While wandering the streets we happened to run into the 2011 Comic-Con zombie walk which was as confusing for them as it was for us. Honestly, there was something incredibly gratifying about stabbing a fake-zombie with my fake omni-blade. Check out the video below.
Things are changing for the world’s biggest nerd-fest. For the first time ever people are camping out for next-year’s con DURING this year’s con… How meta is that? From reports we’ve been hearing Comic-Con fans have been lining up as early as 11pm just for the opportunity to get passes the following morning
I had the pleasure of going to comic-con last year and in many ways it spawned the passion to start this project with Ash and Scott. While a lot of people view it as tons of bodies uncomfortably jammed into…
Today we talk about the new Dark Knight Rises Trailer, MK Pass on XBL and we do a preview of events for Comic-Con. We review F3AR (fear 3), Child of Eden and LA Noire DLC, and finally we wrap up…
Did you miss the demo and live chat with the folks at Bioware about their latest Dragon Age II DLC? If so we have the embed for you below. Also if you stick around until the very end one of our “hard hitting” questions gets answered (resulting in chuckles and the promise of man on man hugging).
Just got done taking notes on the new Dragon Age II: Legacy DLC webcast. The folks at Bioware were cool enough to answer a ton of questions about the upcoming DLC, and lucky for you all… I took notes.
The Nerd Machine is now hosting a series of special panels right outside the walls of the convention center. The spectacular thing about The Nerd Machine’s panels is that they’re limited to 250 people (which is incredibly small by Comic Con’s standards), and your ENTIRE 20 dollar donation goes to charity.
Bioware will have a large presence at this year’s San Diego Comic Con! On top of having their own setup right outside the convention center (in the gas-lamp), complete with demos of Mass Effect 3, SWTOR, and the new Dragon Age II DLC, Bioware will aslo be be participating in a handful of panels.
Casey Hudson just let the cat out of the bag. The Mass Effect movie (which was in development limbo) will indeed be represented at this year’s Comic Con in San Diego. The problem, it appears as though the panel will more than likely take place in the dreaded Hall-H. In recent years Hall-H has become nearly impossible to step foot in due to die-hard fans (Twilight/etc) camping out overnight in order to see their favorite stars. Here is what we know so far.
There is some good news for Voltron fans everywhere! Like a global pandemic, re-launch fever is sweeping the land and Voltron has not escaped its reach. Some remakes will be good, and others will take your childhood memories and poop all over them like a Vietnamese pungi-stick. We just learned that everyone’s favorite transforming-robot-lions will have their very own San Diego Comic Con panel hosted by none other than Carrie Keagan.
A few years ago we missed this very small window that one has to get Comic Con tickets (now hours) and were stuck waiting for extra tickets to become available. With some luck we were still able to attend Comic Con using the very deal they they’re running now. You’re in luck because MOMENTS ago SDCC opened up some more 4 day passes for you to enjoy!
The folks at Spooky Empires put on a great con that is chiefly geared toward horror and science fiction fans. Spooky Empires is a blast mainly due to its unique “family reunion” atmosphere. Does this mean that there are creepy drunk uncles wandering the floor? No… well… yes, but not really.