The Fanbase Press staff is very excited to be exhibiting at the upcoming Santa Clarita Comic & Toy Expo! Taking place on Sunday, October 1, 2017, from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. at the College of the Canyons in Santa Clarita, CA (Valencia campus - EPEK Building), the convention will feature a variety of exhibitors selling comics, toys, and "everything else that a true or even budding comic and toy fan will ever need!"
On behalf of Fanbase Press, I am both excited and proud to announce the addition of a new staff member to the Fanbase Press fold. Joining the staff will be Travis Lakata, who has provided countless reviews, interviews, promotional services, and support to make Fanbase Press as amazingly geeky as it is.
Fanbase Press is excited to announce that The Gamma Gals collected trade paperback is now available for sale through ComiXology! Created, written, and illustrated by newcomer Stefano Terry, the trade paperback collects Issues #1-4 of the superhero series, plus two never-before-seen bonus issues.
After the barn fire Jesse Sullivan deliberately set to kill her abusive step-father Eddie, it was revealed that she was infected with the NRD virus and the angry young woman had two choices: become a licensed death replacement agent or go to prison for murder. It wasn’t much of a choice; however, when agents start showing up permanently dead and Jesse is attacked on an assignment, things get, well, complicated. When work was the only thing she could count on to run like it should, Jesse isn’t thrilled by the twist, especially when certain…visions make her fear she’s losing her marbles like her mentor, Rachel. Staying alive and finding some answers is just the tip of the iceberg, and this is one necronite who isn’t going down without putting up a serious fight.
After losing his students and mentor to the Devil Marauders in The Hawk of New York #3, Eric descends into a darkness that can only be appeased by vengeance on those responsible for his pain. Doc, the homeless man who saved him from death, tries to show him the error of his choices by appealing to Eric’s Native American side, but the point has been reached where nothing can pull the young man back from violence and destruction. He’s not the only one closing in on the Devil Marauders though, so he may have to move fast to get the revenge he craves.
Everything is always as it seems.
I had the privilege of diving into Joshua Hauke’s newest set of The Brother’s Three series, Potato-Brained Ideas. Each time I get to reading one of these books, I’m instantly reminded of why I love them so much. It’s the perfect illustration of family dichotomy: parents and children trying to outsmart each other, the dry wit of the adults balanced against the wild wackiness of the boys, and enough imagination to fuel both sides forever. Experience and knowledge matched against youthful exuberance and willingness to buy into any situation is what drives the plots inside, and it never fails to entertain because the stories come from a place of truth. Reading this, you fully expect to know how life is in the Hauke household through a lovely Muppet Babies-style filter, and the underlying love and fun of it is a wonderful thing to share with your own family.