Articles Posted in the " News " Category


  • News from San Diego Comic-Con for #SaveHannibal

    On Friday night for San Diego Comic-Con I camped out in line for Ballroom 20.  The Hannibal panel wasn’t until the end of the day, but I had to be as close as possible, so camping out was a requirement.  It seems I wasn’t the only one with the idea.  While I did the same […]


  • SDCC Agent Carter Press Room: Addressing Sexism and Racism

    Since Agent Carter burst on the scene in Captain America, there’s been an enormous amount of buzz about the character and the role she’ll play in the Superhero genre. Our own writer Undie made note of this in her article Stop Saying the Future of Female Superheroes is tied to Agent Carter’s Success. While we […]


  • Comic-Con: So Much Love for Steven Universe

    Recently a friend suggested that I watch Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe…and then she kept suggesting it until I did. Though I wasn’t quite sure what to make of it at first, I’m glad I pushed on, because this little show has so much heart. So imagine my excitement when I was able to attend the […]


  • 12 Monkeys Panel at SDCC: Love, death, and the rabbit hole of time

    12 Monkeys, SyFy Channel’s time-travel drama based on the 1995 movie of the same name, had a strong beginning in season 1, and is now revving up for season 2. Co-creators Terry Matalas and Travis Fickett, and stars Aaron Stanford, Amanda Schull, Barbara Sukowa, Emily Hampshire, Kirk Acevedo, and Todd Stashwick were on-hand at SDCC […]



  • Nerd HQ 2015: A Conversation with William Shatner

    The ever popular Nerd HQ, hosted by Zachary Levi’s company The Nerd Machine, which benefits the charity Operation Smile, is back for San Diego Comic-Con 2015.  This year they’ve set up camp in the New Children’s Museum, which is definitely the most comfortable and relaxing venue that they’ve used to date.  The couches are comfortable, […]


  • Comic-Con: Vikings Takeover!

    Considering I wrote a recommendation for History Channel’s Vikings last year, I obviously really enjoy the show – and because of that I’m super excited about everything Vikings-related at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. The official panel is on Friday at 3:30 PM in Room 6A of the convention center, and will feature Travis Fimmel […]


  • Locus Award for Short Fiction, 2014 Finalists

    After the drama of the Puppy-tinted Hugos, the Locus Award finalists are an abrupt departure from that list. On the short fiction front, there isn’t a single finalist that overlaps with the Hugo nominees. More interestingly, these finalists do not overlap at all with the Nebulas, either, so this year we have three completely different […]