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I Was CLAUS Studios’ SDCC 2018 Booth Babe (and I loved it)

In Editorials/Opinions by Andy WagnerLeave a Comment

When I was a kid, my grandmother used to drag me to flea markets and craft fairs, where she would sell her handmade crafts at a small table. From there, I learned how to interact with potential customers, handle money, stock inventory, and all the stuff that comes with running a small table. I got a chance to dust off … Read More

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Dear Santa: Comic-Con Wish Lists for 2018

In Editorials/Opinions by Robert Warners1 Comment

Well, it’s the holiday season and the Ublog staff are sending their letters to the jolliest of people, Santa Comic-Con. We wanted to share our letters of hope and joy for all to see at Comic-Con in the coming year. No, we don’t want a rock and roll electric guitar or a little baby doll – just low crowds, every movie … Read More

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Funko HQ’s Grand Opening Offered Fans a Unique Experience

In Editorials/Opinions, General News, Other Conventions by Ben KucharskiLeave a Comment

This article is long overdue, and for that I apologize — but I had the pleasure of being able to attend and experience the Funko HQ Grand Opening and I wanted to share my experience. A friend and I made the trek to from Portland, OR to Everett, WA for the big event of Funko’s first retail location. We drove … Read More

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

In Editorials/Opinions, Features, Offsites by Kerry Dixon8 Comments

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

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

In Editorials/Opinions, Offsites by Andy Wagner3 Comments

“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

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Con Flashback: Stressed Spelled Backwards Is Desserts

In Editorials/Opinions by Robert Warners1 Comment

Welcome to the newest and FINAL edition of Con Flashback where the Ublog staff takes a look back at various topics about San Diego Comic-Con. With SDCC starting in less then a week, we decided to look back at some of our most stressful SDCC moments! Kerry Dixon Don’t get me wrong, Comic-Con is PLENTY stressful. You worry about getting … Read More