Pictures from MonstahXpo

By Jason Harris

Carnage.
Author Christopher Paniccia.
The Predator.
Chucky.
Tippi Hedren in The Birds.
Artist Jack Holder of Arcane Inkdustries.
Love craft P.I./Darkside Media.
Writer/Director/ Producer Johnny C.
Jim Dyer of Fenham Publishing.

Pictures from Northeast Comic Con 2021

By Jason Harris

Author Christopher Paniccia
Diane Salinger
Elsa and Anna
John Hammond (Zombie Leader)
Me with Marta Kristen
Illustrator Ken Wheaton
Loki
HB Comics
Batman and the Penguin
Author Scott M. Baker
Author Bret M. Her
Science Division

Pictures from Super Megafest 2021 Part 3

By Jason Harris

Velma Dinkley
The Dude
Bill Diamond
Serpentor with a Cobra soldier
A Ghostbuster
Author Dathan Belanger
The Power Rangers
Clarice Starling with Hannibal Lecter being rolled by a police officer
Author Tim Baird
Artist Scott Ethan Ambruson
Dreamkiller Cosplay

Pictures from Super Megafest 2021 Part 2

By Jason Harris

Deadpool
Loki
Bob Backlund
Vic Mignogna
Sam J. Jones
Men in Black
Ted Dibiase
Annie
Dickey Beer
Karyn Parsons
Author Brian R. Hall
Ted Dibiase Jr.
Charlene Amoia
Nicholle Tom
Maria Kanellis

Pictures from Super Megafest 2021 Part 1

by Jason Harris

Erika Anderson
Jim Dyer of Fenham Publishing
Tyler Mane
Harley Quinn
Gigi Edgley
Beatrice Boepple
Green Goblin
Alvin Alexis
Carl Kolchak and Supreme Mexican Vampire
Queen Santanico Pandamonium
Tony Atlas
Lisa Wilcox
The Mandalorian and Grogu
Kayla Rossi
Danny Hassel
Michael Myers
Aileen Quinn
Artist John Hebert
Taimak
Whit Hertford

Pictures from Terrificon 2021

Carnage against Burlap Sam
Michael Rooker answering a question at his Q&A.
The Scarlet Witch
Mary Poppins
Granny and Ariel
The Joker
Freddy Krueger
Johnny
Ladybug
A Jawa and Belle
Red Skull
Thor
Eddie Brock and Venom
Artist Jason May
Author Matthew Phillion
Thor, Captain America, and Hawkeye
Strawberry Shortcake
Batman and Harley Quinn
Pennywise and Georgie
Artist Keith Gleason
Michael Rooker talking to a fan
Boba Fett

Thoughts on ‘The Invisible Man’

By Jason Harris

The Invisible Man is predictable at times, but overall I enjoyed it. It contained a number of jump scares, which is expected in a horror movie and definetly in one where the antagonist is invisible.

I saw it at an AMC Dolby Cinema. The experience was interesting and quite different. It was an experience that definitely made my enjoyment of the movie better.

It was nice seeing Aldis Hodge in the movie. I have enjoyed seeing his acting since Leverage.

The Invisible Man was predictable at times, but I wasn’t expecting the ending, which is why I recommend this movie.