Presented by Her Universe and Hot Topic, The Her Universe Fashion Show returned to in-person programming during San Diego Comic-Con International (SDCC) with a standing room only crowd of more than 2,000 cheering fans celebrating the theme of “Coming Home.”
The world of comics has gotten so diverse, and Hermes Press brings that diversity with them to Comic-Con@Home this year. They will be hosting a panel discussing their upcoming graphic novel releases that sound like fun reads.
Image Comics is serving up Comic-Con@Home with informative panels and super cool guests like Todd McFarlane, Scott Snyder, Matt Fraction, and more awesome people in the comic book industry! They have panels going on all week long so you'll be sure to find the time to tune into at least one of the panels.
This year, even though Comic-con has gone virtual we still have so much to look forward to in new comic book releases! Take a look below at some of the offerings from IDW Publishing, including some cool panels to attend this week.
Comic-Con at Home definitely isn't leaving manga out of its schedule this year. eigoMANGA, a publishing company that produces Japanese influenced comic books has a few cool things to offer manga fans this year. They will be hosting a virtual booth and a few different panels, including a Q&A session with some manga writers!
So this year, there’s this global pandemic that has cancelled all large gatherings of people. Clearly, there is a lot that has changed in all our lives this year. And many well-known large events have tried to change to accommodate this, including Comic-Con International: San Diego.
This year's Her Universe Fashion Show was all about the Power of Fashion, inspired by the hit animated series, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. Twenty-four designs took the runway, all inspired by the powerful characters so many love and admire. Here are some highlights of the show, along with the winners!
San Diego Comic-Con is this week, and this year's off-site activations are looking pretty good so far. We got a sneak peak of Amazon Prime Video's experience-- three individual, immersive activations based around season 4 of popular series The Expanse plus two of their highly anticipated upcoming shows, The Boys and Carnival Row.
Last year, the “D” was noticeably absent from Comic Con International: San Diego. This year, he’s making his presence known, and “coming harder.” He is all over the convention to let you know the Deadpool 2 Super Duper $@%!#& Cut will be released on digital August 7 and 4K Ultra HD & Blu-Ray on August 21.
For the 5th year in a row, Thursday night at San Diego Comic-Con was taken over by geek couture thanks to the Her Universe Fashion Show. The annual event aims to bring a New York fashion week style event to the convention every year, proving that geek fashion can be high end and that it is here to stay. This year's theme was "Milestones" and the designers certainly delivered some breathtaking pieces to the event. We've got all the looks right here, plus the three winners who will be creating an Avengers-inspired line for Spring 2019 for Hot Topic.
This morning we attended the press conference prior to the Hall H panel for the new series of Doctor Who.
Despite being a huge fan of DC Comics and related properties, when DC Universe was announced, I was skeptical. After all, how many streaming content services do people really need? But now, after previewing the content that will be available, I'm convinced it will be worth the expense. I know I'll be subscribing and eagerly awaiting the launch this September.
Here’s where we share what our specific highlights are and where you might be able to run into us, your friendly neighborhood Geek Girl Pen Pals, if you’re making the nerd pilgrimage to San Diego Comic Con 2018.
We are now just over a week away from Comic-Con International 2018. That means the full programming schedules have been released for the convention. This is certainly a shaping up to be a very different year for the convention: just look at the Hall H and Ballroom 20 programming. With HBO and Marvel (mostly) skipping the annual event, there are large gaps of what generally filled the big rooms. Here are some of the highlights for this year.