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Tag Archives: Baltimore Comic-Con
I love the Netflix Marvel Universe…okay, I wasn’t that impressed with the Iron Fist series. Not because of the acting; that was great. But because the screenwriting was absolutely abysmal. I got whiplash from all the character motivational switcheroos, but … Continue reading
David Petersen makes some incredible comics. Mouse Guard is absolutely awesome and you need to read it Right Now if you haven’t already gotten hooked. Now he’ll be the keynote speaker at the first ever Ringo Awards during Baltimore Comic-Con! … Continue reading
That’s right y’all. David Mazouz (Bruce Wayne) and Sean Pertwee (Alfred Pennyworth) of Gotham are headed to this year’s Baltimore Comic-Con! I’ve been hooked on the crazy coolness of Gotham from episode one, and can’t wait to hear what it’s like … Continue reading
Walking around Baltimore Comic-Con is always a treat, but my favorite part? Artist’s Alley. It’s wonderful to see all the creators chatting with fans, and working on new pieces. So I’m glad to see that Mark Wheatley (Titan’s Doctor Who series) … Continue reading
Well, BCC is at it again; this time they’re adding creator/artist Kazu Kibuishi to their Kids Love Comics Pavillion! Those amazing new Harry Potter covers? HIM. And those new covers are able to stand side-by-side with the amazing work Mary GrandPré … Continue reading
There’s a new awards kid in town. And I’m really digging the name. It’s the Ringo Awards, and these awards were created to celebrate ” the creativity, skill, and fun of comics.” And who isn’t down for that? The awards will … Continue reading
Holy cow – Wonder Woman is coming to Baltimore Comic-Con! Okay, it’s really Lynda Carter, the woman who brought Wonder Woman to life on TV. But just as awesome, right? And did you know she’s an incredible singer too? Yes … Continue reading