Took a lap down at Gold Rush Days at the Olmsted County Fairgrounds. The only two things I was in the market for were Video Games and Comics. Plenty of comics available…very few video game offerings. Here are some pics I snapped while walking around this morning.
Here is the somewhat anticipated Hugh Howey comic adaptation of “Wool.”
Wool is a apocolyptic future where humans have been forced underground into “silo’s” to live. “Silo’s” are for all intensive purposes vertical cities protruding into the earth. For those of you who haven’t read the series it’s a science fiction series on Amazon, with a very decent price point if you don’t mind e-books. It’s a great read, we’ll now see how the comic book series does.
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Saturday as folks were enjoying San Diego Comic-Con, a letter made its way through the press from Salt Lake ComicCon concerning a cease and desist letter they received from SDCC concerning their use of the word “Comic-Con.” San Diego Comic-Con, or Comic-Con International as they’re going by now, trademarked the term in 2005.
Here’s a link to the letter SLCC received from SDCC’s law firm of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP. And here’s a copy of the press release that Salt Lake Comic Con sent out.
San Diego Comic-Con International vs. Salt Lake Comic Con
– San Diego Comic-Con International sends cease and desist order siting intellectual property infringement for use of name of “Comic Con” –
SALT LAKE CITY, – On Friday, July 25, 2014 Salt Lake Comic Con (http://saltlakecomiccon.com/) organizers received a cease and desist order from San Diego…
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