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  • Blog Post: Miss America pageant helps to make Las Vegas the special events capital of the world

    Did you catch the Miss America Pageant on ABC this past Saturday night? 8 million viewers tuned in for this live telecast, which ended with 23 year-old Laura Kaeppeler of Wisconsin being awarded the tiara and that $50,000 scholarship. Teresa Scanlan, Miss America 2011, transfers her crown to Laura Kaeppler...
  • Blog Post: Looking back at Dragon*Con

    I'm a geek - I admit it. Much like a good friend of mine worships Johnny Depp, I have a girl-crush on Felicia Day . I've been playing video games before they were cool, and I still chain-read novels with cover-art featuring pastel horses, medieval defense weapons, and futuristic space vehicles...
  • Blog Post: I've got no strings -- or clothes -- on me

    As an aging baby boomer, I have to admit that I sometimes miss the way that Walt Disney Studios used to handle its animated classics. When – just like clockwork -- these much beloved movies would be re-released to theaters once every seven years. Which is why I have to admit I was a little envious of...
  • Blog Post: Memories of Mouse Club conventions past

    I didn't make to that convention that the National Fantasy Fan Club held at Walt Disney World back in October. I Gary Sohmers (far right) leads a panel discussion that looks back on the life & career of the late great Disney artist, Ralph Kent . Photo by Max Schilling I know. I should have made the...
  • Blog Post: Ruminations: West Coast Update

    Last week, my e-mail offered up a few updates on some topics that I thought might be of interest to the loyal readers of this space. First up, the folks at E-Ville Press are hard at work finishing their next collaboration with Afterworks 2 . From their blog, the following update: “Afterworks 2 is going...
  • Blog Post: Ruminations - Disney Faves Go Back To The Comic Book Page

    Well, while Jim was out braving the snow that hit the East last weekend, I did the same out West. It was a hard task to endure the sunshine and 70 plus degree temperatures in downtown San Francisco, but I ventured off to explore the Moscone Center West as Wondercon pulled into town for the weekend. Wondercon...
  • Blog Post: Cartoonist-at-Large #1: The "Secret Origin" of San Diego's Comic-Con International

    From July 14th through 17th, the city of San Diego will once again play host to Comic-Con International . Over the years, I've read and overheard a number of accounts relating how the annual event -- once known as the " San Diego Comic-Con " -- came into existence in the first place. Well, I was one...
  • Blog Post: The Amazing Mr. Miller

    Being a comic book geek, there are times when a particular book or story or even the writer of said story really reminds me of why I got into comics almost fifteen years ago. For me, it was a writer/artist named Frank Miller. Mind you, I had heard of Frank's work before. Having written and drawn for...
  • Blog Post: Another Year, Another Show...

    ... or Here Comes a (Furry) Fan Girl Wearing the Cranky Pants a tale from the road by Dasha Ariel Clancey Once a year the anthropomorphic fanzine Yarf! makes their annual pilgrimage to the sunny San Diego bay area in an effort to promote and sell their recent and not so recent efforts. An unusual small...
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