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About doug

Doug is the author of the San Diego Comic-Con Survival Guide and is the founder of The Conmunity - the site that connects geek culture.

So How was San Diego Comic-Con 2014 for You?

Yep. Another San Diego Comic-Con has been added to the history books. Time to start planning for next year. (And I haven’t even completely unpacked yet!) Lots of good and a lot of bad came out of this year’s show, depending on who you were, where you were, and what you tried to accomplish. If you tried to get into Hall H, you stood in line for more than half a day to get inside (as I did on Friday night for Saturday’s programming), sleeping Continue reading →

4 Smaller Panels You Should Try if You’re Not Stuck in Hall H (+18 More!)

As I’ve noted in an earlier post, I’m helping the good people at cover San Diego Comic-Con 2014 this year. I just wanted to give you a bit of a heads up on a post I put together last night that focuses on some of the smaller panels at Comic-Con. Yeah, I’ll be lining up for Hall H like thousands of others, but I’m going to fight my hardest to get to a few different panels in the other rooms when I can. I Continue reading →

Get the SDCC Survival Guide at San Diego Comic-Con 2014!

Finally confirmed! My good pals at Ninth Circle Studios are giving me a bit of space on their table to sell copies of the San Diego Comic-Con Survival Guide! They sell the amazing indie time traveling cowboy action adventure yarn Guns A-Blazin’ and are just generally great folks to meet. Let me repeat: Get the SDCC Survival Guide print edition at booth #2107 at San Diego Comic-Con 2014! In fact, I highly encourage you to pick up their Comic-Con exclusive variant cover comic or one Continue reading →

5 Last Minute Things to Consider Before Comic-Con Begins

I know we’re down to the wire here, but I figured I’d throw in a few last minute things for you to remember while you’re making your way to San Diego, if you aren’t already there… KEEP IN CONTACT WITH SOCIAL MEDIA – I will be Tweeting and posting updates to Facebook as much as possible to answer questions or give you last minute tips on where you should go when things are announced throughout the week. If Google+ gave me a mobile smartphone app Continue reading →