Thought we forgot about WonderCon? Hardly!
WHR is just getting started with our detailed news coverage of this fantastic event held April 2-4, 2010 at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco. Produced by the wonderful team of talent at Comic-Con International, WonderCon was a bright event on a rainy weekend in “The City”.
As we resume our extensive coverage, here is a real treat. One of our most senior reporters, a native of San Francisco and World War 2 Veteran who fought and nearly died for his country, shares his thoughts about when he worked on the first stereophonic movies in the U.S. Army Pictorial Service.
Eighty-Five (85) year old RKW2Bob aka Robert K. Weeks Sr. (pictured right) also shares his thoughts about Wormholes, Stargate Universe, Fringe, WonderCon, the history of the Moscone Center and much more. We will be back with more great news about WonderCon and hope you enjoy this historic individual!
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