Hypericon is returning to Nashville this weekend for three days of cosplay, fandom and the best of local sci-fi and fantasy on display. There’s going to be a little something for everyone, including horror fans. Among the panels, pageants, discussions… Continue Reading →
Here’s a question: How do you convert a character created in a written medium to one expressed in a visual medium? How do you adapt to this new medium if the character is known to be quiet and reserved, to… Continue Reading →
“All your questions can be answered, if that is what you want. But once you learn your answers, you can never unlearn them.” ― Neil Gaiman, American Gods Chances are that if you keep up with this blog, then you also… Continue Reading →
Well, it’s here. I guess I could sound more enthused about Captain America: Civil War coming out this weekend, but the first trailer for the movie was released late last year and in the months since, I could repeat every… Continue Reading →
As a lifelong admirer of the mastermind of the Macintosh and architect of the Apple legacy, I suppose it’s fitting that my first piece here on ZiMB would be a review of the Danny Boyle biopic about one of my lifelong heroes: Steve… Continue Reading →
Per Matt Yaya Han is one of the most iconic cosplayers around. Whether she’s appearing on Syfy’s Heroes of Cosplay, attending a convention as an invited guest or judging a costume contest, her costumes are instantly recognizable. She puts a… Continue Reading →
In an alternate reality, the Justice League is considered a group of terrorists who are not only feared by evildoers, but also the entire population at large. Wonder Woman is a New God who fled to Earth after Darkseid’s entire… Continue Reading →
Per Matt IronE Singleton does not take himself too seriously. He does, however, take enormous pride in escaping his hard-knock childhood (as detailed in his one-man show, Blindsided by The Walking Dead).