November was a return to what-passes-for-normal for the BoroughCrew. After the breakthrough month of October, we’ve returned to incrementally increasing our web presence and meeting new people face-to-face. We attended several other cons, routinized the process for spreading the posts here on our web site and reached into Pinterest, Tumblr and other social media platforms. We sat down with Creative One Comics for a freewheeling interview. And, all the while, we’ve been negotiating with actors, artists, writers, vendors and other stakeholders we think our attendees might want to meet.
And we kept posting stuff to Facebook that you looked at once or twice and shared. Here are the most popular from last month:
161 … And borscht after. The Russians made their own — pretty impressive! — superteam movie, for somewhere around $5 million. Source: GameSpot Universe.
183: Doctor Whoof. The Doctor regenerates as a corgi. It’s just so durn cute! Thank you, Mashable!
207: Sentence him to Azkaban. Wizard World is suing one of its celebrity bookers for allegedly frontrunning a million-dollar signed collectibles business, the New York Post reports.
230: Project Wight. This indie game puts you in the role of one of the last of a species on the verge of extinction. Credit: Now This.
235: We prefer novel graphics. NPR argues that we don’t need the term “graphic novel” anymore. ‘Monkey See’ columnist Glen Weldon makes some good points and would’ve made more but it’s Pledge Week.
329: Fantasy Tavern. I don’t know what to say about this except, “Wow”! I’ll buy a round of mead for anyone who can list every reference in this amazing piece of art. All I know about it is that it comes via a redditor who goes by Ridley X.