Nekocon is an Anime con that celebrated its twentieth year this past weekend, November 3-5, 2017. Pre-Con estimates hovered near 5000 attendees, and the guest list was . . . sparse. The interesting things about this Con lay more in the overall feel of it, rather than the guests.
Do you remember when the first Kingdom Hearts was announced? There was quite a bit of confusion and some negative criticism when the idea of the series was introduced, combining the worlds of Final Fantasy and various Disney franchises. Many believed the crossover wouldn’t work and was a waste of
As the weekend winds down, as does 14th annual Phoenix Comicon. In case you hadn’t heard, or read it on Facebook, or felt it yourself, Phoenix Comicon was blistering hot. This was not the first time Phoenix Comicon has been held in summer, but it certainly was the hottest. As
Right now is a great time to be a costumer. For the first time, probably ever, costuming resources are at their best. Forces like Joann’s, Yaya Han, McCalls, and Simplicity have created amazing patterns and fabrics with costumers in mind. Now it is easier than ever to find patterns made
On day two of CinemaCon Warner Bros rolled out the red carpet in a star-studded presentation of their upcoming films for 2015 and 2016. President of Warner Bros Kevin Tsujihara announced record sales for the media giant in 2014 and a long list of highly anticipated films in the coming years.
On this episode of the We Are Nerds Podcast, we go where most nerds have gone before, Yosh joins us yet again as we watch Star Trek 5: The Final Frontier, Jenn goes on Facebook, Ross tells us about why the sun sleeps and Greg tries to not interrupt.
The Sony Pictures presentation at CinemaCon was packed with a full slate of Sony's upcoming films. Almost everything the studio mentioned had an extended trailer to go along with it, including 30 minutes of The Amazing Spider-Man 2. The films showcased at the event were 22 Jump Street, Deliver Us
The Universal Studios presentation at Cinema Con 2014 showcased many of the studio's releases this year, as well as a few teasers of its 2015 release calendar. There were extended looks at Neighbors, A Million Ways to Die in the West, Lucy, Unbroken, The Purge: Anarchy, Get On Up, Dumb
Once upon a time there was a little boy who liked to play pretend. He and his friends would meet at the neighborhood park (or vacant lot, etc.) and come up with various games. They would find sticks that would transform into either swords or guns with the power of
We all have stories about the emotional resonance some games have had with us. There's always the story about how seeing a beloved character die in a game made you cry, or how the ending to your favorite sci-fi gaming trilogy enraged you to the point of swearing off gaming