Friday, October 20, 2017

Needless Things Podcast 183 – 31 Days of Halloween: Corpsewood Manor


This special episode of the Needless Things Podcast presents the exploration of Corpsewood Manor, the site of murders that shocked Georgia in the early 1980s. Dave, Ryan Cadaver, and Rad Ranger traveled to Trion, Georgia to examine the once majestic ruins of the ill-fated paradise.

Thursday, October 19, 2017

31 Days of Halloween – The Great American (Local) Ghost Story



By Jerry Chandler



Wednesday, October 18, 2017

31 Days of Halloween: Christina Reviews Betrayal at House on The Hill

By Christina


I’m a gamer that likes change.  I like being kept on my toes and like replay value in the form of an ever-changing platform.  It’s why I love Until Dawn (check my review here at Needless Things) because of not only the various endings, but the multiple ways you can get to the various endings.  It’s why I love Final Fantasy VII because the materia gives you the ability to customize weapons and magic in so many different ways.  It’s why I love games like Forbidden Desert  and Dead of Winter because you never know how the game (and game board) will shift and change and who will end up with you, either in your party or even surviving to the final roll of the dice.  I had heard of Betrayal at House on The Hill; I watched it played on Wil Wheaton’s Tabletop show and had various friends recommend it.  But we hadn’t gotten our hands on it until this year’s DragonCon when we snagged it from the CoolStuffInc booth in the America’s Mart.  This was probably the best purchase that we have made all year.

My game review for the Needless Things’ 31 days of Halloween is going to focus on this survival-horror masterpiece that never stays the same and makes sure that no one at the table knows who the betrayer is going to be.  Not even the betrayer themselves.

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

31 Days of Halloween: The Frightening Michael Rooker

by Beth

Am I cheating by putting a Dragon Con interview here in the 31 Days of Halloween? Possibly, but not really. I mean it took forever to figure out how to get the audio to even the poor quality you'll hear, but I have been working on it for some time. My web hosting site has file size limits (cause it's free) so I spent ages learning to use audacity to break it into two parts, and try to up the voice of the actor while turning down the voices of the reporters. You guys aren't here to listen to me after all.

Monday, October 16, 2017

31 Days of Halloween - Spooky Toy Review – Alien: Covenant Neomorph from NECA

By Dave


Maybe you liked Alien: Covenant. Maybe you didn’t.



Whatever your feelings about the movie, there’s no denying that there were some cool new creature designs and interpretations of one of the most well-known movie monsters of all time. I knew going in that NECA had the license and would be producing new toys. They were super-secretive about them, too. If they released images before the movie was actually released, it wasn’t by more than a week.


Thursday, October 12, 2017

31 Days of Halloween - Chilling Adventures of Sabrina



By Jerry Chandler

I tend to not follow remakes or reboots that completely alter the tone and style of the original stories. There have been a few exceptions to this over the decades, but more often than not I tend to find things like classic television dramas turned into farce comedy films or lighter fare turned into grim and gritty drama to just not work for me on any level. Many modern attempts at dramas turned farce often lose any resemblance to their source material, and all too often the attempt to make lighter fare more “adult” simply comes across as poorly written material full of little more than shock value material using a familiar name for a (they hope) quick buck before word of mouth kills it. As such, I was a little late to the game (and then some) with this one.

Fortunately, I took the wise advice of Derek Tatum of the Dragon Con Horror Track. During the House of Dreadpunk panel, he gave this series a high recommendation. He’d referenced it before in other places, but he offered up on the panel an explanation of what it was that made it seem a little more intriguing than the prior descriptions I’d seen of it. The next day, while braving the crushing waves of humanity in the vendor area, I saw the trade paperback collection on a vendor’s shelf along with some other books I’d been looking for. Taking a chance, I picked it up. It still took me about three weeks to read it after getting home from Dragon Con.

Holy…

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

31 Days of Halloween: Death Note

by Beth

A new live action (and very Americanized) version of beloved anime Death Note has come to Netflix, and I'm watching it just in time for Halloween. Sure imdb lists it as action rather than horror, but take a look at the Japanese death demon that Willem Dafoe voices, and tell me that's not horror. Plus, literally hundreds of people are brutally murdered. A guy getting the top half of his head chopped off by a falling ladder is pretty damn horrifying.

Monday, October 9, 2017

31 Days of Halloween - Spooky Toy Review - The Nightmare Before Christmas Pumpkin King from Diamond Select Toys

By Dave


Skeleton Jack might catch you in the back
And scream like a banshee
Make you jump out of your skin
This is Halloween, everyone scream
Wont' ya please make way for a very special guy
Our man jack is King of the Pumpkin patch
Everyone hail to the Pumpkin King
This is Halloween, this is Halloween
Halloween! Halloween! Halloween! Halloween!
In this town we call home
Everyone hail to the pumpkin song

Friday, October 6, 2017

Needless Things Podcast 181 – 31 Days of Halloween: The Horror of Kane


LIVE from Dragon Con 2017, but the perfect way to kick off 31 Days of Halloween on the Needless Things Podcast, Dave talks to one of the most notable horror icons in the history of professional wrestling – the Big Red Machine, Kane!

Thursday, October 5, 2017

31 Days of Halloween – Gravedancers (2006)



By Jerry Chandler

Back in 2006, a wonderfully conceived gimmick was used to try and create an event feeling around seeing horror movies in the theaters. This was the After Dark Horrorfest (A.K.A.  8 Films to Die For) and its collection of eight horror films that had not yet seen wide release in theaters in the United States. The promotional hook was that these films were being screened by the After Dark Horrorfest after proving themselves too intense and terrifying for conventional studio and distributor release. If you wanted to see them in the theaters, you had to get to a participating theater in your area and pay for that night or weekend’s slate of films.

The first After Dark Horrorfest was successful enough, and there would be several annual After Dark Horrorfests after it. However, the truth about their offerings was that they were somewhat hit or miss. A few of the films were pretty damned good, but most of the first eight films shown were just enjoyable if forgettable horror films. But out of that first year’s offerings, one of the two films that stood out and above the rest by quite some measure was the story of three evil, angry, and vengeful ghosts, Gravedancers.

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Comic Book Wednesday – Previews October 2017: “Getting It In Before Christmas”

By Dave


It’s early in the month, but it is here that we must take a break from our spooky activities to see what Diamond Distribution’s terrifying tome has in store for the future…

If you don’t know, Previews is the catalog that Diamond Comic Distributors use to offer the products they distribute to comic book stores around the country. This is where you can view and order (through your favorite Local Comic Book Shop) comic books, trade paperback collections, t-shirts, books, media, and toys and other collectibles from hundreds of different vendors that deal in geek-oriented merchandise. The genius part is that you actually have to pay for your copy of Previews for the privilege of ordering other things to pay for.

It’s like the Ren Fest except without the horse poo smell.

So every month a new edition of Previews is sent out to comic book stores. Contained in the pages within are products that might be currently available or could be released anytime in the next year; but are typically about two months away. Most of this month’s offerings are scheduled to ship in December.

Now it’s time to discuss a few of the weird and/or wonderful items offered in this month’s edition!


Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Dragon Con 2017: Casper Van Dien and Patrick Muldoon Interview

by Beth

Yeah, I know. It's 31 Days of Halloween time. I've still got these interviews to post though, and the last 2 are people who've been in horror movies (or TV shows) so I'm counting it. This next interview was with Casper Van Dien and Patrick Muldoon from Starship Troopers. They've both done SyFy channel horror movies too, and are even working on a new Werewolf movie together called Alpha Wolf. See, totally fits with the Halloween theme.

Monday, October 2, 2017

31 Days of Halloween - Spooky Toy Review – CALABRESE Dayglo Necros Figure


By Dave

You know a great way to celebrate the Halloween season?

Spooky rock n’ roll music.


Friday, September 29, 2017

Thursday, September 28, 2017

The Horror of Candy Corn



By Jerry Chandler

Next month is October. We must prepare properly.

Halloween and the run-up to it is a time of chills and thrills. Sadly, with regards to one great American Halloween tradition, the thrills have gone and been replaced by way more chills than there used to be. What was once something that was looked forward to has now become a thing of scorn and derision, and the only tradition that most people now have is of trying to avoid what was once enjoyed. This, my friends, has been the sad fate of candy corn.

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Comic Book Wednesday – Thinning the Herd

By Dave


It’s been too long since I sat down and looked at the pull list I have with my Local Comic Shop. I have a huge stack of unread comics at home, and part of that stack consists of books that I have lost interest in and am now buying out of habit. Like The Wicked + The Divine, which has meandered so badly that I don’t even know what’s going on. I probably have six unread issues at home, not including a one-shot that I couldn’t be bothered to read.

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Dragon Con 2017: Steve Blum Interview

by Beth

You may not know Steve Blum by name, but if you've ever watched anime (or regular cartoons) or played a video game in the last 15 years then you know the voice. He's been in hundreds of video games, and I recognize his voice immediately now. DOOM, Halo, Bioshock, Dragon Age, Fallout, Mass Effect, Final Fantasy, WoW, KotOR, and too many others to name. If there's a video game franchise, Steve Blum has been part of it at some point. He holds a Guinness Book world record for the most prolific video game voice actor. He was at 261 in 2012 at the time he received this award, but a quick glance at his IMDB page shows he's blow that mark out of the water. Sometimes I'll be playing a video game, and pick his voice out of a group of NPC's that I'm walking past. I always turn around to find out which character he is in the bunch. I just prefer to give my in game gold to a dwarf with a familiar voice is all. And to me there is no voice no more familiar than his.

Sunday, September 24, 2017

Gone Too Soon, But Never to be Forgotten



By Jerry Chandler

I came to support a friend, but I initially stayed around largely for the Black Saint. That’s perhaps the best way to describe the start of the path that set me on my way to meet and become friends with Santos Ellin Jr. My friend, NC indie filmmaker Bill Mulligan, had met John “Doc Rotten” Slattery during the making of the indie film Fix It In Post. They hit it off well and Doc invited Bill onto one of his older podcasts to discuss a subject near and dear to Bill’s heart, films that were never released. Of course, in support of my friend, I tuned in and shared the podcast when and where I could. Plus, hey, it was a genuinely enjoyable podcast discussion, and it led to Doc having Bill back for a different podcast, the Decades of Horror the 1970s podcast to discuss The Wicker Man. It was there that I (so I initially thought) first encountered The Black Saint and his gleefully expressed love of the types of films that filled the exploitation theaters in the New York of the 1970s.

Thursday, September 21, 2017

In the Shadow of Bones



By Jerry Chandler

If you are competitive by nature, you strive to be the best there is at what you do. You see it in all walks of life. We even turn entertainment into a serious competition with teams of fans rooting for their film or television show to be the one to get the big awards. Certainly for athletes- especially for athletes in combat sports where things are decided on a one on one basis –it’s almost impossible to not be competitive. Even when dealing with teammates, there’s a comradery that pushes each other to be the best that’s based in large part on that competitive drive. You even see the competitive drive in individuals who perform in the “fake sport” of professional wrestling. Everyone involved in such endeavors wants to be able to point to their career when it’s all said and done and say that in their prime they were the undisputed best in the world during their day.

Typically, by whatever metrics one uses to quantify this, it’s fairly easy to make this claim. Various awards and titles exist that make it clear who is the best in their time. With boxers and mixed martial artists, there’s both the win/loss record and the title to point to. Usually, pointing to these things gives one a clear-cut answer. Sadly, now and forever more, that cannot be said for Daniel Cormier and Jon “Bones” Jones.

Dragon Con 2017: Bill Corbett Interview

by Beth

Having been approved for 2 press conferences, 1 group interview, and 1 individual interview at Dragon Con this year was extremely exciting. Exciting and terrifying.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Devlin's Domain - The Fan ( Der Fan )



A few months ago I reviewed a documentary called I Think We're Alone Now that was about deranged people with an unhealthy obsession with the 80s pop singer, Tiffany. They say reality is often stranger than fiction, but in this case the fiction is coming from Germany. Leave it to the Germans to take a tale of an obsessed fan to the absolute extreme. I assure you that this is a nightmare worth having.


Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Beth's Dragon Con 2017 Recap: Part 2

by Beth

If you missed the first part of my recap you can catch up here. I meant to get this up sooner, but the con crud was bad this year. I've still got some fluid in my lungs, but I don't want to die anymore so that's an improvement. Here, at last, is what went down on Saturday and Sunday.

Monday, September 18, 2017

Christina's DragonCon Wrap-Up Part One

By Christina




Captains and kilts and big gothic concerts.  Possibly the weirdest tag line in history if you didn’t run in our circle.  But you do, so it isn’t.  This pretty much sums up the highlights of my Labor Day weekend, which I shall now regale you with.  None of us likes Post Con Depression, so let us stay at the Con for a while longer, shall we?  Allow me to take you back there as I recap my personal highlights from DragonCon 2017.

Friday, September 15, 2017

Needless Things Podcast 178 – Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie Needless Commentary


Part of an ongoing series – the Needless Things Irregulars gather in the Phantom Zone to provide their own unique commentary on classic genre films!

Thursday, September 14, 2017

How Much Will a Female Doctor Change Doctor Who? Not Much.



By Jerry Chandler

When the big reveal came, when we all first saw Jodie Whittaker walking towards the TARDIS, all fandom hell broke loose. Since then, things have calmed down a little bit. But the debate is still going (as is common with everything in fandom) about how much of a sea change we’re going to witness with the show and the Doctor when the Doctor finally faces the world for the first time in his over half a century of television as a she. I’ve been watching it discussed on social media since the announcement was made, and there were more than just a few discussions (and panels) where I saw the topic came up at this year’s Dragon Con. But, in all reality, much to the disappointment and dismay of some out there, we’ll likely see very little real change with the show and especially with the Doctor.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Comic Book Wednesday – Previews September 2017: “I’m Late, I’m Late!”

By Dave


If you don’t know, Previews is the catalog that Diamond Comic Distributors use to offer the products they distribute to comic book stores around the country. This is where you can view and order (through your favorite Local Comic Book Shop) comic books, trade paperback collections, t-shirts, books, media, and toys and other collectibles from hundreds of different vendors that deal in geek-oriented merchandise. The genius part is that you actually have to pay for your copy of Previews for the privilege of ordering other things to pay for.

It’s like the Ren Fest except without the horse poo smell.

So every month a new edition of Previews is sent out to comic book stores. Contained in the pages within are products that might be currently available or could be released anytime in the next year; but are typically about two months away. Most of this month’s offerings are scheduled to ship in November.

Now it’s time to discuss a few of the weird and/or wonderful items offered in this month’s edition!

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Beth's Dragon Con 2017 Recap: Part 1

by Beth (obviously)

On Thursday morning I woke up with no other plans than to pack my bags, and saunter casually down to Dragon Con. I was only spending the night on Saturday since the Dirty Dirty Con Con Game Game Show Show (abbreviated as DDCCGGSS from here on out) wasn't going on until midnight this year. I was lucky enough to secure a bed in "the Phantom Suite" so that I could stow my shit early. I had more gear than usual since Gnoll talked me into pulling out our Halloween costumes from last year, and cosplaying as Team Rocket from the Pokemon cartoon. I also had to do a "sexy Thanos" makeup for the DDCCGGSS which was definitely a first for me. I figured that if Thursday is the new Friday I'd be better off taking my luggage early. Then, a little before 11am I got an email from media relations that 4 of my 10 interview requests had been approved. Panic time!

Monday, September 11, 2017

Toy Stories – Star Wars: The Last Jedi Force Friday II

By Dave

Force Friday II – the big launch for not just Hasbro’s, but everyone’s products for Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi – happened while I was at Dragon Con. To be honest, I didn’t care.

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Jerry’s Dragon Con 2017 Wrap-Up



By Jerry Chandler

Dragon Con 2017 is over. The 2017 Labor Day weekend has come and gone. The hallways of the many hotels and buildings that were filled with the morethan 80,000 people who came to Atlanta for Dragon Con seem almost unnaturally quiet now. Extraordinarily tired people from all over the world are making their way home and crashing and recovering from their days of high energy fun, lots of running and walking, and very little sleep. A few unlucky souls are even launching straight into their workweek and seemingly feeling the dreary nature of the daily grind all the more acutely due to the contrast of the Dragon Con weekend. But all this means is the countdown to the next Dragon Con has officially begun in the hearts and minds of the fans who love the convention. But before we cast our attention fully towards preparing for the next one, let’s look back on the fun we just had.

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Dragon Con 2017: The Dragon Award Winners and Other Stuff

by Beth

So another Dragon Con is in the books, and I'm frakking exhausted. I didn't plan well by having my first post-con post go up the day after the con ends, but here we are. (I know I said I'd talk about Game of Thrones, but the finale came at a bad time for that. Plus, Phantom and I are talking about doing a podcast since we both have so much to say about the most recent season). I'm sure you're all as tired as I am so hopefully you'll forgive me for getting some press release business out of the way this week before really getting fully into my coverage next week. I promise you it'll be worth the wait. I didn't see a ton of panels (the ones I did see were great though), but I did get four of the ten interviews I applied for so it really will be worth it. Check back every Tuesday in September for my continuing Dragon Con coverage. But first...

Thursday, August 31, 2017

One Extra Thing to Remember When Planning for This Dragon Con



By Jerry Chandler

Everybody plans out their Dragon Con weekend. Even those of us who offer as a suggestion you don’t try to plan too heavily or get too detailed with the planning still end up planning out more of our days than we may have originally intended. It is part of the fun after all. Now, whether or not we can make all those plans work as envisioned is another story all together. But, still, we all plan the weekend out to greater or lesser degrees. We all map out the panels and events we want to see. We all make plans for parties. We all set up the get togethers over a meal at places like the Metro Café Diner. Then there are the photo ops, the offsite events, etc., etc., etc.

But there’s something that you don’t often plan for. Relax, this is not turning into an ad for insurance. Although, the boss would probably love such a sponsor for the site. No, this is about one of those things that few people put into their plans for Labor Day weekend or for any large event like Dragon Con, but it’s something you can add in to you plans without much effort, with no real cost to you, and with absolutely no changes made to any other plans you’ve made.

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Needless Things Podcast 176 – Dragon Con 2017: The Puppets Take Atlanta


Dragon Con 2017 coverage continues on Needless Things with this special Wednesday episode!

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Dragon Con 2017 – Phantom’s Schedule

By Phantom Troublemaker

Good evening, Phantomaniacs and welcome to basically the only Dragon Con post (aside from podcasts) I’ve been able to put together this year. And you’re about to see why.

Friday, August 25, 2017

Thursday, August 24, 2017

2017’s Dragon Con Road Trip Playlist



By Jerry Chandler

Assuming you’re reading this the day it goes live, Dragon Con 2017 is exactly seven days away. The evening of Thursday the 31st of August is the official soft launch of the convention with a few special events to tide everyone over until everything kicks off in a big way Friday morning. Many of you reading this will likely be getting in before then. It’s becoming more and more common to see a sizable crowd with even a few full cosplays done up and being worn at the Pulse bar on Wednesday night before con these days. So, you’re looking at a week or less before hitting the road to Dragon Con. As such, you’re likely down to the wire when it comes to getting all of your stuff together. But there might be something important you’ve overlooked.

You may be driving in to con. You may be flying in. You could be sitting in your seat behind the wheel or crammed in with the other airline passengers for as few as a couple of hours or for as many as ten or twelve. You need something to help pass the time. Sure a book (or an audiobook for you drivers) might help pass the time nicely. Maybe you can jam to some of your favorite tunes. But you’re going to Dragon Con. Why not make the trip down and maybe the trip back as much about enjoying the convention as you can? You can do that quite easily by putting together a playlist for your trip that is all things from, about, or related to Dragon Con.

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Dragon Con 2017: Beth's Interview Requests

by Beth

As Dragon Con quickly approaches I'll probably only stop talking about it here long enough to give my thoughts on this season of Game of Thrones once the finale airs. Other than that it'll most likely be all Con all the time. Several weeks back I received an invitation from the lovely people in Dragon Con media relations to submit interview requests for Walk of Fame guests. From what I've seen they don't throw this out to everyone so I had to think long and hard about who to request. I didn't want to aim too high, but then I also figured "what the hell, why not?" and asked for some people I might not be important enough to talk to anyway. There are some pretty big names this year, and narrowing this list down to 10 (each reporter only gets 10 requests) was daunting Here, for your reading pleasure is the list of my requested interviews, and why I picked them.

Friday, August 18, 2017

Needless Things Podcast 174 – Dragon Con 2017: Dragonslayer Needless Commentary


Part of an ongoing series – the Needless Things Irregulars gather in the Phantom Zone to provide their own unique commentary on classic genre films!

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Dragon Con 2017 – I Do So Love Watching Newbies



Jerry Chandler

An important thing upfront for those out there who might take that the wrong way; that is absolutely not meant in any way to be a negative. At some point or another, all of us, even the people that started the con, were Dragon Con newbies and it’s not a bad thing in any way. There is one thing that’s radically different about newbies in the more recent eras of the con versus the newbies of the earliest days of the con, though. At this point, there’s even very likely a substantial difference between newbies now versus newbies in my newbie year, 2006, at the con. It’s that difference over the years, that growing difference, which makes them so damned fun to watch at con. Also, in this case, I’m talking about the newbies that each of us who have been going for a while personally know.

Monday, August 14, 2017

Dragon Con 2017: SURVEY SAYS!

BY PHANTOM TROUBLEMAKER

For the first time ever you have the opportunity to determine the FUTURE!


Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Dragon Con 2017’s Streaming DCTV is Now for Everyone



By Jerry Chandler
https://dragoncon.tv/

Last year, 2016’s Dragon Con had two announcements that made certain events at the convention so much more convenient for not only attendees to see, but, in one case, for almost everyone else in the Atlanta area as well. Last year the parade was televised live by Atlanta’s CW for the first time. This allowed everyone to be able to see the parade as it happened whether they could find a spot on the ever more increasingly packed sidewalks on Saturday morning or not. The other 2016 announcement was an even bigger deal for many. That had to do with DragonConTV.

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Dragon Con 2017: The Dragon Awards

by Beth
Last year I encouraged you to sit on your ass, and vote for the first annual Dragon Awards. This year I encourage you to do the same thing. I didn't get on in time for the nominations so if you want to have a hand in choosing the nominees next year look for the nominations process to start in early July. I'm a little mad at myself about it too since Thrawn didn't get a nomination. Just because you didn't get nominate your favorite whatever it is you like doesn't mean you can't still participate though.

Monday, August 7, 2017

Dragon Con 2017: The Costume Post – aka – In Your Satin Tights

By Phantom Troublemaker


It takes many different elements to create the magic of Dragon Con – fan Tracks, celebrity guests, apple pie – but in my opinion few are as important as the costuming community.
To me, Dragon Con’s biggest virtue is that it gives me the ability to immerse myself in an environment that is accepting, nurturing, and fantastical. Where, for five(ish) days we can all be whoever we were mean to be – our best selves. Whether you’re a wizard, a wrestler, a soldier from the future, or a mad scientist, you get to be you. And more importantly, you’re surrounded by fellow wizards, warriors, and Wonder Women.

Thursday, August 3, 2017

It Came From After School Television – Star Blazers



By Jerry Chandler

Star Blazers debuted on American television in 1979. One of the major channels to carry it was the early cable flagship channel, Superstation WTBS. I was eight-years-old when it hit the American television airwaves and the fledgling cords of a young cable industry. At least where animated television shows were concerned, I had never seen anything like it before. To say it blew my young little mind was a bit of an understatement.

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Comic Book Wednesday – Previews August 2017: “Things With Pages”

By Phantom Troublemaker


If you don’t know, Previews is the catalog that Diamond Comic Distributors use to offer the products they distribute to comic book stores around the country. This is where you can view and order (through your favorite Local Comic Book Shop) comic books, trade paperback collections, t-shirts, books, media, and toys and other collectibles from hundreds of different vendors that deal in geek-oriented merchandise. The genius part is that you actually have to pay for your copy of Previews for the privilege of ordering other things to pay for.

It’s like the Ren Fest except without the horse poo smell.

So every month a new edition of Previews is sent out to comic book stores. Contained in the pages within are products that might be currently available or could be released anytime in the next year; but are typically about two months away. Most of this month’s offerings are scheduled to ship in October.


Monday, July 31, 2017

Dragon Con 2017 – Phantom's Preview

By Phantom Troublemaker
A wise man* once said that Dragon Con is always either a year or a day away. And it certainly feels that way.
We might be a month out from the greatest annual pop culture gathering of all time, but I can feel the scaled behemoth breathing down my neck.

Friday, July 28, 2017

Needless Things Podcast 171 – San Diego Comic Con 2017


It’s time once again for the Needless Things Irregulars to look at the big news out of San Diego Comic Con!