“Situated in the small shopping precinct of Abbey Mews, this refuge for those looking for answers and inspiration beyond the mystical arts, or even including those, is a nivana for comic book and popular culture fans with a wealth of treasures from across the broad spectrum of the so called geek culture that exists today” Continue reading A Visit to The Comic Store
“I would argue it’s quite visibly present, especially the bleed over from political tribes with contributors and bloggers actively blocking and muting those who have a differing belief to theirs.” Continue reading 30 Day Challenge Day Twenty Four: Something you want to improve about the geek community?
“My first, voluntary experience into the magical world of Harry Potter and it’s biggest secret, just how much merchandise it’s possible to sell for each and every house in this fictional world” Continue reading 30 Day Challenge Day Fifteen: What Hogwarts House are you in?
Inspired by two wonderfully creative souls, Megan and her 30 day Geek Out Challenge in August and Alyssa and her own 30 day challenge in October I felt it was about time after a year of writing to challenge myself … Continue reading Blogvember – 30 Day Challenge
“With a plethora of exhibits and attractions to enjoy and entertain, from the panels and platforms for the performing artists to a whole range of merchandise stands selling everything from gaming statues to scented candles and bath oils and everything and anything in between. For better or for worse, Comic Con represents an opportunity for fans of a broad spectrum of genres to come together to find commonality and cause with those of a similar disposition, to express themselves in costume for example to whatever degree they wish. ” Continue reading Comic Con London 2019: Bag of Swag
“What made the experience tolerable if not enjoyable was the strange sensation of queuing with a variety of characters in my immediate vicinity from Avengers to Indiana Jones, wrestlers, game heroes, those in spandex, those in fun t shirts, all sexualities, creeds and colours, everyone representing the best aspects of themselves and yet conforming to the English tradition of orderly queues.” Continue reading Comic Con London 2019: My First Convention
“Thankfully the heroes were relatively unscathed and pushed forward although the path to freedom and their escape was relatively obscured and hidden immediately. With the promise of treasure and a good few enemies to krump the heroes pushed forward deeper into the unknown. immediately, it became clear the threats to the group were immense with challenges presenting themselves immediately, a shrinking room, a crumbling bridge, even a crushing orange colored boulder the path to freedom and escape was a dangerous adventure awaiting the heroes with every perilous step.” Continue reading The Heroes of Heroism & The Crystal Tomb – Dungeons and Dragons Sunday