The Thor Ragnarok trailer dropped this morning and it looks pretty awesome, per usual for Marvel. It does raise a lot of questions but I’m sure those will be answered with more trailers then of course with the release of the film.
The title says it all. WonderCon has returned to Anaheim, and this cosplayer is super excited. The food truck line is back and better then 2015, everyone gathering around the fountain to show off their cosplay’s and take group photos and the wide open floor layout for all vendors and artist. It was so good to be back in Anaheim for a convention, to be able to Disney bound throughout the weekend was great.
If you were unaware WonderCon had to be held at the LA Convention Center in 2016 due to construction in Anaheim. So all of us who attended WonderCon in 2016 where very familiar with the LA Convention Center due to Comikaze being held there just 5 months prior. For the amount of vendors, artists and cosplay booths that comic conventions have been building up over the years, having WonderCon in LA wasn’t the best place but we couldn’t just not have WonderCon right?
So as I have said before WonderCon is back in Anaheim and after speaking to a few people over the weekend they are just as happy with it as I am. I look forward to WonderCon next year and many more cons to come.
Kids will never know the satisfaction of putting a cassette in your stereo and waiting for your favorite song to come on, fingers anxiously waiting on the record button. A message to today’s children: mixes weren’t always made by iTunes based on MATH. We had to work for these.
Fixing Cassettes With Your Pen
So you’ve got your mix tape and you invite your friends over. You announce “Check out this new Naughty By Nature song I recorded from Hot 97,” only to press play and hear the worst possible noise. No, I’m not talking about the verse that Vinny raps (that’s some Naughty By Nature humor for you). The sound your stereo makes when it eats your tape. The only way to fix it? A pen and tons of patience