Posts in category "Interviews"

Etsy Artist Spotlight: House of Darkly

The House of Darkly Table at C2E2
As an artist with a small craft business, I’m always intrigued by other artists who take their craft and turn it into a full-time job. I thought some of their stories would be great to feature on my blog. While searching the internet for cute handmade items, I stumbled upon this completely adorable plush black... Read more »

Interview with 'Power Rangers' actor Jason Narvy

Many Power Rangers fans know Jason Narvy as half of the show’s comic relief team “Bulk & Skull.” I’ve had the pleasure of meeting him in 2007 at the first official Power Morphicon in Los Angeles, and again more recently at Chicago Comic Con this year. Meeting him in Chicago was great, and Jason said... Read more »

Interview with Chicago area web comic artist and writer Gordon McAlpin

Gordon McAlpin (Photo Courtesy: Charlene Epple) Gordon McAlpin is a Chicago-area artist who writes and illustrates the web comic Multiplex. The web comic follows a young group of employees that work in a movie theater, located in an unnamed Chicago suburb. The web comic is published twice-weekly, and it’s a humorous glimpse into to the... Read more »
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Interview with Top Model & cosplayer Adrianne Curry

(Courtesy askmen.com) Some people may know Adrianne Curry as the first winner of America’s Next Top Model, or all around reality show pro. When I had the opportunity to speak to her, I only wanted to talk about the nerd stuff. Adrianne is a long time Star Wars fan, a World of Warcraft gamer, and... Read more »

Interview with Transformers voice actor Mark Ryan

This weekend, I had the pleasure of speaking with the talented British actor and stuntman, Mark Ryan. He’s recently known for his work on the Transformers films. Mark serves as the on set voice actor for all the robots during filming. In addition, he provided the on screen voice for Bumblebee in the 2007 Transformers... Read more »

John Schneider Interview: Jonathan Kent returns for final season of Smallville

Smallville’s Jonathan Kent is possibly one of the best TV dads around. Superman’s values of “truth, justice, and the American way” are a direct result of his upbringing on the Kent Farm. The Kents were caring people with strong morals, family was the most important thing to them, and they always chose to do the right... Read more »
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Interview with Babylon 5 actress Julie Caitlin Brown

Interview with Babylon 5 actress Julie Caitlin Brown
Over the weekend I attended Cyphan, a first year sci-fi/fantasy convention in Wheeling. While strolling the dealers room, I ran into actress Julie Caitlin Brown, who was just the nicest person ever. We started talking about my blog, sci-fi, technology, and somehow it turned into an interview! Thank goodness for having my audio recorder on me.... Read more »

Meeting Iconic Comic Illustrator Alex Ross

Alex Ross painting of Tom Welling and Christopher Reeve Working at a TV station can be pretty awesome. There are always guests who come in and out of WGN for interviews. I work upstairs from the studio, so I never get to see anyone famous. When one of my co-workers mentioned some comic artist was... Read more »

Cosplay Photoshoot with Lesson 5 Photography

Recently, my boyfriend and I had the opportunity to do a cosplay photoshoot with Lesson 5 Photography in our Green Arrow and Speedy costumes. We were outside the McCormick Place in the loading dock area, which set the perfect scene for a couple of crime fighters like ourselves. Rich Johannsen (Lesson 5 Photography) The man... Read more »
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Propworx: Bringing Hollywood costumes and props to fans

Propworx is the premier auction house for Hollywood studios. They create auction events that give hardcore fans an opportunity to own actual screen used pieces from their favorite show or film. Propworx came out to Chicago during C2E2 for the first Iron Man auction. This was a live auction conducted both in person at the... Read more »