Wonder Northwest This Weekend

About Wonder NW:
WonderNW Flyer

Wonder Northwest is an amalgamation of pop-culture subcultures. Here you will find regular folks co-mingling with super heroes, pirates, geeks, nerds, cosplayers, film enthusiasts, gamers and other nice people! Our vendor room will feature comic books, toys, video games and more from some of the best dealers from across the country.

Wonder Northwest is this weekend, May 26th and 27th, at the Crowne Plaza. Although advance registration is closed, tickets can be purchased at the door. $8 per day or $15 for the weekend.

Panelists from the PGC3 include Bobby Roberts of cortandfatboy in Nerdfight Live!!! and Kneel Before Pod II, Going Last Podcast moderating Out of the Basement: A discussion of organized play and gaming as a social event, Kaijucast, PDXYar in Under the Black Flag: Welcome Aboard El Tiburon!, and the PDX Browncoats for Whedon Trivia.

The official after party is the Alter Egos Power Struggle on Saturday night, a pub crawl beginning at the Hawthorne Hideaway if you’re a hero, or the The Vern on Belmont, if you’re a villain.

CONTRIBUTOR: Lauren Hudgins is the editor of Describe the Ruckus, a blog on Portland events and culture, a blogger for Ooligan Press, and a PSU creative writing MFA student.

What We Did Last Year at Stumptown Comics Fest

The 2012 Stumptown Comics Fest is coming up on April 28 & 29. Visit the PGC3 at our booth or check out the tables of our member organizations. Here’s what we did last year.

Fatboy Roberts Representing PGC3

Bobby Roberts of Cort and Fatboy representing PGC3

Alter Egos Society with the mayor

The Alter Egos Society with Mayor-Man

The Unscriptables as Zombie Star Trek Red Shirts

The Unscriptables as zombie red shirts

Dark Horse Comics with Matt Wagner

Dark Horse Comics with Matt Wagner

Floating World Comics at Stumptown 2011

Floating World Comics

Pirates in costume at Stumptown Comics Fest

PDXYAR

CONTRIBUTOR: Lauren Hudgins is the editor of Describe the Ruckus, a blog on Portland events and culture, a blogger for Ooligan Press, and a PSU creative writing MFA student.