Twitter is my super power (and yours too)

Last weekend, I attended St. Louis comic con. Although I paid for my ticket, I covered the event as press, with stories from Q&A sessions, the costume contest, cosplay and a story on the artists in attendance. From a fan-girl perspective, though, I was definitely looking forward to a couple of the celebrity Q&As. Eliza… Continue reading Twitter is my super power (and yours too)

Comic con day 2: Q&A with Eliza Dushku

This story originally appeared on RealTime/STL. Eliza Dushku has made a name for herself with supernatural roles, but her Wizard World St. Louis Comic Con Q&A with fans Saturday morning touched on many facets of her life. .@ElizaDushku Q&A #wwstl — Erica Smith (@ericasmith) April 5, 2014 Several audience members asked questions related to… Continue reading Comic con day 2: Q&A with Eliza Dushku

‘We’re having an apocalypse’

I loved “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” (It’s OK, I’ve come to terms with my supreme nerdiness.) But I’m not so sure about the could-have-been animated series. This is high-school Buffy; voices are by the cast from the TV show, except for Buffy. (Giselle Loren filled in for Sarah Michelle Gellar, who wasn’t interested in the… Continue reading ‘We’re having an apocalypse’