So day 2 of Wondercon came and went. While parts of it seem to fly by there were others that seemed to drag. With nearly double the number of attendees as the day before, wandering the main floor seemed like more of an obstacle than an adventure. However, double the attendees means double the amount of cosplayers and man were there some amazing costumes out there. I was not able to personally get as many pics as I would have liked but we did have our photographers running around snapping photos. You can see those in a later post. For now, enjoy mine!!
Today was the first day of Wondercon Anaheim. Entering it’s 4th year at the Anaheim Convention Center it was immediately obvious that the show had grown. Anthony and I had an awesome day wandering the floor and taking it all in. Being that it was Friday the crowd was very light which allowed for us to be able to see all the amazing art and creativity without being encumbered by crowds.
Here are some photos of what we saw on the floor:
Tomorrow we will be hoping to get some interviews from some of the amazing talent that we have come across.
Help out our friends by donating to their kickstarter and see this amazing book get published!
We’ve lived and learned! After the successful release of our first book, “Jack and the Zombie Attack”, we’ve decided to self publish our second book in the series “Jack and the Pirate Attack”. Once again we have chosen a moral to be faced and a lesson to be learned. This is not just a book, it’s an anti-bullying campaign! What better way to learn about the effects of bullying, than from the most notorious bullies in history…pirates!
Join AJ and Anthony as they review Old Man’s War by John Scalzi and The First Law Trilogy by Joe Abercrombie.
Also, hear the anguish in our hosts voices as they say goodbye to a favorite character and their wallets!!
This was posted on the Playstation Blog today. These bastards never want me to have any money in my wallet!!!
Hey PlayStation Nation! I know many of you are eagerly waiting for the final installment of Rocksteady Studios’ Batman: Arkham series, Batman: Arkham Knight. Today, I’m pleased to announce a new limited edition bundle featuring custom artwork that pays homage to the epic series.
Limited Edition Batman: Arkham Knight PS4 Bundle | PlayStation.comThis special bundle will be available for $449.99 (MSRP) and will include the limited edition Steel Grey PS4 system chassis with a custom Batman: Arkham Knight faceplate, a matching DualShock 4 wireless controller in Steel Grey and the explosive finale to the award-winning Arkham trilogy, Batman: Arkham Knight.
In addition to the limited edition bundle, we’ll also have a Batman: Arkham Knight PS4 Bundle available for $399.99 (MSRP), which includes a PS4 system and DualShock 4 controller in Jet Black and Batman: Arkham Knight. Both the Limited and Standard Edition Batman: Arkham Knight bundles provide the perfect opportunity to upgrade to PS4, but if you’re a fan who’s already enjoying this new generation of gaming, the digital pre-order for Batman: Arkham Knight is going live today on PlayStation Store.
As an added bonus, all owners of Batman: Arkham Knight for PlayStation 4 will get access to bonus content before it’s available anywhere else, including additional in-game missions and custom skins for Batman and the Batmobile. All of this will be available when both the bundles and the game launch on June 23rd.
We’re excited that Batman: Arkham Knight will be such an epic experience for our PlayStation fans with exclusive offerings for you to enjoy as you tear through the streets of Gotham City. We can’t wait to reveal more details about the special content we have in store. Pre-orders are available starting today — which bundle are you picking up?
After many months of worrying by fans, NBC has announced that it will be bringing back it’s supernatural drama, Constantine, for a second season this fall. Yes, that includes the entire original cast! Now while NBC will be bringing back the series for a second season, they have also decided on making the second season only 13 episodes long. Apparently the desicion to make it only 13 episodes long was due to the fact the showrunner and writers felt they could tell a “better, tighter story that would allow for better development of the characters and overarching plot of the season”. This should be good news for people who aren’t fans of filler episodes.
There’s also many big things coming to the second season as we will be seeing Jim Corrigan become the Spectre, a storyline set up in the first season, along with being introduced to fan favorite characters such as Zatanna, Deadman, Dr. Fate, and Phatom Stranger! There’s also word going around that we might be seeing a character that will be a mixture of CGI and practical effects, so this might either be Swamp Thing or Etrigan The Demon. What about the timeslot? Well there’s no word on that yet, but the network is considering moving the show to a different night, Wednesday’s is apparently the one being throw around by executives, but nothing is set in stone yet.
Legendary Television and producer Matt Tolmach have scored the rights and are planning a scripted TV series adaptation of Greg Rucka and Michael Lark’s comic title “Lazarus”.
The story is set in a dystopian future where sixteen wealthy families rule society. Each is protected by a Lazarus, a genetically engineered and unkillable being.
The comic follows Forever Carlyle, one of these Lazarus beings who uses force and deception to keep her family and their interests safe.
Greg Rucka will write the series pilot and will executive produce alongside Lark and Tolmach. David Manpearl will also produce.
Celebrate 10 years of God of War as we bring God of War 3 Remastered to PlayStation 4 this July 14, 2015.
One of the most critically acclaimed games of the last generation, God of War III, has been remastered for the PlayStation 4 system, marking the debut of Kratos on PS4. God of War III Remastered brings the epic battles and carnage to life with stunning graphics, 1080p gameplay targeting 60FPS, and an elaborate plot that once again sees Kratos at the center of destruction as he seeks revenge against the Gods who have betrayed him.
I plan to watch this many many many times.