Apr 202015


Film Threat Kickstart-A-Thon Takes Over Meltdown in Final Hours!

April 21, Film Threat CEO & Founder Chris Gore (G4, AOTS)
takes over Meltdown for a 12-hour fundraising telethon livestream to save
the original & best indie film zine!
  Join award-winning Directors, Writers, Artists and Personalities in-store at Meltdown Comics Hollywood on Sunset Blvd or watch online at YouTube.com/MeltdownComics   to help keep Film Threat alive!

The Kickstarter “STAFF PICK” project includes exclusive rewards from special guests available in store and online from 12 noon PT midnight during the final hours of the Film Threat kickstarter. Tune in online as Chris Gore attempts a full G4 Attack of the Show reunion live on air! Meet the award winning director of STARWOIDS and join a live podcast recording with TheOneRing.net.

Indie film and geek culture needs a digital magazine more than ever with an overwhelming slate of films, shows and podcasts now available on demand. What should I subscribe to? Who should I follow? FILM THREAT has always supported creators worthy of your attention and with your help will continue to be an honest and fresh voice in the filmmaking scene. Help continue the FILM THREAT story in its final day: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/thatchrisgore/save-film-threat-and-bring-back-dvduesday

Film Threat Kickstart-a-thon Hosted by Chris Gore
WHERE: Meltdown Comics, 7522 Sunset Blvd Hollywood
WHEN: Tuesday April 21, 12 noon – midnight
Sep 052012

Our pal, Blair Butler from Attack of the Show (G4TV) visits Meltdown comics in the latest episode of Fresh Ink!

Batman, Image Comics, Junk Food Clothing & Peavey Guitars in the mix. 

Jul 022012

SuicideGirls Team with Bubble Punch and Meltdown to Transform American Apparel Fashion Basics Into Striking Cosplay Outfits For SG’s Comic-Con Crew

Suicide Girls love getting dressed up almost as much as they like taking their clothes off. San Diego’s monster Comic-Con event is therefore a major highlight on their calendar each year, since it’s an excuse to play dress up.

This year they’re cooking up an extra-special Comic Con cosplay wardrobe, with a little help from clothing manufacturer and retailer American Apparel, pop-culture event planners Bubble Punch, and fave Sunset Strip geek emporium, Meltdown Comics.

Comic chic chicks Chubby Bunny and Yume Ninja of Bubble Punch will be designing a series of three different sexy cosplay themed outfits for SG ladies to wear while they man their Comic-Con booth. Each of the outfits will be made using basics available at your local American Apparel store. We’ll also be producing “How To” videos with the help of  Meltdown so you can recreate the costumes the Suicide Girls will be wearing to Comic Con at home.

The three “How to” videos – one for each SG cosplay costume – will be posted on Suicide Girls’ Facebook page in June. The costumes will then be debuted live at a special Pre-Comic Con party to be held at Meltdown Comics on July 7th. Follow @SuicideGirls on Twitter for up to the minute news, updates, and photos.

SuicideGirls Team with Bubble Punch and Meltdown to Transform American Apparel Fashion Basics Into Striking Cosplay Outfits For SG’s Comic-Con Crew