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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

Torchbearer: When Wall Street Finally Owns It All

The Occupy Wall Street protests started almost exactly 3 years ago. Three years before that, the irresponsible actions of the banks nearly caused the collapse of the Western World as incredible amounts of money simply vanished. Various governments poured money into the companies involved and

Baltimore Comic-Con Day 3: The Final Panels

I attended two panels on Sunday, Dynamite’s Pulp panel and Christy Blanch (with guest appearance by Mark Waid) on the Lois Lane Mort Weisinger Panel. Pulp at Dynamite (excuse the cut in the audio, my recorder ran out of batteries) I wanted to attend this

Baltimore Comic-Con Day 3 Liveblog

Don’t know how much liveblogging I’ll get to do as the data connections were horrible yesterday with so many people in one place. But, I’ve got things setup just in case. [liveblog]

Baltimore Comic-Con Day 2: Cosplay Overload!

There were a few cosplayers out on Friday, but today they came out in droves! Lots of amazing costumes! I noticed a few trends this year. First, lots of gender-bending. Especially a lot of female Captain Americas. Second, lots of race/ethinicity bending. This is awesome

Mark Waid at Baltimore Comic-Con 2014

Baltimore Comic-Con Day 2: Interview with Mark Waid

Just like when I spoke with Mark Waid two years ago, he is a VERY busy man at this convention. He is on nearly every panel and is incredibly popular with attendees seeking to speak with him and get his signature. So, first of all,