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Comic-Con 2018

Although it’s set in a brutal near-future, CALEXIT is a comic book struggling to outpace the vicious present. more

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For as long as I can remember—or at least as long as I’ve lived in San Diego—I’ve been fascinated with Perry Vásquez’s fascination with comic books. more

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For non-badge holders, there are a ton of local breweries, art galleries, theaters, music venues and even libraries that have put together events for nerds of all stripes. more

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It’s something of an open secret that metalheads are also massive nerds. more

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Photo by Christian Villareal

Even if attending the actual Con isn’t in the cards, there are plenty of after-parties for readers to get their geek on. more

About Last Night

One of the fun things about Comic-Con every year is that it brings a lot of comic-, film-, video game- and nerd-friendly live music to San Diego. more

Notes from the Smoking Patio

Once again, the ass-end of summer is upon us and, alongside it, movies that cater to an audience that has developed a tolerance to spectacle. more

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Photos courtesy of Black Heroes Matter

Nerds of color aren’t unicorns by any means, but it’s entirely possible to spend SDCC without any real face time. more

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