It’s been a busy past couple of months. Between work and my brother’s wedding I haven’t had much time to sit and relax. But here, I’ve forced myself. First up, the picture that accompanies this post, that’s me at my brothers wedding. Well, in the bathroom taking a selfie. I really loved my look and […]

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Is the end nigh for superhero movies?
ant-man billboard

Director Steven Spielberg has been quite vocal in the past about the marketable quality of superhero movies. He’s back in the headlines saying the end is nigh for them,  that they will go the way of the Western, and I have to wonder about the accuracy of that statement as someone who is invested and […]

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No Summer Break

I thought I would take a few minutes from my busy Monday to relay on some happenings. All day today I’ve been editing articles, researching for my own and working on setting up interviews with some cool industry creators. There are so many things I want to do- for both my comic book sites and […]

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Writer Tip

As a writer I am constantly researching. If you looked through my Google history you would be appalled. And sometimes the subject matters writers research raise red flags. I’ve known peers and colleagues who have gotten a knock on their door from the FBI. The great thing about Google is it has a whole bunch […]

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As you see below I have posted a picture of my bio. This bio is taken from the Geek Chic Elite, where I have been contributing articles to for a few weeks now. Since NaNo has been over my mind has been teeming with article and story ideas. I look forward to writing and have […]

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My Avengers: Age of Ultron Trailer Review

This was written as a word vomit so please excuse the lack of structure. Watch the trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron here.   My thoughts as I can process them right now on the Avengers Age of Ultron trailer: – Opening crowd scene (where Ultron says ‘screaming’) looks like it’s taking place in France […]

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American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Bring Suicide Out of the Darkness! I am participating in the Bring Suicide Out of the Darkness Community Walk on Long Island on November 2! You can help me raise money for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention by donating and if you’re in the area also participate in the walk! Funds raised goes to […]

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Gerard Way at Irving Plaza

Gerard Way is now on his first solo tour (complimented by the/his band The Hormones). He is playing medium sized venues compared to the stadiums he and his former band My Chemical Romance once sold out. He has also been my role model, hero, and favorite musician since I was about 12 years old. I […]

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Weta Workshop at NYCC

I highlighted my experience with the Weta Workshop booth at New York Comic Con in my previous post, but I wanted to especially elaborate on the conversation I had. Since I did do a quick write-up on one of my other blogs, I’m pretty much going to re-write that here and just edit out the […]

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NYCC is upon us!

Today is the first day of New York Comic Con. I am attending tomorrow (Friday) through Sunday. But, in preparation for my long weekend of fun, I am checking off my lists to make sure it goes off without a hitch. One of these steps is taking a look at the New York Comic Con […]

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