In our 150th episode AJ and Anthony interview artist Julian Aguilera about his motivations and influences.
Then Richard Duron joins the show with his Wrestling Wrap up as he recaps WWE Fastlane.
Also, Anthony reviews Amazon’s The Man In The High Castle.
All of this and the news on our celebratory episode!!
In this episode AJ and Anthony discuss some news bits, including the casting of Odin Quincannon for the Preacher tv series.
As well as their review of the most talked about movie this month…DEADPOOL!!
In a bit of a role reversal, Richard Duron of Krooked Smile Art sits down with the CEO of Forbidden Panel, AJ Herrera. Tune in for this hour long, in-depth, and revealing interview with the guy who is to blame for all of this.
It’s that time of year again. No, not Christmas. Well not for some. But time for San Diego Comic Con. The biggest convention of the year is upon us once again.
SDCC is always a love/hate relationship. While I enjoy seeing all the amazing exclusives and grand booth displays on the floor, I am not a big fan of crazed crowds and long waits in line. This year was no exception.
The convention floor was filled with some really amazing statues and toys and displays. While I did not have a chance to see everything (the floor was only open for 3 hrs) I did my best to take pictures of what I could see. I also managed to be able to run around to some of my favorite booths and grab some of the exclusives.
For me, my favorite part of SDCC is the Annual Forbidden Panel Dinner at the Gaslamp Strip Club (think steaks). I was not let down this year. Joined by some good friends and fans, I had a blast.
Here are some of the photos I did manage to take today. While I will not be able to attend Fri-Sun, I will be on the floor again tomorrow. Hopefully, I can snap more pictures at that time. To see what pics I will be taking, please head over to our Instgram page and follow our adventures as they happen. Also, check back here on Tuesday as we release the latest episode of the PanelCast with our detailed run-down of our hijinks at SDCC