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CON-ventional Wisdom Ep. 006


In this Episode, Francis and Josh recap their San Diego Comic Con International experience.

This was an amazing experience, that was made possible by Jeff Burns of Super Geeked Up and Shelley Rossell from Back When We Were Interesting.
Listen in as the boys tell you the tale of walking into the CW Press Junket for the TV show, Arrow.  Or how they walked right into the famed Hall H like they owned it, during the WB Panel.




Even more Guests Announcements from Denver Comic Con!

Stars from DC Comics TV Shows to Attend Denver Comic Con 2016
John Barrowman and Camren Bicondova to meet and greet fans

DENVER – March 15, 2016 – Denver Comic Con (DCC), Denver’s largest consumer convention and a program of education-nonprofit Pop Culture Classroom (PCC), today announced it is bringing stars John Barrowman and Camren Bicondova from the DC Comics inspired TV shows “Arrow” and “Gotham” to the June 17 – 19, 2016 event at the Colorado Convention Center.


John Barrowman plays Malcolm Merlyn in The CW series “Arrow,” although he may be best known his role as Captain Jack Harkness in the BBC science fiction dramas, “Doctor Who” and “Torchwood.” Camren Bicondova plays young Selina Kyle, or Catwoman, on the Fox television series “Gotham.”

“DC Comics is really building strength with all of their TV offerings and creating a solid fan base,” said Denver Comic Con director Christina Angel. “With the rising popularity of ‘Gotham,’ ‘The Flash’ and ‘Arrow,’ we are excited to give the fans the opportunity to meet some of their favorite characters from these shows.”

Barrowman, Bicondova and Todd join previously announced guests in the 2016 Denver Comic Con lineup, including Stan Lee (Marvel Comics), Carrie Fisher (Star Wars), Ralph Macchio (Karate Kid and The Outsiders), C. Thomas Howell (The Outsiders), Jenna Coleman and Alex Kingston (Doctor Who), Karl Urban (Star Trek) among many other comic book creators and pop culture celebrities.

Denver Comic Con has quickly become one of the most attended pop culture conventions in America. The popularity is due in part because of its robust schedule of programming—more than 400 hours of sessions during which artists, creators, celebrities and industry experts talk about their craft and their creations—as well as its family-friendly mission and environment. The largest portion of the show floor, more than 9,000 sq. ft., is dedicated to teens and children with activities designed to engage kids in education through pop culture.

For more information and tickets, please visit www.DenverComicCon.com andwww.PopCultureClassroom.org.

About Pop Culture Classroom
Pop Culture Classroom (PCC) is a charitable organization that educates through alternative approaches to literacy, learning, and character development. PCC creates programs for underserved students, schools and communities via comic books, graphic novels, and related media. PCC is the organizer and producer of Denver Comic Con. For more information, visitwww.popcultureclassroom.org.

About Denver Comic Con
Entering its fifth year, Denver Comic Con is Denver’s premiere pop-culture fan experience, covering the worlds of comic books, film, and related media. It is also an extension of and an awareness builder for its parent organization, Pop Culture Classroom. For the latest news and information, visit www.denvercomiccon.com.

The 2016 Denver Comic Con presented by Bellco Credit Union is sponsored in association with Xfinity, Breckenridge Brewery, Illegal Pete’s, Colorado’s Own Channel 2, FOX31 Denver, Out Front Magazine, Westword, 106.7 KBPI and KTCL 93.3. Supported by Bonfils Blood Center, Hard Rock Café Denver and Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design. With contributions from Aleph Objects, Inc., Rise Above Colorado StylinOnline, Tentacle Kitty, 1UP Arcade*Bar and Yellow Scene Magazine.

Nan Desu Kan 2015 Wrap Up


Once again, POI invaded Nan Desu Kan 2015 in its new location in Downtown Denver. It was a busy weekend in Downtown Denver, with The Taste of Colorado going on and NDK – Downtown was a wash of colorful characters.

This was our 3rd year with NDK.  We love returning to the First Convention that gave us Press Credentials.  This year marked the First year in a new location – The Sheridan Downtown Denver.  This year, everything was bigger; The venue in general has more space, giving each area more room to spread about and invite new faces to the Convention.  This year was also different for me, as i bought a camera and NDK would be my first run at taking pictures at a Convention.

Because of timing, most of my time this year was spent in the evening, roaming the Lobby and Artist Alley – which was open till 12midnight each night!  With the bigger venue, Artist Alley was about 30% larger than it had been in previous years.  I saw some new and familiar faces with the added area.  Artist Alley is always my favorite place to hang out and chat with the Artist.  I was able to sit and chat with Lair of Abraxas – They make custom jewelry and clothing of a Steampunk feel.  I also ran into Carla the Dragon Lady – she and I had a chat at Denver ComicCon earlier this year, and it was nice to catch up with her.


One thing i never made it to, im sad to report is the Vender Room.  Normally, I make sure get my tasty Japanese treats, and puruse the toys and statues i hope to purchase one day.  I just got so wrapped up in taking pictures and chatting with show goers, that i somehow never made it to the room. I guess these things happen when you’re having fun!

I think the venue change to Downtown will overall be a great move by NDK – The larger space alone should be enough, but the possible added revenue to shops in the surrounding area should benefit as well.  Keeping Artist Alley open till midnight will allow more people to check out what Artists have to offer, but also for the Artist to make more money.  I hope to see the Vender Room hours extended as well. Everyone i spoke with, was happy with the venue change as well.  The general conciseness i got from the people i spoke with was ‘Everything is just, bigger’


We will have an upcoming wrapup on NDK in an upcoming episode, and we’ll be sure to post it as soon as its recorded – in the meantime, please check out our full photo gallery on our Facebook page!

Staying Off Topic…..THE RETURN

Che and Josh are back after an incredibly long hiatus – We just goof off and catch up.  We are going to be keeping this lite and fun.  Catch up with us every week and see what we might be talking about – Maybe a new movie, game or maybe the story of John Pellet.  Join us and have some fun as Friends of 20 years have a natural conversation

Josh on Twitter – @303ninja

Che on Twitter – @JiggaFro7

Episode ! – The Return

POI Invades Denver Comic Con

P.O.I invades Denver Comic Con 2015!


Recently P.O.I had the pleasure of being included in Denver Comic Con’s Podcast Peak. Uniting from right across the continent to exhibit what P.O.I has to offer were Josh Hawkes, Francis Fernandez, J.M. Clark and Che Pellot. It was a grand weekend of Con excitement and adventure that included lots of great talks, laughs and experiences that the P.O.I team was proud to cover.
We now present ( not necessarily in chronological order ) those adventures through several of the network’s podcasts…

A Critical Moment Of Awesome – Day 2 Recap
Interview w/ Amelia Emberwing

Two J’s Later Episode 40


More Denver Comic Con 2015 awesomness to come from An Elegant Weapon and The Points of Interest Podcast podcast!! Stay Tuned!!!