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WonderCon here we come!

I believe that I’ve written this before but WonderCon has a very special place in my heart.  Back four years ago it was at this show (in San Francisco) that we officially launched Kill Shakespeare – doing some signings, meeting with media, and sitting on a panel. Four years, three volumes (with a fourth on […]

A Video of Anthony from WonderCon

A little video that Lyz “Lyzard” Reblin took of me a week ago at WonderCon…

Sunny photos from cloudy Anaheim…

WonderCon 2012 just finished yesterday (Sun, Mar 18/12) and I still haven’t wound down from how much fun the event in Anaheim was.  As mentioned in an earlier blog post, we launched the first issue of Kill Shakespeare two years ago in San Francisco at the event and it was great to come back to […]

All Things Fangirl Interview!

While at the IDW booth at WonderCon last Sunday we were accosted by some females looking to kill Shakespeare… They asked us impromptu questions about the series and recorded the interview on their exception Flip camera.  The quality is pretty good… and so now we’re looking to purchase one for ourselves. The interview was a […]

The Geek Girls Will Love Us…

One of the best interviews we had at WonderCon was with Kate Kotler from Geek Girl on the Street, a really fun and informative website skewed towards, of course, females.  Kate (and her team) were a lot of fun to hang out with and exchange jokes and barbs.  There’s gotta be a way we can […]

WonderCon Interview with Cammy’s Comic-Con Corner

Our first interview at WonderCon was with Cam from Cammy’s Comic Corner.  It was a lot of fun and got everything off to a great start!  Take a look at how we started to get our stories to jive…

Kill Shakespeare in San Francisco!

Conor, Andy B and I are heading off to San Francisco tomorrow (Wednesday) to take part in this year’s WonderCon.  At the show we will be officially launching the series and doing some signings.  We are also overseeing a panel discussion on Sunday, with the following information: What Would Shakespeare Do? With both epic and […]