Now that Starburns Press has begun their much-anticipated launch, one of the first titles the new publisher announced is almost here for all to enjoy. Spawned from a conversation between acclaimed comic book writer Eric Esquivel and television mega-creator Dan Harmon, Gregory Graves takes a decades-old rivalry and turns it on its head. Originally pitched as a Lex Luthor/Superman story for DC Comics, Graves focuses on the titular character and his adversary, Luminary. Luminary, a nearly perfect specimen who hails from another planet, has been on Earth for some time, saving the world and being the perfect savior. Everyone from around the globe has taken to the handsome hero, with the exception of Graves, who sees Luminary as he truly is: a cosmic being who has taken this planet as its new home, but who doesn't truly serve the people, only their own egos.

The following is an interview with Michelle Jensen regarding the upcoming Level Up: Be a Nerd Boss panel and meet-up at San Diego Comic-Con 2018. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Jensen about the talented panelists and moderator involved with the panel, what attendees can anticipate from the meet-up, and more!

The following is an interview with writer Paul Levitz and artist Tim Hamilton regarding the upcoming release of the collected version of Brooklyn Blood. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Levitz and Hamilton regarding the original inspiration behind the supernatural noir series, their shared creative process, what the collected edition will have in store for readers, and more!

The team of Jeff Lemire, Andrea Sorrentino, Dave Stewart, and Steve Wands are doing something I didn’t think could be done through comic book form. They are freaking the hell out of me. No book exists without all of the creators behind it, but there’s something about how all of the different elements in this book are working together, how the creators are conversing through their artforms, building off the last things said that is creating a truly visceral, unsettling experience. They are managing this with very little gore, very little violence, but more about what’s suggested – the abstract.

Boone Dias and his team - a fairy, a talking gorilla creature, and a sort of Minotaur mage - set out to destroy the Copper Golems that are creating breaches between the Ether and the reality Earth lives in. It’s an exciting issue that’s visually arresting. Boone Dias is a scientist that has found a way into the Ether, an alternate reality that brings to life all our creativity, and Dias has been working as a sort of adventuring detective. Solving mysteries using science to show that, even behind the most magical of notions, there’s truly no such thing as magic. We’ve found that time moves slower in the Ether, and Dias can’t eat food there which drives him back and forth between each realm.

Earth was destroyed. In an instant, billions of people died. That was seven years ago. Now, the denizens of Arcadia on Mars want action. They want the people who did this - the people who killed their families and friends. The citizens of Arcadia aren’t the only ones who want answers.

Things are getting pretty complicated for Wizord in the third volume of the wonderfully entertaining Curse Words. With Platy-Margaret in captivity and Wizord doing his best to maintain his reign as the most awesome wizard in this realm, the stakes continue to rise and more complications arise. Hole World, the evil realm lead by the villain Sizzajee, is alive and well, and while the numbers in his cabal are dwindling, the master of that world shows off a few tricks that he still has up his sleeve.

The following is an interview with Rylend Grant regarding the upcoming release of his comic book series, Aberrant. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Grant regarding the inspiration behind the series, his creative process, his upcoming projects and plans for SDCC 2018, and more!

The following is an interview with John Yuskaitis regarding the upcoming release of his all-ages novella, Boots and Pup: Toastbusters. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Yuskaitis regarding the inspiration behind the novella, his creative process in further expanding the Boots and Pup universe, his upcoming projects and plans for SDCC 2018, and more!

The Arkham Sessions, hosted by Dr. Andrea Letamendi and Brian Ward, is a weekly podcast dedicated to the psychological analysis of Batman: The Animated Series. Nostalgic, humorous, and even a little educational, each episode promises to lend some insight into the heroes, villains, and classic stories of the Dark Knight!

The Arkham Sessions, Ep. 117 - "The Demon Within"

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