[NEWS} P. Craig Russell returns to adapt more Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology best-seller from Dark Horse Comics
[NEWS] Christofer Emgård and Tomás Aira (The Whispering Dark), brings in a upcoming cosmic horror mini-series and fictionalized reimagining of World War II in The Secret Land.
[NEWS]Image Comics, in collab with Greg Rucka and others set “to take readers on a breathless journey” in the forthcoming Compass comic series, starting in June.
[NEWS] New details on the Little Nemo and the Nightmare Fiends game, including adding prolific hip-hop nerdcore artist Mega Ran, whose music blends education, hip-hop, and gaming, to its soundtrack.
[NEWS] Recently announced, the fan-favorite steampunk adventure series by comic artist and storyteller Joe Benitez, Lady Mechanika will return with in 2021 with a new publisher, Image Comics.
Epic Games recently announced MetaHuman Creator, a new software tool based off its Unreal Engine. This new tool can craft hyper realistic faces and next gen body movements … Continue reading Unreal’s MetaHuman Creator takes digital character-making to its next gen level
[NEWS} Made In Korea follows Jesse, the world’s first true A.I. system, on an exciting exploration of what it means to be a family in an age when biological parenthood is no longer a reality.
Not even a terrible pandemic can stop the San Diego Comic-Con. Today, the 51st San Diego Comic Convention begins now, until Sunday. … Continue reading Cheering on my SDCC time with Comic-Con@Home
(Continued from Part 1 of my adventures through the annual Portland Retro Gaming Expo, 2019) This next part is dedicated to an … Continue reading Treasures of the Portland Retro Gaming Expos, Part 2 (Nintendo Power!)
Last weekend, I attended the 2019 Portland Retro Gaming Expo. I had an awesome time there. The Portland Retro Gaming Expo. remains … Continue reading Treasures of the Portland Retro Gaming Expo, Part 1
Over 1000 miles away, I look back to the San Diego Comic Convention of 2019. I wave slowly for my 25th visit … Continue reading San Diego Comic Con 2019, Adventures in the Exhibit Hall
The San Diego Comic-Con will reach its golden 50th year anniversary, this year. I am super excited, not just for being the … Continue reading My early years of the San Diego Comic-Con, 1994-1999
So video game fans, another annual Electronics Entertainment Expo show, (aka E3), just passed through again. As a fan of video games … Continue reading My post-E3 2019 gaming impressions…
Last weekend, comic book fans and cosplayers took over Anaheim, California to celebrate Wondercon, now in its 32nd year. The sold-out show … Continue reading 2019’s Con Season Begins at Wondercon
No modern-day pop-culture convention feels complete without the efficient cosplay dedication from many of its attendees. The 2019 Emerald City Comic Con … Continue reading Cosplay excellence at the 2019 Emerald City Comic Con
Last weekend, was another wonderful time at the annual Emerald City Comic Con for 2019, here in Seattle. For me, it was … Continue reading Casual adventuring through the 2019 Emerald City Comic Con
Fun finds at the PGRF
(Continued from my last entry, San Diego Comic Con 2018 Notes and Commentary, Part 1) At times, the cosplay at the San Diego Comic … Continue reading San Diego Comic Con 2018 Notes and Commentary, Part 3/5 – Cosplay Everywhere
(Continued from my last entry, San Diego Comic Con 2018 Notes and Commentary, Part 1) And now, my continued chronicles of the greatest comics show on … Continue reading San Diego Comic Con 2018 Notes and Commentary, Part 2/5 – Interesting Persons
This 49th Annual San Diego Comic Con for the 2018 year ended a week ago, but the memories will last. Those among … Continue reading San Diego Comic Con 2018 Notes and Commentary, Part 1/5 – Exhibit Hall Madness