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Sequart logoSmorgasbord #70: The Saga Awards, Featuring Saga!

It’s our post-SDCC special as Shawn and Tom take time out from reviews to discuss the metric ton of trailers, previews, announcements, panels and discussion that Comic-Con has wrought – from the very last Alan… [more]

CCILogo-R_LargeSan Diego Comic Con 2017: A Disgusting Display of Fan Abuse by Hollywood and the SDCC Staff

I have have been going to San Diego Comic Con for the past 9 years. I have never experienced the pre-Twilight years of Comic Con where the atmosphere was significantly less hostile and relatively less… [more]

14699985_10154552534255645_378303889_nRob Salkowitz on His Book, Comic-Con and the Business of Pop Culture, and the State of the Comic Convention Industry

Rob Salkowitz is a leading expert on the comic book industry and entertainment in general. Salkowitz regularly writes for Forbes (his profile is here) and ICv2 (you can find these articles here). After learning about… [more]

chucksdcc10The SDCC Experience: Interview with Mile High Comics’s Chuck Rozanski

Chuck Rozanski (pictured on the featured image on Sequart’s main page) is the owner of Mile High Comics who attends San Diego Comic Con as a vendor (along with other conventions). You can view Mile… [more]

Sequart logoSmorgasbord #48: Fall of the House of Warner

This is the post-SDCC world, and while most of the news have discussed to death, Shawn & Tom still want to talk a bit about the Eisners, some selected trailers, spin-offs for low-selling books, and… [more]

screen_shot_2016-05-24_at_12.31.24_pmStar Wars In May – Thoughts on the Anniversary of the Original Release

Yesterday fans all over the world recognized May 25 as one of the most important anniversaries in popular culture: the release of Star Wars on that day in 1977. This comes at the tail end… [more]

5 Group PhotoPop Hero Coalition Stands Up Against Bullying

Many, perhaps most, of the people attending Comic-Con have been the victims of bullying at one time in their life or another. iSafe Foundation reports that 52 percent of teens have been bullied on-line. 95-percent… [more]

Sequart logoSmorgasbord #23: Islands in the Sun

Our cups runneth over as Tom and Shawn discuss SDCC trailers and casting news, October Previews, and Marvel’s attempt to revive Franklin Delano Bluth. We also review the first issues of Power Up, Godzilla in… [more]

San Diego Comic-Con logoShe Makes Comics Wins Best Documentary at the Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival

Sequart is proud to announce that our film She Makes Comics won best documentary at the 2015 CCI Independent Film Festival! At the festival, which ran concurrently with the San Diego Comic-Con, She Makes Comics screened… [more]

Yoga-Hosers1A Big Night at SDCC

It was a busy night last night at SDCC, particularly in the famous Hall H. One of the highlights of this year’s event was always going to be the Star Wars panel, and JJ Abrams… [more]

rdj_sdccThis Year at SDCC, Buy a Comic!

It’s that time of year again, when people from the comics and entertainment industries gather in San Diego for four days of peace, love and music… Well, not precisely that. As someone who attended San… [more]

coverComic Con Discoveries Part 3: American History Z and Bob the Angry Flower

There’s no denying the power and popularity of zombie stories, even if I, and others including Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, can’t fully understand why. Obviously there’s the horror genre thrills, the sheer grotesque power… [more]

Top SecretComic Con Discoveries Part 2: Ghost Cop and the Works of Arthur Ball

Many of the comics I acquired at SDCC were true flukes. Both of the books here were simply handed to me by friendly, approachable creators who were happy to discuss the work and have it… [more]

aug120121Comic Con Discoveries Part 1: The Goon and The Guns of Shadow Valley

I picked up several comics at the recent San Diego Comic Con, so I’m having a look that them all as I get some good reading time. All of these comics are first-time reads for… [more]

photoMy First Comic Con

My first experience at San Diego Comic Con was almost overwhelming. And I mean that in a literal sense: there were many times when I felt an almost irresistible temptation to “take a knee” and… [more]

Sequart logoSequart Organization at San Diego Comic Con 2014

We’re excited to announce that Sequart will have quite a lot going on at this year’s San Diego Comic Con: We’ll be selling Sequart books and movies at our (very first!) SDCC small press table,… [more]

San Diego Comic-Con logoSequart’s 2013 San Diego Comic-Con Panel

Sequart is proud to announce its 2013 San Diego Comic-Con panel, Sequart: Advancing Comics as Art.

Scott PorterScott Porter on His Love of Image Comics

Scott Porter is best known as an actor from acclaimed series like Friday Night Lights and The Good Wife. But he’s also a big comics fan, particularly of Image Comics.

Christian Bale's camouflage TumblerA Brief Report from Comic-Con — with Movie Batmobiles

Here at Comic-Con, our Image Revolution panel seemed to go over well, and thanks to everyone who attended. Special thanks to Marc Silvestri, who was on the panel, for his tremendous support. Top Cow even included… [more]

San Diego Comic Con logoDiagram for Delinquents Update #23: We are Now Broadcasting Live from…

The San Diego Comic Con begins in three days. The comic con of comic cons. I so wish we could be there to bask in all the splendor of this most magnificent festival of comics,… [more]

San Diego Comic-Con 2012The Image Revolution at Comic-Con

If you’re going to be at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, be sure to stop by our panel about The Image Revolution, our forthcoming documentary film about Image Comics. On the panel will be director and… [more]

imagesA Fan’s Perspective: San Diego Comic Con 2006

In the mid 90s, I vowed never to return to the San Diego Comic Con because of the hours of waiting in line in the heat and the crowds. I decided to go this year… [more]