So the amazing people at Alamo City Comic have issued geeksushi.com a press pass to cover the three day event. Myself and my makeshift staff will be covering all three days, posting live updates and photos on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and of course on geeksushi.com. I am working hard in the preparation and trying to line up some interviews with some of the guests. If you haven’t already purchased your tickets, make sure you do so here https://www.ticketriver.com/event/7036-alamo-city-comic-con I’d like to thank Apple De La Fuente and Alex Wolf for the opportunity. I am extremely grateful. Make sure you follow me on Twitter here https://twitter.com/tweetgeeksushi, on Instagram here http://instagram.com/geeksushi#, and of course on Facebook here https://www.facebook.com/GeekSushi?ref=hl Of course, make sure you visit geeksushi.com for much much more.
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