On stage voice actor Troy Baker talks about how we all have our nerd, from those of us who love comics or Star Wars or movies to the people who are obsessed with engines or sking or racing or anything else. Everyone, he says, is a nerd in their own way because being a nerd simply means being really obsessed with something, spending more and more time learning about it and enjoying it. And that’s the thing, isn’t it? Every person has that one thing they really love. Every person is a nerd. The only difference, muses Troy Baker, is that those of us at comic-con know we’re nerds and have embraced it.
Following on from my adventures at Glasgow’s Comic-Con, which you can read about here, I promised four comic-book/graphic novel reviews. Here’s the third of them. Note: pictures here are not scans of the book, but rather images taken with a less than great camera. Take that into consideration […]
Adventures At MCM Scotland’s Glasgow Comic-Con – Either These People Are Cosplaying, Or Glasgow Is Just Like This Normally
Polite note: this article contains utterly terrible photography. Sorry about that. Having attended just one small, local Comic-Con in the gloomy city of Aberdeen, which you can read about here, I wanted to check out a bigger event but couldn’t afford to simply jet off and go to […]
Evening folks, Chances are you weren’t at all surprised to see nothing being posted to this site over the last week or so, after all I’m hardly the most consistent writer, opting to focus more on reviews and posting only the occasional bit of news and sometimes even […]
I don’t know about you guys, but I’m proud nerd. I love games, books, films, TV shows and comics with a passion bordering on insane, and thus it goes without saying that I love Nerd HQ, an event held every year at Comic-Con and run by the Nerd […]