It’s time for another tale from the Cubicle at the End of the Universe! Mike Braff tells us about setting up at San Diego Comic-Con and hanging out with authors, and he shares some fun photos. Click to see more!Read More
Each week on 15 Minutes of Fiction…with Fictional Frontiers, Host Sohaib Awan will highlight the best in genre entertainment.
This week…enjoy our extended look back at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con with SFX Magazine’s East Coast Editor: Tara Bennett.Read More
It’s our old friend Robert Masello! You may remember me speaking with Robert at SDCC last year about his thriller The Medusa Amulet, and here we are again to discuss his other novel Blood and Ice. I always appreciate the opportunity to speak with Robert: he’s a talented and very funny man, and altogether a [...]Read More
I caught up with Star Wars: Fate of the Jedi: Apocalypse author Troy Denning for a little bit of one-on-one time about his experiences in the Star Wars universe as both a fan and author and to see if I could get a few hints about his next book. Was I successful? Watch and see.Read More
How do you end an epic series like the Inheritance Cycle? With a bang, that’s how. Christopher Paolini just came off a marathon global tour to promote his multi-volume Inheritance Cycle, and he’s at San Diego Comic Con to discuss his work, his fans and…kangaroo meat and butter!Read More
Unless you’ve actually been to San Diego Comic Con, it’s hard to understand how difficult it can to get into the near-mythical Hall H. That’s the place where all of the big stuff happen: the creme de la creme of fandom. Want to see superstar actors gabbing live and in person about their new projects? Go to Hall H. Legendary comic book creators? Go to Hall H. The director of that really big event film coming out next month? Go. To. Hall. H.Read More
The uninitiated may think of San Diego Comic Con as being the sole domain of science fiction, fantasy and other fannish pursuits. In reality, it’s simply not true. Con attendees can find just about anything, from adventure movie screenings to even…romance. Why? It’s because SF/F fans are, like most healthy people, into a lot of [...]Read More