At WonderCon 2019, Fanbase Press' Michele Brittany talks with VFX supervisor Lawson Deming (Barnstorm VFX) about his work on The Man in the High Castle, the work of a VFX supervisor, being a participant on the "It’s Alive!: Designing Sci-Fi, Horror, and Mystery TV and Video Games" panel, and more.

At WonderCon 2019, Fanbase Press' Michele Brittany talks with composer Jeff Rona (Sharkwater, White Squall) about his work on Devil May Cry 5, his preparation and inspiration for the video game, being a participant on the "It’s Alive!: Designing Sci-Fi, Horror, and Mystery TV and Video Games" panel, and more.

At WonderCon 2019, Fanbase Press' Bryant Dillon talks with director Kelsey Taylor (The Collatz Conjecture) about working on her official Alien: The 40th Anniversary short - "Alien: Specimen," the ensemble nature of the cast of Alien, and more.

Here at Fanbase Press, we strive to provide an outlet for up-and-coming creators to promote and showcase their incredible works. With thousands of creators utilizing crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter and Indiegogo to make those works a reality, we will highlight these talented creators and their noteworthy campaigns through #CrowfundingFridays! We hope that you will join us in giving these projects a moment of your time (and possibly your support)!

Time Corps is a time-traveling comic book series concerning the titular Time Corps: a ragtag group of individuals plucked from various moments of time right before they were supposed to die but now are assembled under the unifying cause of keeping history unchanged by other forces. The particular group focused on in Time Corps is the crew stationed in Venice Beach in what appears to be the present period and includes Gaius Equitus Brutus (Roman centurion who adds a neo-peplum element to the story), Smoke Jaguar (a Mayan ball player), Garabaldi Dilvorno (Prohibition-era gigolo), and Paulina Popova (Russian spy during Czarist Russia). 

Issue twelve of Time Corps focuses on the behind-the-scenes bureaucracy, red tape, and grabs for power occurring at the Celestial Bureaucracy, the overseeing organization of the Time Corps. The Inspector General and Grunfeld are at odds with each other, each running clandestine operations in conflict in the year 2657. Meanwhile, the famous Mata Hari, during a respite in an amorous encounter, is sucked out of a spaceship and into the offices of Celestial Bureaucracy. In the distant future of 3114, a technophile named Mallory takes umbrage to the dealings of the Time Corps and begins assembling her own time machine to stymie them.

“And whenever my mother or anyone else well-meaning asks me why I spend so much time in a darkened room, staring at a glowing screen, I answer with a question of my own: Why do you live one life?  As in: Why be content with one life when you could live one thousand and ninety-five?  A few of them are bound to be more interesting that your own.  Or in my case: most of them.”  - Chapter 1, This Book Is Not Yet Rated

Finding a show that’s suitable for both parents and kids (and enjoyable) can be quite a considerable task. Fortunately, The Great British Baking Show enters the puff pastry fold with several seasons currently available on Netflix. What’s even more important - kids will learn more than just how to make a bunch of delicious-looking bakes.

At WonderCon 2019, Fanbase Press' Bryant Dillon talks with directors Sam and Kailey Spear (The Mary Alice Brandon File) about working on their official Alien: The 40th Anniversary short - "Alien: Ore," whether the xenomorph is still scary, and more.

At WonderCon 2019, Fanbase Press' Bryant Dillon talks with actor Cas Anvar (The Expanse, Room) about his work on Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, how Ra's al Ghul's interactions go with The Shredder, and more.

“Between the Panels” is a bi-weekly interview series focusing on comic book creators of all experience levels, seeking to examine not just what each individual creates, but how they go about creating it.

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