At its core, Snotgirl is still a book that heavily reads as being about imposter syndrome; while it’s practically the context the whole book makes itself work out of, with Lottie’s literal and figurative delusions, there’s still the greater mystery of some of the people in her life, and what exactly is going on.

The following is an interview with producer Michael Antosy regarding the upcoming launch of the production, Face Divided, at the 2018 Hollywood Fringe Festival. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Antosy about the inspiration behind the production, what he hopes that audiences will take away from the show, how you can purchase tickets, and more!

This week sees the wrap up of Dark Horse Comics' Giles mini-series (written by Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon and Concrete Park's Erika Alexander, with the art of Jon Lam of Gotham Academy: Second Semester), concluding the tale of teenage Rupert's return to high school and his noble attempts to stand against the forces of darkness while having fuzzy feelings for a cute and charismatic vampire. (Sound familiar?) While sharing similarities with its "mother series," the Giles mini-series is very much its own beast, revealing not only another side to the Watcher that fans have followed for over two decades, but also shedding light on an unseen corner of the Buffy-verse filled with new characters, new threats, and new challenges.

In his introductory note, David Petersen describes Mouse Guard: The Black Axe as a creator’s quest, a text that challenged him to produce more detailed characters and worlds alongside a standard quest narrative. Two mice, Em and Celanwe, discover that they are distantly related and the last living members of their bloodline, and they go in search of the Black Axe - a prized family artifact. Their quest takes them to distant lands and into the kingdom of dangerous enemies, and it is well balanced with character development and worldbuilding.

The Comic Con Revolution convention in Ontario had its second year this past weekend. The convention was loaded with programming and panels, ranging from fandom discussions to “how-to” oriented ones. The crew of the Ready Set Geek! podcast (from the Geek Say What? network), Alix Galit, Cole Garrison, JPG, and Anthony Jones, conducted a how-to panel on getting started with podcasting.

The following is an interview with Imraan Coovadia regarding his upcoming novel, A Spy in Time, from publisher California Coldblood Books. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Coovadia about the inspiration behind the novel, his creative process in building such an intricate sci-fi world, the applications of Afrofuturism in the book, and more!

This week, we follow the theme of focusing on real-life Wonder Women as we turn the spotlight toward actress Margot Kidder.

The following is an interview with producer Royce Shockley regarding the upcoming launch of the production, The Color Collective, at the 2018 Hollywood Fringe Festival. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Shockley about the inspiration behind the production, what he hopes that audiences will take away from the show, how you can purchase tickets, and more!

I reviewed the original two issues of Joe Golem: Occult Detective - The Outer Dark when they first were released and was pleasantly surprised by how startled the horror elements made me and how uncomfortable I felt. I was left a little lukewarm with some of the other elements, but reading through the issues again as a collection, seeing the arc of this chapter play out to the end, it was like reheating a good dish of pasta and allowing all of those savory flavors to mix and meld, turning it into a great dish. I want seconds!

The following is an interview with Benjamin Benjamins and Roe Moore regarding the upcoming launch of the production, Buzz'd Out Live!, at the 2018 Hollywood Fringe Festival. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Benjamins and Moore about the inspiration behind the production, what they hope that audiences will take away from the show, how you can purchase tickets, and more!

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