Every other year, nearly nobody escapes without some form of "con crud" – there are even jokes and memes about it from Dragon Con itself. This brings up the larger point as to if conventions should return once COVID becomes a memory in our rear-view mirror Last year, fellow writer and editor Kaitlyn brought up these[...]
Cobra Kai star William Zabka explains how the Netflix series changed his con experiences from the lackluster Karate Kid films reception.
We outlined where we thought virtual conventions fell apart in our Post Modem on Virtual Conventions and Events. To the surprise of exactly no one, the convention dominos of 2021 has started to fall Pretty much anything that takes place in LA was canceled a few days ago, WonderCon announced that they are going virtual[...]
One of those things that have been impacted is the various pop culture conventions Some of those conventions managed to go digital last year, and while some worked, such as DC FanDome, others were a bit of a mess like Comic-Con@Home People were hopeful that things would be back to normal by 2021, but that[...]
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has impacted us all in many different ways, but pop culture conventions needed to find a way to adapt and adapt quickly once it became apparent that the virus wasn't going to go away in the summer And so the virtual convention was born In the first part of this essay,[...]
Many thought this would be over by the summer, but conventions still had to adapt as well As July 2020 rolled around, we saw the birth of the virtual convention. Comic-Con @ Home Logo Credit: CCI The Rise of the Virtual Convention Comic-Con @ Home was the first major virtual convention out of the gate but was something[...]
Not only are they splitting the audience by having both conventions so close together, but they are splitting it again for people who can't do two conventions in a year If Celebration was in the spring and D23 was in the late summer, that might be doable for some people, but this idea is a[...]
In HBO Backstories: Watchmen, series creator Damon Lindelof reveals how the comic book classic forged a bond between him and his father.
Not long after ReedPOP announced that New York Comic Con was going online, STARZ's American Gods announced a panel for the four-day event.
The team from SYFY's Wynonna Earp rode into Comic-Con@Home this weekend, and they brought a season 4 sneak preview with them.
Rick and Morty co-creator Dan Harmon and some of the voice cast offered a preview of season 5 while also updating the sixth season.
can have you looking "badass spy" on the cheap. The logo for Comic-Con@Home 2020 While we all make the best of conventions at home, hopefully, this list can add a bit of happiness to your convention schedule Remember, cosplay is all about having fun, showing your love for a character, and self-expression Besides, at the end of[...]
With Amazon's The Boys ready to take over Comic-Con@Home this Thursday, Eric Kripke is making a bold promise about what we can expect.
We've got Comic-Con@Home, WarnerMedia's DC Fandome, Skybound Xpo, and a number of other "virtual conventions" taking place over the next two months, all doing their part to give everyone as close to a pop culture convention experience as possible without the "con flu" aftermath (we have enough real sickness to deal with) Now we can[...]
Hulu and Marvel Studios are ready to raise a little "Helstrom" next month, with the cast and creative participating in Comic-Con@Home.