Rock Candy Mountain, written and drawn by Eisner-nominated Kyle Starks, takes its silliness seriously and is serious in a very silly way, and wins because of it. This is a world with hobos, hobo mafias, and Satan. (Literally, the guy with horns makes an appearance.) Ya see, Satan is looking for someone and that someone is Jackson, and Jackson is looking for something and that’s Big Rock Candy Mountain. Yes, from the song.
At WonderCon 2017, Fanbase Press' Bryant Dillon talks with character designer Phil Bourassa (YOUNG JUSTICE, JUSTICE LEAGUE: WAR) about the progression of the visual designs for the characters in TEEN TITANS: THE JUDAS CONTRACT and more.
At WonderCon 2017, Fanbase Press' Bryant Dillon talks with supervising producer James Tucker (BATMAN: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD, BATMAN VS. ROBIN) about adapting TEEN TITANS: THE JUDAS CONTRACT, the possibility of future TEEN TITANS films, and more.
At WonderCon 2017, Fanbase Press' Bryant Dillon talks with actor Stuart Allan (SON OF BATMAN, BATMAN VS. ROBIN) about Damian Wayne's trust issues, his work in TEEN TITANS: THE JUDAS CONTRACT, and more.
At WonderCon 2017, Fanbase Press' Bryant Dillon talks with actor Kari Wahlgren (JUSTICE LEAGUE VS. TEEN TITANS) about returning to the role of Starfire, her work in TEEN TITANS: THE JUDAS CONTRACT, and more.
At WonderCon 2017, Fanbase Press' Bryant Dillon talks with actor Jake T. Austin (WIZARDS OF WAVERLY PLACE) about returning to the role of Blue Beetle, his work in TEEN TITANS: THE JUDAS CONTRACT, and more.
At WonderCon 2017, Fanbase Press' Bryant Dillon talks with actor Brandon Soo Hoo (FROM DUSK TIL DAWN: THE SERIES, TROPIC THUNDER) about returning to the role of Beast Boy, his his work in TEEN TITANS: THE JUDAS CONTRACT, and more.
In the introduction, the writer of the original Aliens comic book, Mark Verheiden, states that in the original publication, they weren’t able to call the characters Newt or Hicks due to interference with the chronology of the third film in the series. I’m ever so happy to report that this has finally been corrected, and everyone will finally be able to see what happened to Newt and Hicks if they weren’t killed like a Shakespearean character – off screen.
You know those days in which it feels like nothing will turn out in your favor; no matter how much you accomplish, nothing goes right for you. Emmy, the protagonist of Harrow County, has had a twenty-two-issue run of this. No matter how hard she tries, there’s something right around the corner to test her, and those things usually pertain to demons and ghosts (Here known as haints.) and god-like brothers and sisters, only now she has to contend with one of her only friends, Bernice.
In this issue, Rani and her team muster up their resources to prepare for the imminent war with the fae. Their initial fight is playfully violent, with spaceman Merlin’s magical help and an amusing use of weaponry after Rani cuts off a faerie’s arm. Rani is a strong, aggressive fighter. Adam P. Knave and D.J. Kirkbride have created a fearless woman who learns how to tap into her inner magical ruler abilities amid a faerie attack brought forth from another realm.