Welcome back to another episode of A Critical Moment of Awesome, where Dave the Drummer and Francis the Other Guy continue to tackle the heavy hitting topics. It’s all about a clock that’s just a clock, the Long Beach Comic Con, altruism found amongst Cosplayers and the Marvel Report, being Square, and washing your hands. It’s somehow all pop culture related. It’s all that and so much more, on this episode of Crit Mo.
Welcome to Back When We Were Interesting, where we talk about the stories and the experiences that make us and you, interesting. This week, Francis and Josh talk about the connections and relationships made via the interwebs. A little about how we all met – Back When – How chance meetings evolve into bigger things. It’s all that and much more on this week’s Back When Podcast.
With each new convention, I am finding myself becoming more and more a connoisseur of the comic con scene. Each location offers something unique to it’s venue, and with each event, I grow as an attendee. For those confused by that comment, I go to conventions as Press for my outlets the Points of Interest Podcast Network and The Geekly Planet. Now, let’s begin this venture through the Long Beach Comic Con.
We’ve finally made it to the 200th episode of A Critical Moment of Awesome, the podcast where it’s all about pop culture and unpopular culture. Dave the Drummer and Francis the Other Guy spend the majority of the episode talking about the famous Fat Shaming video, breaking it down, what it means about the internet, and how important people’s points of view are. We tackle the pitfalls of the internet, the controversies that plague the world, and how everyione is wrong. It’s all that and so much more, on this episode of Crit Mo.
Welcome to Back When We Were Interesting, where we talk about the stories and the experiences that make us and you, interesting. This episode, Shelley Rossell, Josh Hawkes, and Francis Fernandez talk about the things that hipsters are bringing back, that we had when we were younger. From vinyl to typewriters, mopeds to man buns, we discover what a hipster is, and why some of us, like their style. It’s all that and much more on this week’s Back When Podcast.
Conventions are on fleek nowadays, which may mean that they’re on Kim Kardashian’s butt or something, I forget, but they are the thing for the mainstream public to do if they want to keep on top of pop culture. They’ve been “must do” events for the last five years, and they continue to grow in popularity. The San Diego Comic Con alone is a spectacle of people, news, reveals, and geekdom that can barely be contained in the cities Gaslamp district. It is then, no surprise, that the smaller conventions are getting some recognition, and that celebrities are taking notice.