Posts Tagged by comic books
|August 14, 2016||Posted by Wes Hazard under Uncategorized|
Boston Comic Con is an incredible 3 day celebration of comics, sci-fi, cosplay, and all things in the realm of Geekdom. This year in the run up to the festivities I got to team up with the fine folks at CBS and Chevy to host a multi-part web series “The Secret Worlds of Boston Comic Con”. It’s been super fun talking to artists, comic shop owners, the keeper’s of MIT’s secret sic-fi library, and a whole bunch of other cool individuals. i hope you enjoy the series as much as I’ve enjoyed hosting it. Check out the whole thing HERE!
|September 16, 2015||Posted by Wes Hazard under Uncategorized|
UM…I can’t draw for sh#t. I’ve known this since at least 1st grade. Anyone who knows me knows this. I have no illusions. BUT…Somehow, I got invited to be part of the ridiculously entertaining Sketch Fighter competition at the 2015 edition of Boston Comic Con. For the uninitiated: teams of 1 standup comic and 1 professional comic artists are teamed against each other with each team member taking turns drawing a comics-related item/character/scene. Their team member must then guess what it is and the first person to guess the correct answer wins the round.
The crowd was live, the prompts were awesome, and the artists and comics really brought it with their respective talents.
That said, I CANNOT draw, thank God I’m funny…sometimes.
|November 4, 2013||Posted by Wes Hazard under Uncategorized|
They said it couldn’t be done.
But they were wrong. You CAN create an entire show around a single episode of a TV show that aired 20 years ago, and, by God I mean to do it! And I’d love to see you there!
On November 12, 1993 our lives were changed. On that fateful night Family Matters’ Steve Urkel (worldwide undisputed King of Nerds) drank his “Cool Juice” and for the first time unleashed Stefan Urquelle, The Superlative Sultan of Suave.
Join us we pay tribute to the 20th anniversary of that iconic episode with a hilarious & reflective evening of stand-up, sketch, comedic lecture, trivia & more! We’ll be celebrating the show, Urkel, and his alter ego, all while examining such issues as Black identity, Black nerdom/geekdom, and the perception of race in pop culture.
The evening will include all of that AND it’s being held inside just about the coolest comic book shop any true nerd could hope for!!!
Ticket Link (Just $5!)