Engagement designer, Stanford lecturer, and tabletop geek Chris Bennett gave me the inside scoop on Go Play Northwest.He travels from the bay area every year to join the intimate but thriving Go Play community.
Since its inception in 2003, Emerald City Comi Con has exploded to include huge names across a number of geek-tastic industries: comics (of course), science fiction, movies, television, gaming, and more.But if you want a taste of it, look no further than PAX.(See above.) It’s an excellent ‘E3 for the people, by the people.’ By the way: if you happen to have an extra E3 pass, I’d be happy to take it off your hands. S.-based geek conventions across gaming, anime, comics, sci-fi, fantasy, and more.But why would they when they have built up a critical mass of a gamer fan following with their comic of nearly 4 million readers?One gauge for the evolution of a convention is the talent it can attract.