Everyone! GeekGirlCon ’18 season is officially upon us! On our part, we’re getting things organized and settled behind the scenes. But what we need from you all, what we need each year to make GeekGirlCon the most memorable and magical weekend we possibly can, is programming submissions. Specifically, we need the excellent panel ideas that MORE
Going into my second Con as both an attendee and a copywriter, I was incredibly excited to attend the panel “¿Como Se Dice ‘Nerd’?” Last year, this panel was without a doubt one of the highlights of my entire convention experience, and this year proved to be no different. Moderated by Sylvia Artiga, a writer MORE
I have a confession to make: I haven’t been a “Riverdale” fan for very long. I’m sad to say that I never read the Archie comics growing up, and my major investment in the Riverdale universe pre-CW adaptation was an extreme love for “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” and a sneaking suspicion that Betty and Veronica MORE
I don’t know about you, but with just a little over a week to go until the Con, I’m currently in full strategic planning mode, obsessively highlighting my copy of the panel schedule and inevitably overscheduling myself in the hopes of catching all of the amazing panels we have lined up. In the leadup to MORE
Chris Hemsworth picks his favorite realm (spoiler alert, it’s Asgard).
Sometimes fans go above and beyond the call of duty to help get the word out about the awesomeness of ElfQuest. The most recent star fan is Emily Dionne, who purchased multiple copies of Dark Horse’s reprinting of the very first ElfQuest issue for just one dollar, and distributed them throughout her community.
Emily Dionne bought extra copies of ElfQuest #1 and distributed them throughout her community.
We asked Emily what inspired this awesome “guerrilla marketing.” Here’s what she had to say:
I discovered ElfQuest after raiding a box of my older sister’s books.
This past weekend in Austin, Wizard World held a grand celebration of the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who! Amongst the festivities was the BBC Simulcast screening of The Day of the Doctor, the 799th episode of the beloved British television series. Aired in over 90 countries simultaneously, the 50th anniversary special drew 2.4 million simulcast [&hellip