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D&D Toys and Collectibles Episode 68: c2e2 The Aftermath…

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Dave and Devall are back at the toy bar for another week of toy talk, brought to you by The Ka-razy Kings of Toys!

The boys are back for Episode 68! This week the duo talk of SDCC 2013 reveals and more before discussing their experiences at this years Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo, better known as c2e2! Then listen to a new Thought’s With A. Das Baron and the boys answer some fan questions!

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Jason Devall has been reviewing toys for the better part of a decade. Through the constant changes and obstacles in his life one thing remained constant, his love for toys. This insane love and his unique kookiness gave him the drive to co-create That New Toy Smell and The Pop Culture Network. He has reviewed hundreds of toys from dozens of companies. From masculine toys to, um, not-so-masculine toys, Devall has timelessly put himself aside to review what the people want. Devall also happens to love anything Disney…and Muppets. Yes…don’t forget the Muppets.

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  • William Bruce West

    Dave was half right – C2E2 was an attempt to get back to the original Chicago Comic-Con. Years ago, Chicago was the big boy, just a few notches below SDCC. This was before NYCC came around. Then, Wizard bought the Chicago Comic-Con, and kinda ruined its legacy by turning it into a Wizard World show. C2E2 was created as a competitor of sorts, but it’s really just an attempt to get back to the city’s show roots.

  • Devall

    I agree William. Chicago Comic-Con, even in the early years of Wizards influence, was still a good convention. Then, they started to go more towards b-list Celebrity-con with a smattering of various comic and toy dealers and a few artists. c2e2 has grown to become an amazing Chicago convention!