Tolkien fans rejoice! The Weta Workshop has come through for Lord of the Rings devotees once again. SDCC […]
Have you downloaded the Peacock app yet? If you haven’t, NBC Universal’s Comic-Con@Home panels just gave us two pretty great reasons—The Capture and Brave New World.
During The Boys‘ season 2 Comic-Con At Home panel, it was announced by executive producer Seth Rogen that the series had an early pick-up for a third season, much to the delight of the show’s creator, Eric Kripke, and the show’s cast.
Perhaps I’m getting a little ahead of myself…but I was just so excited about a season 3 (to premiere…sometime in the future…WEAR YOUR MASKS SO WE CAN HAVE MORE OF THIS SHOW) that I had to share this news first.
Without further ado, let’s talk about the panel.
As fans who have been watching Amy Bruni hunt ghosts for nearly a decade, it was an absolute pleasure to see her on a SDCC panel! She, along with four other investigators of the paranormal, discussed the spookier things in the world, and…told us their scariest moments! Toward the end of the panel, the women paid homage to Lorraine Warren, the mother of all modern paranormal investigation, and the panelists introduced the following upcoming documentary…which we will be watching. In the middle of the day. With all the lights on. And a blanket to hide under.
Comic-Con International’s virtual gathering, aka Comic-Con@Home, is off to a bang with Preview Night. The digitally organized exhibit hall is live, panels and games have begun, and we here at the Collective are basking in the nerddom.
Not even a pandemic can keep nerds from being, well, super nerdy. Although conventions around the globe have been canceled and postponed, the world-famous Comic-Con International (AKA SDCC) is coming right to your living room this week from tomorrow, July 22, through Sunday, July 26. Oh, and did we mention that since it’s not taking place in San Diego, everyone can enjoy the content regardless of badge status?
The Collective Crew hasn’t missed SDCC since we were blessed with press badges back in 2015, and we aren’t about to stop now. Keep reading for the scoop on what to expect from this year’s Comic-Con@Home!
Aside from this blog, Chris Evan’s dog, and Cate Blanchett, my greatest love is probably cosplay. I love designing, I love creating, and I love collaborating with artists who share passions similar to mine. I’ve learned a lot about the community over the past few years, and I’ve learned that one of the most important relationships/connections that a cosplayer can foster is the one between photographer and cosplayer (you can read my post detailing the intricacies of this relationship here).
By The Damsel
If the Collective stands for anything, it’s for the 3 F words: Fangirling, Feelings, and Feminism – and the convention we visited this week end has all those things in spades. We went to GeekGirlCon in Seattle and I am here to deliver the scoop. This was my third or fourth time at this con, and I was thrilled to see how it has continued to grow (I estimate it’s at least tripled in size since I first attended)!
My favorite thing to do at conventions is wander the exhibition floor. It’s part swap-meet, mostly nerd-fest, and the geeky consumer’s shopping paradise. For conventions like Los Angeles Comic Con that take place close to Halloween, well, there’s more than a few vendors who bring the spoopy.