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Emerald Knights KnightYou're invited to show your support for independent comic writers and artists at the Indie Comic Signing on Sunday, April 22nd, at 1:00 p.m. at Emerald Knights - Comics and Games in Burbank, CA!

 

 
Don't miss this opportunity to meet talented new creators at your neighborhood comic book shop!



The following independent creators are scheduled to appear
:

 

Fanboy Comics writers Bryant Dillon and Sam Rhodes / artist Robert Burrows (Something Animal)
Kristopher White (The Thirty-Six)
Tommy Saxe (Living Dogs)
Brian Buccellatto (Foster and co-writer of Flash)
Joey Esposito (Footprints)
Brian McCarthy (Brimstone)
Paul J. Salamoff (DISCORD and Tales of Discord)

 

 

 

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.

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.

SLIGHT SPOILERS BELOW

 

GAME-OF-THRONES-SEASON-2

UPDATE: Contest Winner Announced, Below!!!


In celebration of the release of the HBO premiere of Game of Thrones Season Two and the beginning of ‘the war of the five kings,’ Fanboy Comics is pleased to announce The Contest of the Five Things!  Check out the contest details following the below review of Season 2’s premiere episode!

 




 

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 1 Review
By: Tony Caballero, Fanboy Comics Guest Contributor


“For the Night is Dark and full of Terrors”

For those who were concerned that Game of Thrones couldn’t maintain its energy and drive after last season’s, worry no longer.

 

MAJOR SPOILERS BELOW



Barbra as KatnissBy Michael Fitzgerald Troy

 

First of all to all you persnickety poo poohs, I don't really know all there is to know about The Hunger Games. I'm just being referential to an old pop culture reference. As a matter of fact, I came on a little late in the game. (Oh, how I love puns!)

I had heard buzz about the books being like Twilight, so, naturally, the simile triggered my gag reflex. Don't get me wrong, I'm as ready for a shirtless werewolf or vampire as the next queen, but I really don't need to see Kristen Stewart popping out the demon seed.

It was actually my colleague, editor, and ultimate Fangirl Barbra J. Dillon that convinced me to get on the Hunger tip. She's obsessed with Katniss and even dresses up as her in an RKO fireside chat-type portrayal of Miss Everdeen in The Katniss Chronicles. Yes, she is that girl! Don't fret, she is absolutely perfect as Katniss, so much so I even imagine Babs as Katniss when I read the books. I seldom read books without pictures, so that is kind of a big deal. Needless to say, I immediately fell in love with the book! (Thanks, Barb!) Now, on to the movie.

Marvel Housewives MTBy Michael Fitzgerald Troy

 

With the current housewife craze thanks, in part, to the popularity of Desperate Housewives and subsequent Bravo reality rip-offs (The Real Housewives of fill-in-the-blank), we shan't over look how wonderfully messed up the not-so-single ladies of the Marvel Universe are.

Invisible Woman: Most women lament that their husbands treat them as if they're invisible, but mine takes the transparent cake. Not only does my husband treat me that way, he made me that way in a horrible test flight gone wrong! How do you like them apples? No wonder I wish I was sleeping with the fishes! Don't worry, I'm far from suicidal; I'm talking about Namor, King of the Sea. Now there's a can of chunky light albacore I'd like to open. If my husband can't see me, let him smell me!

MDNA MTBy Michael Fitzgerald Troy

 

I feel like sinnin'. Must be the Tanqueray. Damn, I picked the wrong life to quit drinkin'. Madonna's new record MDNA drops this week, and I'm spinning, baby, out of control. Madonna came up in the clubs with music that double dog dared you not to dance to it, and MDNA is a face slapping reminder of that.

You know how to whistle, baby. Just put your lips together...and blow. And now, I offer you a blow-by-blow of the tracks off of Madonna's killer new dance album, MDNA. (You gotta love that title!)

Shark Tank MTBy Michael Fitzgerald Troy

 

My newest guilty pleasure has to be Shark Tank, Friday nights on ABC. In this reality competition, the contestants (or would-be entrepreneurs, as it were) present their pitches for a business or product idea to the "Sharks" for investment consideration and business partnership. The sharks are made up of a panel of billionaire investors. Your goal is to get any shark to invest in your concept, and if not, you walk away with nothing, the least of which being your dignity.

art-of-perez MTBy Michael Fitzgerald Troy

 

I have had the privilege to take art classes at one of the finest museums in the country, and if you asked me who my favorite artist is, I would unhesitatingly say George Perez every time and explain that, yes indeed, he does draw funny books.

WomanthologyMeet the amazing writers and artists of Womanthology on Sunday, March 25th, at 1:00 p.m. at Emerald Knights - Comics and Games in Burbank, CA!

 

Womanthology is a large-scale anthology that showcases the works of women in comics.  It is created entirely by over 140 women of all experience levels, from school-aged girls who love to read comics to top industry professionals. 


The hard cover edition of Womanthology will be on sale for $50, and profits from the sale of this book will go towards the charity Global Giving.  Don't miss this opportunity to meet these talented creators at your neighborhood comic book shop!



The following Womanthology contributors are scheduled to appear
:


Jean Kang - Artist
Jenna Busch - Writer
Kimberly Komatsu - Writer
Amanda Deibert - Writer
Nicole Sixx - Writer/Artist
Mary Bellamy - Artist
Jody Houser - Writer
Candace Ellis - Artist

 

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