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fanboycomics-logotextYou're invited to join Fanboy Comics for a graphic novel signing on Wednesday, December 5th, from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at Golden Apple Comics in Los Angeles, CA

Writers and FBC co-founders Bryant Dillon and Sam Rhodes will be on hand at the LA-area comic shop to sign copies of Fanboy Comics‘ graphic novels, Something Animal and Identity Thief.  Fans who stop by the store will have a chance to pick up their very own signed copies and to purchase the official Fanboy Comics t-shirt, so that they can show their geek pride in style.  (These items make great holiday gifts!)

LXL LogoYou're invited to join the League of Extraordinary Ladies for the 2nd Annual Holiday Craftacularstravaganza on Saturday, December 8th, at 1:00 p.m. at Emerald Knights - Comics and Games in Burbank, CA!

The Holiday Craftacularstravaganza will feature a plethora of crafts, gifts, and other items made by talented indie artists from the Los Angeles area.  Dozens of vendors will be occupying the second floor of Emerald Knights, providing shoppers with a chance to purchase gifts for the geeky friends and loved ones on their holiday shopping list.  (A full list of the vendors is listed below.)

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The rumor mill over the fourth installment of the Michael Bay-directed Transformers franchise is brewing — who will join Mark Wahlberg in the new cast? Will there be new Autobot characters and where will the story be set? Earth or somewhere else in the universe? Fans of the franchise and collectors of the beloved Transformers toys — which the movies are based on — are thrilled about news of the new edition to the Transformerssaga.

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It’s not even his name, but a simple governmental position, and still the utterance of The Governor chills the blood of any fan of The Walking Dead. While readers of the graphic novels know what horrors The Governor is capable of and TV viewers are just starting to learn how dark Philip’s soul really is, the undeniable villain of The Walking Dead is a captivating figure in any medium, as proven by the release of The Walking Dead novels, published by Thomas Dunne Books and written by The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga.


The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor and The Walking Dead: Road to Woodbury are the first two parts of a trilogy that reveals the mysterious and twisted origin of The Governor and his savage safe haven of Woodbury. Here’s how the books are described in the official press release for The Walking Dead: Road to Woodbury:

P vs P 2You're invited to join the staff of JBSK Comics for a "Comics and Coffee" panel discussion on Monday, November 19th, at 7:00 p.m. at Emerald Knights - Comics and Games in Burbank, CA!

"Comics and Coffee" is a weekly discussion series that covers everything happening in the comic book industry, hosted by Emerald Knights every Monday at 7:00 p.m.  One event per month features a different industry guest, with past guests having included Mark Waid (Kingdom Come, Daredevil, Irredeemable, Incorruptible), Shane and Chris Houghton (Reed Gunther), and even the FBC staff (Something Animal, Identity Thief)!  On November 19th, the panel will include Sebastian Kadlecik, John Bring, and Lindsay Calhoon, the founders of JBSK Comics (Penguins vs. Possums, Crossover).  The panelists will be discussing their step-by-step process for creating comics, with a focus on how Penguins vs. Possums came to be.  The creators will also showcase original art from Penguins vs. Possums Issue Number Two, as well as their superhero anthology book, Crossover.  Ten lucky guests in attendance will have the opportunity to win copies of the Crossover comic book!

 

Guild Wars 2No matter where you live, what you do, or who you are, when you pick up the controller, you are now the hero and have the power to change the world. Video games make great gifts, because they are immersive, replayable, and offer experiences that can’t be had anywhere else.  Our experts put down their controllers long enough to tell you about the best games this holiday season.  ~Jason Enright

Holiday Gift Guide 2012: Technology

 

Kindle FireTechnology is inescapable these days. From cell phones to iPods, it can be tough to know what is the right tool for the right job. At Fanboy Comics, when we need help telling our USBs from our BNCs, we turn to our personal techies, Sam Rhodes and Ellen Tremiti, for the lowdown on all of the latest gadgets. Here’s what they recommend, if you want to impress the techno-geek in your life this holiday season. ~Jason Enright

Fanboy Comics' 2012 Holiday Gift Guide

YodaChristmasThe holiday season can be a stressful time of year.  Amidst the craziness of booking flights to visit your family, preparing feasts, or simply maintaining your sanity while maneuvering holiday traffic, the last thing on your mind may be finalizing your holiday gift list.  Well, rest assured!  The Fanboy Comics staff is here to provide you with their gift recommendations for the geek in your life!

From graphic novels and board games to tech gadgets and Blu-ray box sets, let the Fanboy Comics crew put your mind at ease with these helpful holiday gift guides!

Holiday Gift Guide 2012: Graphic Novels

 

The Walking Dad V1Comic books and graphic novels are quickly becoming a huge part of mainstream culture. Hollywood blockbusters and award-winning TV shows look to them for inspiration, while comic shops become hotspots for social gatherings and lively debates. If you are new to the scene, it might be hard to figure out which books to read, and even if you’re a big comic book fan, it can be hard to know which awesome books you might be missing. This holiday season, we have done the hard work for you and compiled a list of graphic novels you’ll want to make sure that you read. ~Jason Enright

Holiday Gift Guide 2012: Movies

 

Little Shop of Horros Blu-rayAhh, movies! Is there any greater escape than sitting in a dark room and letting the sweeping imagery, amazing scores, and mind-blowing special effects of a film transport you to a new world, scare your socks off, or take you back in time? As the holiday season approaches, we look at some rereleases of old classics, some new favorites, and two epic collections that are sure to please the cinephile in your life. ~Jason Enright

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