The world of “Star Trek” was on full display this past weekend as Awesome Con brought the nation’s capital version of Comic-Con to life at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. The three-day event drew nearly…
Fans of comic books, gaming, cosplay and more gathered in the District for the seventh Awesome Con to enjoy what’s described as a “celebration of geek culture.” See photos and video.
The seventh annual convention gives fans the opportunity to meet the stars of “Riverdale,” “Star Trek,” “The Princess Bride” and “The Office.”
Awesome Con — D.C.’s own version of Comic Con — has partnered with Atlas Brew Works for a limited-release beer canned exclusively for the convention and available at local restaurants.
Thousands of people headed to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center for Awesome Con 2018. See photos.
Awesome Con founder Ben Penrod and “Boy Meets World” star Rider Strong preview this weekend’s lineup at the Washington Convention Center.
Meticulous face paint, carefully stitched skirts, foam weapons and wigs of every color are on display at Awesome Con in downtown D.C.
Thousands of people headed to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center for Awesome Con 2017. See photos.
DC Comics’ new lead writer for “Batman” is using his experience as a CIA operative in D.C. to help bring inspiration to the well-known hero.
Awesome Con brings together more than 200 artists, 300 vendor booths and 50-plus celebrities from sci-fi, fantasy, action and adventure movies and more.
Awesome Con is at Walter E. Washington Convention Center from June 3-5, 2016. See images from the event.
WASHINGTON — It may not be the final frontier, but it’s a must-hit event for pop culture fanatics. The third annual Awesome Con convention returns to the Washington Convention Center from May 29 to 31…
Many dressed as superheros congregated on the mall attempting to break China\’s record for the most people dressed up as a superhero in one place — a phenomenon known as \’cosplay\’.
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