This past weekend was my first time at the Baltimore Comic-Con since 2002, and wow, has this show ever come into its own! Sure, New York and San Diego had movie and tv stars –and those shows certainly basked in the reflected glow of Hollywood glamour as a result– but what the Baltimore Comic-Con has to offer is, in some respects, even more special: an honest-to-goodness, old-fashioned (and gloriously, unrepentantly so at that) comic book convention.
If you've been following our coverage of the show, you're already well aware of
Unlike their Marvel-ous competition, the DC crew arrived in Baltimore with a bunch of exclusive announcements in their back pocket. You've probably already read a few of those announcements in Dooley's coverage of yesterday's DC Nation panel, but this afternoon'
Being the first post-summer show, the Baltimore Comic-Con is at a bit of a disadvantage as it lands after the mega-shows of the summer and before the big retailer meetings of the fall. What this means is that while both of "the big two" establish a pres
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