This is the third part in a series of articles labeling our experiences in different sections of Detroit Fanfare Comic Con. Read here for part 1 and over here for part 2.
Lastly, at Detroit Fanfare, they had two areas that we only perused through once and at the fastest pace possible. These two were the Stage area and the Bizarre Bazaar, which had a high amount of traffic but very little to offer us.
The Bizarre Bazaar as it was called, references all the oddities of the convention. What I could make of it were custom street signs (for decoration) and other non-comic related knick knacks. What I missed (or [...]
Detroit Fanfare didn’t stop at the comic books, which is probably the biggest misconception. Comic Conventions are so much more than blowing your wad on books and dressing up in costumes. My most recent favorite aspect of going are the artists that come and sell their work for (sometimes) reasonable prices.
After meeting Gregg (of Comic Garbage again), we ventured over to the Artist Alley section of the DFF areas. It had a much lower ceiling than the Comic Book section and I think that made it feel a bit more crowded. It also didn’t help that every table in the place had artists and their work packed in there from start to finish. It wasn’t exactly [...]
Detroit Fanfare has been going on for a few years and this was the first year I was able to go. Not even as a spectator, but rather a great chance to attend as a media guest for ComicUI. We will recap each section of the event in detail as we experienced it, starting off with the most relevant. Articles may be updated with photo galleries as we go or embedded into the post itself. Still trying to get a good collection of those together.
We started the morning off at 9:00 AM at the hotel/convention center and lets just say, but the time we left, we were spent mentally, physically, and monetarily. This was an exclusive press tour first thing and that gave us a window [...]