The creators behind Penguins vs. Possums: Volume One and the Fanboy Comics staff discuss why Penguins vs. Possums stands out in the comic book industry and makes a great first comic book experience.
The creators behind Penguins vs. Possums: Volume One and the Fanboy Comics staff discuss whether readers tend to side with the penguins or the possums, and they also "choose a side" themselves.
The creators behind Penguins vs. Possums: Volume One discuss the differences between the two species, as well as the main characters of the comic.
The Fanboy Comics staff and the creators behind the comic book series Penguins vs. Possums introduce the trade paperback that focuses on the epic and bizarre battle between the species.
"I'm not generally one for poetry, but Fearworms bored its way into my brain and chilled my soul. I couldn't put it down, poem after poem. What a gripping selection of verse-based stories to ice your veins on a dark winter's night!"
- Sandy King Carpenter (John Carpenter's Asylum)
Fearworms: Selected Poems features Robert Payne Cabeen’s new and previously published poems--from the 1980s to the present. These manically crafted word machines are visceral, psychological, haunting, and terrifyingly humorous, and they are guaranteed to leave readers squirming.
*Robert Payne Cabeen's horror poetry collection was nominated by the 2014 Bram Stoker Award (Poetry), the 2015 Elgin Award, and the 2015 Rhysling Award.
Written and Illustrated by Robert Payne Cabeen (Tainted Treats, Heavy Metal 2000, A Monkey’s Tale, Walking with Buddha)
Cover Art by Bill Sienkiewicz (Elektra: Assassin, Stray Toasters, The New Mutants)
Genre: Horror, Poetry
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Fanboy Comics is very excited to have artist Sarah Braly joining its table at WonderCon Anaheim 2014! Braly is the amazingly talented artist behind Penguins vs. Possums' hand-sculpted figurines, which will be on display and available for sale at the convention this weekend.
For full details on the figurines and Braly's work, please see her official press release below.
Penguins vs. Possums
"Reading Penguins vs. Possums brought me back to Eastman and Laird's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Simple, yet smart, and obviously written by guys who love and understand comics." - Adam Glass, Supernatural, DC Comics' Suicide Squad
Since the dawn of time, a secret war has been waged between two species, each determined to annihilate the other.
Throughout the millennia, they have kept their battle confined to the shadows; however, one brazen act has escalated this conflict to a fever pitch. As the world careens toward Armageddon, every human on the planet will soon be forced to CHOOSE A SIDE!
*Featuring pin-up artwork by talented guest contributors, including David Flores (Dead Future King), Lars Cany (Identity Comics), Dan Smith, Daryn Beasley, Josh Hauke (Tales of the Brothers Three), David Scott Smith, Jared Sams, Bryant Dillon (Identity Thief, Something Animal), Emma Steinkellner, David Phillips, Mark Wilson, John and Matt Yuan (Declan and Chang), Kyle Cummings, Paul Wilson, Sarah Braly, Michaela Jane, Chris Thorne, Maggie Jung, and more!
Created by: Sebastian Kadlecik
Written by: Sebastian Kadlecik, John Bring, and Lindsay Calhoon Bring
Illustrated by: Sebastian Kadlecik and John Bring
Edited by: Sebastian Kadlecik, John Bring, and Lindsay Calhoon Bring
Genre: Action/adventure, comedy
Audience: 10 and up
Price: $19.99 (Volume One & Two trade paperbacks) / $4.00 (Issues #5-7) / $5 (Issue #8)
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Now Available for Purchase
The good folks at Brave New World Comics in Newhall, CA, are calling all geek girls! On Saturday, March 22, 2014, at 6:00 p.m., the friendly, neighborhood comic book shop (which is female owned and operated, by the way!) will be hosting Geek Girls' Night, a chance for fans of the female persuasion to let their geek flag fly and enjoy a host of fun activities, panel discussions, giveaways, and more!
From our smart phones to our computers, we geeks love our gadgets and find all sorts of uses for them. With so many new, shiny things and upgrades on the market this year, Fanboy Comics' staff and contributors are here to show off the best gadgets and their customization options, so you can get the techie in your life the perfect toys to play with for the holidays.
– Kristine Chester
Immersing oneself in a virtual world and taking on the central role in a story is immensely satisfying whether that entails wrecking havoc as a gang leader turned president with super powers or catching hundreds of tiny monsters and forcing them to battle for you. 2013 has been a fantastic year for video games, and FBC's contributors are here to present their must-play games of the year.
– Kristine Chester