Asuras Wrath innerIn my role as an occasional reviewer, I believe that my most important job is to recommend content that you, dear reader, might not think to try. So, it is a great honor for me to suggest that any and all of you who like video games try the demo for Asura’s Wrath. This game is loosely based on Asian Mythology, and infused with science fiction, which is nothing new. What makes this game (demo) great is the sheer level of over-the-top crazy that it revels in. And, revel it does. I want to save the biggest surprises for you, but the main character occasionally gets so mad that he grows extra arms. He also catches a missile, and throws it back at the ship that launched it, but my favorite thing in this demo is when you punch a guy so hard that your arms fall off.

broetry-1Fanboy Comics Interviews Brian McGackin, Writer of Broetry - #4 of 9

The following is an interview with broet Brian McGackin, author of the hysterical new collection of poems for the male perspective, Broetry.  


In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with McGackin about the national attention he garnered for Broetry and why Billy Collins best look out!



Broetry is NOW AVAILABLE for purchase on Amazon and can also be found in your local bookstores!







 

Avenging SpiderManBy Michael Fitzgerald Troy

Joe Madureira's art would be enough to make me read the Sears catalogue, so I was pleased as sucker punch to hear of the new Avenging Spider-Man series from Marvel. Conceptually, a little confusing. Clearly a Spider-Man book, as the Avengers only appear peripherally (and, even I couldn't help but drool over his Spider-Woman). An obvious ploy from Marvel to make it an Avengers and Spidey book, two of their biggest franchises both with movies coming out this summer and with art by one of the most popular artists going. Who can blame them for wanting to make a coin in this crap economy?

 

sa cover finalFanboy Comics is proud to announce the upcoming release of Something Animal, its first graphic novel!  Something Animal is a dark, psychological thriller that pulls the vampire myth back into the shadows where it belongs.


In the following interviews, Something Animal writers Bryant Dillon and Sam Rhodes, artist Robert Burrows, and editor Barbra Dillon talk about how Something Animal stands out in the current comic book market.



Something Animal is NOW AVAILABLE for purchase on the Fanboy Comics website!







Stay tuned for more updates on Facebook, Twitter (@SomethingAnimal), and the Fanboy Comics website! 

 

 

 

 

Brian McGackin BnN picFanboy Comics Interviews Brian McGackin, Writer of Broetry - #3 of 9

The following is an interview with broet Brian McGackin, author of the hysterical new collection of poems for the male perspective, Broetry.  


In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with McGackin about his favorite poems from the collection (and how no one agrees with him).



Broetry is NOW AVAILABLE for purchase on Amazon and can also be found in your local bookstores!







 

The 36 coverThe story behind the comic book The 36 is based on the Kabbalistic belief that there are 36 people in the world upon whom it is saved by their simple existence. As the book states, “In times of need, these people emerge from anonymity to save us.”


Kristopher White, creator and writer of The 36, has crafted a story that captures the epic quality of popular shows like LOST and Heroes, while still delivering an original and fresh concept. That’s right, comic book sniffers! The best new show you’re not watching is a comic book, and it’s called The 36!

broetry-1Fanboy Comics Interviews Brian McGackin, Writer of Broetry - #2 of 9

The following is an interview with broet Brian McGackin, author of the hysterical new collection of poems for the male perspective, Broetry.  


In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with McGackin about his writing influences.

Broetry is NOW AVAILABLE for purchase on Amazon and can also be found in your local bookstores!







Happy Birthday, Buffy Summers!

buffy-birthdayJanuary 19

The Staff of Fanboy Comics would like to wish our favorite blonde vampire slayer, Buffy Summers, a Happy Birthday!  Even though her birthdays tend to end in disaster (boyfriend loses his soul, loss of super powers, etc.), we thought it was only appropriate to be there for the Chosen One on her special day and to help her blow out the candles... or decapitate demons - whatever it takes!  Happy Birthday, Ms. Summers, and thanks for saving the world! A lot!
 
Are you a fan of the Buffster? Do you consider yourself a rouge demon hunter? Well, make sure to check out FBC’s Buffy-inspired podcast, The Scoobies and the Newbie, as well as FBC President Bryant Dillon’s regular Buffy comic reviews available at Whedonopolis!
 

 

 

Brian McGackinThe following is an interview with broet Brian McGackin, author of the hysterical new collection of poems for the male perspective, Broetry.  


In the first of many interviews, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with McGackin about how he came to write professionally and why poetry is like food.  (There's something there for everyone!)



Broetry is NOW AVAILABLE for purchase on Amazon and can also be found in your local bookstores!





 

ReductiveBy Michael Fitzgerald Troy

It seems as if the world at large is clamoring for a war between Madonna and Lady Gaga, and after calling Gaga's music "reductive" during her 20/20 interview, the world at large just may have gotten their wish.

All my reader - I mean readers - know that I am a huge Lady Gaga fan, having created a Going Gaga! Lady Gaga tribute comic and also contributing to Bluewater Productions' The Fame line Lady Gaga biocomic. It should come as no surprise that I am a bigger Madonna fan. I was even maliciously referred to as "That Madonna freak" in high school. Don't cry for me, Argentina; I'm sure those cretins will come to a bad end.

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