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"I'm a collector of characters. We're a very interesting breed."
Doron Ofir, 41 — original casting director of more than 100 reality productions, from RuPaul's Drag Race t ... More >>
Shannon CottrellTitmouse animation panel at ComikazeSee more photos in Shannon Cottrell's slideshow, "Comikaze Expo 2011."
Jhonen Vasquez, creator of Johnny the Homicidal Maniac and Invader ZIM, is working with L.A.-based animation studio Titmouse on a few new projects. The catch is that he ... More >>
Darth Vader's branded coffee may not be organic and fair trade, but Rob Zombie's is. While the Sith Lord shills an African and Indonesian blend "hand roasted by Stormtroopers," the dark lord of metal offers a Peruvian blend and a dark French roast, both of them organic. Zombie also beats Vade ... More >>
Saturday morning at 11 a.m., Premiere Props will be hosting a massive prop and costume auction that will be broadcast live on its site. The centerpiece of the auction is the collection of items from Resident Evil: Afterlife, including what Dan Levine of Premiere described as "hero props," items that ... More >>
Billy MorrisonEditor's Note: For Angelenos, guitarist Billy Morrison is perhaps best known for his work with all-star cover band Camp Freddy, which also features core members Dave Navarro (guitar), Matt Sorum (drums), Donovan Leitch, Jr. (vocals), Chris Chaney (bass). Indie 103.1 fans no doub ... More >>
Shannon CottrellKerin Amit and Jennifer Salas, two fans who haven't had to pay for an autograph yet.For fans, part of the allure of heading down to a convention is having the chance to meet your favorite stars and perhaps snag a photo or have them sign a comic book or DVD for you. However, th ... More >>
Shannon CottrellTwilight protestors in line for Comic-Con's MasqueradeSaturday night, photographer Shannon Cottrell and I walked up and down the line to get inside Comic-Con's Masquerade, noticing a curious wave of screams. We wondered what was happening, followed the sound, and caught a youn ... More >>
If city traffic felt a bit lighter over the weekend there was a reason why -- a majority of Angelenos hightailed it to San Diego for the annual Comic-Con to indulge their inner geek, strap on that Storm Trooper costume, spend their savings on first editions, preview new video games and attend panels ... More >>