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comic convention

Rick and Morty’s Return Means All’s Well in the World

Just in case you’ve been hiding under a rock for 770 days, it’s been two long, very long years since the last new episode of Rick and Morty aired. Several days ago, that terrible record ended with the season premiere… Continue Reading →

Ghost Nation Offers Something Old, Something New

For 12 years, Ghost Hunters aired on Syfy, as Grant Wilson and Jason Hawes transitioned from part-time Roto-Rooter plumbers to full-time paranormal investigators, creating a hit reality TV show while inspiring many imitators along the way. It’s been six years… Continue Reading →

The Balking Dead

┬áThese Zombies don’t walk. They balk.

THE FALL OF NERD ROME, PART TWO: Endgame?

As discussed in Part One, Geek Culture is destroying itself from the inside, and the toxic fandom elements among us make you sometimes wish there could be a “Thanos Snap” to return balance to the geek media and convention scene…. Continue Reading →

The Power of Shazam!

I didn’t think this Shazam! movie would work. It has a horror director at the helm and up until now, the DCEU has been all gritty, all the time. I am not familiar with the screenwriter’s work and the story… Continue Reading →

Voicing a Concern in Batman and Harley Quinn

What if you’ve got the quintessential voice actor for Batman, but not for Harley Quinn? Would that make for an animated movie that you think fans would like?

Ant-Man and the Wasp Takes Flight With Trailer

“Maybe you just need someone watchin’ your back… like a partner.”

Stan Lee Makes a Wizardly Appearance in Nashville

Per Matt When the name Stan Lee is mentioned, a variety of pop-culture references come to mind. For millennials, he’s the older gentleman making cameo appearances within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. For the older crowd, he might be remembered from… Continue Reading →

Digging Up the Dead at Walker Stalker 2017

Does anyone know the last time that John de Lancie (Q from Star Trek TNG) came through Nashville to a con? The answer is sometime in the late ’90s or early 2000s. That’s the last time I attended a convention.

Hypericon Fuels the Imagination for Nashville Fandoms

Arriving in Nashville on Father’s Day Weekend, Hypericon promotes literacy through popular arts and media, creating a unique experience for different fandoms in the Music City.

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