The 2016 San Diego Comic-Con came to an end last Sunday, completing nearly five days of excellent adventures and pop culture pandemonium.
Whether it was planned this way or not, there seemed to be an equal rights theme running through Saturday’s activities at San Diego Comic-Con 2016. Civil rights icon Congressman John […]
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Day one of the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con included cool costumes, a veteran Captain America artist, and the celebration of two big pop culture anniversaries.
San Diego Comic-Con 2016 has begun and we’ve made our annual pilgrimage from the wastelands of Phoenix to the California coast for 5-days of pop culture craziness.
“What makes you think you can control them?”
I applaud SDCC for recognizing Doc Savage and The Shadow in their busy programming schedule; pulp heroes who inspired almost every aspect of any comic convention.
Saturday at San Diego Comic-Con showcased Star Wars art by Rob Prior and the Sideshow Collectibles R2-ME2 exhibit, and the amazing Stan Lee made an appearance.
“Black and blue. God versus man. Day versus night.”
Friday at San Diego Comic Con we focused on the pulp magazine roots of comics, with panels showcasing The Shadow, Doc Savage, Tarzan and John Carter of Mars.