Olivia DAboActress/singer Olivia D'Abo (The Wonder Years, Star Wars: The Clone Wars) is reprising her role as Star Sapphire in DC's latest animated feature, Justice League: Doom.  At the film's premiere at The Paley Center in Beverly Hills, CA, she talked with Fanboy Comics Creative Director Sam Rhodes about her work on Broadway, including her recent award-winning performance of Kath in Joe Orton's Entertaining Mr. Sloane.


 

 

 

 

Fanboy Comics will continue to post all of its interviews from the premiere of Justice League: DoomClick here for the latest interviews!

 

 

Susuan Eisenberg photoSusan Eisenberg (Superman/Batman: Apolcalypse, Skyrim) is reprising her role as Wonder Woman in DC's latest animated feature, Justice League: Doom.  At the film's premiere at The Paley Center in Beverly Hills, CA, she talked with Fanboy Comics Creative Director Sam Rhodes about her work on the film, the physicality of voice acting, and her upcoming projects.    

 

 

 

 

Fanboy Comics will continue to post all of its interviews from the premiere of Justice League: DoomClick here for the latest interviews!

 

 

batgirl152 Catch Up is a series devoted to looking at issues from DC's New 52 and seeing how they're faring now that they're underway, why they're worth reading (or not), and places we hope they will go in time.


By Robert J. Baden, Guest Contributor to Fanboy Comics

 

 

Concept:

Barbara Gordon, the daughter of Gotham City’s police commissioner, joined forces with Batman several years ago as a reluctant partner before being shot by the Joker, paralyzing her and confining her to a wheelchair.  Now, three years later, a medical miracle has allowed Barbara to walk again…and to take up the mantle of Batgirl once more.  Barbara readjusts to her former life with the skills of an intelligent woman with an eidetic memory and a desire to do justice, not to mention a need to prove to herself that she’s the right girl for the Bat costume.

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Fame Suzanne CollinsBy Michael Fitzgerald Troy

 


Though beginning with more superhero fare (The 10th Muse, Atlas), Bluewater Productions has become known best for its bio-comics, featuring comic biographies of celebrities, politicians, historical figures, and even prominent authors.

Andrea RomanoAndrea Romano (Batman: Year One, Green Lantern: First Flight) is the Casting and Voice Director of DC's latest animated feature, Justice League: Doom.  At the film's premiere at The Paley Center in Beverly Hills, CA, she talked with Fanboy Comics Creative Director Sam Rhodes about her work on the film, why she likes working with Nathan Fillion, and whether we can expect to see Bryan Cranston and Kevin Conroy return as Gordon and Batman for The Dark Knight Returns animated feature.    

 

 

 

 

Fanboy Comics will continue to post all of its interviews from the premiere of Justice League: DoomClick here for the latest interviews!

 

 

Level Up TV showNew on the Tube is a series devoted to reviewing relatively new television shows and determining how they may (or may not) appeal to their intended audiences, where the shows are going, and what can be done to make them better.
 

 

By Robert J. Baden, Guest Contributor to Fanboy Comics  

 


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Three MMORPG-playing teens unwittingly unleash creatures and items from their game into the real world.  Now, with the help of the game’s designer, the trio must search out “leaked” creatures and send them back to the game world while they balance their personal lives and school.  The show airs on Tuesdays at 8:00 p.m. (Eastern) on Cartoon Network (even though it’s a live-action series).

 

 


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Oscars6Streamy Award nominated host, new media producer, and pop culture writer Kristyn Burtt covers all of the excitement of the 84th Annual Academy Awards on behalf of Fanboy Comics.  This week, Kristyn picks her favorites for the two most talked about categories!

 

 









Stay tuned for more Oscar news from Kristyn and Fanboy Comics in the coming weeks!  You can follow us on Twitter, as well, at @KristynBurtt and @FanboyComix!


Oscars5Streamy Award nominated host, new media producer, and pop culture writer Kristyn Burtt covers all of the excitement of the 84th Annual Academy Awards on behalf of Fanboy Comics.  This week, Kristyn predicts the winners of Best Actor/Actress in a supporting role!

 









Stay tuned for more Oscar news from Kristyn and Fanboy Comics in the coming weeks!  You can follow us on Twitter, as well, at @KristynBurtt and @FanboyComix!


Static Shock52 Catch Up is a series devoted to looking at issues from DC's New 52 and seeing how they're faring now that they're underway, why they're worth reading (or not), and places we hope they will go in time.

 

 


By Robert J. Baden, Guest Contributor to Fanboy Comics

 

 

Concept:



Virgil Hawkins is a young superhero named Static who has the ability to manipulate electricity, magnetism, and a combination of the two.  He juggles his superhero activities with that of his personal life and the need to keep his identity secret from the rest of his family, as they make their mark in a recent move to New York City.  Hardware, another self-styled vigilante, acts as a mentor to Static, providing long-distance advice and support.  Static himself is intelligent, resourceful, and something of a typical teenager.

 


And, he puns; he puns a lot, much like Spider-Man does in the Marvel universe.  Frightening to be sure.
 

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marvel-pinballWhen you have multiple balls coming at you from all sides, usually you're either working in the adult film industry (ask for extra pay) or you're the last kid on one side of a dodgeball game. Nay, perchance you're playing the game of kings (most commonly that royal title is of the burger variety or McCheese Mayors), a game of flippers, spinners, locked balls, extra balls, and many a ramp (again, not porn), I speak of Pinball!

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