Geek Girls Invade Comic-Con

Jennifer Stuller, author of Ink Stained Amazons, shouting out her love for nerds everywhere.
(Photo © 2010 by Rason Sampson.)

Kate Kotler, Founder/Editor-in-Chief of Geek Girl On The Street.
Reporting for ADD from San Diego Comic-Con 2010.


2010 is the year of the geek girl at San Diego Comic Con International. There is an unprecedented amount of programming geared towards women this year, and it was completely gratifying to attend the Geek Girls Exist panel on Thursday evening and see that the room the Con allotted for this program was filled to capacity. They were actually turning away people at the door! Geek girls are here, they’re loud and they’re proud – get used to it!

Read Kate’s interview with Mythbusters’ Kari Byron here.

Steampunk vampire family: Giving the Addams Family a run for their money.
(Photo © 2010 by Rason Sampson.)

Geek Girls exist, and in greater numbers than previously thought.
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Part of the Geek Girls panel.
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Brittney Powell from Safety Geeks SVI rockin' the red.
(Photo © 2010 by Rason Sampson.)

The super adorable Kristen Schaal from The Daily Show and Flight of the Conchords.
(Photo © 2010 by Rason Sampson.)

Katherine Nelson, Vice President of Communications for the Discovery Channel:
She is a super cool woman and a great example of geeky girl success.
(Photo © 2010 by Rason Sampson.)

The lovely and talented Kari Byron from Mythbusters.
(Photo © 2010 by Rason Sampson.)

Kristen Rielly of Geek Girls Network.
(Photo © 2010 by Rason Sampson.)

The Geek Girl Diva with a matching t-shirt.
(Photo © 2010 by Rason Sampson.)

Bonnie Burton of and Lucas Films at the Geek Girls Exist panel.
(Photo © 2010 by Rason Sampson.)

Marian Call sings "100 Ways to Lose Your Man". (There are that many?)
(Photo © 2010 by Rason Sampson.)

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6 Responses

  1. Fash10npr1nc3ss

    This was great for those of us who didn’t get to attend and to give hope for those who try to make it next year! Love it! You know what else I love is my employee DISH Network subscription so that I can watch G4 in High Definition. I hope to see you ladies next year! Geek for Life!


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