Oni-Con 2017 Recap

After attending multiple conventions, Oni-Con is still probably my favorite. It may not be the biggest con in the world or even in Texas but if it were a sandwich it would be dang filling. There’s plenty to do, everything isn’t spread out but it doesn’t feel uncomfortably packed either. It almost feels like an indie version of an anime convention but that’s perfectly fine with me. 22851862_1245525532218737_534544329837000764_n   Decent walking space in the halls, lines for events went in a smooth and orderly fashion, and relatively 99.9% of the attendants at the con behaved like awesome, civilized people (the ones that didn’t were promptly beaten nicely talked to by the cops). The same could be said for the main event hall, vendor hall, food table, and smaller halls.   22894264_1245525268885430_6313023549774290141_n   The Galveston Island Convention Center. Besides the size and elegance of the place, it was also expertly located next to a handful of hotels (the nice kind without the face eating roaches) and restaurants (IHOP FTW). Seriously, there were so many food options it wasn’t funny. There was literally 20 different places to eat at all within walking distance of the con plus right next door was a supermarket. Achieving diabetes was never so easy. Also, the beach. How can you not have fun on the beach?   22853021_1245525645552059_4801016595906983483_n   And of course the guests, including Carli Mosierobus, Lisa Ortiz, YTCracker, and Mintplosion to name a few, were all great.  The con felt a tad samller this year but all in all, A+. Will definitely be attending again next year for Oni-Con 2018
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