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Baltimore Comic-Con Day 1: Interview with Liz DeJesus

At the convention I had the pleasure of speaking with Liz DeJesus, a prolific author, who has written comics, books, and short stories. Her stories often contain Fairy Tale or Supernatural elements. Her book series, of which the first is First Frost, stood out to

Baltimore Comic-Con Day 3 Liveblog

It’s the final day of the convention. I’ve seen so many incredible costumes and spoken to so many great people about their projects. Today is the final day to experience all the wonder of this mid-Atlantic comic mecca. I still have 9 more videos to

Baltimore Comic-Con 2015 Day 2 Liveblog

I had lots of great interviews yesterday – so many that I was unfortunately unable to get them all rendered before I had to get some sleep! But if you look up at the featured posts on the main page’s header, you can see the

Comic POW! will be at Baltimore Comic-Con 2015

Just as in years past, I’ll be covering Baltimore Comic-Con this year. There will be a post per day where I’ll be live-blogging at the event. Then, each night I’ll post as many interviews and panel posts as I can get in before the day

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Still Not Sure About Baltimore Comic-Con?

Well, it’s only TWO weeks away, so let’s see if this helps you make up your mind! First off, what about being able to see this great talent from the Comic Art House Collective? Scott Ambruson¬†artist, The Collectors, Trailer Park of Terror, Crime Wave Anthology,

More Baltimore Comic-Con 2015 News!

I can now confirm that, barring any family emergencies, I’ll be covering Baltimore Comic-Con 2015! Just like last year, my intention is to do a combination of live-blogging and posts during and after the show. There will be some video this year as well, but

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Baltimore Comic-Con 2015 News

As always, I’m covering Baltimore Comic-Con! So here’s a roundup of the news so far! Some of the announced guests include: Steve Conley, who you may know from JLA-Z from DC Comics, Star Trek: Year Four from IDW, and Michael Chabon’s Amazing Adventures of the

Clive Lee - Author of Coral Hare

Baltimore Comic-Con: Interview with Clive of Coral Hare

One of the things I love about Baltimore Comic-Con is that, unlike some of the other conventions, it really still is a comic con. No movies or TV shows or sparkling vampires (unless they’re featured in a comic book).¬† At least, that holds true in