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Well’p, it’s time to get to the meat of ReGen4 – Saturday! And things were hopping. As I figured on Friday, the place was a whole lot busier, but even with the sharp increase in attendees (as is usual for … Continue reading
It’s the Wednesday after last weekend’s amazing Small Press Expo, and I had an absolute blast! I also caught a mean case of the Con Crud, which has had me flatbacked ever since Saturday night. So, to make sure y’all … Continue reading
Oh WOWZA. Looking forward to hearing him speak on all his work. Sin City, The Dark Knight, 300… WOWZA AGAIN. So let’s just get right to the good stuff, ‘kay? Read on for the full 411 straight from BCC!
Hey – did you know Scott Snyder is coming to this year’s Awesome Con? I didn’t know either! But any time he’s in a panel, it’s always a lot of fun. Plus, how can you miss with a guy that … Continue reading
Awesome Con just keeps giving its fans – as well as their creators and guests – better and better things. This time? A spotlight on “queer creators and fans”, as well as a way to consolidate LGBTQ ‘con stuff, so … Continue reading
Tis the season to be shoppin’! Yeah; am I the only one who looks at Black Friday and thinks “what convention tickets are on discount”? Well, there’s one that’s putting that discount info out to fans. Baltimore Comic-Con will be … Continue reading
The award-winning March series is incredible. If you haven’t read it yet, go do it now. I’ll wait. In the meantime, synopsis! The March trilogy is a black and white graphic novel trilogy about the U.S. Civil Rights Movement, told … Continue reading