As the impact of the Coronavirus continues to reverberate throughout the comic book industry and our society as a whole, we at Fanbase Press would like to provide an opportunity for all comics industry professionals to join together in solidarity. On Saturday, April 18, at 10 a.m./PST, Fanbase Press will host its weekly Creator Forum: Group Discussion, an hour-long, informal discussion about the positive ways to cope with the changing comics landscape. Taking place via the Zoom platform (video and audio), the Creator Forum will be free to join and limited to the first 100 attendees to RSVP. The previous Group Discussions have been a great success, with creators, publishers, media professionals, and educators from across the comics medium discussing new and positive ideas. We hope that this discussion will provide an opportunity to re-connect with colleagues, to find new resources and information, and to build hope in collaborating with other comics creators.

Fanbase Press' Creator Forum offers affordable, monthly online seminars geared towards independent creators from a variety of mediums.  Part lecture and part discussion, Creator Forum seminars are accessible to various experience levels and provide direct access to a knowledgeable and responsive specialist.  Fanbase Press invites you to develop and enhance your creative toolkit within a positive and supportive community from the comfort of your own home.

As the impact of the Coronavirus continues to reverberate throughout the comic book industry and our society as a whole, we at Fanbase Press would like to provide an opportunity for all comics industry professionals to join together in solidarity. On Saturday, April 11, at 10 a.m./PST, Fanbase Press will host its weekly Creator Forum: Group Discussion, an hour-long, informal discussion about the positive ways to cope with the changing comics landscape. Taking place via the Zoom platform (video and audio), the Creator Forum will be free to join and limited to the first 100 attendees to RSVP. The previous Group Discussions have been a great success, with creators, publishers, media professionals, and educators from across the comics medium discussing new and positive ideas. We hope that this discussion will provide an opportunity to re-connect with colleagues, to find new resources and information, and to build hope in collaborating with other comics creators.

As the impact of the Coronavirus continues to reverberate throughout the comic book industry and our society as a whole, we at Fanbase Press would like to provide an opportunity for all comics industry professionals to join together in solidarity. On Saturday, April 4, at 11 a.m./PST, Fanbase Press will host its weekly Creator Forum: Group Discussion, an hour-long, informal discussion about the positive ways to cope with the changing comics landscape. Taking place via the Zoom platform (video and audio), the Creator Forum will be free to join and limited to the first 100 attendees to RSVP. The first Group Discussion on March 28th was a great success, with creators, publishers, media professionals, and educators from across the comics medium discussing new and positive ideas. We hope that this discussion will provide an opportunity to re-connect with colleagues, to find new resources and information, and to build hope in collaborating with other comics creators. 

As the impact of the Coronavirus continues to reverberate throughout the comic book industry and our society as a whole, we at Fanbase Press would like to provide an opportunity for all comics industry professionals to join together in solidarity.  On Saturday, March 28, at 10 a.m./PST, Fanbase Press will host the first Creator Forum: Group Discussion, an hour-long, informal discussion about the positive ways to cope with the changing comics landscape.  Taking place via the Zoom platform (video and audio), the Creator Forum will be free to join and limited to the first 100 attendees to RSVP.  We hope that this discussion will provide an opportunity to re-connect with colleagues, to find new resources and information, and to build hope in collaborating with other comics creators. 

In light of the growing Coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns throughout the US, Emerald City Comic Con and other comic book conventions are postponing their upcoming events.  These precautionary and preventative measures are understandable and encouraged; however, there will be an undeniable financial impact to creators and publishers throughout the comics industry, as well as other industries like food, travel, and others.  In order to help mitigate the impact to indie creators, comics publisher Russell Nohelty of Wannabe Press is launching the virtual comics convention, Wannacon, to take place this Friday, March 13, through Sunday, March 15, 2020.

Fanbase Press joined fellow indie creators and comic book fans in El Centro, CA, this past weekend (Saturday, February 15th, 2020) for Imperial Valley's official comic book convention held at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Sports Pavilion. The day-long event featured a number of indie creators exhibiting, panels, cosplay, and a number of special guests (including Star Wars stunt actor Dickey Beer, Growing Pains' Jeremy Miller, writer Kyle Higgins on DC's Nightwing and Batman Beyond, WWE Wrestler Rikishi, and many more).

Fans, fellow comic creators, and area residents recently celebrated the release of Fanbase Press' Quince: The Definitive Bilingual Edition - an oversized hardcover collecting the full English and Spanish editions of the Eisner-nominated bilingual comic book series, Quince, this past weekend (Saturday, January 25, 2020) at Hi De Ho Comics in Santa Monica, CA.  Attendees were treated to food, music, and comics, with a plethora of fantastic photos taken by Fanbase Press' Michele Brittany to commemorate the special occasion!

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