Happy New Year, dear readers! I think 2018 was a pretty good year for Wonder Woman, as far as comic book appearances and merchandise is concerned - not to mention television. With the Donna Troy Wonder Girl making her debut on the DC Universe series, Titans, can Wonder Woman’s return to the small screen be far behind? Hopefully, original television Wonder Woman Lynda Carter will be reprising her recurring role as POTUS on the Supergirl television series.  (If only she was president for real!)

The following is an interview with James Stimpson on the release of the comic book series, The List. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Stimpson about the inspiration behind the series, his creative process in bringing the story to life, what readers can anticipate from the story, and more!

The more complex Black Badge gets, the more I love it. This new series continues to feel more like a part of the Mind MGMT world than its initial three issues suggested that it might. It is already a part of the Grass Kings world. Could Kindt be creating a multifaceted universe much like Stephen King’s novels? The layout of the books and the additional content would also suggest this.

I’m buzzing. I’m sitting here, in mostly dark, my laptop on my lap and the PDF file for Gideon Falls #10 open, and my entire body is buzzing. If a writer were to ever find a muse, it would have to be Jeff Lemire finding Andrea Sorrentino and Dave Stewart.

At the Paley Center for Media (Los Angeles), Fanbase Press' Bryant Dillon talks with actor Patrick Fabian (Better Call Saul, The Last Exorcism) about his work on Reign of the Supermen, what it's like to portray Cyborg Superman, and more.

At the Paley Center for Media (Los Angeles), Fanbase Press' Bryant Dillon talks with actor Cameron Monaghan (Gotham, Shameless) about his work on Reign of the Supermen, which other DC characters he'd like to portray, and more.

At the Paley Center for Media (Los Angeles), Fanbase Press' Bryant Dillon talks with director Sam Liu (The Death of Superman, Batman: Gotham by Gaslight) about his work on Reign of the Supermen, the themes of inspiration in the film, and more.

At the Paley Center for Media (Los Angeles), Fanbase Press' Bryant Dillon talks with actor Jerry O'Connell (The Death of Superman, Stand by Me) about his work on Reign of the Supermen, what Superman inspires in others, and more.

At the Paley Center for Media (Los Angeles), Fanbase Press' Bryant Dillon talks with actor Jason O'Mara (The Death of Superman, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) about his work on Reign of the Supermen, Batman's feelings regarding the death of the Man of Steel, and more.

I haven’t reviewed an issue of Deadly Class, a comic about a training ground for teenage assassins set in 1987, but it is one of the most unhinged, frenetic, visceral, unapologetically twisted comics around. It’s the Wizarding World for those who need a little more anarchy and chaos in their lives. It certainly doesn’t take four novels before a single character meets their demise. It is a pure adrenaline rush of joy and anxiety brought on by hypertension and violence. We have Rick Remender (writer) and Wesley Craig (artist) through Image Comics to thank for this perverse, character-driven, action extravaganza.

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