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Introductions and such

Hello and all that jazz!

This is an introductory blog post!

This blog is spawned out of a class project for online journalism combined with an independent comic studies project. 438 more words

Comic Studies

Comic-Con, Mad Square and the World of Comics

Growing up, I always loved the comics I read in the Sunday paper like Charles Shultz’s Peanuts, Ernie Bushmiller’s Nancy, Mort Walker’s Beetle Bailey… 590 more words

Books

Blindspot's Jaimie Alexander reveals secret behind tattoos

Every tattoo has a story – a wild night out, the passing of a loved one – but the tats on Blindspot could herald global destruction. 575 more words

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Rolling Stone Remarks on the 10 Best Things Seen and Heard at 2014 New York Comic Con

By Jenna Scherer, Rolling Stone, October 14, 2014

(http://www.rollingstone.com/culture/lists/10-best-things-we-saw-and-heard-at-new-york-comic-con-20141014)

New York Comic Con may lack the cultural heft of its West Coast counterpart, but for superfans of all stripes, it’s still the best time to be had on this side of the continent. 1,601 more words

Conventions

Beginning of the dead: AMC prequel more human than zombie

No one ever said bringing about the zombie apocalypse would be easy.

But Dave Erickson, co-creator of Fear the Walking Dead, admits he didn’t really feel the weight of responsibility until San Diego’s Comic Con last month, long after he had entered AMC’s beloved universe of the dead. 1,076 more words

Television

SDCC 2015 Culture Shock – Day 3 & 4

Day 3 – Saturday

During the badge ticket process, the Saturday badges were already sold out by the time I was admitted in for purchase, so a friend and I had a free day. 957 more words

Places

SDCC 2015 Culture Shock – Day 1 & 2

DAY 1 – Thursday

Friends stood in line at the crack of dawn for the door opening of the Exhibit Hall, the rest of us joined them around 7:30a… we were all after Funko merchandise. 964 more words

Places