Oh we promised no more San Diego links, but this little film Paul Dini and Misty Lee made of a sock puppet going around befuddling people is one of the best San Diego films we’ve ever seen.
Yes yes, we know this is yesterday’s news and Chicago is where it’s at now, but a few last links before we sail into the sunset. Chuck Rozanzki sends out a daily report from the show, and they’re all gathered in one place. Rozanski is a smart guy and always has interesting observations, and we’re […]
The San Diego Comic-con now exists as a means to disseminate press releases to the internet. Sitting in the press room on the Friday of the show, on deadline, a group of reporters were interrupted by a press conference for an upcoming TV show. When the reporters went outside to work without distraction, a steady […]
One last video.
Or as Walt Whitman wrote, Now finale to the shore. Now, land and life, finale, and farewell! Now Voyager depart! (much, much for thee is yet in store;)
Well it seems video blogging is the new pink, as Tim Leong at Comics Foundry was maing his own vids guerilla style. Here he captues the con in all its glory including rare, precious footage of Spurge and The Beat sniping at each other on a panel! Here, always dapper Tim kicks it up a […]
We took a lot fewer pictures because we were … well, it’s hard to remember what we were doing. Watching panels, editing stories and taping vidblog pieces, actually. We avoided the main floor on Saturday, because it is usually the hottest, stinkiest day of the con, and this year was all that and a bag […]
Between the Panels recounts the Talkback panel where folks get things off their chests, attended by 15-20 people. Now bear in mind, 20 people out of 120,000 is a pretty low percentage, and the geek-o-sphere is particularly given over to anal nitpickers who can never be happy, so take the following with a grain of […]
The former comics editor at EW has some pointed observations: 7. Some parents should just be ashamed of themselves. Adam and I crashed the giant ballroom a little early for the Snakes on a Plane panel, and caught the tail end of the Lucasfilm presentation. Needless to say, the 6,000 seat Hall H was filled […]
Maxwell covers a day of ups and downs, including the fabled blogging panel in a post he likes to call A Sudden Sense of Bleakness – Friday: Butcher was passionate about his assertions regarding the independence of bloggers and the necessity of them facing down the big companies and calling their bluffs about media blackouts […]