Green Hornet

Comics at Comic-Con

With the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con having closed its doors, of course I’m going to have to write it about it for Boiling Point. Now, I’m a fan of Comic Con and don’t want to take a few of the obvious roads, especially ones that don’t apply to everyone. Many of us in the press industry had rough times getting into many panels, though how interesting is that to the readers? Not very, I’d reckon. I’ve also already talked about how we shouldn’t make fun of Con goers because not only do most of them smell just fine but for most of my life I was a fan and not a writer. There are plenty of complaints about Comic Con (we’ll focus on the positives later), but for me, ignoring press/job related issues, the one thing I don’t like about SDCC is the kind of non-comic related bull that gets shipped down there every year.


We're down there somewhere

In a three-way, melee attack of awesome that will leave you wondering how we removed your heart from your chest without breaking the skin, FSR is gearing up to head to sunny San Diego in order to stay indoors all weekend. Interviewer extraordinaire Jack Giroux, Robert “Fists of” Fure and I will be sharing the experience with you from Wednesday night through a hungover Sunday morning. Pack your bags, dear reader, because you’ll be coming along for the ride. Just don’t believe Fure when he tells you he’s a commercial airline pilot.


Gondry. Hornet. Awesome.

Could it be true? Could one of our favorite directors be hopping on board a stalled project to bring new life to it? And why aren’t you following me on Twitter? I thought we were friends.



The Rachel Getting Married star is reportedly headed for vastly different territory: the wild world of expert parodist Stephen Chow.



The Los Angeles Times website has a blog entitled Everyday Hero, which tracks “handpicked headliens from across the fanboy universe.” And despite the fact that this writer apparently doesn’t know how to spell “headlines,” he stumbles across some useful tidbits worth sharing.

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published: 01.28.2015
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