This past Anime Expo, I had a chance to pick up my copy of Project Bazooka by photographer Eric Ng. This really is a beautiful book. - 156 pages with 175 photos - plus commentary by Eric about his thoughts and process.
I’ve posted a few photos of the book to give you an idea of how it is and you can get it here.
It’s a common occurrence: I tell a friend I’m going to San Diego Comic-Con and receive the reply, “Oh, yeah. I went to the one in Philly.” Or New York, or Chicago, or Cleveland or any of dozens of other cities. It’s awkward explaining that yes, you went to acomic con, but not what is generally consideredthecomic con: Comic-Con International: San Diego, otherwise known as San Diego Comic-Con or simply SDCC.
The organization that runs the annual convention in San Diego for fans of comic books, movies, TV, and all things pop culture has taken legal action to clarify the confusion, at least in regard to one fan convention. A lawyer representing Comic-Con International: San Diego has sent a cease-and-desist letter to organizers of Salt Lake Comic Con over their use of “Comic Con” in the name of the Utah convention, according to anAssociated Press report. The issue may ultimately hinge on the difference — if any — between “comic-con” and “comic con.” (More on that pesky hyphen shortly.)
I applaud Shades on Productions for bringing something different to the table with their CMV (Cosplay Music Video) from LFCC (London Film & Comic Con). Check it out !