COMIC-CON@HOME [Wrap-Up Show]: Stay Classy, San Diego…

Well, that was.. something. Comic-Con@Home was either a resounding success or unmitigated disaster, depending on how you look at it. Either way, the good folks at Comic-Con International (CCI) who run WonderCon and San Diego Comic-Con gave us.. something, and for that we feel deeply appreciative. So whether you've been hitting up SDCC for 2 …

TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES [Comic-Con@Home]: Shell-ebrating 30 Years!

Wise man say: “forgiveness is divine, but never pay full price for late pizza.” It has been 30 years since the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film (and really, let’s be honest, the best one) and Comic Con@Home decided to bring us, what I’m sure they thought was a cool idea, the producer Kim Dawson …

HBO MAX & CARTOON NETWORK STUDIOS [Comic-Con@Home]: Infinity Train.

The HBO Max and Cartoon Network Studios: Infinity Train panel is an interesting one. They chose to give you a peek into the writer’s room rather than having members of the voice cast involved. The panel consisted of writer/moderator Lindsay Katai, series creator Owen Dennis (also the voice of Sad-One), supervising producer Madeline Queripel, and …

MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS [Comic-Con@Home]: The Future Is Now.

Well, I gotta say, it is weird to watch these SDCC panels from home after being at so many of the actual conventions! But... at least they still happened. And the one I'm a bout to review is all about Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, specifically the comic titles being published by BOOM! Studios. The Comic-Con@Home …