Comic-Con 2012: The Madness Begins

Hey everyone –

I’m about to head out to Comic-Con for the rest of the week so that means there won’t be a lot of posts on the site. I do have 2 great interviews that are set to post on Friday and a couple other things set-up in the pipeline but I just wanted to let you know to expect some very light posting the next couple of days.

That said, the annual weekend of madness is about to start and I’ll be interviewing some very cool people, watching some panels and hopefully meeting some of you if you are in San Diego! If you’re around, let me know!

– Lance

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