Chatting with letterer/writer Joe Caramagna at NYCC!
Another day a new event – but this one has a new slant and marks the return of Emerald City Comic Con founder Jim Demonakos to independent showrunning. LightBox Expo will take place in September 6-8, 2019 at the Pasadena Convention Center and spotlight animation, concept art and character design, some of the more behind […]
A new way for a con to be controversial was found over the weekend.
There’s a ton of stuff to look forward to when New York Comic Con rolls around, no matter who you are or what you’re into; exclusives, collectibles, cosplays, panels, celebrities, premieres, attractions, the list goes on. This year, for me, however, I most anticipated a conversation with a new friend named Paul, a London-based cosplayer […]
Out of all of Marvel’s mobile games, the most successful one is without a doubt Marvel Contest of Champions. It hit $100 million in gross revenue seven months after its release. The developers behind the game, Kabam, always have a big presence at the Marvel booth at NYCC and this year was no exception. From […]
By Ricardo Serrano Denis There is an undeniable charm to smaller, more thematically-specific comics conventions. They promote conversation and an exchange of ideas that tends to get lost in the bigger, louder, and more distracting mess of lights and sounds that are the larger arena conventions. Diversity Comic Con, organized by Ramón Gil, favors conversation. […]
IT’S REIGNING SUPERMEN!
Despite not even having an official opening date planned, the former Hall of Champions Sports Museum and the future home of the Comic-Con Museum opened its doors for the first time to the public for the Maker Faire weekend.
One weekend, two very different time zones
by Ricardo Serrano Denis Truth might edge out fiction in the ‘strange’ department, but it doesn’t always go the same way with entertainment. People are creatures of entertainment. They aspire to it, they thrive in it, and they inherently gravitate towards it. When I was kid, my preferred form of education was movies. JFK, Saving […]