L. takes a look into one of the best shows in the comics industry!
L. fondly recalls SENYC's Reimagining the Female Superhero panel with new quotes from Gail Simone, Amy Reeder, and more!
Join L. as she recounts the sensuous HeroesCon panel of Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky's Sex Criminals.
L. had the distinct pleasure of attending a panel with some of the top female comic creators at Special Edition NYC.
Erika and Vanessa chat with their friends at The Unique Geek about DragonCon and cosplay.
Tom Hiddleston as Loki surprising fans at San Diego Comic-Con is the best thing ever ... this week ... and kind of part of last week. Really, just Hiddleston as Loki is one of the best ideas anyone has ever had.
When Gail talks, we listen. Especially when she's talking comics. Here's a rundown of the best bits of the Spotlight on Gail Simone panel at MegaCon 2013.
If you’re ever suffering from a case of fan malaise, find the nearest comics/sci-fi/fantasy/anime convention and go. You won’t regret it. As Megacon reminded me, there’s nothing quite like a con to reconnect a person with the joys of fandom. Spending a few days surrounded by happy people in costumes and talking to the creators... Continue Reading →
Dragon*Con 2012 was a wonderful weekend and a successful journey into my first cosplay experience. I podcast with my precious Padawan, Dana, about Dragon*Con, my Black Canary costume and DC Comics Stimulated Boredom. Give it a listen, won't you?
If you have a friend or family member who is baffled by con culture, show them the Morgan Spurlock-directed documentary Comic-Con IV: A Fan’s Hope. With sincerity and affection, it explains to the uninitiated and/or judgmental the world that our crowd knows so well. Alas, we live in a society that interprets wearing a giant,... Continue Reading →
I ran into my friend Dana from Stimulated Boredom at MegaCon last weekend. Post con, he and I compare notes from the convention and geek-out about some comics on this week's show. CHECK IT OUT!
I have dropped in on my homie extraordinaire, Dana at Stimulated Boredom, once again to podcast a bit about my time at Dragon*Con this year. CLICK HERE to check it out!
Two years ago, some friends basically shamed me into going to Dragon*Con. I was going to be in Atlanta anyway, and with my relatives just blocks away from the venue, I had no excuse. They promised me that I wouldn’t regret it. Before I even made it to registration, I had a total conversion moment.... Continue Reading →