WonderCon 2017 Preview
It’s that time of the year where WonderCon comes back to SoCal and after last years punishment of the Los Angeles Convention Center, the show is back to it’s original location at the Anaheim Convention Center. While there is still some ongoing expansion construction the most of the major... Read more
WonderCon 2016: The Giant’s Dream Review
Before I get to the WonderCon screening of The Giant’s Dream there is a bit of history and personal story that goes with my love of the Iron Giant. On August 6th 1999, Warner Bros. with little fanfare released the animated film The Iron Giant. The film died at... Read more
WonderCon 2016: DC Comics Hanna-Barbera Panel
  One of the WonderCon panels that I was very excited to go to was the DC Comics new Hanna-Barbera line of comics that starts in May 2016. The panel included Co-Publisher’s Dan Didio and Jim Lee, Line Editor Marie Javins, and Amanda Conner. Dan Didio started off the... Read more
WonderCon 2016 Prep Guide
With WonderCon coming to Los Angeles this weekend there is a lot to see and do at the show. There will be a ton of panels and surprisingly the Hollywood influence is pretty lean this year and seems to be a bigger focus on comics this time around. DC,... Read more
WonderCon 2015: Artists Alley
One of the things that I love most about WonderCon in Anaheim is the fantastic artist alley that they have. This is the third year that WonderCon has been in Anaheim and each year it seems that there are more talent that the show draws. Having the show in... Read more
WonderCon 2015: Scott Shaw! Oddball Comics
One of the highlights of WonderCon was the great Scott Shaw! Oddball Comics panel. Scott is one of the most talented guys around. He has worked in both the comics and animation field for many years on such projects as Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew, Sonic the... Read more
APE Gets A New Owner That Is The Old Owner
Over the weekend in San Francisco the Alternative Press Expo (APE) was held at Fort Mason Center and the big news out of the show was something that was really surprising. Comic Con International is handing the convention back to original owner and founder Dan Vado. Vado started the... Read more
Have Comic Conventions Jumped The Shark?
One of the dirty little secret of “comic conventions” bubbled to the surface on the internet over the past few days fueled by a story by Denise Dorman the wife of Dave Dorman who is probably best known for his Star Wars covers at Dark Horse Comics. She spilled... Read more
IDW Artist Editions WonderCon 2014 Panel
Scott Denbier took the stage Saturday evening to show us all of the new IDW Artist Editions that are going to kill our wallets soon and in the future. While other sites have reported the new announcements, that is only part of the story of these great panels. I... Read more
WonderCon 2014 Day 3
Today was the last day of WonderCon Anaheim and I spent most of the day in artist alley that I had not had a chance to see on Friday or Saturday. Artist Alley is where you will find artist of all kinds selling artwork, sculptures, books, comics and anything... Read more