STOP THE PRESSES
Stop the Presses...2016 Geneva Steam Convention is a success!
As stated on their website, "Pop Culture Headquarters – Is an official – full up and running professional media web page that will contain exclusive interviews with comic book creators and entertainment celebrities. Along with top quality reporting and blogs from well-practiced writers, we only report on the best of the Pop Culture World. With up to the minute pop culture news, products, movies, TV shows, comic book industry and comic book news!! We also promote what we as fans think will be the next big thing in pop culture! If they are not already on your Pop Cult radar we will spotlight it!"
Please click on the photo above to see their share on GSC16! For more on this media outlet, please visit www.popculthq.com
From their website, "For the fourth year in a row, Project-Nerd is hitting the convention and festival scenes to bring you all the coverage we can. Along with introducing our Project-Nerd Publishing division to the shows, we also plan to continue to cover events with great cosplay floor galleries, exclusive shoots, panel coverage and participation, interviews, and additional write-ups and reviews."
Take a look at what they got from their visit to GSC16 by clicking the picture above. If you want to know more please visit their website at http://project-nerd.com.
"Comicbooked.com mission: To build a community for comic book lovers to read about and discuss the current happenings and story lines. To build a place to showcase comic book writers, artists, and anyone else who needs their break into the industry. At the same time, deliver the best exclusive articles and news around."
Please click picture above to see what they have on GSC16. If you'd like to see more about them, please go to http://www.comicbooked.com.
Reel Life TV
"Videos that cut deep into the Lake Geneva vibe
With thought provoking documentaries as well as our quirky series 'Underground Lake Geneva'. "
Reel Life TV was onsite to join us for the fun. Click on the image to see the video of GSC16. To view more of their work please visit: http://www.reellifetv.net/