We’re at the last gallery from FirstPerson Shooter from Spring Super Megafest 2017. Among the cosplayers in the second of two Sunday galleries are Moonie Warrior Cosplay, Olivia Kitt Cosplay, Mink the Satyr, Cares O-Lot Cosplay, Everyone’s Hero Cosplay, R.W. Martin, Elegant Valkyrie, Thatch Cosplay, Deathbycosplay, Aemiliaaaaaa, Sakura Diamond Photography, Hybrid Spyder, Lunsum, Battle Stardoe, FergyK, and many more. Photo gallery tips: Once […]
Things slowed down drastically on Sunday at Spring Super Megafest 2017. This was without a doubt in large part caused by what seems to have been a very fun and long-lasting series of Saturday after parties. But I still managed to shoot two galleries worth of photos, and didn’t have to move from my favorite backdrop. In this […]
We wrap up the photo galleries from Saturday of Spring Super Megafest 2017 with this last of four. A couple great examples of the kind of pop culture draw the SMF has are the cosplays by West Street Studios of “The Narrator” from Fight Club, and Everyone’s Hero Cosplay as Ozone from Breakin. DragonCon might be the only […]
Marvel announced more information about it’s Fall event called “Legacy.” The gist is that it seems to be correcting the off-course moves of the past few years, including returning to the numbering of issues from before it restarted at No. 1 for those titles that got that change starting in the “All-New” campaign. The news […]
The third gallery from Saturday of Spring Super Megafest 2017 continues to show off the excellent cosplay on display, as fans of all kinds of fandoms drew them to Marlborough. This gallery has in it cosplayers Steampunk Snowdrop, AssassinAni, Moonie Warrior Cosplay, Serena Cosplay, Olivia Kitt Cosplay, That Wonder Woman, Erin Rose Actor, EmmyCosplays, Jenevieve Devereaux Cosplay, KC Cosplays, Ember Jay Cosplay, Petry Cosplays, Cares O-Lot […]
The second gallery from Spring Super Megafest a few weekends ago took place on a beautiful day, which I saw little of, being so busy shooting inside. Among the cosplayers in this gallery are Lithium Kitty, Everyone’s Hero Cosplay, Cares O-Lot Cosplay, Brandon the Shapeshifter, Benn of Robbins Studios, Wonderllama Photography, Martinez.E Photography, Miss Kits Cosplay, The Covinator, Briezerker Cosplay, AkaneSaotome Cosplay, Jennifer […]
The DC solicitations for November are out, and it looks like Batgirl‘s getting a new artist in fan-favorite Dustin Nguyen. While it certainly piques my interest to see how Nguyen’s unique style will suit the fun and adventurous tone of Batgirl, I’m sad to see the stellar and consistent art of Lee Garbett leave the […]
Yummy Gamorah is an award winning cosplayer with a sarcastic sense of humor. She cosplays because she loves making disguises and parading around obnoxiously in them. When she’s not cosplaying she can be found playing videogames, watching anime, playing D&D or pretending to be a victorian aristocrat.
What does cosplay mean to you? Having new experiences. It’s a great way to socialize, you meet new people and travel, and also you learn a lot of new skills. There is something in it for everybody. How do you decide what costumes to make? Well, often a costume is needed for a skit, so […]
Zenescope CEO and writer, Ralph Tedesco talks to Nerd Caliber about what it is like to be the head of one the most popular non-Marvel/DC comic book companies in America! The interview was held at the Northeast Comic Con by Harrison’s Comics in Salem, Massachusetts.
Nicole Hansche is an excellent painter from New Hampshire. Nerd Caliber had the opportunity to speak with her concerning her artwork at the North East Comic Con. The interview was held at the Northeast Comic Con by Harrison’s Comics in Salem, Massachusetts.
Sam Hill Jr. is the artist and creator behind My Way Comics. My Way Comics, founded April 2006 in Maine, has been making the rounds around the comic book conventions in New England promoting their unique artistic style. The interview was held at the Northeast Comic Con by Harrison’s Comics in Salem, Massachusetts.
Besides working on Her-oes for Marvel Comics, Craig Rousseau’s Perhapanauts series is a fun series about a team of supernatural guardians fighting against the things that bump in the night. This was filmed at the Granite State Comic Con, held by dmcomics.com.
Popular comic book artist Mike McKone talks to Nerd Caliber about what it takes to make it in the business as well as his current work at Marvel Comics. The interview was held at the Northeast Comic Con by Harrison’s Comics in Salem, Massachusetts.
Cesar Feliciano is a 8 year veteran, working with comics with companies like Bluewater Productions, Dark Moon and Arcana Comics. He recently did the popular Female Force: Sonia Sotomayor comic. The interview was held at the Northeast Comic Con by Harrison’s Comics in Salem, MA.
Mark McKenna has done over 400 issues of artwork for Marvel and DC Comics for over 20 years. Watch our interview with him and find out what he is currently working on. The interview was held at the Northeast Comic Con by Harrison’s Comics in Salem, Massachusetts.
I’ll be honest to say that I didn’t like Christos Gage’s work in Avengers: The Initiative. Dan Slott, who wrote it and later co-wrote it with Gage, has a unique writing style which combines action, humor and a strong familiarity with continuity in the Marvel Universe that makes his comic books such a fun read. […]
_ Watch the video above if you haven’t seen Aaron Schoenke’s Batman: City of Scars. Below is my short review on the 30 minute feature. You saw it? Good, now read below: Spoiler Alert! On the positive side: I enjoyed Kevin Porter’s role as Batman. The camera work, especially with the fight scenes were very […]
On Monday we posted The Males of Connecticon 2010 and yesterday we posted The Women of Connecticon 2010. This last set of pictures are mix of different groups of cosplayers having fun, acting out or just hanging around and random stuff we took pictures of. Coming soon will be a review of the convention as […]
Improv Everywhere did a reenactment of the beginning scenes of Star Wars Episode IV at a New York CIty subway station. To find a detailed account of what happened (with pictures) you can find it at Improv Everywhere’s site.