The Two Gay Geeks have a Halloween interview with Horror Filmmaker, Nick Hunt, whose film, Safe Place, will be released next Fall. We have our birthdays and of course our reader/listener feedback. In our second segment we talk about Bryan Fuller leaving Star Trek: Discovery, a new comic being released called Love is Love, to benefit the survivors of the Pulse Club tragedy, as well as a wrap-up of Phoenix Comicon Fan Fest and the Cottonwood Comic Book Show. As always we welcome your feedback, let us know what you think, good or bad we want to know.
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Phoenix Comicon May 25th – 28th, 2017. Yes, it has moved back to Memorial Day Weekend. Yay! Less PTO to take. Keep checking phoenixcomicon.com for info. Tickets and hotel booking information available mid to late November.
Verde Valley Comic Book Expo
Verde Valley Comic Book Expo April 1st, 2017. Details coming soon.Keep checking back.
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