Greetings CHU! Our Superbowl took place last weekend in San Diego with every major comic publisher under one roof plus movie and TV studios, here is one person’s ground view of the event. I know you all heard the Phase 4 news and probably gobbled up all those keys by now! Check out some of my “not Hall H” experiences… Continue reading “SDCC 2019 Wrap Up – Louie M’s Adventures”
I felt there were strangely less coplayers than previous years. I don’t know why but the speculation was more strict prop policies mixed with all of Harbor being shut down in front of the convention center for badge holders only – it was simply more difficult to get close to the convention. Doesn’t mean there wasn’t many talented and creative people to take pics of. I really loved the family doing the Jurassic Park characters. Tell us who your favorites are in the comments! Continue reading “SDCC 2019 Cosplay Gallery”
A huge thank you to the sponsor of these books. He was on hand at SDCC and wanted to give back to the CHU community some books that some people never get a chance at.
So the Eisner Awards have also come and gone out of SDCC, here is the full list of nominations and the winners in bold.
We were teased before, now more details emerge for the new upcoming book out of SDCC 2019.
It’s convention time and with that comes giveaways. A generous CHU reader wanted to sponsor a few books to give away as a way to give back to the CHU community.
This San Diego Comic Con, Titan Comics brings exciting debuts, SDCC variants, limited editions and special appearances from a host of creators. See below for the full details on Panels, Exclusives, and more from Titan Comics.
Continue reading “SDCC Panels and Exclusives For Titan Comics.”
Image Comics sent out this teaser today for SDCC 2019..
SDCC is upon us. That means convention variants are upon us. Here is the full list of IDW SDCC variants for the upcoming mega convention in San Diego.
It’s that time again, where I tell you what’s really grinding my gears for the week of September 19th, 2018.
Some weeks it’s mostly likes, other weeks it’s dislikes.
So what’s grinding my gears?
Continue reading “What I Like and Dislike for the Week of Sept. 19th, 2018”
Cosplayers are one of the best parts of attending any comic convention. They were not around conventions when I was a kid, and it’s a blessing to have them today. They bring our favorite characters to life. Check out the Cosplay that was on display in San Diego! Continue reading “San Diego Comic Con 2018 Cosplay Gallery”
San Diego Comic Con, the Nerd Superbowl, started on July 18th. This was definitely a transition year for SDCC. Almost everything is a lottery now. On one hand, it’s an even playing field. On another hand, those who are more vigilant and willing to work harder don’t get an advantage. Depends on your definition of fairness. Attendees could sign up in what’s called an “Exclusives Portal” for lotteries to all major signings and exclusive booths. I entered for almost everything in every time slot. I won nothing. Squat. So we can say I wasn’t a big fan this year. My main request of SDCC is to only allow each winning attendee to win only once, since some people won multiples while some won nothing. Continue reading “San Diego Comic Con 2018 Wrap Up”
This has been a fabulous week so far. Not only am I writing this on vacation (Anthony told me I had to or he was going to slash my salary in half. What’s half of zero?) but all the news out from SDCC has been great news for the comic book industry.
Louie M. covers cons on the West Coast for www.comicsheatingup.net
The creativity and dedication of cosplayers is one of the highlights of the convention scene, and SDCC has some of the best. Check out these awesome cosplayers and let us know who your favorites are in the comments! Continue reading “SDCC 2017 Cosplay Gallery”
Yo CHU! Last week was SDCC, the Pop Culture Superbowl! Nearly every comics publisher under one roof. An epic list of artistic talent. Not to mention a slew of celebs and major movie studios. Until I figure out how to clone myself, here is merely one person’s perspective of the 200K in Downtown San Diego last week:
Continue reading “Louie M's SDCC 2017 Wrap up”