Vendors and Sponsors
We owe everything to those who support us, including of course, Johns Hopkins University.
JohnCon 2018 Vendors
Walt's Cards and Games
"Walt's Cards is a gamer's paradise. Walt opened the store in 1995 and has been in the current location since 2001. The store sells board games, role playing games and gear, miniatures, card games and historical games."
Invisible Goddess Creations
Handmade crochet and fabric creations.
Dice Dungeons is an online exclusive company started just recently in 2017. Their mission is to encourage gaming; helping both new players and seasoned players find some awesome accessories for their table. They specialize in metal dice and dice boxes.
Games and Comics Pair O' Dice
Board games, comics, RPGs, retro video games, and more! All located at the store in Fairfax Virginia
Baltimore Science Fiction Society
BSFS is a 501(c)(3), non-profit, charitable, literary and educational organization, dedicated to the promotion of, and an appreciation for, science fiction in all of its many forms. They also plan Balticon!
JohnCon 2018 Sponsors
Brews and Board Games
We publish the Fluxx series of card games... FLUXX has that certain something that makes a game addictive -- when it ends, you want to play again immediately, even if you lost. Fluxx (and its various special editions) is the company's best known product, but we have published many other award-winning games that are just as addictive. Our games include time travel card games and board games featuring LOONEY PYRAMIDS, innovative pyramid-shaped gaming pieces useful for hundreds of different games.
GMT Games is a California-based wargaming publisher founded in 1990. The current management and creative team includes Tony Curtis, Rodger MacGowan, Mark Simonitch, and Andy Lewis. The company has become well known for graphically attractive games that range from "monster games", of many maps and counters, to quite simple games suitable for introducing new players to wargaming. They also produce card games and family games. The Washington Post called GMT the modern hobby's highest-profile wargame publisher.