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Zombie Apocalypse hits Chicago – Mayhem!!!

World War Z hits the midwest during Chicago’s Zombie Apocalypse last weekend!  Newspapers claimed it was similar to 6 other Walker Stalker event sightings  witnessed in cities around the country; Dallas, Orlando, Boston, San Francisco, Atlanta and New York/New Jersey. [...]

March 2, 2015 Cosplay, Features
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Celebrate 10 Years With The Walking Dead!

It’s hard to imagine that a black & white comic book about people trying to survive in a world overtaken by zombies has been running for ten years but here we are. At this week’s Image Comics Expo, writer/creator Robert [...]

July 4, 2013 News
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DC Comics’ Super Villains Take Over Hallowe’en 2012

Hallowe’en, to me, is better than Christmas and birthdays combined! So imagine my excitement when my favourite comic book publisher put out a press release announcing their plans for my favourite holiday. If you said “really excited” you’ll only be half [...]

October 1, 2012 News
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Geek Girls Can Show Off Fashion at SDCC

Are you a geek girl? Do you think you’re a trendsetter? Now’s your time to find out! Her Universe will have a fashion panel at SDCC where, if you’re a fashionable geek girl, you can win prizes. The panel will [...]

July 5, 2012 Features
Comic Con Pop Cuture

Book Explores The Future of the Comic Industry

We all know that comics and pop culture are very closely connected to each other. Rob Salkowitz is taking readers deeper in his new book Comic-Con and the Business of Pop Culture. Salkowitz’ book will show readers how cons and the [...]

June 13, 2012 Features
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CDC Supports Zombie Preparedness

The CDC, or the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention, are raising the public’s awareness of the American governmental entity by offering free Zombie Preparedness posters to the public. As part of the current Zombie craze, and probably as a [...]

October 24, 2011 Features

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