James DarlingJames Darling, one of the subjects of Morgan Spurlock's newest documentary Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope, proposed to his girlfriend Se Young Kang at SDCC 2010.  See the young couple talk to the FBC crew about loving a geek, debate Star Trek vs. Firefly, and share the moment behind their Comic-Con addiction.



 

 

 

 

Stay tuned to the Fanboy Comics website for more interviews from the Comic-Con Episode IV red carpet premiere!

 

 

 

Vengador 1Vengador #1 is written by James Gilarte and features the art of Rowel Roque. Vengador follows the life of teen Eric Martin, who uses his alter ego (Vengador) to fight the injustice in his city that is the result of a corrupt legal system. In the vein of classic comic characters like The Punisher or Spawn, Martin’s quest to become a vigilante is motivated by a powerful need for revenge. Vengador’s costume is reminiscent of Spawn or Spider-Man (especially the new Flash Thompson/Venom costume!), but is original enough that it can be identified as a unique character. Twin handguns add just the right amount of edge to this antihero look.

 

Titanic 3dBacklash is an interesting thing. 

It’s always interesting when something in the cultural zeitgeist becomes so successful that the tipping point occurs and people flee the bandwagon they were just crowding.  Sometimes, it’s because we just get sick and tired of hearing about a particular thing or event.  Sometimes, it’s because, as hipsters, it annoys us when something we used to like becomes popular in the mainstream.

Either way, backlash is almost always unfair.

Wrath of the Titans MTBy Michael Fitzgerald Troy

 

Sam Worthington may have traded his close-cropped coif for curly locks, but I'd recognize those gorgeous gams anywhere. Aside from Oscar/Jolie, I dare you to show me a better set of legs in Hollywood. Okay, gratuitous, smarmy remark aside, how about a movie review?

In a time of gods and monsters and really bad hygiene and scraggly hair, it's father against brother son against uncle and no cable TV.

chris hardwickAt the premiere of Morgan Spurlock's new documentary, Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope, produced by Joss Whedon and Stan Lee, Chris Hardwick of G4's Attack of the Show and The Nerdist Channel on Youtube talks with Fanboy Comics' Bryant Dillon about why it's important to have a fan-centric movie about Comic-Con, whether Comic-Con has grown too large, and his personal plans to take over the world. 

 

 

 

 

Stay tuned to the Fanboy Comics website for more interviews from the Comic-Con Episode IV red carpet premiere!

 

 

doug-jones-298282At the premiere of Morgan Spurlock's new documentary, Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope, produced by Joss Whedon and Stan Lee, fanboy favorite Doug Jones talks with Fanboy Comics President Bryant Dillon about his experiences at Comic-Con and why he never dresses up for Halloween!

 

 

 

 

Stay tuned to the Fanboy Comics website for more interviews from the Comic-Con Episode IV red carpet premiere!

 

 

 

SW The Old Republic Lost SunsLost Suns is set in the Old Republic Era of the Star Wars universe, the time period explored by BioWare's video game series. It is a time when Jedi battle Sith in a neverending war. In this book, the Republic and the Sith Empire maintain an unsteady peace. It is up to agents of the Republic's intelligence service to wage a cold war and gain the information needed to turn the tides in the Republic's favor. Theron, our main character, is an intelligence agent who may have just discovered a terrible secret that could reignite the war, and could give the Sith Empire the edge they need to conquer the galaxy. All he has to do is escape the Empire's newest super weapon, and report back to the Republic. 



Scarlet Phoenix MTBy Michael Fitzgerald Troy

 

Well, well, well...Avengers vs. X-Men is off to an expected start this week, as Marvel gears up for a huge summer crossover. I can only surmise how this came to be. I expect Marvel was panicking over all of the hype its Distinguished Competition was receiving over the mixed bag relaunch and "New 52." (52 is the new 20 BtW.) Marvel being the spoiled brat that it is couldn't not be on top and, apparently, decided to retaliate with not only one of their big guns but two by pitting its two most popular franchises against each other. The 1st issue was enjoyable enough by Brian Michael (on my way out of Avengers Mansion, thank Jesus) Bendis and serviceable art robot John Romita Jr. I enjoyed the 0 issue and Frank Cho's zaftig good girl art gone wild much better.

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ArbitrageArbitrage stars Richard Gere as Robert Miller, a Madoff-esque investor on the precipice of financial ruin. Time is running out for the investment mogul before his family, or the press, uncover his secrets. His daughter, Brooke, played by Brit Marling, who is also his Chief Financial Officer, is unaware of his illegal activity even though his actions could land her in jail. He desperately wants to bury his dirty dealings and fix his problems before his family falls apart. But, his life is about to get a whole lot worse before it gets any better.



Green Lantern - TASNew 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. 

 


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Strange things are happening on the frontier, well beyond the patrolled and policed Guardian Space that the Corps operates in.  Hal Jordan and Kilowog head to the frontier to investigate and come face to face with a new menace: the Red Lanterns.  The pair, along with a disillusioned Red Lantern, patrol the frontier in an effort to discover more information.  They are the officers of peace in the universe; they are Green Lanterns.

 

 


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