At San Diego Comic-Con 2018, Fanbase Press' Barbra Dillon talks with author Andy Weir (The Martian, Artemis) and author/historian Susan Wise Bauer (The History of the Ancient World: From the Earliest Accounts to the Fall of Rome) discuss their work on Nat Geo's MARS Season 2, corporate space travel vs. government space travel, the concept of the Space Force, and more.
The Fanbase Press crew attended San Diego Comic-Con's Star vs. the Forces of Evil / Big City Greens panel on Thursday, July 19, 2018, which involved the cast and creative teams behind the respective shows discussing what viewers can anticipate from the upcoming seasons. The lineup of panelists included Adam McArthur (voice of Marco Diaz), Eden Sher (voice of Star Butterfly), Esmé Bianco (voice of Eclipsa), Daron Nefcy (Star vs. The Forces of Evil creator), as well as Shane and Chris Houghton (creators of Big City Greens) and Marieve Herington (voice of Tilly Green). The panel was moderated by Chris Houghton.
At San Diego Comic-Con 2018, Fanbase Press' Barbra Dillon talks with writer Sam Humphries and artist Alti Firmansyah about the announcement of their new series, Goliath Girls, through ComiXology Originals.
It’s the last day of San Diego Comic-Con, and we’re here to keep you excited, even if the energy levels are dropping from you, your partner, or your kiddos. There are still plenty of activities to dive into, including world premieres, LEGO action, a costume ball, and sessions for the artists at heart.
San Diego Comic-Con is in full force this Saturday, and we’re hoping to continue your and your family’s amazing adventure by providing kid-friendly panels and events. What have been your favorite parts of SDCC so far? Did you attend any of the sessions listed on our Geeky Parent Guide posts from Thursday or Friday? Don’t forget to check out Thursday’s post if you’re looking for food or transportation options, including a guide that will help you navigate the San Diego Convention Center.
San Diego Comic-Con is back for another round today! How did you, your friends, and family fare on Thursday at the con? The Geeky Parent Guide is back to share which all-ages activities are available to attend at the 2018 SDCC on Friday. If you need a quick guide for food or transportation options, make sure to check out Thursday’s post that includes links to that information.
San Diego Comic-Con is definitely on my bucket list. The one time I was fortunate enough to be offered a ticket from a friend, I had to decline as my family had just moved and, obviously, timing wasn’t on point. It’s safe to say I cannot wait to make that entrance into the epitome of conventions, and, as a parent, I wonder what I would want for my kids to experience at the show.
Why 1984? Due to the popularity of the heavily '80s-themed and influenced Stranger Things, the '80s are all the rage again. They tried to come back before, but I was more hesitant. I guess now that I’m a few years older, I’m more nostalgic this time around. Not to mention I’m a sucker for anything hot pink!
Now that Starburns Press has begun their much-anticipated launch, one of the first titles the new publisher announced is almost here for all to enjoy. Spawned from a conversation between acclaimed comic book writer Eric Esquivel and television mega-creator Dan Harmon, Gregory Graves takes a decades-old rivalry and turns it on its head. Originally pitched as a Lex Luthor/Superman story for DC Comics, Graves focuses on the titular character and his adversary, Luminary. Luminary, a nearly perfect specimen who hails from another planet, has been on Earth for some time, saving the world and being the perfect savior. Everyone from around the globe has taken to the handsome hero, with the exception of Graves, who sees Luminary as he truly is: a cosmic being who has taken this planet as its new home, but who doesn't truly serve the people, only their own egos.
The following is an interview with Michelle Jensen regarding the upcoming Level Up: Be a Nerd Boss panel and meet-up at San Diego Comic-Con 2018. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Jensen about the talented panelists and moderator involved with the panel, what attendees can anticipate from the meet-up, and more!