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Comics, action figures, and tons of lego bricks were abundant at the Memphis Comic and Fantasy convention. From November 15-17, the Memphis Comic and Fantasy convention convened at the Hilton of Memphis. Discussions about Harry Potter, Dr. Who, steampunk, and superheroes were held in conference rooms on the first floor lobby of the hotel. Cosplayers flocked and fluttered around the convention, striking poses for pictures and goofing off with one another.  


 
 
Here on Nerd News Memphis, we are doing something different. Instead of a TV show with characters I like, I'd like to discuss a podcast with characters I like. Podcasts have become a new form of media. This media let's artists, journalists, radio personalities, and many others use the expansiveness of the internet to reach larger audiences. One podcast in particular has caught the attention of thousands of internet surfers: Welcome to Nightvale. Set in the fictitious desert town of Nightvale, WTNV is a faux radio show hosted by smooth voiced and omnipotent Cecil Baldwin. Cecil talks about the on-goings of his beloved town, Nightvale, which is like if the Twilight Zone was eaten by Cthulu. Cecil Baldwin is my favorite radio host, who doesn't actually exist, who is as sweet as he is frightening.    

 
 
Hey, look at that, another photo-a-day challenge! GeekClicks is going to show some insight into my daily life. Sometimes it might be related to the actual blog, sometimes it won't. But, at least, it'll be funny. Every Wednesday, I'll post the photos from the previous week and put it all into a slideshow for all to see. Enjoy it, ya'll!
 
 
“We are the Crystal Gems. We always save the day. And if you think we can't we'll always find a way!”

Today, it is a triple threat of awesome. Steven Universe is a cartoon on Cartoon Network that premiered Nov. 4 of this year. It is a story about a boy, Steven, with a gem in his belly and, with the help of three magical girls, they save the day from certain destruction.

The three lovely ladies of Steven Universe are all my favorite characters: Garnet, Pearl, and Amethyst. Rebecca Sugar, creator of Steven Universe, really made a hit with these three characters. Read on to find out why they are A+ material.  


 
 
Hey, look at that, another photo-a-day challenge! GeekClicks is going to show some insight into my daily life. Sometimes it might be related to the actual blog, sometimes it won't. But, at least, it'll be funny. Every Wednesday, I'll post the photos from the previous week and put it all into a slideshow for all to see. Enjoy it, ya'll!