By Wes Smith
After recent issues with Travel Planners and the so-called #Hotelpocalypse, renewed calls for moving the annual San Diego Comic-Con convention understate how important the city of San Diego is to the lifeblood of pop culture.
This week, Nickelodeon quietly released the series finale to it’s four-season-long The Legend of Korra with an episode that cemented the show as a game changer in the world of long-form animation.
by Wes Smith
When Nickelodeon announced this season that The Legend of Korra would be moving to an online-only format, fans of the show feared the worst.
When I worked at Warner Bros., we used to tell stories to guests about the lot. They were usually just fun bits of studio lore or legend, or maybe a bit about the history of certain films. When we got to talking about sitcoms, there was always one story we would always tell.