ReedPop runs some of the world’s biggest and most successful conventions. You bet they’re feeling the impact of the lockdowns and are determined to do more online.
They’ve launched The Haul.
If you’ve written a tabletop RPG, you might sell it through DriveThruRPG or Itch. If you’ve got dice or 3d printed models, then you might set up an Etsy tall. If you’ve got art, you might turn to Redbubble or Society 6.
The Haul is designed to be a merger of those sites. It doesn’t make stuff, like Redbubble does, but it does act as a marketplace. It attracts geeks looking for comics, collectables and gaming merch and gives creators a platform to sell.
If you’ve walked through a merch hall at EGX, MCM Comic Con or Crunchyroll Expo, then you’ll know what the physical equivalent is. Lots of talented geeky creators, each with desks and kiosks, each of which is temptingly packed cool stuff for you to buy.
You can find their time-limited exclusives in a standalone section.
The Haul is partnered up with the Metaverse, which is ReedPop’s always-on web presence.
Both the Metaverse and The Haul are part of ReedPop’s online push. For tabletop fans, Dicebreaker is part of the project and has become a significant site for board game and RPG coverage.
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