Dissecting Holland’s Spider-Man, Peter Parker

Researchers from the University of California, Merced have found that troubled children may find inspiration from superheroes (2015). And not just superheroes, but rather the people underneath their respective mantles. Psychologist Chris Fradkin and his colleagues forwarded a study on children relating more to "pre-cloak" versions of characters such as Spider-Man. While radioactive spiders that grant…

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APCC 2017 Post-Mortem: The Ups, the Downs, and Everything in Between

It's been a month since the AsiaPOP Comicon Manila 2017 concluded, and it was a blast for geeks and congoers alike. Highlights included guests, freebies, and good finds to enjoy; not to mention amazing cosplay and the competitions that spanned the 3-day spectacle. APCC 2017 has improved quite a lot in its third iteration. From…

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Learning at APCC 2017: Art, Cosplay, Comics, Creation

Attendees at AsiaPOP Comicon Manila 2017 (APCC 2017) can remember some of the celebrity guests that have attended the awesome three-day convention. However, aspiring entrants to various entertainment fields may have stayed for the panels and workshops as well. Creators and icons from various industries have imparted knowledge to APCC 2017. What's-A-Geek! was lucky enough to attend…

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APCC 2017: Day 2 Highlights

Pop culture fans probably did not get enough of their favorite toys, comics, games, and other pop culture icons here at APCC 2017. Here are some of the highlights of Day 2 at Asia Pop Comicon Manila. The second day of APCC 2017 opened with a showcase of ABS-CBN's La Luna Sangre. KathNiel fans and…

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Wandering in the Walk of Fame, APCC Manila 2017

Wandering in the Walk of Fame Asia Pop Comicon Manila 2017 is one of the biggest conventions in the Philippines. On it’s third year, organizers continue to bring great guests to visit the Philippines. Many of these special guests can be found at the Walk of Fame, where visitors can meet them up close and…

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