Another year, another AMAZING weekend at the Jacob Javitz Center in New York City! Big news announcements, huge surprise guest appearances, and of course a never ending parade of incredible cosplays marked a phenomenal year for NYCC. If you weren’t lucky enough to score tickets to this years’ event, fear not; C-Mart was on the scene and managed to snap some pics of the con as well as a few of the after parties, so you won’t have to miss a second of the action. Enjoy part 1, but prepare yourself for part two which will be dropping tomorrow!
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I don’t know the last time I was this excited for a season premiere, and as always TWD did NOT disappoint. This Sunday’s episode left me on the edge of my seat, laughing, smiling, and filled with pride at times. And we’ve got 15 more episodes this year to watch the crew of TWD fight new obstacles, form new friendships, and battle more walkers. Here’s my spoiler filled review from this weekend’s TWD season 6 premiere.
This November 15th Upstate New York welcomes another pop culture convention with open arms! And this one’s got everything; comics, special guests, an indoor water park. Yeah, you read that correctly: It’s not every day you find a convention under the same roof as an indoor water park, across the street from a Six Flags amusement park, and just down the road from an outlet mall. The whole family’s gonna want to get in on this one. So take a trip to Queensbury, NY next month with the Evil Geeks.
We recently sat down with Infinity Con creator, Steve Duckett to discuss the genesis of the convention as well as what goes into getting an event like this off the ground.
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I don’t know about you, but I think one of my dream jobs might possibly be becoming a doctor for a space ship with the most fun loving, loyal, and rowdy crew around this half of the galaxy. It might not have been what Simon Tam was looking for, but when it comes to being all medical-like, he just rocks it.
Dr. Leonard McCoy might have been one of the first great physicians on the small screen, but Dana Scully was one of the best, and one of the first amazing women to step in to that role. Today’s Doctober post on Dr. Dana Scully is near and dear to me as the truth is (out there), no the truth is she is probably one of the female role models that originally inspired me to want to be in the field of medicine. This woman just rocks it as a doctor.
The show finally picks up steam in the last episode and now we’re done. What a let down! Yes, Lilith here, back to bring you all the final FTWD review until next season. It feels like it only took the blink of an eye, but that is probably because they only gave us 6 episodes for this pilot season. This season finale did what I had hoped it would: got me excited about next season. And when you look at my past reviews that is really saying something. Here’s why I think you should be just as stoked about next season as I am.