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  • Walker Stalker Con Interview: Zach Galligan

    Best known for his role as Billy Peltzer in Gremlins and Gremlins 2, Zach Galligan has also acted in several other indie horror movies – including Legion of the Dead, Nightbeasts, and Hatchet III. He is represented by Sean Clark, who is also the agent for Norman Reedus – so between his horror movie background, […]


  • The Walking Dead 4×02 Review: Infected

    On last week’s season premiere of The Walking Dead, it rained zombies and we learned about Rick’s three questions. But we begin this week with 0 days without an accident, and our survivors don’t get much further than that before one of the cell blocks is attacked. And at the same time, Maggie and Carl […]


  • Walker Stalker Con: A different kind of convention

    Last night I had the incredible good fortune of being able to interview Eric and James of The Walker Stalkers podcast – and as they are also the founders of Walker Stalker Con, which I will be attending next month, it was awesome to pick their brains and get the scoop on what is sure […]


  • The Walking Dead Comics and the need for female writers

    * Please note that the following article contains spoilers through Volume 18 (Issue 108) of The Walking Dead comic books. * With the upcoming release of Volume 19 of The Walking Dead comics (Issues 109-114), as well as season 4 of the television show, I finally decided that it was time to get caught up […]


  • AWA: My First Anime Convention

    Anime Weekend Atlanta follows on Dragon Con’s heels every year (taking place just a few weeks later and taking place just a few miles away) but it is, of course, a completely different convention. And though I’ve watched some anime, the idea of going to a full-on anime convention never really occurred to me. But […]


  • Sharknado vs. Ghost Shark

    * I’m just going to go ahead and put a SPOILER ALERT on this entire article. If you don’t want to be spoiled for Sharknado or Ghost Shark, stop reading now. * Sharknado premiered on the SyFy channel in mid-July of this year, and there’s no arguing with the fact that it took the world […]


  • Cosplay is not Consent: The Dragon Con Edition

    I feel the need to begin this article with the caveat that I had an amazing time at Dragon Con this year – the problem is that I have to also say that my having a good time was despite some things that happened. That said, I also think that I need to point out […]


  • The “Mainstreaming” of Geek Culture

    Lately, I’ve been hearing/reading a lot of complaints about “poser geeks”, “hipster geeks”, “geek chic”, “fake geeks/fake geek girls”, and the like. Now, to be fair, I’ve also seen plenty of people putting their feet down and refusing to pander to that nonsense – but the fact of the matter is, the idea that people […]



  • MonsterCon: The Little Convention That Could

    San Diego Comic Con may be over and Dragon Con may be more than a month away, but all over the country there are still several conventions to look forward to. For example, in the upper south there’s Fandom Fest in Kentucky, taking place this coming weekend; while in the north east there’s Boston Comic […]