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Stars Including Stan Lee, Haley Atwell, and John Barrowman Shine at Seattle’s Emerald City Comicon 2015

Photo credit: Sherry Lipp

From legends like Stan Lee and Anthony Daniels to rising stars such as Anthony Mackie and Chloe Bennett, there was no shortage of excitement at Seattle's Emerald City Comicon 2015. Read More »

Will the Atlantic City Boardwalk Con Put the Nerd Back in the Comic Convention?

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This Atlantic City con looks like one to try and as legitimate as Comic-Con was back in the day before it turned from geek to chic and away from its core fan base. Read More »

Comics Review: ‘Justice for Hire’ Brings the Cool

Justice for Hire

Realistic fighting mixes with exhilarating explosions in a smart comic. Read More »

‘Once Upon a Time’ Interview: Creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis

Frozen is coming to Once Upon a Time

"Once Upon a Time" showrunners Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis talk about the new season. Read More »

Salt Lake Comic-Con 2014 Smashes Attendance Records

Salt Lake Comic Con

I can only imagine how much bigger it can get from here. Read More »

Magazine Review: ‘Ares’

ares magazine

Ares Magazine brings together the best of Golden Age pulp storytelling, eye-catching art, and modern indie board games. Read More »

‘The Strain': An Interview with Actor David Bradley

The Strain David Bradley

David Bradley plays Abraham Setrakian in The Strain, and through the magic of transatlantic Skype sat down to discuss his latest project. Read More »

Interview: Eric Shanower and Gabriel Rodriguez of ‘Little Nemo: Return to Slumberland’

little nemo return to slumberland

Modern artists revisit a timeless realm in a story 110 years old. Read More »

Comic Book Review: ‘Rob Hanes Adventures’ by Randy Raynaldo

robhanes

Randy Reynaldo creates an international spy we can all admire. Read More »

Comic Review: ‘My Gal, the Zombie’ by Dan Conner

my gal the zombie

Dan Conner shows that life as a radioactive zombie is tough, surreal, and even a little fun. Read More »