I am in Seattle for Emerald City Comic Con as I write this. ECCC is the beginning of the 9 months the comics industry affectionately refers to as “Con Season.” 9 month seasons. Not so bright. Comics Industry- ok at making comics, less ok at everything else. Anyway, I flew in on the Forbidden Planet [...]
New York Comic Con, like a vestigial tail, is now behind us. Maybe you were one of the lucky ones on the Con floor and know firsthand of the amazing announcements, projects and previews which just went down. I’ve heard the Evil Dead remake footage was impressive. I hear both Brian Michael Bendis and Iron [...]
The New York Comic Con is BACK, ushering in the reminder that New York is the center of the publishing world. The NYCC has the BEST artists’ alley, the best small press books and the best collection of Yankees hats of any comic book con on Earth. You do know that I, Unkiedev, am a [...]
Don’t know if you remember our last Walking Dead event contest, but if you were there you’ll know it was a slammin’ time. Well, there’s another super-rad gig going down at San Diego Comic-Con this year, and YOU could win a chance to be part of it… Hyundai Undead 2012 SweepstakesGamesRadar wants to bring you [...]
Matt D. (your gregarious host) and Morgan Pielli (your intrepid cameraman and director) took a trip to this year’s New York Comic Con. The sights! The sounds! The…smells! It’s a sensory overload, and you just never know when inspiration will strike..!
If you’re in the area, come by and show your support for the indie comics scene at this years Philly Alt Con! Doors open at noon on the 14th! Check out the site for more details.I’ll be there with my series Indestructible Universe Quarterly! Stop by my very red table and say “hi!”
By Unkiedev The nineties comic book boom (and subsequent crash) was based on two factors that are still cavorting through the forest of comics today. One is the Unicorn of variant covers, the other is the lion of investor speculation. See how nimbly they prance! The resale of comic books was viewed as a big [...]
The Week AFTER San Diego Comic Con is notoriously absent of whiz-bang-pow. The publishers limp out a few regular titles and hold their collective heads as the faint cobwebs of hangovers and sun-stroke fade into the routine of a regular work week.
By Devin T. Quin Arg! T’is time again for the San Diego Comic Con, the biggest and most expensive trip most nerds will take outside of their parents basements this year. If you haven’t bought your tickets yet then take heart, because you can’t anymore. I’m sure the dang thing will be totally sold out [...]