it that it eclipses everything else in my life. Especially when it comes to my job. Of course, with the convention I was just at, some things came […]

Katsucon 2015 – It’s Too Cold; Let’s Chop Up the Gazebo for Firewood

When it gets as infuriatingly cold in the winter as it has been, you look for just about anything to break the monotony, especially when it looks like cabin fever is about to set in. Now I’m definitely not saying that an anime convention would be the one thing that keeps me from going completely […]

Kotoricon 2015 – Like a Chair to the Back of the Head

When it comes to anime conventions, I have experienced cons of all shapes and sizes—from the overwhelming huge cons, to the piddling little shoebox-like single room/building affairs. I don’t see a con’s size as a factor in its enjoyment one way or another; being big, for example, isn’t going to make it necessarily better than […]

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