It’s a time of consolidation and retrenching, and some don’t make the journey to the next phase. One such entity is the Detroit Fanfare convention, as announced on this Facebook post. A planned February is being cancelled, a Kickstarter cancelled (and pledges not charged) and the event is not going to be held again.
Detroit FanFare, which was held this past weekend, was the first show this year that I spent mostly behind a table, being a dutiful guest of the show. It was a welcome change from the usual running around and helping Ben McCool work his table meant I got to see comic-con culture from a new viewpoint. And I learned some things.
Hey there, we’re transferred Stately Beat Manor to the warm Aboda Hotel in Dearborn, and have been enjoying the hospitality of the Detroit Fanfare folk and fans. Today was the cosplay contest and there have been some great outfits. As with most recent shows we’ve been to, there are tons of costumes for both adult […]