San Diego Comic-Con bringing together all facets of Geek Culture is once again canceled due to the ongoing pandemic. This spring’s sister event, WonderCon in Anaheim, CA is also canceled. Refund information is available at the link below. SDCC will again host a series of Comic-Con At Home events in November, and WonderCon will have a similar online replacement, but this is a big loss for the community. We’ll bring you more updates on the new events and online happenings as we get them.
I have always fancied myself as unique and quirky, to quote Winona Ryder in the blockbuster movie Beetlejuice: “I myself am strange and unusual”. My penchant for things out of the ordinary led me to an ensemble opulent in all things strange and unusual, Hellzapoppin Circus Sideshow Review.Continue reading
Ghost Cult invaded New York Comic Con for the first time ever this year and it was, in a word a spectacle. It was a feast for the senses, except the olfactory. The only downside to the entire weekend besides the swarm of people like squiddies in The Matrix was the smell. The smell of movie theater butter popcorn, no doubt delights most people like a childhood memory burned on the brain. To me, it is vomit inducing in mass quantities and there was not one corner of the Javits Center that was not baked in this smell. Other than that is was a perfect combination of geeks, artists, and Cos-players and superfans. Comic-Con is vast and exhilarating. It’s incredible and a little scary to be honest. It was amazing overall. Continue reading
Here at Ghost Cult we have grieved the loss of our dear friend and photographer Melina Dellamarggio of Melina D Photography who passed on August 19th. A public memorial has now been announced at the Marquee Theater in Tempe, AZ where Melina had done some of her finest work, creating images, loved by many.Continue reading