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Cosplay Spotlight: Timothy R. Harrison

Tim Harrison of HDC Cosplay and Fabrication is a long time cosplayer, propmaster and all-around tech geek. Reptile (AKA Laird of Cosplay) had the opportunity to corner to him for an interview... PopCultHQ: Tim, thank you for being my Cosplay guest today. Let me start by saying all your cosplays I have

PopCultHQ Comic Book Review: GFT: STEAMPUNK – ALICE IN WONDERLAND #1 from Zenescope

PopCultHQ received a preview copy of 'Grimm Fairy Tales Steampunk: Alice in Wonderland' #1 from Zenescope Entertainment. Hitting retailers on New Comic Book Day, Wednesday, February 8th, this one-shot is written by Ryan Fassett, drawn by Noah Salonga and Fritz Casas, colored by Robby Bevard and Erick Arciniega, and lettered by Taylor

New Comic Book Day: This Week’s Must-Have Indie New Releases (2/8) #NCBD

New Comic Book Day, this coming Wednesday (2/8), has some great new releases, debuts, and variants galore. PopCultHQ has compiled a list of new releases from indie publishers that we think are must-reads and ones to watch! Our top picks this week are from Action Lab Entertainment, Action Lab: Danger Zone, AfterShock Comics, Aspen

The Songbird Pistol of Frères Rochat

This beautiful songbird pistol is a rare automaton from around 1815 and was created by Frères Rochat. In appearance it is a finely worked cavalry pistol covered in jewels, perhaps carried by a dandy onto the field of battle as a show piece. This stunning piece is incapable of firing a round and was never designed as a weapon.

PopCultHQ’s Comic Book Review – “Legends of Oz: Tik-Tok and the Kalidah” #1 by Aspen Comics/Big Dog Ink (Out 4/20/16)

PopCultHQ received an advance copy of Legends of Oz: Tik-Tok and the Kalidah #1 by Aspen Comics' Big Dog Ink imprint which arrives in stores this Wednesday, April 20th. The creative team for this new series features writing from Rob Anderson, interior artist Renato Rei, and colorist Ceci de la Cruz. Here is

May’s List of Upcoming Comic Conventions

We do monthly lists so we can go through and check out which cons are actually happening and which ones have cancelled or had issues. Every month we find a few that have cancelled or had other issues and we don’t want you to be stuck in a situation because of them. We want you to have the best convention experience possible.

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