When I started this blog, it was so I could make my voice heard. That’s still its purpose. So, let’s talk about comics and politics.
SyFy’s been hard at work promoting season 2 of The Magicians, and in doing so brought a little magic to NYC. Determined to learn some tricks, I headed over to The Hall of Magic in Brooklyn!
#GeekSHEroes is a project organized by Fort Knox and XPatGirls dedicated to combating harassment and bullying in “geek spaces” such as cosplay. I was invited to share my experiences regarding harassment culture back in something like August… several months later, here we are! (I’m a terrible person.) Click play on the video above to check out my thoughts.
Everything you could possibly need to customize a Funko Pop! vinyl toy! I explain their uses in the video above, but here’s a detailed list with corresponding Amazon links. If you have any questions, post a comment below!
Special Edition: NYC is a heavily comic book-focused mini-convention during the summer, organized by ReedPop’s (the same folks behind New York Comic Con). This was the event’s second year in existence and its first time at the pier. In this video I discuss its pros, its cons and how it stacks up to its big brother in the fall!
I’m auctioning a custom, limited edition Batgirl Funko POP! for charity! Thank you so much to all those who bid and spread the word. We raised $183.75 for charity!
Team Freckled Jesus (i.e., my friends and I named after Marco Bott, who died for our sins) made an appearance at the official Attack on Titan: Escape from the Walled City event in NYC!
It was the last stop of the tour, so I was more than pleased that we got to make it and try our hand at solving the admittedly very difficult Attack on Titan-themed puzzles. I wasn’t so pleased with the day’s conclusion, but… well, you can see what happened in the video above.
I saw Avengers: Age of Ultron a little early thanks to the fine folks over at Allied Hispanic and instantly posted a video of my first reactions, because that’s a thing normal people do. Now that I’ve had some time to sit and think about the film, however, I want to offer a more comprehensive breakdown and adjust my initial rating!
We watched stars Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo and Jeremy Renner (who totally smiled at me, I swear) interviewed up close and indulge in shenanigans during commercials. We were also gifted with theater passes to see the new movie, which I ended up giving away on my YouTube channel— just another reason for you to subscribe. ;)