Mike Sosnowski at Comic-Con

I met Mike at Haunt X in February. He’s a really nice (although somewhat shy) and very talented artist. I found his work compelling and am working on an interview with him for the October issue of The Genre Traveler. Anyway, I just found out that he’ll be at Comic-Con in San Diego next month. […]

The Genre Traveler Rents DVDs through iLet You

Well, due to my back injury I finally watched all 14 movies that I got through the William Shatner DVD club (it’ll be missed). Anyway, I rarely watch most of my DVD collection more than once, so when I learned that I could rent my DVD collection through a new service called iLetYou.com, I had […]

Anticipation Builds for Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage at Disneyland

If you live on the West Coast of the U.S., particularly Southern California, you may have seen the commercials. Two kids are swimming in a small pool when something catches their eye. The dive and find themselves in a ocean with characters from Disney/Pixar’s hit movie Finding Nemo (one of my favorite films, BTW). It’s […]

Worldcon Poll Results

Because I just opened a new poll on The Genre Traveler‘s Yahoo! Groups page to help decide which charity would get the funds raised from The 1st Annual Genre Traveler Photo Contest which launched yesterday, I closed out the poll that’s been up since I started back in 2005. Here are the results: The question […]

Can Geordi LaForge Be Far Behind?

This weekend I received an interesting newsletter in the mail called Artificial Retina News. It says its “the first issue of a newsletter about the Artificial Retina Project of the U.S. Department of Energy.” One sidebar discusses the engineering of “The Bionic Eye.” The plan is to create a devise that “consists of a tiny […]