Just when you thought it was safe to visit your favorite Geek News website. There appeared an article, that contained a Cosplay gallery of SDCC proportions. Which essentially means, a metric ton of Cosplay.
In addition to the cosplayers, celebrities, panels, trailers, and parties of San Diego Comic-Con, there’s one thing we can’t forget: all those wonderful toys. And books, stickers, clothes, trinkets, statues, figures, and every other cool geek item you can buy on the giant sales floor.
We’ve collected together a few photos of the collectibles we liked best, the stuff we’d want to decorate our own geek lairs.
The 2014 San Diego Comic-Con has come and gone, and in its wake we’re left with a sense of longing, despair, and relief. To those of us lucky enough to attend SDCC we all know what it’s like going through the process of registering a Member ID, checking Comic-Con’s website everyday, and sitting in virtual waiting rooms for hours upon hours in the hopes of getting a ticket to paradise. But we also know the pains of being on our feet for the entire day, of carrying bags filled with free stuff we’re going to throw away after a month because we don’t remember what any of it was to begin with, of smelling other convention goers who skipped taking a shower that morning because they had to be in a panel, and of the dreaded convention flu. Yes, all of these things make the experience of Comic-Con memorable.
But of course, anybody and everybody who attends SDCC is susceptible to what I like to call the “Wrath of Con,” which is just a modified version of Murphy’s Law: anything that can go wrong at a convention, will go wrong at a convention or because of the convention. And when things do go wrong, you’ll look for help from one of the many security guards or volunteers who will promptly tell you to go elsewhere if you need help or ignore you entirely. It’s not their fault of course, they have a lot of things to worry about during the convention. And catering to every whim of every attendee is something they simply cannot do.
The Marvel panel (specifically the Avengers: Age of Ultron portion) at San Diego Comic-Con was one of the most eagerly awaited, hard-to-get-into, and most talked about event of the convention. Thanks to photographer Hilary Papiro, we have dozens of photos of the panel, plus a video of the cast (Robert Downey Jr., Jeremy Renner, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Cobie Smulders, Elizabeth Olsen, James Spader, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, and Paul Bettany) as they took the stage to Michael Jackson’s “Don’t Stop ’till You Get Enough.”
We are all having the SDCC withdrawals, especially anyone that had to return to work… Well to help you remember the fun times, we will be releasing our SDCC daily cosplay galleries. Be sure to also check out our Day 1: SDCC Cosplay. Otherwise presenting for your viewing pleasure Day 2 – please enjoy :)
A very special thanks to all the Cosplayers out there, you made SDCC special for everyone. Well that and it seems you managed to raise the bar yet again on Cosplay, those costumes were amazing!!!
Let’s just admit it, one of the many reasons we love conventions is Cosplay. For me personally, some of the best I’ve seen has come from one event: SDCC (San Diego Comic Con). With day one officially behind us and many a sun burn to prove it. It’s time to see those dedicated few who braved the heat to bring us the brilliant Cosplay from Day 1.
With many conferences of E3 2014 finally over, it’s time to digest what we got to see. After last year’s Microsoft E3 snafu it was interesting to see what titles they were going to bring to the table. What better way to make your pitch for the Xbox One than the very franchise that made the Xbox so popular?
Yes dear readers, Halo is back. Now it would be far too easy to make another Halo game, but instead we get a tug at the old nostalgia strings referred to in this article as the Master Chief Collection.
The Arena at WonderCon 2014 was packed with fans waiting to see the cast of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, the upcoming sequel to 2011’s Rise of the Planet of the Apes. On hand were director Matt Reeves, and stars Keri Russell, Gary Oldman, and Andy Serkis.
The cast charmed the audience, giving out a lot of information in a very short time. In addition to a trailer, a short scene from the movie was also premiered, giving the audience a little taste of the tension, and one moment of dark humor, they can expect to see in the film.