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LATEST ARTICLES
posted by Elliot Page on 22 Nov 2017
Hibanacon 2017 Con Report

Intrepid adventurer Elliot Page went along to the alternate dimension that is Milton Keynes to attend Hibanacon, a first-year convention on the 10th-12th November.
posted by Seb Reid on 19 Nov 2017
UKA Podcast S03E17 - Ripon Chainsaw Massacre

Ross and Mr Seb discuss working at conventions and the accuracy of manga translations, all with the delightful background hum... of a chainsaw.
posted by Seb Reid on 18 Nov 2017
Uta Macross Smartphone Deculture

Seb gets himself addicted to a new smartphone game based on a familiar franchise.
posted by Elliot Page on 14 Nov 2017
Compensation for Contributors at Conventions

Many UK anime conventions do not provide compensation for those attendees who put on panels/events at them, and in this article Elliot Page argues that this toxic practice needs to stop. Mr Seb provides further commentary on the topic and some other examples from the wider world.