Events Archives

It's all thanks to the global coronavirus pandemic, which has already shuttered a number of other events throughout the year. Credit: QuakeCon Bethesda Softworks and id Software released a joint statement on the official QuakeCon Twitter account, explaining the thought process behind their most recent cancellation Fans are likely distraught over the early cancellation, but it appears[...]
katie cook at nycc 2017
One of the more fun events every year is Katie Cook hosting a how-to session teaching youngsters how to draw some of their favorite characters Cook took suggestions from the packed room before answering a few questions. This year, the lessons included characters Harry Potter and Hermione, Wonder Woman, Princess Leia, a porg, Thor, Ash and[...]
SDCC 2017: Saturday Schedule Is Now LIVE!
Another day, another announcement from Comic-Con International (SDCC) as the convention's Saturday, July 22 schedule of events and panels was just released: (COLOR CODES: BLUE (all other programming) / YELLOW-GOLD (Comic-Con International Film Festival)) For those looking for what's happening at the "big show" rooms, here's the line-up for Saturday in both Hall H… …and Ballroom 20: And on a more[...]
How To Do Secret Empire Without Offending Everyone
Sam Wilson hasn't shared news that Hydra is so heavily entrenched in the Marvel Universe, and Steve is not sure why his friend seems so angry at the world around him. Around this time, someone within SHIELD is on the rise, manipulating politics and events in a way that can be viewed as aggressive and can[...]
Axel Alonso Says Rotating Artists Way To Go For Big Events
Axel Alonso One thing that is often a cause for much discussion among comic fans, retailers and publishers are events comics And at the Marvel Retailer Summit, there was a great deal of frank discussion surrounding those concerns. It's only natural Marvel has become an event churning machine in recent years, and 2017 alone is seeing about[...]
Axis And Allies: Using The Enemies Strategy In Marvel's Secret Empire
And one could argue that it means the entire Marvel Universe is a constant battle against the dark, always trying to reassert itself over the world, and that for the most part the heroes are winning. However, that is not the reading I took from it, and frankly, I find myself quite uncomfortable with this new[...]
[SPOILERS] And The Winner Is…No One – IvX#6 Review
X-Men, which came to an end today with it's sixth issue. (Marvel just really likes events, okay Event, event, event As one ends another starts or is announced Because capitalism people love events Yeah, that's it.) Anyway, IvX#6, written by Charles Soule and Jeff Lemire with art by Leinil Francis Yu, Gerry Alanguilan and David Curiel ended[...]
The Problem With Heroes Vs. Heroes
X-Men to continue the superhero beating up on other superheroes trend. Aside the obvious fatigue that comes from near constant events pitting superheroes against each other, there is another fundamental problem that pretty much always comes up with these major hero on hero bust-ups. That, ultimately, it makes heroes no longer, well, heroes anymore. Now, let's be more[...]
Custom Culinary Creations In Honor Of NYCC '15
Most of these events will take place between October 5-11. New York Super Week Card holders can enjoy discounts and incentives at dozens of other bars, restaurants, retailers, and exhibits throughout New York City, ranging from drink specials and meals discounts, to priority seating and reduced admission at select New York Super Week events and venues. Senior[...]
Go See Alan Moore And Friends Sing For Just £8.80
Happening in Northampton next Wednesday. There are twenty tickets available right here for the name-changing Alan Moore, Grace Petrie and Robin Ince's Strange Worlds And Alluring Melodies at the NN Cafe on the 13th May at 7.30pm. The NN is a "contemporary art space in the centre of Northampton" who "work with artists at all stages of their careers to[...]
Things To Do On The West Coast In October If You Like Comics
By Michele Brittany, a West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent Can you believe it's October?! Where has the year gone? Are you ready for a month of scary movies and things that go bump in the night? Candy corn, trick-or-treat, costumes, telling ghost stories into the wee hours of the night? Here are some events in the[...]
Reversing The Polarity Of The Neutron Flow – Doctor Who: The World Tour Materializes In NYC, A Photogallery
Hosted by Chris Hardwick (Nerdist, Talking Dead, @Midnight), the event began with a special screening of the first episode of Season 8, "Deep Breath," and followed with a panel discussion/Q&A with Peter Capaldi (The Doctor), Jenna Coleman (Clara Oswald) and executive producer/lead writer Steven Moffat… An overview of events…including "teaser commentary" from the live screening and[...]
Things To Do On The West Coast In August If You Like Comics
By Michele Brittany, a West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent A is for August and Anime! I cannot believe how many anime events are scheduled for the month of August Have a look and make your plans. California StocktonCon looks to be the con to attend over the weekend of August 9 and 10 Danny Glover, Denise Crosby, Nicholas[...]
Things To Do In New York And Philadelphia This Week If You Like Comics (UPDATE)
Free and open to the public. [PLEASE NOTE: Events this semester will take place on Tuesday evenings rather than Mondays]. The presentation will be by Jonathan Barli on The Mad World of Virgil Partch This will be an in-depth look at the life and art of one of the most influential and trendsetting cartoonists of his generation[...]
All-Star Signing: Ann Nocenti, ChrisCross And Dan Slott In Manhattan Tonight
The shop will be open until 11PM tonight for browsing.   But JHU are actually hosting a grand total of three events this week to kick off September right. On Thursday, September 5th Adam Knave and Nick Brokenshire will be on location at 6PM promoting their graphic novel Amelia Cole and the Unknown World. And on Friday, September 6th,[...]