Posts Tagged ‘stan lee’

Thor Ragnarok: The End of the World is a Fun Ride

by Laura Cerroneon October 30, 2017
If you could get abs from laughing, you’d have a sixpack by the time you walked out of Marvel’s latest addition to their massive cinematic universe, Thor Ragnarok. Who knew the end of the world could be so much fun?   No spoilers in this review, we promise!   Director Taika Waititi pulls out the […]

The GCE Interview with Stan Lee (and Podcast!)

by Laura Cerroneon June 6, 2017
Awesome Con, the Washington D.C. comic convention running between June 16-18 this year, invited several members of the press to submit questions and listen in on a conversation with Stan Lee. Luckily for us, our editor Steph was one of these members. The conference call was set up where each member of the press listened […]

Become a Spider-Man Know-It-All in a Weekend

by Laura Cerroneon May 31, 2017
“100 Things Spider-Man Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die” lives up to its name where it is one of the most comprehensive compendiums of Spider-Man history, as well as adding in ways to become a more active fan. Mark Ginocchio knows his stuff. He has amassed one of the most impressive Spider-Man comic […]

New Book Explores the Psychology Connected to Captain America: Civil War

by Laura Cerroneon June 1, 2016
In the wake of consciousness between what is right and what is wrong due to Marvel’s blockbuster entry to the 2016 box office, Captain America: Civil War, fans, critics and everyone in between have weighed in on who is right and why. In Captain America vs. Iron Man: Freedom, Security, Psychology, these debates are all […]

Stan Lee’s 15 Best Marvel Movie Cameos

by Alanna Smithon December 28, 2015
For the last 15 years, Marvel has made a tradition of sneaking comic book creator Stan Lee into just about every Marvel-affiliated film. Fans love watching each film carefully, waiting for Stan The Man to make his appearance, and Stan no doubt enjoys being involved. From his background appearance in X-Men to his role as bartender in Ant-Man – wherever […]

WinterCon Year Two

by Laura Cerroneon December 7, 2015
Last year was the first year for local New York comic convention WinterCon, and I was in attendance for its inception focusing on comic creators and their independent work. WinterCon returned on December 5 and 6, bigger this year, and my focus zeroed in on how they managed their growth. Going from a one-day affair to […]

[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 […]

A Love Letter to New York: Superheroes in Gotham

by Laura Cerroneon October 7, 2015
When you think of New York, you think of its famous landmarks, the native accents, fast-paced, well-dressed, and a culture that cannot simply be replicated anywhere else. But would you think of comics? The New York Historical Society Museum & Library’s latest exhibit Superheroes in Gotham testifies to the culmination of New York City culture […]

NYT’s Bestseller Ta-Nehisi Coates to Pen Black Panther #1

by Laura Cerroneon September 23, 2015
Ta-Nehisi Coates is a household name in certain circles, and will soon be one in the comic book world. His writing repertoire includes The Village Voice, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, and many other esteemed papers. His latest venture is down a different path from his normal and insightful socio-political commentary about […]

Comics To Help You Forget The Fantastic Four Film

by EVAon August 21, 2015
The latest attempt at a Fantastic Four film has been something of a disaster. Panned by fans and critics alike, with all sorts of lurid rumours about the antics of director Josh Trank and just how much of the film had to be reshot, the film has tanked at the box office. What is it […]