Stan Lee was sick and didn't make any appearances Friday or Saturday, so Sunday was the day to get an autograph. I didn't expect the Sacramento Convention Center to be as packed as it was, but with the perfect storm of Stan Lee and Chris Hemsworth appearing on the same day -- just getting to... Continue Reading →
"The line is over there." Where the line ended was out the door, around another building, and spiraling back towards the front of the line. When the doors opened for day two of the Wizard World Sacramento Comic-Con, a flood of visitors marched into the Sacramento Convention Center proving the Comic-Con a huge success. I... Continue Reading →
The first annual Wizard World Sacramento Comic-Con had its share of cosplayers who came ready to show off their skills and characters. There were plenty of comic-based characters as well as a lot of movie and video game inspired cosplay. There was a good diversity that really impressed the other visitors.
The first day of Wizard World's first Sacramento Comic-Con is over, and it's one for the books. Tickets for today were sold out days ago, and the Sacramento Convention Center was packed, packed, packed with visitors. Several times, I overheard someone on the verge of being overwhelmed -- "There's so much!" -- and there were... Continue Reading →
The first Wizard World Comic-Con for Sacramento takes place March 7-9, and it's going to feature a host of talented comic creators. Hall of Famer Neal Adams, legendary X-Men scribe Chris Claremont, Superior Spider-Man penciller Humberto Ramos, and the Zombie King Arthur Suydam -- just to name a few -- will be on hand for... Continue Reading →
I remember seeing ads for comic-cons in various comics and magazines when I was a kid. Chicago. New York. San Diego. 2014 came along, and I decided to finally pull the trigger and go to a con. I wanted to make this year a big year for Hyper Geeky, so I bought two three-day passes... Continue Reading →