POSTED // Oct 1,2013 - I’m online so much for work that I just naturally assume that everyone has heard of Kickstarter. But the more I talk to people, the more I realize how many aren’t quite sure what it is, what it does or how it works.
POSTED // Sep 10,2013 - Every once in a while, I break out of the routine of pontificating about issues central to the geek life and actually get to reading comics. It’s a grueling task, but someone has to do it.
POSTED // Sep 3,2013 - Maybe things have changed significantly since my formative years, but the thing that defined me as a geek as I was growing up was my unyielding passion for things no one else cared about.
POSTED // Aug 13,2013 - More and more these days, it seems as though we’re asked to take sides on everything, even things that aren’t necessarily opposite in nature. Marvel versus DC. Comics versus comic-book movies. Superman versus Batman.
POSTED // Jul 30,2013 - Another San Diego Comic-Con has come and gone, with all of the stress and crowds that implies. I was there, in person, seeing all the things so you didn’t have to. Before I left, I felt as thoug
POSTED // Jul 15,2013 - The boiling heat of summer signifies the passing of another year and that it’s time again for the San Diego Comic-Con. Held annually in San Diego since 1970, Comic-Con has long been a bright and shining beacon, calling comic book nerds from around the world to its hallways and conference rooms.
POSTED // Jun 25,2013 - When you’re telling an old story for a new generation, the broad strokes will typically remain the same. But the finer details will get adapted for a new era—whether that new era wants them or not.