By Tom Spurgeon
so Comic-Con International announced via e-mail that they're reserving the right to have security check the passes as people enter the hall -- including matching what's on the pass to a photo ID. That sounds like a potential tough move in terms of execution, so let's hope it's not done in an over-the-top way -- there's a good chance this is a "we can do this" legal protection move as opposed to a "we're going to do this" announcement.
By Tom Spurgeon here's a report in comics form on a comics convention in Glasgow. one thing I wondered after during last month's Comic-Con International is if there were any additional security measures on concerning who was allow... Read Post
By Tom Spurgeon the 2013 iteration of Geek Girl Con has announced for October 19-20. Specifically-focused cons are going to be all the thing in cons for the next five years, I'm telling you. HeroesCon is offering three-day passes ... Read Post
By Tom Spurgeon WonderCon continues to build its guest list in Brady Bunch increments. It might be fun to look at this round to round to see how a guest list is built for a show like that, although I'm not sure a lot of people have... Read Post