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While there are many fan conventions in the Denver area, Myths and Legends Con is a bit different. Taking place at the Sheraton Denver Tech Center from September 27-29, 2013, Myths and Legends Con is an event that celebrates some of the fandoms that do not currently have their own convention in the Mile High City. The fandoms celebrated are “Harry Potter”, “Firefly”, Pirates, “Lord of the Rings”, “Doctor Who” and “My Little Pony”. (CONTINUE READING ON EXAMINER.COM)
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While most Anime conventions are known for their amazing cosplay, Nan Desu Kan (NDK) 2013 was full of costumes from throughout the world of Anime. NDK is the premiere Anime convention in the rocky mountain region. Held annually in Denver, Colorado, NDK is three days of fun and celebration for fans of Anime and Japanese culture. What was surprising was the vast amount of “Doctor Who” (Continue reading on Examiner.com)
Cosplay from NDK 2012 (Photo: Heather Maloney)
The time is almost here yet again. Nan Desu Kan (NDK) is the largest Animation convention in Colorado and the surrounding area. Now averaging an attendance of 7,000 people per day, NDK is a must attend for Anime fans. Taking place September 13- 15, 2013 at the Denver Tech Center Marriot, NDK is three packed days of panels, guests, activities and friends.
Why do attendees love the event so much? Why do many travel long distances for NDK? While it was nearly impossible to only name five, these are the top five reasons to attend Nan Desu Kan.
The annual Starfest Convention took place April 19-21 in Denver, Colorado. A weekend of entertainment overload, the convention has grown to incorporate three hotels and multiple event tracks including science fiction, gaming, robotics, fantasy, horror and comic books. As the popularity of “Doctor Who” is growing in America, so is its presence at local conventions. This year Starfest hosted two “Doctor Who” guests and a multitude of panels and video programming. (continue reading on Examiner.com)