Vos and Aayla Infiltrate San Diego Comic Con

SDCC Jedi
SDCC Jedi

This year was a great year for my family. My wife, kids, and I joined Saber Guild to put on our Clone Wars halftime show for the world famous Masquerade. Our Temple Prime joined with Jedi and Sith from San Francisco and New York to put on a MASSIVE show featuring over 30 fighting force wielders!!

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Come see The Urban Ninja and the EMC Monkeys at ReactorCon!!

Wanna come to a FREE one-day convention in SoCal?

Come check us out at ReactorCon on

November 24th, 2012 at Frank and Son at 19649 San Jose Ave, City of Industry, CA 91748.

Did I mention it’s free?

This is a free event filled with all kinds of awesomeness such as special guests, gaming tournaments, cosplay contests, fan film booths, and concerts. This is the first NerdReactor convention who is great for fans of video games, comics, anime, and cosplay. If that’s not enough to get you there then guess what?

The EMC Monkeys (and I)will be doing a live performance! Be sure to check out our performance between 2-3pm! We’ll also have a booth so come on down and get some shirts, patches, and stickers! (Don’t Forget to Like the Facebook Page and follow us on Twitter…… anybody use Google+?

Want to see Ninja skills in action? Want to see some badass Mandalorians? What about hot cosplay girls? Wanna meet Sid Haig?

Check out all the info at http://reactorcon.com/

Go like the Facebook page!!

Join the event invite!!

See you there!

Comic Con Achieved

For 20 years or so I had a dream. A 10 year old me would read Wolverine comics and Wizard magazines in the distant land of San Antonio, Texas awestruck by images and thoughts of a wonderful far off paradise called San Diego Comic Con. Although it’s changed quite a bit in the last 20 years (for one thing back then the main draw of Comic Con was actual comics) at it’s core it still retains the nerdgasm magic that made me want journey to this distant place so long ago. So here I am, a 31 year old man who finally got to go on this pilgrimage. A great friend of mine Lucas Culshaw called me up and invited me out and I jumped at the offer. Although he’s been going regularly for years we still both relish the opportunity for adventure so we jumped the trains and rode south. After battling ignorant train station employees, lazy anti-workout security guards, brain addled Skywalker drug dealers, and Retarded yellow attack bears, we arrived. As I set foot upon this hallowed ground the 10 year old inside me screamed in victory. From Star Wars to Ninja Turtles, from Cosplay to Artist’s Alley, every moment was well worth the journey. Here’s a few pics from my virgin visit and I hope to return again…. Because I still need to find some bad ass Mandalorians.