SDCC ’16: FX
FX network again took over the lawn area behind the convention area to promote their upcoming fall series The Strain, It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, American Horror Story, Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll along with Son of Zorn. FX has a lot of fun in creating areas... Read more
SDCC ’16: Star Wars Rogue One
While Disney and Lucasfilm decided no to have a Rogue One: A Star Wars Story panel this year they did however bring some of the costumes from the movie and have them on display in the Star Wars pavilion on the exhibiters floor. While it’s always great to see... Read more
SDCC ’16: DC Direct
I’m still trying to play catch up on all of the SDCC photos from this years show. Today we look at DC Directs toys and statues that are planned for the near future. One of the biggest successes from DC Direct has been the action figures and recently they... Read more
SDCC ’16: DC Film & TV Costumes
One of the really neat things that DC Comics booth did last few years is to bring production costumes from their television and feature films based on the DC Comics Universe. This year not only did they bring their newest Suicide Squad but also next years Wonder Woman film.... Read more
SDCC ’16: Peanuts Pop Up Shop
One of the biggest draws on both the exhibitors floor and in the Gas Lamp district is the Peanuts merchandise from the Charles Schulz Museum and there are long lines to get exclusive merchandise. This year the pop-up store in the Gas Lamp district teamed up with Rock The... Read more
SDCC ’16: Darwyn Cooke Tribute
On May 14th 2016 one of the greatest talents in comics Darwyn Cooke left us. His talent was without measure and his loss hit us all very hard. When I found out the news of his passing, it hit me like a ton of bricks. I didn’t know Darwyn... Read more
SDCC ’16: South Park 20
One of the biggest changes to San Diego Comic Con has been the expansion of the show outside the convention center itself. The show itself has about 130,000 paid attendees but with so many things going on in the downtown San Diego area there are estimates that it draws... Read more
SDCC ’16: Samurai Jack [adult swim]
Were back with the first post SDCC coverage of the show. There are a number of panels that I will be covering and impressions of the overall show. Samurai Jack is the beloved series created by Genndy Tartakovsky and premiered on Cartoon Network in August 2001 and ran for... Read more
San Diego Comic Con 2016 Survival Guide
In less than 24 hours the great trek of geeks will descend on San Diego California for Comic Con International or more old school San Diego Comic Con. I have compiled a handy get ready guides that have been my go to help guides. I have been going to... Read more
Comic Book People Celebration
  Jackie Estrada On Saturday afternoon at Meltdown comic was a celebration of Jackie Estrada’s new book Comic Book People Volume 2. The first volume covers the 1970’s and 1980’s and the new book covers the 1990’s. Jackie has been attending comic conventions for over 40 years and most... Read more