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Intervention 2011

Sep 16-18, 2011
Rockville, MD
Hilton Rockville
Rockville, MD

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About Intervention 2011

Genres
Intervention is a convention for indie creators. Webcomics, gaming, podcasting, blogging, anime, and geekery of all kinds are welcome and encouraged. Intervention is known for being the most friendly con in the industry.
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Guests of Honor
Notable guests of Intervention 2010 include Phil “Frumph” Hofer, lead programmer of ComicPress, the premiere web-comic publishing front-end on the Internet; cartoonist Brad Guigar, creator of “Evil, Inc.” a syndicated strip which appears both online and in front of 1.5 million newspaper readers; artist/writer Fred Gallagher, who created the widely successful webcomic “Megatokyo”, the collections of which are ranked by Nielsen Bookscan as one of the best-selling Original English-language Manga on shelves; and artist Molly Crabapple, creator of the graphic novel Scarlett Takes Manhattan and founder of Dr Sketchy's Anti-Art School, which has branches in over 100 cities across the world.

In all over 40+ professional artists were guests at the 2010 convention and participated in panels and workshops.

2011 guests TBD
Events
  • Anime Music Videos
  • Artist Alley
  • Board Games
  • Charity Auction
  • Collectable Card Games
  • Cosplay Events With Prizes
  • Dance
  • Dealer Room
  • Fan Panels
  • Free Autographs
  • General Cosplay All Over
  • Guest Panels
  • Hall Cosplay Contest
  • Live Action Role Playing
  • Miniatures Games
  • Pick Up Games
  • Rave
  • Role Playing Games
  • Video Gaming
  • Workshops
Intervention 2011