Join Tyler and amazing guests Sandra Dimas, Matt Dunford, Vito Lapiccola, and Don Nguyen who talk about favorite Comic Con memories, thoughts on Comic@Home, and what they look forward to in the future!
Note: Apologies for this episode coming out late and we hope you really enjoy this episode!
The Story Geeks
Are you a geek? Do you love diving deep into your favorite geek stories? The Story Geeks podcast
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About San Diego Comic Fest:
The San Diego Comic Fest is the friendly comic convention with a casual atmosphere and an intimate scale that allows fans to mingle directly with professionals and exhibitors. It’s the place where you can indulge your love of comics, science fiction, and films, and meet an outstanding array of professional creators without high-priced tickets, crowding, or long lines.
At the San Diego Comic Fest you’ll find an extensive and eclectic program with things for every fan to enjoy. As you would expect of a comic con, there will be panel discussions; guest programs; an artist alley; tabletop gaming; cosplay; steampunk; an exhibitor hall full of your favorite comics, books, toys, and collectibles; and much, much, more. All of this takes place in a relaxed setting that enables fans and professionals to hang out and enjoy good times talking about comics, science fiction, films, animation, and all the other things that fans love.
So Fast So Furious
Dominic Toretto lives his life 1/4 mile at a time, so we’re watching the F&F
movies 1/4 hour at a time, then talking about it in agonizing detail!
Don Nguyen is a UCLA alum and Los Angeles-based freelance illustrator. He runs a daily sketchblog called “Nguyening It!” that follows the course of his career and development as an artist since leaving the RAND Corporation. He has done commercial illustration, sculpture work, storyboarding, character designs, concept work, comics, and is probably best known for needle-felting a Star Wars AT-AT (as seen on BoingBoing.net under his etsy moniker “famished”) and basket-weaving a Sherman Tank that sat atop a grass cube as part of a collaboration for the old Sunset Boulevard Art Park. In addition to Siren’s Song, Don just released his mini-comic The Adventures of Jupiter the Space Pug, his first sketchbook and is currently working on a couple creator-owned projects.