The character of Kara Danvers, aka Supergirl, saw a retelling of her origin story in the 2016-2017 Supergirl: Being Super. Written by YA author Mariko Tamaki, the story sets Kara in a small, urban town in America where the 16-year-old girl must discover her ever developing powers and deal with the struggles of adolescents. On today’s new comic books day, the four-issue miniseries has been re-released as a two-hundred and eight-page graphic novel.
2019’s convention schedule conflict is unfortunate. But avoiding these kind of overlaps are not as easy as you think. Planet Comicon’s Chris Jackson explains why.
This is where the WonderCon culture steps in, as it has become a tradition to have an unofficial “fountain-con” at the fountain outside, mostly consisting of cosplayers dancing to music and watching movies on projectors that someone will bring with them.
“You need to continue to learn,” said Glumace. “You got to put the time in.”
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When asked how his art has changed and evolved over the last 30 years, Jurgens said, “The changes to my art are influenced by what I write. The best way to tell a story also changes over time.”
For those who needed to still pick up their passes or didn’t yet have their lanyards, security staff seemed to be no nonsense, readily telling people to go which way for the badge pickup or ordering those with badges but no lanyards to “go get a lanyard right away.”
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“We wanted little kids reading the book to see that they could go to San Francisco and in essence walk the path that they walked and feel like that you could be on their adventure too.”
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