I love once-in-a-lifetime crossovers!
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In the last few days, I read online that Invaders from Marvel Comics, based on…
Baltimore Comic-Con is one of those great con experiences each year because they focus on comics! Yes, they do have some media guests, but they are often mostly known for comic- or genre-related shows! Happy 20th, BCC!
As much as I enjoy Baltimore Comic-Con, it also signals the time of the year when convention season begins to seriously wind down. I can’t help but think that Prince was right when he said, “Life is just a party, and parties weren’t meant to last.” Neither does con season.
I know this is somewhat early to be talking about this subject, but I felt it important to ride a certain hobby horse of mine—supporting Halloween ComicFest again this year! It takes place on Saturday, October 26!
I think Free Comic Book Day continues to soar even higher every year, and I hope the same can be said about Halloween ComicFest coming this month as well!
I thought this week I’d talk about why NYCC is important for the industry as well as what I felt works on many levels.
In just a few days, the four-day New York Comic Con will get underway. It’s one of my very favorite conventions all year, and this year DC and Warner Bros. are shining their light on everyone’s madcap crazy girl, Harley Quinn!
This past Saturday, September 21, was the yearly celebration of DC’s best-known character, Batman. It…
This past weekend, I attended the One-Year Anniversary celebration at BAMF! Comics Coffee Community in Maitland, Florida. September 14th was the exact date when, a year ago, the store opened.
One phenomenon in comics that always grabs our attention is when a hero turns to “the dark side.” The latest example can be found in Batman/Superman taking on several DC heroes made “evil” by The Batman Who Laughs.
The debate has been raging on for years now: What will comics be like in…
During a recent sci-fi/Trek convention, I ran a discussion panel on The CW’s upcoming ‘Crisis…
This past weekend, I was at GalaxyCon Raleigh 2019 in North Carolina! This convention was previously known as Raleigh Supercon, but a new owner bought some of the SuperCon franchise, so some of the Supercons will still have that name moving forward. The ones under the new ownership are called GalaxyCons.
This past week saw something unusual happen—a comic actually ended at an odd number! It was a “Dead” end since it was the final issue of Image Comics’ The Walking Dead.
I’m struck by a variety of emotions and thoughts!
Now Marvel is bringing back the original Alpha Flight team, and the creative team is from Canada!