When Jim Henson passed away over 20 years ago, the creator left a legacy like no other. His hit show Sesame Street continues to educate kids all over the world. The Muppets, another one of his creations, has endured and just recently made it back into the spotlight, thanks to their recent hit movie. Even the Dark Crystal, though a dud when it came out, is now a cult classic. Henson fever remains alive and well, which is probably why Archaia has decided to published Tale of Sand, a lost screenplay from Henson himself.
The Photo Parade for last weekend’s New York Comic-Con continues with the Sunday edition.
For any other convention, Sunday would be the slowest of all the convention days, but not at this Con, where the final day is Kid’s Day. And at this time, it’s just as busy as any other day and these pics prove it.
As usual, if you see yourself in any of these photos, give a shout out!
During last weekend’s New York Comic-Con, Geeks of Doom got a chance to chat with Ashley Eckstein, star of the Star Wars: The Clone Wars television series and founder of Her-universe, a line of merchandise geared towards female sci-fan fans.
Eckstein took some time out of her busy schedule to give us some one-on-one screen time to discuss the creation of Her-Universe and the future of the company, which includes a deal with Disney Parks, as well as how she fared on a certain old school game show. She also dished on what’s happening in Season 4 of Clone Wars and what’s going on with her character.