The good folks at MOnsterworks66 are at it again with another independent horror feature called SlaughterBox. Teaming up with 10 Gauge Shakespeare, the filmmakers hope to produce a promo trailer for the film this summer, but they need your help to raise the necessary funds through their current indiegogo campaign. In addition, the creators of SlaughterBox are planning to donate 10% of the campaign's contributions to John Walsh’s National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. To learn more about these indie creators and the premise of the film, please see their full press release below.
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Life can be hard for a freelance spy. Moments after receiving his new Bullfrog hypertrousers, Richard Conway finds himself caught up in a tale of mystery, intrigue, and murder. Very quickly, the game’s quirky sense of humor and great sense of fun steal the show as you move from level to level carefully or panicking as you try to sneak deep into various secure and well-guarded buildings. Your tools are the aforementioned hypertrousers, your electronic crosslink (more on that later), and snark.
World of Webcomics is a series devoted to exploring the world of online comics and their target audiences, as well as their art styles, storylines, and the general enjoyment that they provide.
While the idea of a webcomic about super-powered beings is not unusual, there are very few in which one of the super-powered beings is a huge comic book geek who runs their own store. With all of the grace and social skills of a flamethrower, Sydney Scoville finds her world turned upside down when she decides to go to the bank to deposit the store’s receipts. Following her on her whirlwind adventure is very entertaining, especially considering she has no idea how she does what she does, making her the perfect person to be recruited for the government. Grrl Power updates every Monday at grrlpowercomic.com.
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When Eric Stephenson took the stage at the Image Comics Expo keynote, we had no idea just how many creators and new titles we'd be treated to that day. Between the keynote presentation and the subsequent interviews with each of these creators, there was a lot of information thrown out there, but let's focus on the exciting, new properties at Image.
*Please note that this article is an opinion-editorial.
Yesterday was Image Expo, an all-day media event to show off what's next from Image Comics. Fanboy Comics sent Kristine Chester and I to cover the event in San Francisco. Kristine will be delivering an article with all the news from the show, so I thought I would deliver more of an opinion piece on the Image Expo experience.
The following is an interview with Neil Gibson, the founder of UK-based comic book publisher T Publications. In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with Gibson about his inspiration for launching the publishing company, the vast array of titles slated for publishing, and the reader response from across the globe.
This interview was conducted on June 26, 2013.
At the 2013 Saturn Awards, actor Abigail Hargrove (World War Z) talks with Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon about her role in World War Z, her love of zombie films, and more.
At the 2013 Saturn Awards, actor Doug Jones (Falling Skies, Hellboy, Buffy the Vampire Slayer) talks with Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon about why he enjoys sci-fi and fantasy roles, his upcoming projects, and more.
Many of the jokes and scenes in Feeding Mr. Baldwin are in pretty bad taste. Those also happen to be the jokes that are the funniest. The entire movie is one big comedy of errors—where the errors involve disposing of dead bodies.