Those of us who write for The Geekiary are a pretty close-knit community. We don’t just discuss the website with each other; we share life events and fangirl together. Depending on who’s fangirling at the moment, it could be about anything from Bryan Fuller to One Direction to Hogwarts Houses and more. Yes, sometimes we […]
Mattel has released another round of San Diego Comic-Con exclusives, and I seriously should just give them my wallet right now and save myself the trouble. The first wave of SDCC exclusives was released a couple of weeks ago and included some supremely awesome dolls (I must own that Wonder Woman, I’m not even kidding), […]
The upcoming direct-to-video animated adaptation of the famous DC Comics story Batman: The Killing Joke will be making its world premiere during Comic-Con International in San Diego next month. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
I’m very excited for this San Diego Comic-Con 2016 announcement, because not only will A Podcast of Ice & Fire be hosting a Song of Ice and Fire panel for the second year in a row at SDCC, but it means that I will be returning to Comic-Con as well! Last year I was invited […]
With less than two months to go until geeks worldwide converge on San Diego for the granddaddy of all cons, announcements have started going out regarding the most sought-after of all souvenirs: exclusives. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
A new exhibition celebrating Star Trek‘s 50th anniversary called “Star Trek: 50 Artists. 50 Years” will debut at the world-famous San Diego Comic-Con this summer. The exhibit will feature 50 artists from 10 countries around the world. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
SDCC Hotel Tips & FAQ – Welcome to our San Diego Comic-Con Hotel Tips & FAQ! This page will be updated every year with changes. This article was started back in 2014 and the majority of the information remains the same, but as with all things SDCC, there are procedural differences every year. We’ll note […]