Articles Posted in the " sdcc@home " Category

  • SDCC@Home Wrap-Up: The Geekiary Crew Reacts

    Conventions in the age of COVID need to adjust how they operate in order to keep going. But how did SDCC@Home do on that front? -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged. Copyright © The Geekiary


  • Women Rocking Hollywood 2020: SDCC@Home Panel

    If a man’s world wouldn’t be nothing without a woman or a girl, then shouldn’t it also be a woman’s world? Long relegated to the role of “support”, women have been running things behind the scenes since the beginning of time. Bolstered by the movement to see more diversity and fairness in Hollywood, more women […]




  • Comic-Con@Home’s LGBTQ TV Characters Panel is a Long Overdue Delight

    Capping off a pretty excellent first full day of Comic-Con@Home programming (for me, at least) was “LGBTQ Characters on Television – What’s Next?”. This fully stacked panel consisted of eight (eight!) actors – most of whom are queer themselves – as they discussed portraying LGBTQ characters on TV and what they would improve about the […]



  • James Pearse Connelly Shares His Vision of the Future of Entertainment

    James Pearse Connelly is a production designer on some major fan favorite shows (including a little show called The Masked Singer). He’s part of the “Future of Entertainment” panel at #SDCCatHome, where he’ll be sharing his ideas about where entertainment is headed.   -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole to other […]




  • The Best SDCC@Home Panels For Aspiring Creators

    San Diego Comic-Con is best known for flashy celebrity panels and big reveals, but it’s also a place for aspiring creators to get advice from top industry talent. With all programming moving online this year, those who haven’t been able to get a ticket can finally tap into that resource. -Read our before commenting. Do […]