Spider-Man Reboot Shooting Locations Revealed

Spider-Man Reboot Shooting Locations Revealed

Good news for comic book fans living in Los Angeles and New York City: your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is swinging into your neck of the woods for his next big screen adventure! The Los Angeles Times reports that director Marc Webb’s Spider-Man reboot will divide its time between shooting in Hollywood and New York over […]

DC Universe Online to be Released on January 11

DC Universe Online to be Released on January 11

Sony Online Entertainment has announced that DC Universe Online will be released on January 11. The press release follows: Sony Online Entertainment LLC (SOE) today announced that the highly anticipated online action game DC Universe™ Online (DCUO), has reached gold master status and will be available at retail outlets worldwide on the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment […]

Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning Replace Paul Cornell on Soldier Zero

Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning Replace Paul Cornell on Soldier Zero

BOOM! Studios’ all-time bestselling title STAN LEE’S SOLDIER ZERO gets a change of “DnA” as Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning take over from Paul Cornell on scripting duties beginning with SOLDIER ZERO #5. Super hot writing duo Abnett and Lanning will pick up and run with Cornell’s ongoing ideas and also inject plenty of their […]

Cammy’s Comic-Con Corner – The 5th Annual Comics Podcasting Panel

Cammy’s Comic-Con Corner – The 5th Annual Comics Podcasting Panel

httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6ZuSzr5GmE httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBBJB8ZmKOM httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YuEFiJWqOOA httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5cHHIIOIju8 Five years ago, the comics podcasting stars came together on one panel for the first time in San Diego, and now they’re back to discuss comics, podcasting, and how the comic book industry has changed since that first panel. Podcasters appearing on the panel include John Siuntres (Word Balloon), Josh Flanagan […]

Your Say Sunday 19/12/2010

Your Say Sunday 19/12/2010

Say whatever you want to in the comments to this post — random, off topic thoughts, ideas, suggestions, questions, recommendations, criticisms, surveys, introductions if you have never commented before, personal news, self-promotion, requests to be added to the blog roll and so on. If I forget, remind me. Remember these comments can be directed at […]

Why isn’t there a Geek Guys calendar?

Why isn’t there a Geek Guys calendar?

I decided to try and come up with a list of Geek Guys that should be in a calendar. This was a very tough process.

CrossGen comes back in March

CrossGen comes back in March

Marvel is proud to announce the all-new Crossgen imprint, launching in March 2011 with two series—Ruse and Sigil. Featuring some of today’s most acclaimed talents and crossing all genres, Crossgen brings Marvel’s incomparable storytelling sensibilities to new characters, new concepts and new audiences. In the war for forever, time is only a small obstacle as […]

51,658 people Vs. 1000 Tickets…

51,658 people Vs. 1000 Tickets…

Ticketleap, the company tasked with handling the onslaught of ticket requests for San Diego, has analysis of how it went. With numbers. What happens when 51,658 people try to buy 1,000 Comic-Con tickets all at once? TicketLeap’s system stumbled briefly but then recovered to fulfill all the orders successfully. We had eight super powered servers […]

San Diego Comic Con Tickets Part 3

San Diego Comic Con Tickets Part 3

After two attempts at putting four-day passes on sale, Comic-Con International: San Diego is giving it another shot, this time with a Registration Test which will roll out tomorrow. They’ll attempt to sell 1000 badges via TWO different companies, in a process so complicated we couldn’t summarize if we tried: For this test, an individual […]

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