Closing out SDCC with Once More With Feeling screening and a special guest.
You see them sprinkled in a fan crowds everywhere, these ugly-but-cute orange-and-red woolen ear flap hats, even in the heat of summer. The Jayne Hat was where I lost my knitting virginity, and now having knitted about a dozen of them myself as charity items and gifts, I can attest to its heat-retaining warmth, having
While Comic Con is known for the crowds, costumes and craziness, the core programming of the five day holiday-from-real-life live quietly in the meeting halls where the working folk of the all-media pop world share their experiences and expertise in writing, production, drawing, as well as the legal arena of comic books and intellectual property. In that mix is the “after-market” world of successful franchises, whether it is movies or television. One of those avenues is comics.
We got the chance to interview the cast of Fringe at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con including: Anna Torv (Olivia Dunham), Joshua Jackson (Peter Bishop), John Noble (Walter Bishop), Lance Reddick (Phillip Broyles), Jasika Nicole (Astrid Farnsworth) and J.H. Wyman (Executive Producer). Be sure to catch the final season of Fringe on FOX this fall.