I have been writing as a pop culture blogger now for over a year and have enjoyed it immensely so it was only inevitable that I would eventually feel the need to branch out further. With that in mind I am moving into the realm of podcasting with Five By Five Reviews. Five By Five […]Read More A Mr Mid Announcement.
Day 2 of Wales Comic-Con has arrived and after the absolute result that was Day 1, it’s safe to say I’m hyped because today is photo-op day! Later today I’ll be grabbing a photo with Mick Foley & Amy ‘Lita’ Dumas and my wife has purchased a photo with T.J Thyne of Bones fame. A […]Read More Wales Comic-Con April 2017, Glyndŵr University, Wrexham: Day 2.
It’s that time of year again, where eager Sci-fi, Fantasy, Anime & Pop Culture fans descend on Glyndwr University in Wrexham for 2 days of signings, Photo-Ops, Q&A sessions and much more. Year on year, since I started attending Wales Comic-Con back in 2012, it has gone from strength to strength, drawing in bigger crowds […]Read More Wales Comic-Con April 2017, Glyndŵr University, Wrexham: Day 1.
Directed by: Sam Liu. Starring: Kevin Conroy, Mark Hamill, Tara Strong, Ray Wise, Nolan North. The adaptation of hallowed material always raises questions, should it even be undertaken? What if it tarnishes the source material? What if it straight up sucks? These are questions that most certainly were destined to be levelled at the 2016 […]Read More I Started A Joke: A The Killing Joke review.
Here we go, day 2. This is the day I was looking forward to the most as I get to meet 2 childhood heroes, Michael Biehn & Ric Flair. Day 1 was pretty much full of win, minus a few very minor niggles, let’s see what the final day holds. We arrive at the Con […]Read More Wales Comic-Con: Day 2
I have been an attendee at Wales Comic-con since 2012, even attending both days since it moved to a two day con last year. I do this because I love the atmosphere, the increasingly impressive guests they manage to book, the informative and entertaining Q&A’s, marvelling at the ingenuity of the cosplayers and getting the […]Read More Wales Comic-con: Day 1
I don’t like Alan Moore, there, I said it. I find the man self-important and more than a little pretentious, he has however written some good stories. One of the standouts for me personally would be 1988’s ‘V For Vendetta’, collecting stories ranging back from 1982. Concerning the story of a masked vigilante, striking out […]Read More Remember, Remember: V For Vendetta and how it’s subject matter is more relevant now than ever.