I’ve decided that I deserve to buy 1 or 3 items this year at SDCC. After seeing what BBC America is bringing it looks like I’ll have to bring some extra cash for my Sherlock, Doctor Who and Orphan Black love!! I can get a Red Dalek (heck my name is Cherry) or wear my fandom with a t-shirt! So many great choices! Here are the items that I want to bring home ….
I must admit to a major weakness for Daleks and Cybermen despite dreaming of being a Doctor or at the least a companion! I wonder if they will have anything with my personal favorite ‘Martha Jones’! Since it’s the final season of Orphan Black am thinking will pick up a Funko of one of the girls!
What would you pick up from the booth?
Posted in Geek Fun, Geek Gift, geek tv, San Diego Comic Con Tagged with: BBC America, Cosplay, Cybermen, Dalek, doctor who, Funko, Orphan Black, Pride Month, Rainbow, San Diego Comic Con, SDCC, Sherlock, Tardis
The only thing that can get me camping is Dirty Dancing! I have been planning to have fun with Street Food Cinema this summer but this special night celebrating the 30th Anniversary of Dirty Dancing sounds like such fun that I’m ready to put my dancing shoes on. So am making plans and inviting friends to meet out at the King Gillette Ranch in Malibu on Saturday, July15th (King Gillette Ranch – 26800 Mulholland Hwy. Malibu, CA 91302).
Its two fun day of fun from dance lessons to the movie to breakfast the next day! I feel a need to cosplay with a ‘don’t put baby in the corner’ cute outfit.
3:30 pm – Check-in opens.
4:30pm – Dance Lessons begin.
6:30 pm – Band performs.
8:30 pm – Movie starts.
10:30 pm – Outdoor Lounge, Kellerman’s Karaoke and other post-movie activities open.
11:30pm – Midnight Hike begins.
Sunday, July 16th
8:00 am – Catered breakfast opens.
2:00 pm – Check-out.
If you aren’t in Los Angeles they have fun events in San Diego & Phoenix .. can I say ROAD TRIP! Leave a comment below what you want to see!
About: Street Food Cinema, the ultimate movie experience evolves into an unforgettable camping experience right in the middle of the Santa Monica Mountains, just above Malibu. This summer night retreat brings to life the classic elements of everyone’s beloved favorite with Kellerman’s summer resort including dance lessons with Johnny Castle, karaoke, and watermelons. It’s the summer of 1963 for Baby and Johnny, but we met them in the 80’s, so get ready for a 60’s/80’s decade mashup during this themed overnight experience (Sunday breakfast included).
Posted in Film, Geek Fun, Los Angeles, Movie Tagged with: Boys Night Out, camp in movie, Camping, Cosplay, dance lessons, Date Night, Dirty Dancing, drive in, Fun with Friends, Girls Night Out, Karaoke, King Gillette Ranch, Lost Boys, Malibu, Street Food Cinema
Come get your geek on with Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con
I have to say I LOVE STLACC it’s such fun and is just full of fans who want just be in the room with our comic book god Stan Lee! I’ve gone every years and have such fun with fanboys and fangirls of all ages. I love the Stan Lee and his friends always have special exhibits of personal collections.
They organize events from all ages and since it’s Halloween weekend they always have a costume party for kids!
So come and support our own local home grown comic con!
It’s here – the time of the year you’ve been waiting for! 3-Day Multipass Badges to Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con are on sale NOW!
|The 3-day Multipass is yours for a limited pre-sale price of only $70 dollars – that’s a savings of $10 dollars! This is your opportunity to take advantage of the lowest price you’ll see this year for the 3-day Multipass.
|FREE AUTOGRAPH PROGRAM
For the third straight year, we are proud to offer a VERY LIMITED number of 3-day badges that include a FREE autograph*! Our innovative autograph program helps provide the quintessential Con experience while also keeping money in YOUR pocket to spend with our vendors. Warning, though: these badges will sell out fast.
|ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY COMES TO L.A. COMIC CON
This year, L.A. Comic Con announces America’s leading pop culture magazine ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY as our Official Media Partner, which means more talent and must-see panels. Attendees will get a one-year subscription to EW included with the purchase of every badge!
|WE’RE STILL BRINGING THE FUN
This year, we’re continuing our excellent programming! Every badge will get you access to:
- The 3rd annual Cosplay National Championship
- The Annual Halloween Cosplay Ball on Saturday Night
- Nerd Fest, the nerd showcase of L.A.’s best LIVE nerdy improv, comedy, musical acts and more! Scheduled to perform: Doctor Who Live, Blackhaven, The Corps Dance Crew, Comic-Con The Musical, & many more!
- The revamped Tabletop Gaming Hall, featuring Magic tournaments, miniature painting, open gaming, demos, and more, brought to you in partnership with Emerald Knights!
- The Kid’s Halloween Costume Contest on Sunday
- L.A.’s Ultimate Trick-or-Treat, the best, safest, FREE indoor trick-or-treat in L.A. on Sunday
- The Prop Making National Championship
- The Makeup National Championship
- Geek Fest and the Geek Fest Awards, showcasing the best fan films and shorts from across the country!
- And of course…Shopping, Celebrity Autographs and Photographs, over 200 panels and so much more!
So what’re ya waitin’ fer? Head over to L..A. Comic Con’s official website (http://www.stanleeslacomiccon.com/) and lock down your advance tickets now!
Look for more emails between now and the show announcing special guests, artists, features and attractions!
*Free autograph good for participating talent, to be announced at the show. Not all celebrities participate, and quantities for celebrities who do participate are limited. Autograph bar codes must be redeemed on-site. Free autographs do not guarantee a specific person’s autograph.
Posted in Geek Fun Tagged with: Cosplay, DTLA, Geek Fun, halloween, LA Convention Center, Stan Lee, Stan Lee's L.A. Comic Con
Don’t despair if you didn’t get a ticket to see the premier of Rogue One at the TLC Chinese Theatre
Thanks to Legion M launch of ‘Legion Does Good’ initiative partnering with LiningUp.net for the opening Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Rebels and Empire fans can buy tickets to see Rogue One at the TLC Chinese Theatre to help raise money for the Starlight Children’s Foundation!
Legion M Launches “Legion Does Good” Initiative Partnering with LiningUp.net for the Opening of ROGUEONE: A STAR WARS STORY
Fans can purchase tickets to Rogue One at the TCL Chinese Theater through the Legion M website to help raise money for the Starlight Children’s Foundation. Legion M wants cosplayers to start arriving by 2pm for photo opportunities.
Legion M is giving away 3 pairs of tickets to deserving Star Wars fans. Know any Star Wars super fans who can’t afford to buy tickets to our Rogue One screening at the TCL Chinese Theater but really deserve to be there? If so, just tell us in a brief email why you or someone you know might be worthy. Email tonight (December 11th) for consideration to Damian@theLegionM.com (Transportation/Parking not included)
Legion M, the world’s first fan-owned entertainment company, launches its “Legion Does Good” initiative this holiday season. Legion M and LiningUp.Net have joined forces to fill the TCL Chinese Theater with super-fans on Thursday, December 15th for the 7:00 p.m.opening night screening of ROGUE ONE: A Star Wars Story to benefit the Starlight Children’s Foundation. This worthwhile charity brightens the lives of seriously ill children across the US and Puerto Rico by funding pediatric hospitals’ and clinics’ critical needs. Starlight supports over 27 million visits each year, transforming the lives of millions of children through exceptional health care services. Starlight Children’s Foundation was LiningUp.Net’s charity partner in 1999, 2002, 2005, and 2015, and Legion M is thrilled to partner with LiningUp.Net and Starlight Children’s Foundation to help raise funds for Starlight’s vital mission.
In-Person: 7pm, Thursday December 15th at the Chinese Theater.
In-Person: TCL Chinese Theatre
6925 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90028
In 1999, 2002, and 2005, devoted fans stood outside of Hollywood’s Chinese Theatre for weeks – waiting eagerly for the next installment of the fabled Star Wars saga, and gathering in force to celebrate the next piece of cinematic history. Since 1977, lining up has been a hallmark of the Star Wars experience. LiningUp.net – the organizers of the enormously successful Star Wars prequel lines – once again stood in line in 2015, this time for Star Wars: The Force Awakens and raised money for their long-time charity partner, Starlight Children’s Foundation.
About Starlight Children’s Foundation
Each year, more than 30 million children in the US suffer from a critical, chronic or terminal illness. Many of these kids experience long hospital stays, painful medical treatments and sometimes a scary and uncertain future. Starlight turns pain, fear and stress into laughter, fun and joy – because a sick kid is still a kid at heart. Starlight partners with world-class brands and companies, charitable foundations, socially aware groups and organizations and philanthropic individuals to bring entertainment, education and innovative technology to sick kids through their nationwide network of community partners.
About Legion M
Legion M is the world’s first FAN-OWNED entertainment studio. We work with top tier Hollywood creators to develop and monetize content together with FANS. With Legion M, FANS own the company, FANS get behind the scenes, and if we are successful-FANS share the rewards! Founded by Silicon Valley-based Paul Scanlan and Jeff Annison, the Emmy-winning team behind MobiTV (the guys who first brought you live streaming TV for your phone), Legion M is the first entertainment-based, equity crowdfunded company in history to use the JOBS Act to gain over 3000 investors and $1+M in investment. Legion M’s mission is to empower creators to push boundaries and empower Fans to be a part of the content they love. Join us at TheLegionM.com.
Posted in Geek Fun, Los Angeles, Movie Tagged with: Cosplay, Deathstar, Empire, Geek Fun, Hollywood, Jedi, Legion M, LiningUp, Rogue One, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Star Wars, Starlight Children's Foundation, Stormtroopers, TLC Chinese Theatre
Am SOOO excited to see Taboo’s collection of geekiness tomorrow! What’s on your must see list for Stan Lee’s L.A. Comic Con this weekend at the convention center?????
|LET’S GET IT STARTED!
Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas is coming to LA Comic Con! Taboo will be bringing the debut of Taboo’s Toy Museum, a collection of valuable and collectible toys from the 70’s and 80’s. Come say hi and take a peek at highlights from his own personal collection!
|THEY’LL BE AT L.A. COMIC CON… Mostly!
We have Aliens galore! Come say hi to Lance Henriksen, Michael Biehn, Jenette Goldstein and Mark Rolston as they unveil the convention premiere of the Aliens Power Loader and Xenomorph! They’ll be holed up Saturday and Sunday at the Hollywood Sci-Fi Museum.We have Aliens galore! Come say hi to Lance Henriksen, Michael Biehn, Jenette Goldstein and Mark Rolston as they unveil the convention premiere of the Aliens Power Loader and Xenomorph! They’ll be holed up Saturday and Sunday at the Hollywood Sci-Fi Museum.
| THINK YOU CAN CREATE A TV SHOW?
Our friends at Legion M will be on hand all weekend, taking elevator pitches — the best one could be made into a real television series! Bring your best ideas and pitch it…but you only have the length of an elevator ride to do it!
| THINK YOU SHOULD BE ON A TV SHOW?
Think you have a rare collectible? Want to find out what you’ve got? Then bring it on Sunday to the SyFy Con Stars booth, and maybe you can make it on to the show…and discover what you’ve really got!
|IMPORTANT SHOW INFORMATION!
Pick up your badge early! A ticket gets you a badge, a badge gets you in the door! We are working hard to make sure we can process tickets as fast as possible, but you can never go wrong with arriving early! You can pick up your badge any time during badge redemption hours.
- Friday badge redemption starts at 9am, and the show opens at 5pm. Friday is shopping only. This is the best time to get your shopping done and grab your exclusives! You should also check out Club Comic Con if you are 21 and older with DJ RUFIO (Yes, from Hook, in his costume)! You can get your tickets HERE.
- Saturday Badge redemption starts at 7am. Show doors open at 9am and the show goes until 6pm. Don’t forget all Saturday and 3-day badge holders who are 18+ get in to our Cosplay Ball at Club Novo at LA Live after the show! So come convention all day and party all night!
- Sunday Badge redemption starts at 9am. Show doors opens at 10am and goes till 4pm. The Ultimate Kids Trick-or-Treat will start at 1:30pm. All exhibitors in booths will have candy and fun stuff to give out to the kids! The Kid’s Costume Contest, sponsored by Disney’s MOANA, starts at 12:30 pm on the Hot Topic Main Stage. Any child 12 and under can enter, sign up is at 11:00to the right of the Main Stage. SPACE IS VERY LIMITED.
Read our Survival Guide HERE. The Survival guide is your key to all the info on Stan Lee’s LA Comic Con. Serisously read it and thank us later.
Grab a progam guide! We have free program guides avaliable in the Lobby of South Hall with cover art by Camilla De’Errico. Have her sign it at A26. Program guides have floor plan and panel info. However some changes and new additions have been made so Download the ALLCal app for all the updates or see our website as well.
Autograph and Photograph Schedule! Get prices and signing/photo schedule for all our guests HERE. We try to get prices for everyone but if their price isn’t listed just go to their booth or table for price info
Panels! We have some MIND blowing panels this year! Plan your show and check for any updates or new additions HERE
PARKING! LA Convention Center has a lot of parking and there is PLENTY of other lots close by as well. We always suggest carpooling with friends to avoid parking fees. If you can take the TRAIN, The PICO stop off the EXPO and BLUE LINE stops RIGHT across the street from the LACC and it’s super cheap.
AN IMPORTANT NOTE TO ALL SUNDAY ATTENDEES! Sunday morning is also the LOS ANGELES ROCK N’ ROLL MARATHON in Downtown L.A. Street closures and detours will be in effect — plan accordingly, and come early!
Posted in Comic Con, culture, festival, Geek Fun, geek tv, Los Angeles Tagged with: Comikaze, Convention Life, Cosplay, DTLA, Geek Life, Jenette Goldstein, Lance Henriksen, Legion M, Los Angeles Convention Center, Mark Rolston, Michael Biehn, nerd, Stan Lee, Stan Lee's L.A. Comic Con, Taboo!
Well I’m a geek and do consider myself pretty stylish. I strongly suspect her friend feels comfortable in her style and isn’t sure on how to incorporate geek style into average daily life and is likely not a great shopper in general so has her favorite outfits that she wears all the time. As much as I love steampunk most of it isn’t appropriate to wear to the average office. So I disagree with Mallory on how to deal with her friend who doesn’t dress appropriately for various situations. I recommend a couple of options.
Casual fashion intervention
The first one is take her shopping with you and while at the store pick out some items she can add to her wardrobe that would look nice. ‘Oh this would look SOO cute on you try it on’. Now if she’s resistant to shopping or going to the mall than that might be an issue as to why she has a few outfits that she’s likely gotten at a convention or from a geek site.
Cosplay at work
The second is that I love your style but that it’s not work appropriate so it’s standing between you and success aka more money to be able to fund her geek lifestyle. Going to cons and buying stuff is expensive so money is appealing. If she wants to wear her cosplay at work she’ll have to change it up a bit and do more of the steampunk suits (menswear style) or if she’s in a business casual office a jacket over the t-shirts or simple skirt or pants and just use what management wears as a jumping off point to style more in her comfort zone.
I suspect your friend needs a big push not a nudge to start to incorporate her geek style into a wardrobe that will fit in a variety of situations from work, to dating, to formal events and just socializing with friends. Since you can wear a Star Wars style dress to a wedding (as long as it’s not Princess Leia’s white gown) that would look great. I love the dress but it was a simple draped grecian gown. I’ve always found that a lot of people look at fashion and clothes as modern armor that protects them and she’s found what she likes and just needs some help with figuring out how to incorporate her style.
Not everyone is a born shopper or enjoys going to the mall and if you do please give your friend a hand with navigating ‘grown up’ fashion.
My roommate is a beautiful soul. Her wardrobe, not so much. She wears cheap, often tacky dresses (most of them with a “geeky” theme like Star Wars, Dr. Who, etc) all the time. Many of them are full-length ball gowns with petticoats underneath. Her employers appreciate her hard work and dedication, but I’ve noticed they never take her very seriously and she’s never been put in charge of the department she was trained to take over. I adore her geekiness and think style is personal and subjective, but I know not everyone else sees it that way. Her last boyfriend ended things after she wore an R2-D2 gown to his sister’s black-tie wedding, even after he begged to buy her a new dress. She rarely gets a second date. I have tried getting her to try on other clothes, but she seems uninterested. I think it’s entirely possible the outfits are a shield for her insecurity. I believe there is someone out there who will love her the way she is, but part of me wonders whether it’s time to sit her down and be honest because it’s holding her back professionally and romantically and she doesn’t seem to understand why. I’m worried I’ll lose my friend. Should I butt out or speak up?
I know my answer should be something about how your roommate has the right to be her geekiest and most authentic self at all times, but I agree that floor-length Dr. Who–themed gowns are not always the appropriate choice for weddings or the workplace. That said, I’m not sure you’re best situated to talk to her about her fashion sense. You say her last boyfriend ended things because of what she wore to a wedding, so presumably she’s aware that her sartorial choices are off-putting to some—I don’t know what you could say to her that’s more effective than “You wore an R2-D2–themed dress, so we’re breaking up.” When it comes to work, your theory that her clothes are keeping her from being named director of her department is just that: a theory. You’ve already tried encouraging her to try other outfits and she’s refused to take the bait. It’s up to her employers to say something if they want her to dress differently at work, and it’s up to your roommate to find romantic partners who like her style. Despite your claim to love her sci-fi bent, I suspect you don’t like (and are perhaps embarrassed by) your roommate’s clothes and are looking for a justifiable excuse to call an intervention. You don’t have one.
Posted in Geek Fun, San Diego Comic Con, shopping Tagged with: Advice column, Cosplay, Dear Prudence, Fashion advice, Geek advice, Star Wars, Steampunk
“Star Trek is an iconic pop culture phenomena whose storylines pushed gender and racial boundaries. For its 50th anniversary, we celebrate each of Star Trek’s powerful women in a transcending, transformational makeup collection.” – James Gager, M∙A∙C Senior Vice President/Group Creative Director
You know I had to rep my beloved Spock aka Leonard
Nimoy with the announcement of the latest Geek MAC Collection!
I’m so excited that part of the 50th anniversary is new makeup line celebrating Star Trek and the Prime Directive. Any Trekkie worth their salt is salivating over the collection that embraces all Star Trek from the Uhura to Seven of Nine (Borg) and all the beauty in between of all colors. I’m of course talking about the Orion Slave Girl (the green chick) in the original series who popped up in the movie sassy, funny and sexy as hell!
The 25 piece collection includes lipstick, lipglass, pressed pigment eyeshadow and studio nail lacquer that will incorporate the Star Fleet insignia and 50th (time passes so quick with my geek love Star Trek). This exclusive collection will be available September 2016 but if your attending San Diego Comic Con or are in the area they will have an EXCLUSIVE PRESALE M∙A∙C Gaslamp, Thursday, July 21st (while supplies last). This will be one hot collection for makeup and geek fans so it will be beam off the shelf (tee tee a little Star Trek humor) and displayed! I know I’ll be in line to pick up a set and will be on the lookout for my own sexy cosplay Spock guy to test out my new lipglass dressed as Uhura (the original or new movies .. tough choice). Will you buy one set or all 25 pieces? Leave a note below and tell me which one you plan to choose!
Posted in Comic Con, Geek Fun, geek tv Tagged with: 50th Anniversary, beauty, Borg, Captain Kirk, Captain Picard, Collection, Comic-Con, Cosplay, Deana Troi, fashion, insignia, Leonard Nimoy, lipglass, lipstick, MAC, MAC Star Trek, MACStarTrek, makeup, Orion, Orion Slave Girl, pressed pigment eyeshadow, Prime Director, Seven of Nine, Spock, Star Fleet, Star Trek, Star Trek the next Generation, Starship Enterprise, studio nail lacquer, Style, Uhura
I’ve gone to the dark side for the Star Wars Half Marathon on January 17th in Anaheim next weekend and am sharked that I’m all about Darth Vader! If you plan to do the run next weekend make sure that you check out the REVISED RunDisney rules as far as cosplay goes because (I’m sad to say) no super fun costumes this year . So to stay on the safe side I will not be going as a Jedi or as Endor (no Ewoks for YOU) and had looked at some running pants that were printed but I’m frugal so didn’t want to spend too much money for items that would be too distracting at the gym. I decided going all black would be a good compromise to my not being able to wear Jedi robes. I am a bit curious about rather anyone will try to wear a full outfit but I won’t take a chance. I am very disappointed since a big part of the fun is seeing all of the other fans dress up in cosplay as you run or walk (or in my case) around Disney in the dark with all the rides lit up. It’s quite the sight and is enough to make anyone’s tiny little grinch heart grow three times as you walk around the park!
What are you doing to comply with the new rules? Let me know!
Star Wars Mini Talking Plush – Darth Vader $7.99
Darth Vader Hat $9.99
Eloquii Black Sequin Criss Cross Sweatshirt
Women’s Plus Size Leisure Legging Pants Black-Ava & Viv $17.99
Posted in Geek Fun, Geek Travel, Los Angeles, shopping, Workout Tagged with: Anaheim, Ava & Viv, Cosplay, Darth Vader, Disney, Disneyland, Eloquii, Empire Strikes Back, Geek, Grinch, Half marathon, Jedi, Jogger, Legging, marathon, Mini Talking Plush, nerd, Pants, Plush, Return of the Jedi, Shopping, Star Wars, Sweatshirt, target, the Empire, the force awakens, Toy
If you want to give a fun unique gift to impress the geek in your life you can never go wrong with a pass to any number of conventions in the USA. Depending on rather it’s a local convention that is all about Anime, Doctor Who, Supernatural, Steampunk or (the original) Comic Books you can find one that a fan will be delighted to attend. Now I do not recommend promising a high profile ticket (for example) San Diego Comic Con (unless you want to try for 2017) but you should have no problem grabbing passes for the following (once they go on sale):
New York Comic Con
Walker Stalker Con
Gaslight Gathering (Steampunk)
Emerald City Comic Con
Wizard World Comic Con – Chicago
Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo
Supernatural Official Convention
Rose City Comic Con
Star Wars Celebration
St. Valentine’s Day Horror Con – C4
Star Trek Official Convention
E3 – Electronic Entertainment Expo
Indiecade – International Festival of Independent Games
Texas Comic Con
Gallifrey One (Dr. Who)
Senshi Con (Anchorage, AK)
Tokyo Comic Con
These are a few that I personally attend are on my list to checkout with a variety of prices and don’t forget if it’s out of town make a hotel reservation early so that your close to all the action. As you can see some are regional and others are one themed but they are all a blast where you can be yourself either dressing in cosplay or wearing a beloved tshirt with people who ‘know’ or just finally getting to meet the cast and crew of beloved tv/movies surrounded by other fans.
Posted in Comic Con, Geek Fun, Gift Ideas, Los Angeles Tagged with: Alaska, Animate Expo, Animation, anime, Baltic, birthday, Christmas, Cosplay, Dr. Who, DragonCon, E3, Emerald City Comic Con, Gallifrey One, Gaslight Gathering, Geek Gift, Geek Travel, Gift Ideas, Holiday Gift Ideas, horror, Indiecade, New York Comic Con, Rose City Comic Con, Science Fiction, Sensei Con, Stalkercon, Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo, Star Trek Official Convention, Star Wars Celebration, Supernatural Official Convention, Texas Comic Con, Tokyo Comic Con, Walker Stalker Con, Walkers, Wizard World Comic Con, Wondercon, Zombies
TICKETS TO GO ON SALE 6/20 AT NOON FOR SPECIAL CONCERT BY MOMOIRO CLOVER Z FEATURING KISS
Tickets for this show will go on sale at NOON on Saturday, June 20th and can be purchased here. So let’s welcome Clover Z (MCZ) a cool Japanese band that is going to debut a special concert at the Microsoft Theatre at LA Live at 8pm on Thursday, July 2nd. This special show will have KISS co-founders Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley introduce the band. They collaborated with Clover Z at the Tokyo Dome in March.
Tickets will only be Available Only to Badge Holders for the 2015 Anime Expo, which will be held July 2-5 At the LA Convention Center. The Anime Expo is presenting the special MCZ/KISS Concert July 2nd for the weekend full of cosplay, animation, manga and all things geek fun!
Preview YouTube video KISS and Momoriro Clover Z Live 3/3/2015 KISS vs ももいろクローバーZ at 東京ドーム 夢の浮世に咲いてみな
KISS and Momoriro Clover Z Live 3/3/2015 KISS vs ももいろクローバーZ at 東京ドーム 夢の浮世に咲いてみな
Who is Momoiro Clover Z?
Posted in Animated, Comic Con, Geek Fun, Geek Travel, Los Angeles Tagged with: Anime Expo, Clover Z, Comic-Con, Concert, Cosplay, DTLA, Geek, Gene Simmons, Girl Band, Japan, July 4th, Kiss, LA Live, Los Angeles, Manga, MCZ, Microsoft, Music, Paul Stanley, Tokyo