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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.

July 6, 2011

 

The Staff of Fanboy Comics would like to wish you and yours a very happy Take Your Webmaster to Lunch Day!  Every year on July 6th, be sure to show your webmaster how much you appreciate their infinite internet handiwork by treating them to lunch at the restaurant of their choice.

 

Webmasters (or webgoddesses, if you will) are the individuals that keep our websites in working order day in and day out.  From the easiest fixes (Is your computer turned on?) to the most quixotic of errors (Did you try turning it off and then on again?), these highly intelligent individuals enable us to complete our online endeavors with ease.  In order to ensure that your website continues to function as it was intended, the staff of Fanboy Comics suggests that you devote this day to lavishing your webmaster with a fabulous lunch and your immense gratitude.

 

We hope that webmasters everywhere will enjoy their special day to the fullest!  (Robert J. Peterson, FBC webmaster extraordinaire, we salute you!)

Dear Fanboy Comics Readers:

It is not often that we bring you the latest in music news, but this juicy tidbit is just too good to pass up!  The LA-based band Heart of Gold, www.heartofgoldonline.com, will be playing at the Fourteenth Annual Labyrinth of Jareth on Friday, July 1st, and the evening is not to be missed.

Fresh from their Midwest tour and the release of their first album, The Burning West, Heart of Gold is a band like no other.  Established in 2006 by four amazingly talented musicians [Scott Emerson, Edward LaBarbera, Christopher Spilsbury, and Tiffany LaBarbera (Palmer)], the band fuses folk and rock to create a complex sound that is bursting with emotions.  (By the way... did I mention that the H.O.G. members are hard-core comic book fans?!)

Heart of Gold is thrilled to be performing at The Labyrinth of Jareth Masquerade Ball this year.  The annual event consists of two amazing nights of elaborate costumes, shows, music, art, and sculpture within the Royal Court of Sypher. Their Masquerade is a mind blowing experience for costumers, artists, and fantasy lovers from all over. The venue is incredible with its magical blend of stories, music, and costumes.

Dear Fanboy Comics Readers:

 

The Fanboy Comics Staff attended the 37th Annual Saturn Awards on Thursday, June 23rd, in Burbank, CA.  Created by The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror, the event celebrated the fine work of creators and artists from the past year in TV, film, and theatre.

 

Before the awards were presented, we caught up with the Saturn Award presenters, nominees, and special guests on the red carpet to get the latest news and gossip from your favorite celebrities!  Throughout this week, we will be posting all of our red carpet interviews and pictures for your viewing pleasure.

 

You can also review a complete list of the 2011 Saturn Award winners.

 

Dear Fanboy Comics Readers:

 

The Fanboy Comics Staff attended last night's 37th Annual Saturn Awards in Burbank, CA, celebrating the best in Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror.  Stay tuned to the Fanboy Comics website for lots of interviews and photos from the coolest presenters, nominees, and award winners, including Brandon Routh, Sam Witwer, Kurtwood Smith, Michael Biehn, and more!

 

For now, here is a list of last night's winners!  Congratulations to all, and thank you for your contributions to our favorite TV and movie genres!

 

Dear Fanboy Comics Readers:

 

Fanboy Comics is proud to announce that its trademark podcast, The Fanboy Scoop - Week In Review, will join Krypton Radio’s on-air broadcasts.  

Brought to you by the uber geeks of Fanboy Comics (FBC), The Fanboy Scoop - Week In Review brings fans the most exciting geek news from the week compiled from the daily e-newsletter, The Fanboy Scoop.  Hosts Bryant Dillon, Barbra Dillon, Sam Rhodes, and Drew Siragusa join an assortment of special guests to discuss five top stories, ranging from the DC universe reboot to the latest script leaks for The Hunger Games film.  No geek genre is off limits, and everyone’s geek cred is at stake in this high-octane podcast!

Previous guests have included actor Samm Levine from Inglourious Basterds and Freaks and Geeks, Robert J. Peterson from CC2K.us (The Nexus of Pop-Culture Fandom), and Andrew Allen from video game website Padinga.com.

Dear Fanboy Comics Readers:

 

The Fanboy Comics Staff is excited to announce a comic book release party for Storm Born, written by Richelle Mead and published by Sea Lion Books!  The event will take place ONLINE on Wednesday, June 8th, and will run all day.

 

As part of the festivities, the creative team behind the comic book, including David Dabel (President), Derek Ruiz (V.P.), Dave Hamann (artist), and Grant Alter (comic writer), will be talking about the brand new release of Storm Born and answering fan questions.  The guests will start answering questions at 12:00 p.m. (Central Daylight Time).

 

As if that wasn't fun enough, the release party will also include a contest for copies of Storm Born: Volume 1 signed by the entire creative team!  Attendees who RSVP will receive 25 entries into the prize portion of the contest, as long as you participate in the event.

 

If you are interested in attending, CLICK HERE to RSVP through the Bitten by Books website.

 

Stay tuned to the Fanboy Comics website for more information and reviews of the Storm Born graphic novel!

 

Happy Geek Pride Day!

May 25, 2011

 

The Staff of Fanboy Comics would like to wish you a very happy Geek Pride Day!  For the website that promises all things geek, we would be remiss if we did not inform our readers about one of the most important days of the year.

 

Every May 25th, geeks around the world continue an initiative to celebrate and promote geek culture.  As many of you most likely know, May 25th was selected as it was the release date of the first Star Wars film in 1977.  Tim McEachern in Albany, NY, first organized unconnected events called Geek Pride Festival and/or Geek Pride Day in 1998, and the events spread throughout America and the rest of the world.

 

Poster by Crowded Teeth (http://crowdedteeth.com/)Dear Fanboy Comics Readers:

 

The Staff of Fanboy Comics is happy to share some very exciting news this morning!  Comikaze Expo, a pop culture expo featuring comics, horror, sci-fi, and gaming genres, has announced its event dates and a few special guests for Los Angeles this year!  Below, please find the official press release for the convention, which will no doubt be the comic event of the year here in LA. [Image, Right - Poster by Crowded Teeth (http://crowdedteeth.com/)]

 

Stay tuned for an exclusive Fanboy Comics interview with Comikaze Expo CEO Regina Carpinelli!

 

 

May 18, 2011

 

The Staff of Fanboy Comics would like to wish you and yours a very happy International Museum Day!  Every year since 1977, International Museum Day is organized worldwide around May 18.

This day is an occasion to raise awareness on how important museums are in the development of society. 

ICOM (International Counsel of Museums) Advisory Committee organizes the theme of this event that, given the high number of countries involved, lasts a day, a weekend, a week, or even a month. 
Museum and Memory is the theme of International Museum Day 2011.

 

We encourage you to visit your local museum and enjoy this special day to the fullest!

 

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