SDCC

SDCC 2013: We Survived the Walking Dead Escape… Barely!

San Diego Comic-Con is an exhausting ordeal on its own. The long lines, the lack of sleep, the non-stop party atmosphere (some of us even have to work through it all). Add some zombies to the mix and the adventure can get downright deadly! I had ...

Geek Picks Special Prize Winner at Comic-Con 2013 Masquerade

Yep, we weighed in on the annual costume showcase. Co-hosted by the husband-and-wife duo of Phil and Kaja Foglio (studiofoglio.com), the San Diego Comic-Con Masquerade is traditionally a raucous affair featuring creative makeups, comedic skits ...

SDCC 2013: Comic Creator and Cosplay Culture [video]

What does Comic-Con mean to you? If you’re the average attendee, you’re probably a geek who loves some or all of the movies, TV shows, collectibles, cosplay, and, of course, comic books that line the aisles of the convention center ...

SDCC 2013: A Sharknado Descends on the Geek booth! [video]

Remember that night a few days before Comic-Con when the internet almost broke in half? Yeah, that was due to a Sharknado. What’s a Sharknado? Well, if you’ve been cut off from the world in your storm bunker these past few weeks, ...

SDCC 2013: Kick-Ass 2 Red Band Trailer – NSFW!

San Diego Comic-Con was the place to see the latest trailers from the biggest movies and Kick-Ass 2 didn’t disappoint. Sure, the film is polarizing, even among those in its cast (Jim Carrey), but for those who love Mark Millar and John ...

SDCC 2013: Vince Gilligan and the Cast Kiss Breaking Bad Good-bye

Bryan Cranston cosplayed as Walter White at San Diego Comic-Con. Bryan Cranston stepped out onto the Hall H stage looking very much like Walter White even though everyone who had seen him the day before in the Godzilla panel knew he was clean ...

SDCC 2013: YA Fiction Movie Adaptations Dominate Hall H

Recently, the fervor around young adult fiction/fantasy novels has been on the rise, creating huge fan bases for series like The Mortal Instruments, The Hunger Games, Divergent, and the long time favorite, Ender’s Game. And big followings mean ...