GeekShot Exclusive Photo Series Vol. 4 (Week 15.2)

Welcome to the GeekShot Photo Exclusive Series. This will be a regularly recurring post featuring cool, interesting, or just plain awesome moments we have captured during San Diego Comic-Con and WonderCon over the years. Each post will include a photo by Beth or James of GeekShot Photography. We may include a short story about the photo, but sometimes we’ll just let the ... Read More »

GeekShot Exclusive Photo Series Vol. 4 (Week 15.1)

Welcome to the GeekShot Photo Exclusive Series. This will be a regularly recurring post featuring cool, interesting, or just plain awesome moments we have captured during San Diego Comic-Con and WonderCon over the years. Each post will include a photo by Beth or James of GeekShot Photography. We may include a short story about the photo, but sometimes we’ll just let the ... Read More »

The Shruggie Awards of San Diego Comic-Con 2017 – Winners

San Diego Comic-Con was filled to the brim this year with a lot of amazing things – including panels, exclusives, offsites, and so much more. We’re excited to launch our first ever The Shruggie Awards, which, despite the name, is not celebrating the “wtf-ness” of the convention (though there’s plenty of that to go around as well!). No, these are the ... Read More »

GeekShot Exclusive Photo Series Vol. 4 (Week 14.3)

Welcome to the GeekShot Photo Exclusive Series. This will be a regularly recurring post featuring cool, interesting, or just plain awesome moments we have captured during San Diego Comic-Con and WonderCon over the years. Each post will include a photo by Beth or James of GeekShot Photography. We may include a short story about the photo, but sometimes we’ll just let the ... Read More »

GeekShot Exclusive Photo Series Vol. 4 (Week 14.2)

Welcome to the GeekShot Photo Exclusive Series. This will be a regularly recurring post featuring cool, interesting, or just plain awesome moments we have captured during San Diego Comic-Con and WonderCon over the years. Each post will include a photo by Beth or James of GeekShot Photography. We may include a short story about the photo, but sometimes we’ll just let the ... Read More »

San Diego Comic-Con 2019 Dates Likely Revealed

If you’re still not recovered from San Diego Comic-Con 2017, we’ve got something this morning that might just make your head spin – likely dates for San Diego Comic-Con 2019. Yes, you read that right. As first reported by An Englishman in San Diego, it’s very likely that we have San Diego Comic-Con 2019 dates: July 17-21, 2019. For the last few ... Read More »

SDCC 2017 Recap: Funko Fundays Got (Most) of Its Magic Back

Let’s just make this clear: Funko Fundays is one of the best ticketed events at San Diego Comic-Con. Every year, Funko showers those lucky enough to score a ticket with an array of exclusive products, food, alcohol, games, entertainment, and more. But it’s also not without its problems, and for every two steps forward it takes, it also seems to ... Read More »

GeekShot Exclusive Photo Series Vol. 4 (Week 14.1)

  Welcome to the GeekShot Photo Exclusive Series. This will be a regularly recurring post featuring cool, interesting, or just plain awesome moments we have captured during San Diego Comic-Con and WonderCon over the years. Each post will include a photo by Beth or James of GeekShot Photography. We may include a short story about the photo, but sometimes we’ll just let ... Read More »

How Do I Attend San Diego Comic-Con 2018?

San Diego Comic-Con 2017 is behind us – and maybe you spent the week watching social media and thinking, “Gee, that looks fun – I’d love to attend next year!” If that’s you, then the time to start planning is actually now (no, seriously). Scoring badges to SDCC is one of the most challenging, and controversial, tasks in one’s quest ... Read More »

The Blade Runner 2049 Experience – A Glimpse of a Post-Apocalyptic Los Angeles

“I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe…” Those of us who have seen Ridley Scott’s original 1982 masterpiece, Blade Runner, know that soliloquy well. Roy Batty’s dying words are etched in our hearts as we actually felt sympathy for the “bad guy” in the film. Adapted from Philip K. Dick’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, Blade Runner made us question ... Read More »