Rolling up to the Cartoon Voices 1 panel at San Diego Comic Con, we were delighted to see the NerdsVote logo splashed across the participants on the stage. After the panel I was able to catch up in-person with Courtenay Taylor and JP Karliak, two-thirds of the trio that makes up NerdsVote for a quick interview.
In the midst of the insanity that comes with San Diego Comic Con, we had the chance to connect with actress Kari Wahlgren in the buzzing lobby of the Omni Hotel for a quick one-on-one. Her voice has been far and wide, most recently on the rebooted second season of FLCL […]
“You got your comic in my tabletop game!” is what someone might say about Lion Forge’s newest publication, Rolled & Told. Published through their newest imprint Quillion, Rolled & Told is a periodical with a little bit of everything. There’s a tabletop module for Dungeons & Dragons 5e in every issue along with […]
From the Bridge is documentary from director Spencer F. Lee that was a four year labor of love. The film documents the rise of fandom from the days where nerds hid away their interests to the geek boom we’re witnessing today. Franchises like Star Trek were born in a time where […]
Fans of NBC’s The Good Place were delighted at San Diego Comic Con this year by an immersive off-site experience. Taking place on the edge of San Diego’s historic Gaslamp District, The Good Place also took over the famous Tin Fish restaurant and turned it into “Good Plates” throughout the […]
NerdHQ was the best offsite space for years at San Diego Comic Con. Headed up by Zachary Levi as a way to provide more space for fans and raise money for Operation Smile, NerdHQ was renown for its “Conversations for a Cause”. We loved NerdHQ because it was a break […]
The Amazon Fire TV experience is a refreshing oasis away from the summer weather. While some sunshine is certainly healthy, there’s also a certain appreciation for the cooling breeze of A/C. Located at 517 7th Ave, Amazon Fire TV spared no expense building their experience. They’re offering visitors to come […]
Taco Bell recreated the iconic restaurant from the movie and brought the experience to fans who are around for San Diego Comic Con.