So this spring is going to be super busy for me convention-wise, so even though I've updated my convention schedule (which is on the mainpage of TRHOnline and sprinkled across my comics), I thought I'd take the time to break down exactly where you can find my traveling artist alley table over the next few months.
Because, y'know, Conventions are fun.
So here's where I'll be over the next few months:
Mar 28, 2015 / NIU / DeKalb, IL
So to kick off my Spring, I'll be at Karoshi Con in DeKalb, IL. It's being held at Northern Illinois University and admission is free... so you should totally come down.
And hang out with me.
Also, I have it on pretty good authority that my Nerd & Tie
co-host Nick Izumi will be there too, so you can hang out with both of us
Seriously, what part of this sounds bad? Usually we charge for that kind of awesomeness... y'know, except for when we don't.
The INDYpendent Show
Apr 19, 2015 / Wyndham Indianapolis West / Indianapolis, IN
On April 19th I return to the INDYpendent Show in Indianapolis. I did the spring show last year, but had to skip out on their Fall event.
This spring, the INDYpendent show is actually folded into the Sunday of Who's Yer Con
, Indianapolis's annual free gaming convention. So yeah, another chance to come to a con for free to hang out with me.
How could you possibly pass up an opportunity like that?
No Brand Con
Apr 24-26, 2015 / Plaza Hotel / Eau Claire, WI
So hey, you know how I co-founded a convention? And even how I don't actively staff it anymore, I still go every year? That's this con. If you thought I wasn't
going to No Brand Con, well... I feel sorry for you ability to deductively reason.
Anywho, I'll be there -- as will Nick and Pher. And with all three of us, that means Nerd & Tie LIVE is totally happening. You'll be able to join us for a live version of the podcast... which is neat, right?
May 15-17, 2015 / Hyatt Regency O'Hare / Rosemont, IL
Every year people ask me "When are you going to do a bigger con again?" and every year I tell people "I don't do big cons."
Well... I changed my mind. This year you'll find me at Anime Central. You can't really get bigger than that in the midwest now, can you.
I don't have much else to say about it other than "holy crap, I haven't been to a con this big in over a decade," but I think it'll be a good time.
I have some summer announcements, but those aren't concrete enough to post. This is going to be a busy, busy year for me though.
And I hope a fun one.