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Comic Issues #180 – Gearing Up For SDCC Part 3

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Comic Issues #180 – Gearing Up For SDCC Part 3

It’s finally here! San Diego Comic-Con 2014 is upon us, and Comic Issues will be there every day: roaming the sales floor, photographing cosplay, interviewing actors and artists and writers, and looking for that perfect print or figurine to buy for our own geek lairs.

Join Anthony, Elizabeth, and Leland from Movie-Issues in our third and final installment of Gearing Up For Comic-Con, as we ask the all important questions: did Han Solo’s busted ankle cost us a Star Wars panel; are we going to the Masquerade; which panels are we standing in line for; what’s up with Batgirl’s new costume; why is the internet talking about a ball pit; and can you or can you not kick people if they’re in your way? (No. You can’t. Leland, I’m talking to you. Behave.)

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WonderCon 2014: so many panels, so little time

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WonderCon 2014: so many panels, so little time

WonderCon 2014 is only one week away! This is my second year attending, and I’m hoping to actually make it to a few panels this year. The problem is figuring out which ones to hit, while still making time for interviews for the website, snagging photos for the cosplay gallery, shopping for geek trinkets, and maybe remembering to eat something.

The full jam-packed schedule of panels, games, anime, and signings is here. The ones I’m most interested in are below. (In the case of scheduling conflicts between two panels I’ll either have to pick one, or run back and forth really fast between them. Note to self: pack my running shoes…)

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Movie Issues Highlighting Best TV and Movies Panels at Comic Con

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Movie Issues Highlighting Best TV and Movies Panels at Comic Con

It’s that time again where thousands of fans descend upon San Diego for the annual San Diego Comic Con.  As the convention enters into its 43rd year, it has come a long way from its start in March of 1970. Where then, about 150 people attended, it now hosts over 140,000 every July. Whether you’re a fan of comics, movies, art, or video games, there is something here for everyone to get their “geek on” to.

Every year Hollywood uses the convention to test new shows, see the fans reaction, or preview new and upcoming movies and TV shows. This year is no different. I’ll highlight some of the best TV/Movie panels you shouldn’t miss if you are planning on attending Con this year.

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