Her Universe SDCC 2017 Fashion Show

Once again, “Geek Couture” has invaded San Diego Comic-Con. The epicenter of geek fashion, the 4th annual Her Universe Fashion Show, presented by Her Universe and Hot Topic, debuted 25 stunning fashions inspired by the sci-fi and pop culture world on Thursday, July 20. Only two designers could ultimately win the grand prize – the opportunity to design a fashion collection with Her Universe Founder Ashley Eckstein for Hot Topic. But this year – for the first time ever – the judges declared a tie, and three designers were awarded the grand prize!

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Let’s talk Hall-H Lines

For those of you who don’t know, Hall-H is the largest hall at San Diego Comic Con. Within its mighty belly, 6,500 lucky attendees sit in heavenly bliss as they are treated to exclusive trailers and clips. The lines for Hall H are the most demoralizing lines in all of Comic Con. Think waiting three hours to get into an interactive zone is three hours too long? Try camping out over night. Hell, try camping out in line days before your panel even begins. That’s the reality of Hall-H lines. Only the most loyal fans will ever get to see the inside of Hall-H.

I’ve made it in three times and was hoping to add a fourth wristband to my collection but a number of factors worked against me this year.

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#WeAreAllHeroes: The Changing Landscape of Comics, Geekdom and Fanboy Culture

Featuring a diverse range of talent, including Sal Masekela (media personality), Gina Prince-Bythewood (film director, Love & Basketball),Malcolm Barrett (actor, Timeless), Lewis Tan (actor, Iron Fist) and MURS (rapper), the We Are All Heroes panel touched on diversity in fanboy culture, giving multicultural voices the opportunity to discuss their own experiences in entertainment.

 

‘Shed’ #1-3 dares us to change the future

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Shed

Writers: Ken Spevergav and Obie Scott Wade

Art: Steve Beach

Colors: Jay Fotos

Publisher: Sabotage Industries

 

 

Earth has chosen her new champion and it isn’t mankind. The Sarx, a new race of skinless homo sapiens with mysterious powers, have been selected to take over as stewards of the planet.

Shed, a graphic sci-fi horror comic, deals with man’s potential downfall due to willful intolerance. Nature may have selected the Sarx, but man may be choosing his own extinction.

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