The following is an interview with Alan Robert: bassist for Life of Agony, front man for Spoiler NYC, comic book writer/artist (Wire Hangers, Crawl To Me), and filmmaker.   In the following interview, Robert discusses his new horror comic, Crawl To Me, his creative influences, and the latest details on the Wire Hangers movie!

This interview was conducted on Monday, July 11, 2011.

 

 

Dear Fanboy Comics Readers:

 

The Fanboy Comics Staff is very excited to be attending San Diego Comic-Con 2011 in order to bring you the latest in geek news from TV, film, comics, video games, and more!

 

Throughout this week, we will be reporting live from the convention floor, providing you with the coolest interviews, commentaries, screening details, and photos!  In addition, all of our content will be available on Krypton Radio and Whedonopolis.com for your listening and viewing pleasure.

 

In addition, Fanboy Comics will also be promoting its upcoming graphic novel, Something Animal.  Fans can see a sneak peek of the psychological thriller, and more information is available at www.somethinganimal.com!

If you plan on joining the FBC crew in San Diego, you can review a complete list of the SDCC Schedule.

 

Split/Second: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bombs Strategically Placed Around the Racetrack

May 18, 2010, might as well be called Red Deadmageddon. On this date, Red Dead Redemption was released and sold three copies for every living person on the planet. Unfortunately, two other great games were released the same day. Now, if three great movies are released on DVD on the same day, there are a few things that fans might do. They might buy them both today, or pick one up in a week or so. Video games are different for two very big reasons. One, games cost $60, and it is really hard to buy two in a week. Two, games take more than two hours to play. Red Dead clocked in at over 40 hours. That is a regular work week. I have already discussed one of the casualties of Red Deadmageddon, the criminally underplayed Alan Wake. Today, I would like to discuss the other.

Batman of Suburbia, A Web Series.

Batman is about to take on his biggest challenge yet... Suburbia.



Episode #2
: Batman of Suburbia begins adjusting to the community.



Starring: Doug Bass as Batman of Suburbia

Written, Directed, and Edited by: Doug Bass

Produced by: Barbra (Pakler) Dillon

Executive Produced by: Doug Bass, Bryant Dillon, Jorge Jazan, Jeff Larson, and Tony Newsom

Cinematography by: Jeff Larson

Sound and Mixing by: Jeremy Azevedo


Catch a new episode of Batman of Suburbia on the Fanboy Comics website every Tuesday!

 

 

Dear Fanboy Comics Readers:


San Diego Comic-Con is THIS WEEK, and the FBC Crew will be bringing you live coverage of the coolest geek news! In addition, our friends at Comikaze Expo, Geekscape, Ghost Ship, and Stan Lee's POW! Entertainment have been planning a geektastic SDCC party, and we want to give you a chance to attend!

This Thursday, July 21st, Geekscape, in partnership with Comikaze Expo, Ghost Ship, and Stan Lee's POW! Entertainment, will present The Generalissimo's Invasion Excelsior Extravaganza!


Order Now: Only a handful of tickets are being made available!

Not only will The Generalissimo himself be in attendance, but so will many comic book and film industry professionals. And, of course, you'll be hanging out with the Fanboy Comics crew for THE party event of San Diego Comic-Con.

In addition, Comikaze Expo has agreed to throw in a 2-Day Pass to Comikaze Expo in Los Angeles, November 5-6th, at the LA Convention Center (a $40 value).  You'll also get a Ghost Ship t-shirt and a limited edition Comikaze poster.

So, basically, you're getting your tickets to Comikaze Expo and more, PLUS  the chance to hang out at Thursday's most exclusive party. Comikaze is only selling a handful of these special tickets, and once they're gone, they're gone... so order yours right away.

You MUST also be 21+ to attend.

Hope to see you Thursday night!



The End. A Web Series.

The robots have taken over and there are only a few survivors left.
(The End. is a post-apocalyptic buddy comedy.)


Catch a new episode on the Fanboy Comics website every Friday!

 

Starring: Bryan Mayer and Justinh Avery

Directed by Peter Harmon

Written by Bryan Mayer

Director of Photography: Rick Bickerstaff

Edited by Jason Marsh

Sound Design and Sound Editing by Ian Becker

Produced by Bryan Mayer

Co-Produced by Justinh Avery, Peter Harmon, Ian Becker, Rick Bickerstaff, and Jason Marsh

 

July 13, 2011

 

The Staff of Fanboy Comics would like to wish you and yours a very happy Embrace Your Geekness Day!  Every year on July 13th, don't be ashamed to pull out your twelve-sided die, turn up the volume on "Fett's Vett," and wear your Jayne hat with pride.

 

Copyrighted as an official holiday by Wellcat Holidays, an organization run by Tom and Ruth Roy in Mount Gretna, PA, Embrace Your Geekness Day is marketed as a holiday for those "into dungeon games, comic books, and doing vampire dress-up." Wellcat Holidays is also responsible for Take Your Webmaster to Lunch Day, which we wholeheartedly celebrate at Fanboy Comics.

 

What do you plan to do to celebrate this day of geekiness?  Do you have a yearly tradition to commemorate this momentous event?  Don't be ashamed; we welcome your favorite geeky hobbies with open arms (and will, most likely, want to join you in celebrating!).  If anyone cares to join me, I will be rocking to MC Front-a-lot while finishing the last-minuted details on my Katniss costume for SDCC.  (Woops!  Spoiler!)

 

Yours geekly,
Barbra J. Dillon
Managing Editor, Co-Founder, & Director of Jedi Recruitment

 

 

The following is an interview with Aron Warner, Academy Award winner and creator of the upcoming comic book series, Pariah.   In the following interview, Warner discusses Pariah's release at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, his upcoming film project with James Cameron and Cirque du Soleil, and his adaptation of the comic, Beasts of Burden.

This interview was conducted on Wednesday, July 6, 2011.

 

 

From time to time, Fanboy Comics will promote different projects that we do not directly produce or publish.  (Although, we wish that we did!) As a sign of our support and approval, you can find these selections under the FBC ApprovedTM section of our website.  Please understand that, no matter how badly we would love to take credit, these works have been independently created and produced by the talented people attached to them.

In this spirit, Fanboy Comics announces its promotion of Batman of Suburbia, a web series from writer/director Doug Bass that shows the Dark Knight like you've never seen him before. When the guy who plays Batman outside of Grauman's Chinese Theatre decides that his life needs more meaning, he dawns the black cape in everyday society to fight the injustices of the world.  This hysterical series will keep you laughing well past the release of The Dark Knight Rises.

 

Batman of Suburbia, A Web Series.

Batman is about to take on his biggest challenge yet... Suburbia.



Episode #1
: The guy who plays Batman at the Chinese Theater decides to actually become Batman in everyday society.



Starring: Doug Bass as Batman of Suburbia

Written, Directed, and Edited by: Doug Bass

Produced by: Barbra (Pakler) Dillon

Executive Produced by: Doug Bass, Bryant Dillon, Jorge Jazan, Jeff Larson, and Tony Newsom

Cinematography by: Jeff Larson

Sound and Mixing by: Jeremy Azevedo


Catch a new episode of Batman of Suburbia on the Fanboy Comics website every Tuesday!

 

 

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