Issue #6 of Cullen Bunn, Brian Hurtt, and Bill Crabtree’s The Damned saw Eddie kill himself, so he could go into the afterlife to find his dead mother. Watching over his dead body is his brother, Morgan. Morgan is watching over Eddie’s corpse, because a bunch of gangster demons want Eddie. Eddie is cursed - or gifted, depending on your point of view, for when anyone touches his dead body, that person dies and Eddie comes back to life. 1920s gangsters, demons, curses, and the afterlife.
The following is an interview with Ned Donovan regarding the launch of the second season of the web series, The Hunted: Encore. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Donovan about the inspiration for the series, what he hopes that viewers will take away from the show, his plans for future projects, and more!
If you are looking for a good gangster story, then The Legend of Pinky is your book. Written and illustrated by Craig Johnson II, the comic follows mobster “Pinky” Horwitz’s life of crime in New York City during the 1920s.
At the TCL Chinese Theater, Fanbase Press President Bryant Dillon talks with producer Michael Jelenic (Teen Titans Go!, Batman vs. Two-Face) about his work on Scooby-Doo & Batman: The Brave and the Bold, bringing these two iconic franchises together, and more.
At the TCL Chinese Theater, Fanbase Press President Bryant Dillon talks with actor Kate Micucci (Ducktales, Steven Universe) about her work on Scooby-Doo & Batman: The Brave and the Bold, the character of Velma, and more.
Knight in the Snake Pit #1 is a chilling comic that tells the beginning of the story of Allister Ward, a man who wakes up in an asylum with no memories and no concept of why he’s there. Madness is the only constant in Allister’s life, and the text follows him as he moves between a confusing, maddening reality and paranoid episodes with narrative coherence and structure far beyond what he experiences otherwise.
Imagine in the near future, a world in which technology has been developed that will end death and suffering through loss. Getting there, though, will cost the lives of 30 million people, raising philosophical questions regarding mortality and heated religious debates accusing corporations of playing god. This is the setting of The Resurrected, the first comic book series from a new independent publishing company, Carnouche Productions.
Hope. That is one of my favorite things about Wonder Woman. She is a symbol of hope for a good today and a better tomorrow. Wonder Woman doesn’t give up; she always fights the good fight, no matter how hopeless and dire the situation may be - without question, without hesitation.
At the TCL Chinese Theater, Fanbase Press President Bryant Dillon talks with actor Diedrich Bader (American Housewife, Office Space) about his work on Scooby-Doo: Batman: The Brave and the Bold, his love of comic books and the Batman character, and more.