J1-Con: the Blackfinity Gauntlet Event

the Blackfinity Gauntlet Podcasting Summit spanned over two days of the con. The Expo was hosted in The Bourbon Room, formerly known as the House of Blues which is located on the Second Floor of The Showboat Hotel.  The House of Blues is an iconic venue, so being able to take in an event in such a historical place made it that much more memorable and the energy was definitely in the air.

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J1-Con 2018: How to be a Villain 101 Panel

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I attended the How to be a Villain 101 Panel at J1-Con because the title alone grabbed my interest. I wanted to understand the underline of what it took to be a villain, step by step and its process. Being a villain is not easy, there are many things you must do to become a villain and I learned about this in the panel; like having a good name, henchman, entrance music, entering a room, a catchphrase, and finally grabbing the attention of your audience. Every villain is unique in their own way.

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J1-Con Expectations

This will be our first time attending J1-Con and I’m looking forward to quite a few things. One being the Blackfinity Gauntlet which is a podcasting summit.  The Music Festival  and Gaming Tournament.

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the Blackfinity Gauntlet at J1-Con 2018

the Blackfinity Gauntlet is a conference on the world of Podcasting brought to you by Rob of The Black Geeks and the lovely staff of J1-Studios.

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Soulcial Sunday: J1-Con

This weekend we will be attending J1-Con in Atlantic City, New Jersey. J1-Con is an Anime and Gaming Expo which includes a Music Festival and other entertainment. This will be our first time attending J1-Con and we’ll be there all three days, if you are planning on attending let us know.

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LCAC 2018: Over The Top Japanese Fashion Panel

This year I went into a panel that discussed the different Japanese styles that we can also see in the anime shows that we watch or, what people actually wear in Japan. It was reiterated that these styles are not to be confused with cosplay. The panel was moderated by Creep-P. It was a very interesting and educational panel. Many people confuse some of the styles with cosplay. There are several different style trends in Japan such as Dekora, Gyaru, Shironuri, Mori, Ishokuada, Visual Kei, Lolita, Manhera, and many more. Each style has its own uniqueness. The styles were created to break the social norm and allow people to be more free to express themselves.

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LCAC 2018: TiA and Kohei Concert

On Saturday, we attended TiA and Kohei joint concert at Liberty City Anime Convention. TiA and Kohei are Japanese recording artist who currently resides in New York City.

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