Advice from AX Workshop Panels

In my previous post, I wrote about 3 general lessons I learned while attending Anime Expo this year. Now, here are a few things that attending the workshop panels taught me. First, what are workshop panels? A panel is scheduled event in which professionals from different parts of the industry share their experiences and answer questions for those who attend. Workshop panels are about honing … Continue reading Advice from AX Workshop Panels

3 Things I Learned Attending AX For The First Time

If you’ve been to any pop culture-related convention then you probably already know what to expect at these kinds of events (big crowds, long lines, hours of walking, etc.) but no matter what you plan on expecting, each con (even the same con within each year) can give you new experiences. You can plan weeks in advance and, in the end, you will never know … Continue reading 3 Things I Learned Attending AX For The First Time

Remembering Steve Ditko

On June 29th 2018, one of the greatest comic book illustrators and story tellers who ever lived passed away in his apartment home in New York City. He undoubtedly inspired and shaped the lives of many who admired his work whether they were long-time fans or young children watching Saturday cartoons. Anyone who has seen Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, Captain Atom, the Question, and many more, … Continue reading Remembering Steve Ditko

GM Recommended Reading: Spider-Man/Deadpool – Isn’t It Bromantic?

What happens when everybody’s favorite wall-crawler and mouthy merc join forces to fight evil doers? Well, there may be a death or two, a dancing duel and dangerous duties to defend against the despicable, deplorable and degenerate-Deadpool and your excessive alliteration! It may be a side effect from reading this comic but it’s definitely worth it to pick up Spidey and Deadpool’s first series together … Continue reading GM Recommended Reading: Spider-Man/Deadpool – Isn’t It Bromantic?

GM Recommended Reading: Civil War

What begins as a high-spirited adventure with the superheroes kicking supervillain butt quickly turns into a tragic reality check where “Marvel heroes are forced to grow up,” face the consequences of their actions and start answering to those who they have sworn to protect. Civil War, written by Mark Miller and drawn by Steve McNiven, became the arc that set the current Marvel Comic Universe … Continue reading GM Recommended Reading: Civil War

GM Recommended Reading: Black Panther – A Nation Under Our Feet

From the Golden City to the Nigandan Border Region to the Hekima Shulē Academy, explore the high-tech world of Wakanda in the latest Black Panther arc of the Marvel comic book universe! Dive into the turmoil of a nation faced with a familiar villainous face as terrorists and citizens alike begin to question their King and the monarch that claims to protect them. After all, “No one … Continue reading GM Recommended Reading: Black Panther – A Nation Under Our Feet

GM Recommended Reading: Black Panther – The Client

Murder, betrayal, Satan’s pants, and a man who holds the weight of a nation on his shoulders. Black Panther: The Client is a must read for those looking to know more about the king of Wakanda, his ideology and legacy. It’s written by Christopher Priest, the first African-American writer and editor to work in the comic book industry and illustrated by Joe Quesada, the first Hispanic … Continue reading GM Recommended Reading: Black Panther – The Client