"Creating Fandoms” is a monthly editorial series by the Fanbase Press staff that will focus on the comic books, graphic novels, and other creative endeavors produced by Fanbase Press. With a focus on the creators involved, behind-the-scenes revelations, and advanced previews of things to come, this featured series will be your ticket to a sneak peek at what's being built inside the Fanbase.

Scott Larson’s Visitations #3: Mayhem at the Levee displays a slightly different storytelling style than his first two explorations into the ghostly history of Chicago.  A mysterious woman known only as The Aviator receives a visitor who asks her to use the mysterious book, The True Annals of Chicago: The Victoria Era, to look into a tale from the city’s sordid past, when debauchery was confined to a region known as The Levee.

The following is an interview with director Vivienne De Courcy regarding her new film, Dare to Be Wild, which recently released through Netflix. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with De Courcy about the inspiration behind the film, her creative process in working with the cast and crew, what she hopes that viewers will take away from Dare to Be Wild, and more!

The Geeky Parent Guide is celebrating its first anniversary this week. During the GPG’s first year, we’ve taken a look at many different geeky things – theme parks, board games, recommendations for summer viewing and holiday gifts, comic books, movies, and explorations of the International Space Station, Goddard Visitor Center, and NASA missions to Mars.

At WonderCon 2018, Fanbase Press' Bryant Dillon talks with screenwriters Eric Garcia and Leo Chu (Supah Ninjas, Afro Samurai) about their work on Batman Ninja, their favorite pop culture ninjas, and more.

At WonderCon 2018, Fanbase Press' Bryant Dillon talks with actor Adam Croasdell (Reign, NCIS) about his work on Batman Ninja, the character of Alfred Pennyworth, and more.

At WonderCon 2018, Fanbase Press' Bryant Dillon talks with actor Eric Bauza (Transformers: Robots in Disguise, Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) about his work on Batman Ninja, the character of Two-Face, and more.

The following is an interview with comedian Danny Lobell on new comic book series, Fair Enough. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Lobell about the inspiration behind the series, his work with illustrator Amy Hay, what he hopes that readers will take away from the series, and more!

A few months back, my son started watching Sesame Street, and I was excited for him to learn from all of the great Muppet characters. But I wasn’t expecting to gain a new appreciation for the show. Unbeknownst to me, Sesame Street has a history of tapping into popular culture. From Monsterpiece Theater to Crumby Pictures, Sesame Street has created many great parodies of TV shows, films, and plays. The parodies are deliciously fun for adults and often educational for children. In 2014, San Diego Comic-Con even hosted a panel with the show’s performers and executive producer discussing 45 years of spoofs. So, I decided to find the best examples of spoofs that pay homage to geek culture. Below are 13 geeky and awesome examples.

Hello, fellow Amazons, Manazons, and Glamazons! Wonder Woman Wednesday became Wonder Woman Tuesday as Lynda Carter received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Tuesday, April 3, at 11:30 a.m. in Los Angeles.

Of course, I needn’t remind you that Lynda is the most iconic version of Wonder Woman that I believe we have ever had, and that is how most people know her and how most people know Wonder Woman. Of course, there’s more to Lynda than that. She’s an actress, model, beauty queen, award-winning voice-over actress, and talented jazz singer! (I’ve seen her twice!) I think it’s easy to agree that it was Lynda who really brought the character to life, giving us a loving, compassionate Wonder Woman with a great heart, undeniable beauty, and feminine strength.

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