From the perspective of a fan, getting to be at this intimate 35-minute chat was everything I could have wanted. And, from a professional perspective, I couldn’t help but take away some valuable perspective on doing what you love from these actors. And what the Marvel universe has given them.
We just returned from the joyous madness of San Diego Comic-Con. For us, SDCC produced a number of personal and professional highlights. Perhaps our favorite part of the show, though, was our “How to be a Nerd for a Living” panel on Saturday, July 11th. We assembled six of our favorite podcast guests to discuss their careers and how they …
We talk Tony Kim, who blogs under the name Crazy4ComicCon. He’s been documenting and examining the San Diego experience for 10 years. His blog features one of the most comprehensive resources for advice and Comic-Con information. Tony’s work is a huge help for both regular attendees and enterprising nerds looking to network and advance their careers.
Just in time for this summer’s Comic-Con International, Nerd For A Living is thrilled to announce our first “Donut Meet-Up” & Portfolio Review. The evening of Friday, July 25th from 6:00-8:00pm, join us at downtown San Diego’s famous Donut Bar for professional discussion, nerdy camaraderie and delicious donut-y goodness – plus artist portfolio reviews by TeeFury!
For an exhibitor looking to promote a brand, product or service, though, the last thing you want is to blend into the (very colorful) scenery at San Diego Comic Con or any other convention or trade show. This is your opportunity to make an impact if you’re not afraid to take chances. “Go big or go home.”