Month: July 2020

THE WALKING DEAD NEWS FROM AMC’S COMIC-CON @ HOME PANELS

During San Diego Comic-Con’s Comic-Con @ Home event there was a wealth of information regarding AMC’s most popular shows! The Walking Dead is such an influential series that has captivated audiences for years. their three shows will all be getting lots of love for their next seasons! Fear the Walking Dead Season 6 https://youtu.be/yBGYh-jLOyE   Fear the Walking Dead season six pre...[Read More]

Crunchyroll Crosses 3 Million Subs!

Crunchyroll, the world’s most popular anime brand that offers fans the world’s largest anime library with more than 1,000 titles and 30,000 episodes, has announced recently that it has reached a new milestone crossing three million paid subscribers globally and over 70 million registered users. “Crunchyroll’s global growth has been incredible. We launched in 2006 and it took us about 10 years to h...[Read More]

Apple Isn’t The Mac Daddy But You Can Still Game!

Pexels – CC0 Licence   10% of all computer users own a Mac. Okay, Windows is still in front with a whopping 89% market share, but the point is that Apple products such as iPhones, iPads, and iPods aren’t the only popular items the company sells.   You might own a Mackintosh yourself, and you love it for its sleek design and simple operating system. The only thing you wish you could...[Read More]

Rising of the Shield Hero is an Absolute Must See for Anime Fans(Review)

If you are a fan of anime like me, you might be used to the classic trope of a young man who is a geek in the real world suddenly finds himself trapped into a fantasy world. In this adventure he overcomes his personal conflicts and comes out on top, usually winning the heart of a princess and gaining a prestigious title. Rising of the Shield Hero does this but then twists the situation so that eve...[Read More]

Alan Tudyk, Keith David, & Creatives from Central Park, Harley Quinn, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia, JJ Villaird’s Fairy Tales, & More Talk About All Things Music and Scores at Comic-Con 2020 at Home

This was one of the most enjoyable panels we got to see at Comic Con @ Home! Enjoy! From scoring the most well-known crime-fighting turtles to writing songs for comedy, a panel of musical experts discussed the creative process and gave insight to some of today’s top television and film projects for Comic-Con attendees. Photo & Poster Credit – Impact24 PR  Los Angeles, CA – For this year’...[Read More]

DeAngelo is Interviewed by Tamarindo Podcast Discussing to be Latinx and a Geek

Recently DeAngelo Murillo, owner of The Geek Lyfe was featured as a guest on the Instagram Live segment hosted by tamarindo Podcast! Tamarindo Podcast focuses on talking about important issues facing the Latinx community in a positive and uplifting way and often features guests.   View this post on Instagram   We talk about the importance of platforms and communities like the @thegeeklyf...[Read More]

Interview with Stitchinvixenstudio

Who are you? Hi there! My name is Sara and I’m the artist behind StitchinVixenStudio Plushies & Collectibles. What is your origin story? I was a cosplayer going by the handle AquaVixen, but wanted to dive into a slightly different art form. I found a plushie maker and fell in love with her work. I found out she made patterns of her plushies so I decided to give it a shot myself! Currentl...[Read More]

Latinx Video Game Characters Are Still Being Written With Mostly Villainous Traits

It is the year 2020 and we are seeing a spike in representation in our pop culture. LGBTQ romance options in games, a whole range of beautiful skin tones for playable characters, and an effort to bring different cultures into world-building. All of it is wonderful, especially for me as a minority who consumes a borderline unhealthy amount of games! However, I am finding an unfortunate trend of Lat...[Read More]

Interview with Sew Ashtastic

Who are you? I’m Ashley Maul of Sew Ashtastic! If we want to get a little philosophical, however, I wear many hats… Mother, wife, seamstress, and Captain America groupie! I’m an incurable optimist that just wants to connect with people over our shared enthusiasm for comics and other pop-culture staples. What is your origin story? Many moons ago, my mother in law taught me how to sew so I could hem...[Read More]

Interview with Miguel Garcia, CEP of Dragon Vein Studios on Another Crusade

Could you introduce yourself and your brand? I’m Miguel Garcia, CEP of Dragon Vein Studios, a start-up company based on Mexico. We try to go by the motto “From gamers to gamers”. We are making up our first game called “Another Crusade”. What is your origin story? The company was built in order to do games which we think can feed our soul. I, for example, worked on other videogame companies that mo...[Read More]

Comic-Con@Home 2020 Panels!

Missing San Diego Comic Con this year? We completely understand that is why we want to help make it as easy as possible to enjoy the content they have available to you all! These panels were featured on Day 1 of Comic-Con@Home 2020! Comics in the Classroom Ask Me Anything | Comic-Con@Home 2020 Lit-X Teacher Cohort members Eric Kallenborn (fine arts department chair, Oak Lawn Community High School)...[Read More]

Cosplayer of the Week: Lissandela

Hi, my name is Alexandria, I’m 33 years old and a single mom. I’ve been doing cosplay for 5 years now and have been making my own cosplays for 3 years. I’ve done 5 cosplays so far, with two currently in progress. I’ve done 3 cosplays from Overwatch and 2 from FFXIV and my two current projects are from Heroes of the Storm and Monster Hunter World respectively. My favorite me...[Read More]

Lost Password

Sign Up