Everyone is playing Pokemon go.
I should have been hyping this up more than I have, but I’ve been busy. Anyway, I’m here to say that I will be at Fancon all weekend with Milo Wildcat, co-writer and artist for our comic Grim! This is the first book that I’ve worked on that’s become an actual book, so I’m pretty chuffed. Come and be chuffed with me this weekend at Fancon in Cape Town! Also buy our stuff.
Big Hero 6 won’t win any awards for ingenuity, but it’s definitely a very fun movie to watch.
Here’s to three years of awesome cosplay!
Can’t help but be a bit jealous of Jung Gi Kim. This guy’s art is great!
My second ever review for Geek Ink was McFarlane’s Merle Dixon figure. Now it’s time for part two of the act: Merle’s younger brother, Daryl. Played by Norman Reedus, Daryl was created for the TV show, never appearing in the original comics (although occasionally you hear mumbles that he might make an appearance at some point). He rapidly became a fan favourite and a figure was released in the very first series of 5” Walking Dead figures. Sadly, it was marred by an awkward pose and the almost non-existent articulation that characterized the early figures. This didn’t stop it selling out almost immediately, pushing its price through the roof on the secondary market. I wasn’t able to get one, and actually I’m fine with that, because Daryl Dixon 2.0 is a fantastic figure, superior in every way to the first one.