Jill Thompson is a multiple Eisner Award winning artist who’s work includes The Scary Godmother series, Beasts of Burden, Magic Trixie and Wonder Woman: The True Amazon. Seriously, her water color art is amazing. Of course, we talk about the Scary Godmother and Beasts of Burden. We also talk about manga, anime and pro wrestling. Being the huge wrestling fans that we are, we talked about pro wrestling for a solid half hour in this interview. I must note that we had to pause the interview while a young man and his father came up to the table to talk to Jill. Per Ms. Thompson’s request, the interview is left completely unedited. This was a wonderful interview and I hope that you check it out.
I made my way, to the Great North, to visit the Cherry Capital Comic Con again. Check out these photos from this great con.
Sterling Heights’ own pop culture con, Astronomicon made it’s debut this past weekend. Check out these photos from my one day visit.
How-To Halloween is Lansing’s annual spooky Halloween convention. Enjoy.
Final batch of photos from my time at the Grand Rapids Comic Con. Enjoy.
I returned to Jackson’s own pop culture event, MEGGAXP. Enjoy these photos.
2016 Year in Review Fall
September – October
These Year in Reviews are not, what I call, official “reviews”. Like last year, they will be a series of musings, learned lessons and stories of what I experienced through out the year. Of course, reviews are featured but they are blended in with everything. The theme of FIRSTS sum up the beginning, middle and end of my year, as you will see. Enjoy my year of 2016 in the Michigan Geek Scene.
Final album of photos from JAFAX 21. Enjoy the photos from the annual anime expo in Grand Rapids.
Final batch of photos from the Motor City Comic Con. Enjoy.
Part 1 (of 2) of the Motor City Comic Con. Enjoy.