Feminine. Lady-like. Girly. Three ways to describe a woman that has more "female-like" qualities. They're also derogatory ways to describe a man with more feminine qualities. Hmmm. Isn't it funny how the same words can have such extremely different impacts, depending on how you choose to use them?
“‘Til Death Do Us Part”
7.18 (aired April 14, 1999)
“To them I’m the Sisko, an instrument to carry out their wishes. But they forgot that I am also human, with dreams and wishes of my own. They say that marrying Kasidy is a mistake, and maybe it is. But it’s my mistake to make.”
-- Captain Benjamin Sisko
So far in American Gods, there has been very little deviation from the book, but this week the show took quite a few liberties with “Git Gone.” While this tends to anger purists, they managed to pull it off well and illustrate how adapting a story to another medium can expand it.
The Fanbase Press staff is very excited to be exhibiting for the first time at Phoenix Comicon 2017, alongside a number of other talented independent creators! Taking place from Thursday, May 25, through Sunday, May 28, 2017, at the Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, AZ, the comic book convention will celebrate all-thing comics and pop culture! At the convention, we will be meeting fans at the Fanbase Press booth (HH1116) on the 3rd floor of the convention center, where you can purchase all of our comics and graphic novels!
The following is an interview with producer Thea Rivera regarding the upcoming premiere of the production, Nothing Bad: A Werewolf Rock Musical, at the 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Rivera about the premise of the musical performance, the theatrical debut of They Played Productions, the creative process of the ensemble, and more!
First looking at Strawberry Shortcake: Funko Universe, I was delighted by the delectably fun design of the the cover. Purple Pie Man and Berry Bird are vinyl figures made up in 3D, as if they were clay dolls in packages waiting to be ripped open and devoured. Clever, cute, and playful - it's a perfect way to start a youthful comic. The comic does not disappoint, as it is filled with vibrant colors and enticing visions of food in a plethora of forms. There are pies everywhere, houses made of pies, curly hair representing meringue, apples on trees, and surrounding it all are rainbows and bright sunshine. Even the ominous, dark sky is filled with color. The artists paints the world of Strawberry Shortcake the way a child would envision it, and as it should be… utterly edible.
Captivating – writer Matt Hawkins grabs readers’ attention from the beginning, and he does not let go.
“Extremis” managed to accomplish the impossible: It made me like the Sonic Sunglasses. For a bit of reference, the Twelfth Doctor abandoned his iconic Sonic Screwdriver and, for some inane reason, replaced it with sunglasses. I am all for shaking things up on Doctor Who, but they served no purpose. Instead of the Doctor aiming his Sonic Screwdriver at danger, he would just look at it—which is far less dynamic.