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SDCC 2017 – Photo Gallery #9 – Cosplay, panels, toys, and downtown

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SDCC 2017 – Photo Gallery #9 – Cosplay, panels, toys, and downtown

The ninth Pixelated Geek Comic-Con Photo Gallery is a mashup of cosplay, downtown sights, and panel photos (Doctor Who and Supernatural!) from photographers Ken Kupper, Jada Scarbrough, Kathryn Adams, Sarah Singer-Sevier, Ariana Hester, Rob Bowman, Eric Andersen, Elizabeth Schoenthal, and Traci Hong. Check out the gallery below!

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SDCC 2017 – Photo Gallery #3 – Nathan Adams

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SDCC 2017 – Photo Gallery #3 – Nathan Adams

Another one of our favorite photographers returned to San Diego this year: Nathan Adams was there all weekend getting photos of Comic-Con cosplay and more. Today’s gallery is the first of several from him (he took over the pixelatedgeek instagram feed for the weekend and blew the roof off the place) and check out his own instagram feed at capn_slack for even more of his photography!

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SDCC 2017 – Photo Gallery #1 – Cosplay and more

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SDCC 2017 – Photo Gallery #1 – Cosplay and more

Another San Diego Comic-Con has come and gone, and now the only thing left to do is find the best spot on the shelf for our new purchases, and sort through a metric ton of awesome photos.

Our first gallery features photos by friends of pixelatedgeek.com who went far and wide to see all the things Comic-Con has to offer in the convention center, the Gaslamp, and beyond. See below for photos from Margo Franks, Craig Morreale, Marsi Bowers, Rich Kuhaupt, Elizabeth Schoenthal, Kaley Huber, Natasha Bowman, Rob Bowman, Arron Bowman, Anthony Tarantino, Verónica Gutiérrez García, Shelly Petersen, and Jerry McCormick!

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Review – Transformers: The Last Knight

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Review – Transformers: The Last Knight

Michael Bay’s (apparently) final Transformers movie was a marvel of special effects and glorious, beautiful explosions. A lot of people really didn’t like it.
Guest columnist Narrator26 weighs in.

Michael Bay’s latest installment into his much-maligned Transformers series rolled out this past weekend to serve yet another overlong feast of bloated robot mayhem. And with Bay finally vacating the director’s chair after this entry, one might be forgiven for thinking that he would try to go out on a high of sorts; predictably though, that’s not the case.

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Review – Despicable Me 3

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Review – Despicable Me 3

By guest columnist k.e.n.n.y.h.

Ha ha, I like it. Not a lot….I don’t like it…

Psych! I liked it.

Illumination has given us their fourth film in the Gru-iverse (that may not be a thing, but you heard it here first) with Despicable Me 3 – The Redemption of the Minions (…okay, I made up the second part, but it’s strangely accurate.)

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Review: X-Files #14

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Review: X-Files #14

By guest writer David Leninhawk.

The 14th issue of this line of IDW “The X-Files” titles takes place sometime after the recent limited run revival of the television series. The revival was met with mixed reviews, with critiques ranging from the increasing absurdity of the conspiracy throughline to the portrayal of a transgender prostitute in one of the stronger, stand-alone episodes from the return. Most of the critiques centered on one man, “X-Files” creator Chris Carter. It has been noted, in numerous forums, that perhaps the one thing that could vastly improve the franchise would be to divorce it from its creator.

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