Long time EoP readers may recall that every year before San Diego Comic-Con I make a new Twitter Avatar for my good friend Josh Wigler, now the head of the MTV Movies blog. This year is no exception! Continue Reading “A Pre-San Diego Tradition: Year 3”
Lots of Movember news coming in from the front lines of the big month-long ‘stache-a-thon today. Let’s dive right into this Mustache Dispatch…
Continue Reading “This just in… Movember makes headlines! Mammoth-Stache mentioned! Interwebs erupt!”
I went to my first San Diego Comic-Con three weeks ago. Long story short, it was a work-filled, more or less sleepless, alcohol-infused 6-day bender of nerdiness. Long story even shorter, I had a blast.
Continue Reading “SUPER TIMELY BLOG POST ALERT! My Comic-Con experience in bits and pieces.”
Though this blog over the past month has been almost entirely dedicated to moustaches, their greatness and why they’re an incredibly motivating reason to donate money to help combat men’s cancer, there actually has been a bit more than just facial hair pushing my life forward of late.
Continue Reading “Good tidings!”
Ladies, gentlemen and martian invaders! Greetings! The past few days have been pretty darned busy but I’m back with some blogginess, so dig in!
Continue Reading “Getting down to busy-ness”
After a long weekend of convention-going and freelance writing, I’m back from Baltimore Comic-Con. Yep, I was down in the Charm City this past weekend enjoying a good ol’-fashioned comic book convention and getting back to my journalistic roots with some straight up reporting and writing on a tight deadline. All in all, it was a pretty great weekend, but I’ll run through some highlights quickly for those who may be interested.
Continue Reading “Back from Baltimore”
Last weekend was the massive San Diego Comic-Con. For those living under rocks in caves on the moon, SDCC is a pop culture and comic book convention of epic proportions that is chock-full of panels featuring comic pros, Hollywood stars and specially screened clips of upcoming movies—and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. The show floor is loaded with nearly a bajillion exhibitors, artists, creators and vendors, and after hours there are parties out the wazoo.
Or so I’ve heard.
Continue Reading “San Diego Comic-Con from the sidelines”