With the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi - the latest chapter in the Skywalker saga, it seems only appropriate to reflect on the way the past seven episodes have informed the newest Star Wars trilogy and the legacies continued throughout the entire series.

If you can't beat 'em...

In a dystopian future where most of the Earth is covered in water and the debris of a long-forgotten time, there are two worlds: the Noble Houses who live on dry land and the Chasing Arrows who live under the sea.  The Chasing Arrows are responsible for recycling all of the old plastic and other refuse that takes up most of the ocean.  Metal and other precious commodities go to the Noble Houses while the rest is used to power the old, massive ships now reconfigured as habitats for the Arrows. In essence, they are salvagers. They also manufacture their own food by farming plankton and sea fungus which, apparently, is not very tasty.

The following is an interview with R.E. Stearns, the writer of the recently released novel, Barbary Station. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Stearns about the inspiration for her debut novel, her creative process in working with publisher Saga Press, and more!

Mobsters and demons mesh together in Cullen Bunn’s newest undertaking, The Damned.

Matt Kindt took his time to lay the framework in this world of the Grass Kingdom, and it’s starting to pay off. It took me a little longer to fall under the spell of this series than most. Maybe Kindt thought the war that took place in the first several issues would be the thing that drew people in, but that always seemed like a distraction to what’s happening now.  He has nailed something I’ve been thinking, something that’s been annoying me about the people of the Grass Kingdom: that they’re no different than anyone anywhere else. They have just as many secrets, and it’s those secrets I’m most interested in.

Self-esteem is defined as “confidence in one’s own worth or abilities; self-respect." Self-esteem is an important key to success and happiness that hopefully everyone’s parents imbue their children with when they are young.

The following is an interview with Bryan Rodriguez and Joe Laurino, the video game developers behind Attack Mountain. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Rodriguez and Laurino about their latest release, Frog X Bird, what gamers can anticipate from the gameplay, how you can access your copy in time for the holidays, and more!

Kaiju are big business these days, and with the Valderrama Bros.’ Giants #1, there couldn’t be a more applicable term than kaiju. On the surface of the Earth, giant-sized mysterious beasts have taken over the planet since a cataclysm occurred: A comet fell. Since then, humanity has been forced into subterranean living, and different factions fight over what little territory they have in what are called Rumbles.

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