Author: Joshua Stone


Wynonna Earp SDCC 2018 Press Roundtable Part 1: Oops, I Made Wynonna Cry

The Wynonna Earp train continues to roll on the SyFy channel, with season 3 having just begun the week of SDCC 2018, and then two big announcements at the SDCC panel that made Earpers (nickname given to the amazing fans of the show) scream for joy. Funko Pops will be coming in 2019, and SyFy […]

Focus on David Mack at SDCC: Inkpot, Jessica Jones, Autism, and Me

The panel kicked off with a well-deserved awarding of Comic-Con International's Inkpot Award to David Mack for his contributions to comics, television, film, and humanity. Next the panel moderator Wendy Browne from Women Write About Comics. kicked off the panel by showing a music video that Mack did for Amanda Palmer's song 'Pulp Fiction' that was […]

Wynonna Earp Renewed for Season 4, and Funko Pops on the Way [SDCC]

I will tell you right off the bat that I am an unabashed fan of Wynonna Earp, and this has been the case before the first episode ever aired. I enjoyed the original comic book by Beau Smith, and I got to see the first episodes before the show ever aired on SyFy, so I […]

Comics-Inspired Travel Tales, Recipes, and More in Full Bleed Vol. 2 from IDW [SDCC]

Ted Adams, Co-Founder and CEO of IDW, started the "IDW PDX: Full Bleed" panel off by explaining the creation of PDX, the newest IDW imprint responsible for publishing Full Bleed, the quarterly hardcover magazine from PDX. PDX is the airport code for Portland's airport, which Dirk Wood, then IDW VP of Marketing, would regularly fly […]

Jessica Jones Artist David Mack Wins Inkpot Award at His SDCC 2018 Panel

David Mack, artist known for his Jessica Jones/Alias cover artwork and co-creating Echo with Joe Quesada, received an Inkpot Award at his San Diego Comic-Con panel today. Mack is also known for his cover artwork to American Gods and Fight Club, as well as his concept work for Captain America: The Winter Soldier. He also has written for Marvel's Daredevil and is the writer of Kabuki, a comic […]

DC: The New MAD Magazine SDCC Panel

With a history dating back to its founding by Harvey Kurtzman and William Gaines in 1952, MAD has released over 500 issues, countless reprint specials, original paperbacks, and has featured art and humor from some of the greatest artists and writers to ever take part of the medium, from Wally Wood, Jack Davis, Will Elder, […]

The Mark, Sergio, Stan, and Maybe Tom Show SDCC Panel

So I will get to the question that everyone is asking, did Groo colorist Tom Luth attend the panel. The answer, sadly is no, but that didn't stop a full room of people from having grand old time listening to Groo The Wanderer artist Sergio Aragones, writer Mark Evanier, and letterer Stan Sakai (Usagi Yojimbo) […]

IDW Artist's Edition: Jim Lee, Jack Kirby, and More at #WonderCon 2018

Joshua Stone writes from WonderCon 2018: One of my favorite things that has happened in comics in the last 10 years is the creation of the Artist's Edition books by IDW. Allowing the reader the opportunity to own and look at in person the highest quality scans of some of the most important original comic […]

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3 Days of Doctor Who: Gallifrey One Cosplay Photos

This past weekend, the 29th Annual Gallifrey One materialized into the Los Angeles Marriott. It remains North America's largest and longest-running Doctor Who convention. It regularly hosts the top collective lineup of Whovian celebrity guests to be found anywhere: Steven Moffat, Sylvester McCoy, Matt Lucas, and many more. Among the thousands of attendees, it was […]

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Lucifer, Superman, and BBQ: A Night with Tom Ellis and Tom Welling

Joshua Stone writes: About a month ago, I received email with the subject being "Lucifer – Tom Welling and Tom Ellis". This was either spam targeting nerds interested in a very specific television show, or an email that was proposing some nerd fun for yours truly. Thankfully, it was the latter of the two. And so […]


Wynonna Earp Interviews: The Show And Cast Are Full Of Surprises

I am happy to say I've been on the Wynonna Earp bandwagon since the very beginning. At SDCC this year, I added even more wonderful Wynonna Earp experiences, including attending a party with the cast, crew, and fans. I also went to the panel, where the entire room exploded with joy when they announced that there […]


The Cast Of SpongeBob SquarePants Discusses Why The Show Speaks To Autistic Kids

Sometimes you go into an interview expecting one thing and you end up with something completely different. This is what happened at SDCC this year when I interviewed the cast of SpongeBob SquarePants. The Saturday morning of SDCC, I sat down with Tom Kenny (SpongeBob), Clancy Brown (Mr. Krabs), Rodger Bumpass (Squidward), and Mr. Lawrence […]

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Family Fun At The LEGO Scooby Doo! Blowout Beach Bash SDCC Panel

Sunday is family programming day at SDCC every year, so what better way to kick it off than to attend the LEGO Scooby Doo! Blowout Beach Bash panel and watch the movie with my 12-year-old son? The movie features Scooby and the Gang in their second direct-to-video Lego movie release. The movie finds the Scooby […]