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Comic-Con 2017: My Top 5 Moments

After the battle that was the Badge buying Hunger Games and the day that was hotelpocalypse, I was lucky enough to get to experience the five days of absolute craziness and excitement that was San Diego Comic Con. From the lines to the exhibit floor to the panels, I’m going

Comic-Con 2017: Westworld Panel

Comic-Con 2017 Westworld Panel Patricia Morris Buckley - Sr. Staff Writer pmb@thetwocentscorp.com After an amazing first season, the cast and crew of Westworld has finished one week of shooting the second. But try to get plot points about the upcoming storyline out of them is near impossible. Instead, they wanted to talk about what a

Comic-Con 2017: Star Trek Discovery Press Conference

Comic-Con 2017 Star Trek Discovery Press Conference Patricia Morris Buckley - Sr. Staff Writer pmb@thetwocentscorp.com At the Star Trek: Discovery press conference, Rainn Wilson best expressed the wonder of being part of the Gene Roddenberry universe. “To go on the ship, to get to use a phaser, go to the transporter room and get transported

Comic-Con 2017: Lucifer Panel

Comic-Con 2017 Lucifer Panel Patricia Morris Buckley - Sr. Staff Writer pmb@thetwocentscorp.com There are going to be a whole lot of changes in Lucifer, which begins airing a new season Oct. 2. First of all, the production is relocating from Vancouver to LA. Huh? They’ve been doing a pretty good job of convincing me

Comic-Con 2017: Timeless Panel

Comic-Con 2017 Timeless Panel Patricia Morris Buckley - Sr. Staff Writer pmb@thetwocentscorp.com The Timeless panel didn’t even try to hide the fact that the show had been canceled and brought back. No, they embraced it. Then they thanked the audience over and over and over again. This is how producer Eric Kripke recalled how it

Comic-Con 2017: Battlestar Galactica Panel

Comic-Con 2017 Battlestar Galactica Panel Patricia Morris Buckley - Sr. Staff Writer pmb@thetwocentscorp.com It’s not clear who enjoyed the Battlestar Galactica reunion more, the audience in Ballroom 20 or the cast and crew. The panel swapped stories, compliments and memories. And even after eight years of the show being off the air, fans ate

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