I’m so excited about Denver Comic Con this year. In addition to some of the amazing guests and panels (Alan Tudyk? DC Comics? Jewel Staite? Karen Gillan? Scott Morrissey? And that’s just naming a few), I also have some truly exciting interviews lined up that I cannot WAIT to share with you guys. While I’ll be blogging about my time at the con, you can also keep up with my con-ventures in real-time by following me on Twitter, @Kendall_Ashley, following me on Instagram, and by following my hashtag #KenAtTheCon. I’ll also be trying out something new this time around, by make Vines periodically through the con. So if you want to see
me wrestle with some new, unwieldy social networking technology some video updates of the con, follow me on Vine. We’ll see how my endeavors into using new (to me, anyway) technology goes. Hopefully it’s more than just this…
Of course if you are in the Denver area, be sure to buy yourself some tickets. Move quickly though. It looks like the 3-day and Saturday passes are sold out.
And, if you are so inclined. Check out Pop Culture Classroom. Denver Comic Con is an education program of PCC with nearly 400 hours of educational programming and 9,000 sq. ft. of convention floor dedicated to the Pop Culture Laboratory, an area designed to engage kids in S.T.E.A.M. educational activities, and spotlight the PCC program and its students and graduates. Further, it provides educational, youth-based programming and fun activities for our younger attendees and their families, and allows young creators to work directly with professionals from the comic book and animation industries as well as other creative professions. These guys are doing some amazing things, finding new and creative ways to teach and empower kids, and could always use your support.
Will you be at Denver Comic Con? Let me know in the comments!