75 Years of Archie Comics: Betty & Veronica, American Girls

75 Years of Archie Comics: Betty & Veronica, American Girls by Jennifer Susannah Devore To me, Betty and Veronica symbolize something that is so right about America, where two girls from completely different backgrounds can find each other and become the best of friends. -Johnathan Goldwater, co-founder/publisher Archie Comics Veronica [Read More…]

SDCC 2015 Savvy: Quality Shoes, Good Manners and MySchedule App

If you’ve been suffering through San Diego’s muggy, monsoonal vestiges this past week (Gracias, Hurricane Carlos), have patience; the discomfort is nearing its end. Although, today doled out some Virginia-style, late-afternoon, wicked summer thunderstorms. Of course, it’s actually been better along the water, kids: currently 79 at Lindbergh Field with [Read More…]

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Let The Gates of Geekhalla Open: SDCC 2014 Commences

Aaaaaaand … awaytheygo! San Diego Comic-Con 2014 (July 24-27, 2014, San Diego Convention Ctr.) is officially commenced! Preview Night, Wednesday night’s unofficial kickoff for industry pros, press and others, has come and gone, and whilst crowds may not have peaked to the expected numbers for Friday and Saturday, the crush inside [Read More…]

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Bongo and Jeepers, Kids! Danger-prone Daphne Heads to SDCC 2K13

Cheers, kittens! If you’ll kindly check your calendars, you’ll see it’s summertime and if you regularly follow the scribblings and adventures of Dr. Lucy Devereaux and Moi, you’ll know summer here in sunny San Diego means just one thing: San Diego Comic-Con! Summertime lists of entertainment alternatives for the geeky [Read More…]