Convention Center

The Gallery supports your right to assemble, and your right to stand in line, and your right to dress up, and your right to meet celebs that you have always wanted to meet and get a pic with them and find out how nice they are.  There are tons of conventions: Comic Book, Horror, Sci-Fi, Star Trek, Fantasy, you name it.  And they all have one thing in common: people who dig something getting together to have a good time.

The Gallery staff (and our podcast Strangeful Things) make it to as many as we can, but there is no way we can hit them all.  And that’s where you come in.  We want to know what you think of the cons you go to!  Here’s how it works:

  1. Fill out the form below with your thoughts and pics.
  2. Approved reviews go on the site and every month one approved review from that month will win the author an Amazon gift card by random drawing!
  3. If you need a con added to the list, contact us!

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The Pros of an Online Con at Dragon Con 2020

The Pros of an Online Con at Dragon Con 2020

Dragon Con is one of those magical things that's hard to explain to people when they haven't experienced it.  A five day event in the heart of Atlanta celebrating all things fandom, this may truly be the largest fancentric event in the U.S. Other conventions like San...

Rhode Island Comic-Con Review

Rhode Island Comic-Con Review

For the smallest state, RICC was a massive convention. From the hall itself to the guest list, there was no shortage of a little something for everybody. Every flavor of nerddom was represented in some fashion. From handcrafted to corporate creations, Spider man to...

More bad PR for Spooky Empire

More bad PR for Spooky Empire

After the complete nightmare caused by the absence of promised Funko dolls at the opening day of Spooky Empire in Orlando, is it possible convention management could make things any worse? Turns out, they apparently can.

An Open Letter to Jason Blum

An Open Letter to Jason Blum

“We’re always trying to do that,” Blum said. “We’re not trying to do it because of recent events. We’ve always been trying. There are not a lot of female directors period, and even less who are inclined to do horror. I’m a massive admirer of Jennifer Kent. I’ve...

Women in Horror Spotlight – Christy Meaux

Women in Horror Spotlight – Christy Meaux

Hey y’all, it’s Jackie Torrance! Since the rest of the SG crew is at WIHFF right now and Acadia won’t just let me sit around and do nothing, here I am to tell you about a new friend of the Gallery that was discovered at WIHFF! Christy Meaux is a Louisiana based artist...

New Jersey Horror Con – Fan Review

New Jersey Horror Con – Fan Review

We have another fantastic fan review, this one of the New Jersey Horror Con! It was sent to us by the awesome Kay Kizzle, who has an amazing cosplay presence on both Facebook and Instagram (check ‘em out!!). Please tell a little about yourself and your cosplaying...

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