Category Archives: Gotham Gal West Coast

Gotham Gal West Coast – Harley and the Bats

DCU’s newest film, Batman and Harley Quinn, brings The Caped Crusader, Nightwing, and Harley Quinn together to find Poison Ivy and Jason Woodrue (aka The Floronic Man). The trio has a limited amount of time to find the couple, as they root out the secret to the bio-restorative compound, which will allow plants to retake the Earth.  Continue reading Gotham Gal West Coast – Harley and the Bats

Gotham Gal West Coast – Changes Afoot for Pirates

Last week, the Internet was abuzz with rumors of a change to Pirate of the Caribbean at the Disneyland resort. The “beloved” bride auctioning portion of the ride is going to be replaced. While the changes will happen at the Disneyland Paris resort this year, the US-based parks (Disneyland and Magic Kingdom) can expect to see the changes in 2018, along with the annual refurbishment. Continue reading Gotham Gal West Coast – Changes Afoot for Pirates

Gotham Gal West Coast – 5 Ways to Keep Your Move Geek Friendly

GGWestHi there, Geeksters! It’s Gotham Gal West Coast here. While we’re having a heatwave, we’re trying to sell our house and buy a new one (fingers crossed if at all possible, please!). We need more space—just under 1,000 square feet is not enough for the two geeks in our home! However, I have some really great tips to think about (and use) while planning and executing your move. Learn from our mistakes!!!! Continue reading Gotham Gal West Coast – 5 Ways to Keep Your Move Geek Friendly

Gotham Gal West Coast – Fan Convention Brings Wonder to Downtown Los Angeles

GGWestWonderCon 2016 (Part 1)

The Location

An Orange County favorite made its way just a bit closer to its San Francisco roots this year, when WonderCon announced its move from the Anaheim Convention Center (across the street from Disneyland) to the Los Angeles Convention Center, taking with it some of its flavor but leaving other parts of itself behind. Continue reading Gotham Gal West Coast – Fan Convention Brings Wonder to Downtown Los Angeles