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Stephanie Agnes

Comic Con Palm Springs 2017: Lego Room Photo Gallery

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Comic Con Palm Springs 2017: Lego Room Photo Gallery

Calling all Lego Fans! This Awesome display was flawlessly put together by the talented members of Cactus Brick, Arizona Lego User Group. There were several displays from Star Wars Legos , to the Avengers, Story-time characters, & many more. Take a closer look and see who you can spot!

 

“Cactus Brick is a group of adults who collect, build, and share ideas about LEGO.”

 

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llyzabeth

Review and Preview – Optimus Prime #10

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Review and Preview – Optimus Prime #10

But things ARE looking bad.”
“Such is the way of combat, storyteller…if war looked good, why would we do anything else?”

It’s a story about medieval Primes and ancient battles, while in the present Starscream smirks and says snarky things about humans. See below for preview pages and a review of Optimus Prime #10.  

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Kathryn Adams

Review: Raven Stratagem (Machineries of Empire Book 2)

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Review: Raven Stratagem (Machineries of Empire Book 2)

The end of the previous book in the trilogy saw the Hexacharte make a desperate attempt to destroy the ghost of Shuos Jedao…by wiping out his entire fleet. Thousands of soldiers exterminated by their own rulers in the blink of an eye, just to kill the 400-year-old heretic General along with Cheris, the Kel soldier who’s body the General’s ghost is currently inside.

They failed. And they’re only just starting to realize what kind of force they’ve let loose.

The universe in Yoon Ha Lee’s sequel to Ninefox Gambit is just as dazzlingly complex as it was in the first book, but if anything it’s even more dangerous. There’s a lot of collateral damage in the war with the Hafn, but that only gets worse when it involves a technologically advanced government that has no problem with killing entire races to try to track down a living weapon who’s too clever to die.

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Stephanie Agnes

Comic Con Palm Springs 2017: Saturday Photo Gallery

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Comic Con Palm Springs 2017: Saturday Photo Gallery

This past weekend I attended Comic Con Palm Springs. The venue was held at the Palm Springs Convention Center. The weather was in the 3 digits about 113 degrees to be exact, But the hot weather did not at all stop people from flooding in! I took a lot of pictures of amazing cosplay & many more! Enjoy! And look for more galleries to come later this week!

You can find more pics @stephuhnoids on the gram.

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llyzabeth

SDCC 2017 – Interview with the Hasbro Transformers Design Team

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SDCC 2017 – Interview with the Hasbro Transformers Design Team

At this year’s San Diego Comic-Con we had a chance to chat with Lenny Panzica and John Warden, two members of the Hasbro Transformers design team, responsible for many of the amazing new designs you see every year; from movie figures to Generation One tributes and beyond. Click the jump to hear about the designs showcased at San Diego Comic-Con and what’s still to come.

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Kathryn Adams

Binary System Podcast #94: Eclipse recap and WTNV #112 “Citizen Spotlight”

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Binary System Podcast #94: Eclipse recap and WTNV #112 “Citizen Spotlight”

First off this week is a recap of The Great American Eclipse because SCIENCE. Then we’re looking at Night Vale’s first Citizen Spotlight, featuring a character who is entirely fictional. More so than usual we mean.

After that we look at the first episode of Marvel’s Defenders and talk about what we like (“WRONG NUMBER”) and what we hate (shut UP, Danny!)

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Stephanie Agnes

Wonderspaces 2017

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Wonderspaces 2017

This past Saturday I headed to Mission Valley in San Diego to check out the newest Pop- Art Museum. Originally, this amazing art gallery was supposed to only be open from June till July but due to popular demand they extended their stay till August 27 2017. Be sure to check it out before it leaves/ SELLS OUT. The art museum features 17 different displays that were all really interesting to see. I got to take a lot of photos & made a video too! Enjoy!

Curious to see what I saw… Click the jump! Read On