CNET heads to San Diego for Comic-Con, America's pre-eminent entertainment geekfest.
Crave writer Amanda Kooser puts on a scarf, warms up her sonic screwdriver, and hits the Albuquerque Comic Expo to check out the Incredible Hulk and herds of cosplayers.
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Everyone from R2-D2 to "Star Trek" red shirts roamed the halls at the Albuquerque Comic Expo 2014.
The Crave crew is caught up in the games we play, from cosplaying at cons to the big games in Brazil. We'll discuss all of it in the CraveCast today at noon Pacific.
For their new song, Neko Case and Kelly Hogan stare into the silvery future of geek culture -- as "designed by teenage guys" -- and offer a more female-friendly vision of what's to come.
Her Universe, purveyor of sci-fi stuff for women, will choose 30 contestants to compete on the Comic-Con catwalk for a chance to co-design a retail fashion collection.
This week on the CNET Tech Review: Comic-Con mainstay Joss Whedon talks "The Avengers" and the future of Buffy; how to get more out of OS X Lion; and the best--and perhaps only--smartphone for Nextel that's worth buying.
CNET descends on San Diego for Comic-Con, the massive annual show that has become the epicenter of geek culture, bringing together sci-fi and fantasy movies, TV shows, games, toys, and--oh yeah--comic books.
Comics, movies, games, toys, TV, and hot chicks in skimpy costumes. Comic Con is pretty much geek heaven