WonderCon 2019: Catching up with Legion M

Nerdophiles caught up with Terri Lubaroff, COO of Legion M, the first fan-owned entertainment company. Launched in 2016,  Legion M’s unique business model allows people to contribute as backers to content and entertainment. Legion M partners with independent filmmakers and Hollywood studios to produce digital content that is representative to […]

Wondercon 2017: Riverdale Talks the Big Finale, Ships, and Bringing the Classic to Life

Riverdale has been a wild ride this season. After discovering the dead body of town sweetheart Jason Blossom, Riverdale has been embroiled in lies and secrets. In the last couple episodes, we’ve gotten a deeper look at just how deep the secrets go in the town. With the arrival of Archie’s mom, […]

Wondercon 2017: NBC Finally Brings Charlane Harris’ Midnight, Texas Alive on TV This Summer

I think we all remember the craze that was True Blood when it came out back in 2008, Charlaine Harris brought to life the fictional town of Bon Temps, Louisiana, where vampires had come out of the proverbial coffin. No stranger to the world of the supernatural, her Sookie Stackhouse series was […]

WonderCon 2017: Marvel Agent’s of SHIELD Talks Ward’s Return, Madame Hydra, and the Framework!

Well, it has been a couple of crazy last weeks for Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD hasn’t it? With the premiere of the third arc of their season — why do TV shows today need to have multiple arcs for one season?) — “Framework” takes the team into an augmented reality created by […]

WonderCon 2017: Sam Sykes Talks About ‘Brave Chef Brianna’ — His Brand New Comic Series From KaBOOM!

If you’re keeping up with our weekly pull list posts you’ll know that I am absolutely in love with Sam Sykes’ Brave Chef Brianna. For those of you who aren’t reading our pull lists, Brave Chef Brianna follows a young chef named Brianna who goes off to a city full of monsters […]