5 Tips for Kicking Post-Con Depression to the Curb

We’ve all been there - goodbyes have been said, bags have been packed. The con is over, and you’ve got a case of post-con depression. Like the Katy Perry song goes, you want to “do it all again.” But what can you do till next con? Feel those feels. It’s okay to feel sad. Fandom... Continue Reading →

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Comic-Con Parody: The Little Mermaid’s “Part of Your World” (video)

It's the week of San Diego Comic-Con, which means quoting of The Little Mermaid's "Part of Your World" is in full force again along with the circulation of this image. "I wanna be where the people are." But what's not circulating around yet - and it should be - is this Comic Con parody of "Part of Your World."... Continue Reading →

People Not At SDCC Versus Those Who Are, Movie Quotes Editon

Every year at this time, you're one of two types of people: you're either at San Diego Comic Con or, like most of the geek world, you want to be. For those of us who either didn't have the money to go or who weren't fast enough to snag tickets before they sold out, we... Continue Reading →

Why Nerd HQ Matters (And How You Can Help)

Nerd HQ is a free four-day event held in San Diego at the same time as Comic Con. They offer celebrity panels, nerderific parties, and exclusive gaming, all while raising money for the charity, Operation Smile. That, my friends, is Nerd HQ in a nutshell. However, what I'd like to share with you all is... Continue Reading →

Geek Parenting: A Geekling’s First Comic Con

Going to New York Comic Con is a lot like going to see a critically acclaimed, well-hyped foreign movie: Stuff happens that you didn't think would happen, things that you do expect don't actually happen, and you leave the whole experience a little bit broke, kind of confused, fairly exhausted, but glad you went. Since... Continue Reading →

The Wrath of Con: This Convention Season… Be a Hero, Not a Villain.

Convention season has come around again, and I have noticed a troubling trend among some of the attendees. Con-goers see hundreds of superheroes and supervillains on any given convention day, from the steampunk Batman to retro Wonder Woman. Dressing as these characters not only gives us the ability to show our support but also grants... Continue Reading →

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