For eight years, the annual Sci-Fi & Fantasy Weekender has delivered a packed weekend of entertainment, guests, films and partying (reviewed here). Now they are turning metropolitan and bringing their sci-fi festival to Sheffield, the City of Steel, for Sci-Fi Weekender in the City. All the fun, fandom, and vibrant experience of the legendary Weekender […]
One of the highlights of the MCM Birmingham Comic Con is always the diverse costumes worn by the talented cosplayers that attend. The sheer breadth of costumes range from faithful recreations of those worn on screen to imaginative re-envisioning of iconic characters.
Last weekend, Peter Ray Allison ventured to Birmingham for two days of sci-fi geekery and cosplay for the iconic MCM Birmingham Comic Con.
A few years back Improper Books published the first part of the Porcelain saga: Porcelain – A Gothic Fairytale. The story continued in Bone China and (not soon enough) the third part will be released. Porcelain: Ivory Tower won’t hit the shelves until the summer of 2017, however a free preview became available for fans […]
Good news for the fans of web comic Breaks by Emma Vieceli and Malin Rydén. The first volume is going to be published by Soaring Penguin Press in the latter part of 2017. The popular comic, that has been running as a weekly segment from 2014 to 2016 tells the coming of age story of […]
With a preview of Kuruz: One by One set to be debuted at MCM London at the end of the month, here at Geek Pride we thought we’d do a little review on the story so far to whet your appetites for the next volume. From the get go, Sonesh Joshi’s first volume of […]
The new Eisenhorn comic, Eisenhorn: Xenos, from Pixelhero Games and GW and published by TPub, is a preview to the new game, setting the stage for the adventure you'll play when you start.
Soaring Penguin Press will publish in the later part of 2017, Boum’s A Small Revolution. The original text La petite revolution was published in 2012, in French and is currently available in on the author’s page. I had a look and I definitely liked what I saw. For those that do not speak French (shame […]
The second part of my journey takes me to the magnificent Convention Centre Dublin on the banks of the Liffey; a strikingly modern building affectionately known to the locals as “the tube in the cube.” This 8000 capacity venue was brimming with nerds from all fandoms the like never really seen in Ireland before, a […]
Back in 2007 I attended my first Comic Book Convention in Ireland. It was a rather underwhelming experience truth be told. I spent the greater part of the day trying the find the venue on the rain and windswept shores of Dublin Bay. After what seemed like an eternity I walked in to the modest […]