by The Collected Mutineer It’s been a few days since the sixth annual Her Universe Fashion Show at […]
by The Collectress Day three of San Diego Comic Con is in full swing-and of course, that means […]
Greetings from the nerd capital of the world! The Collective Admins are frantically running around SDCC, trying to […]
by The Collected Mutineer Each year, San Diego Comic-Con brings the best of pop culture to the forefront […]
The Collective admins are heading to San Diego Comic Con next week! Here’s where you can expect to […]
By the Collectress
The Collective Crew has been to our share of comic and fan conventions around the globe, and we’ve written about most of them. Yet, for all the con coverage we’ve done, we’ve never really delved into the types of people you meet at conventions. So this past WonderCon, I spent quite a bit of my weekend just walking around and talking to people. It was the social exercise of the year for me because I’m a verified introvert, and this is by no means an all-inclusive list, because of course there will be people who fit into none or multiple categories.
By the Collected Canadian
“Find what you’re afraid of most and go live there.”
The Collective had the fortunate opportunity of attending “A Legacy of Evil: Creating DC Villains” panel at this year’s WonderCon, moderated by John Kourounis (DC Daily Co-Host) and featuring masterminds Scott Snyder (Justice League, Dark Nights: Metal, Batman), Josh Williamson (Nailbiter, Justice League vs. Suicide Squad), Cecil Castellucci (Female Furies, The Changing Girl), Joëlle Jones (Lady Killer, Catwoman), and Adam Glass (Suicide Squad, Teen Titans). Are villains as villainous as they seem? Here are some things we learned about crafting these vile-but-valuable characters.
by The Collected Mutineer Yes, fellow human/human fella, you read that title correctly! Hot on the heels of […]
There has been a hole in my heart since True Blood ended, one that could only be filled with a spooky supernatural romance/mystery. I’ve tried other shows over the years (my turn with The Vampire Diaries was an absolute failure), but none have kept my interest.
Enter A Discovery of Witches.