Jonathan at Comic-Con, images courtesy of Jonathan London
Miami Vice reboot blasting on the scene
Since then, Jonathan has become a San Diego Comic-Con savant with 12 years of experience (five times as a fan, seven as a vendor) under his proverbial shiny spandex belt. Over the years he’s seen a lot of change.
Squirrel Girl faces off with Superman, image courtesy of @badgerblucosplay
Borderlands Cosplay. Image courtesy of @anidiotsarray
Jonathan’s Comic-Con Survival Tips
Food for the wait. Image courtesy of @momentaworkshops
Heroes and villians agree, bring a book. Image courtesy of @comicconhq
5 Comic-Con Dont’s
How is San Diego different from other Comic-Cons?
Advice for those who don’t like crowds but love comics?
To cosplay or not to cosplay?
Snowba Fett. Images courtesy of @comicconcentral
What's your pre-game Comic-Con workout look like?
Jonathan's zombie workout. Image courtesy of Jonathan London
Sunrise workout. Image courtesy of @novemberproject
Your favorite comic books shops in Los Angeles?
House of Secrets. Image courtesy of @jonmoorefx
Collector's Paradise Pasadena. Image courtesy of @collectorsparadise_pas
Best places to “geek out” in LA?
You say there’s a comic books for everyone—even for grandma Shirley?
Comics fof every type at Blastoff. Image courtesy of @blastoffcomics
The new Voltron crew. Image courtesy of @voltronofficial
If you could pick two superheroes to get together and have a super baby, who would you pick?
Atom AKA Ray Palmer. Image courtesy of @best_dc_heroes
Storm AKA Ororo Munroe. Image courtesy of @xmenmovies
Alethea Cho is a writer and content manager by day and supervillain by night. You can try your damnedest to catch her on Instagram under her evil moniker of @LadyLovesblood or Twitter @Lady_Lovesblood. Heros beware—this villain knows how to be both cunning and elusive.