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Talkin’ Comic-Con: A Cup O’ Tea with An Englishman In San Diego

s05e03 (13th August 2017)


“And it’s over to our roving reporter, live from the scene…”

In our first live report of this new season, Alyssa Franks (Friends Of Comic Con Forum), joins us direct from Boston Comic Con, where the brave and bold are gathered to celebrate the best in comics and pop culture, and start the inevitable wind-down of the Summer con season.

Alyssa will be giving us a tour of the show, as well as bringing us her impressions of the show. Leonard will be directing everything from home base, also going through all the news from the world of international con culture. Lots to keep us busy on this weeks show…


TALKIN’ COMIC-CON: A CUP O’ TEA WITH AN ENGLISHMAN IN SAN DIEGO is the weekly San Diego Comic-Con International and con culture live podcast, broadcasting every Sunday (6pm GMT / 10am PT / 1pm ET) and hosted by Leonard Sultana, joined by Alyssa Franks.

Each week, the best bloggers on t’web talk about San Diego Comic-Con, about con & pop culture and, for an hour or so, we invite guests to talk to us and get nerdy and geeky about everything that orbits the Best Pop Culture Convention On The Planet!

YOU can watch and interact online, either by Twitter (tweeting with the hashtag #CupOTeaSDCC) or via the Hangout Event Q&A. Schedules permitting, Leonard will be joined by guests from the SDCC blogging community and some surprises!

Our Guests, this week:

  • Alyssa Franks, Friends of Comic Con Forum
  • …more amazing guests, to be announced!

If you have anything you’d like to have discussed in these Comic-Con shows, please put a suggestion in the comments – we’d love to hear what you’d like to talk about. And don’t forget to join in the conversation LIVE during the show, using the Q&A button in the video preview above or on Twitter (#CupOTeaSDCC)

See you all, this and every Sunday, at 6pm GMT… LIVE!

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