From Comics to Screen
Recently I was invited to speak at a local film community LBAFA (The Long Beach Acting & Film Association) meeting where the topic was From Comics to Screen. As an avid fan of comic books and their rich history from the pages to the screen I thought it would... Read more
Riverdale Extended Pilot Review
At last years SDCC I was lucky enough to see the pilot for Riverdale the new CW series that starts this Thursday January 26th. I waited to review it because I didn’t want to spoil anything with the show not airing until six months later. The pilot that will... Read more
Star Trek Turns 50
Stardate 94291.51, On the eve of the 50th anniversary of the first airing of Star Trek on NBC on September 8th 1966 at 8:30 pm began a journey of Gene Roddenberry vision of the future that has Lived Long and Prospered for 50 years now and continues to entertain and... Read more
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: 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: 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
Preacher Pilot Review
  While the premiere of Preacher on AMC hits next week, I was one of the lucky few that got to see an advance screening of the pilot at WonderCon back in March and to say that it blew the audience away was an understatement. The long time coming... Read more
Bryan Fuller Is New Star Trek Series Showrunner
Bryan Fuller has been selected as the showrunner of the new Star Trek television series that CBS is prepping for their digital platform CBS All Access that has a tentative date of 2017. How Fuller is going to fit this into his very busy schedule on top of American... Read more
DC Comics Re-Launches Hanna-Barbera
DC Comics recently announced that they are re-launching a line of Hanna-Barbera line of comics but instead of aiming them just for kids they are having top talent make them for a wider audience just like the original animated series did back in the 1960’s. When they announced them... Read more