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Season 2 Trailer of Stan Against Evil Drops at NYCC

by Laura Cerroneon October 5, 2017
IFC will be premiering the second season of Stan Against Evil on November 1 at 10 pm. The sophomore season will include  all the trademark horror comedy that plagues Willard’s Mill, including ghosts, demons and plenty of other evil things. The show picked the first day of New York Comic Comic Con to unveil the […]

New York Comic Con Combats Ticket Resellers with New Fan Verification Process

by Laura Cerroneon May 18, 2016
In recent years venues, promoters and events have all been working on ways to stomp out ticket resellers from marking up tickets to exorbitant prices. To combat the price inflation, ReedPOP has adapted a new ticket purchasing process for its New York Comic Con it hosts every fall. Prospective attendees first need to fill out […]

Sink Your Teeth into 8 Bit Bakeshop

by Laura Cerroneon March 24, 2016
While there aren’t official statistics to support this, cookies, cakes and brownies that are modeled after comic books, video games and pop culture automatically taste better. Don’t trust me? The GCE’s chat with 8 Bit Bakeshop proprietor Hannah Maldonado will convince you just otherwise. The Long Island City, New York bakery specializes in churning out […]

ReedPOP Kicks Off a Year of Cosplay Contests

by Laura Cerroneon January 28, 2016
ReedPOP is one of the largest convention producers on the planet, hosting events such as New York Comic Con, C2E2, Emerald City Comicon, as well as international cons like Delhi Comic Con and Beijing Comic Convention. Suffice to say, the folks at ReedPOP know how to throw a convention, and for 2016 they are bringing […]

Marvel Coffee is Real and the Verdict is Delicious

by Laura Cerroneon December 7, 2015
Several months ago a press release crossed my desk that I couldn’t pass over. The release discussed a new marketing avenue for Marvel; coffee and hot chocolate. The franchise teamed up with White Coffee Company on creating several limited edition boxes of coffee and hot chocolate. I wrote about the release back in July. Then […]
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The Geeky Weekly: October 5 – October 18

by Laura Cerroneon October 18, 2015
Did you miss us? As promised, the Geeky Weekly is back after my hiatus, also known as New York Comic Con. You can check out my recap over at this link. Here are some news headlines you may have missed over the past two weeks. This edition of the Geeky Weekly focuses a lot on […]

[NYCC 2015] Vending v. Attending at Comic Con

by Laura Cerroneon October 16, 2015
As I enter my mid-twenties, I can proudly say I’ve attended my fair share of comic cons- both local and internationally acclaimed- as attendee and as a member of the press. This past New York Comic Con I was presented the unique opportunity to volunteer at a booth. It was NYCC’s 10th year, and after […]
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The Geeky Weekly: September 27 – October 4

by Laura Cerroneon October 4, 2015
Welcome back to another edition of the Geeky Weekly, and another week where we endeavor to bring you a rundown of some of the weeks’ top headlines. This upcoming week, The GCE is headed to New York to partake in the grand social gathering known as New York Comic Con. Tweet at us to hand and […]

Comic Cons Around the World

by Laura Cerroneon August 6, 2015
North America isn’t the only region that has amazing comic conventions like San Diego Comic Con. In fact, fans of cons in the far Western hemisphere of the world may want to renew their passports and hop on a plane to experience what can only be described as astounding celebrations of pop-culture. These cons boast […]

Piggy – Saving Others After Being Saved

by Laura Cerroneon July 20, 2015
With so many comic books stocked on shelves nowadays, the lines between who is a hero and who is not gets blurred. And then there are those real life superheroes whose lives are immortalized on the page. In the case of a very lucky pup named Piggy, the saving started with his own rescue. Now that […]