At San Diego Comic-Con 2016, Fanbase Press President Bryant Dillon talks with producer Bruce Timm (Batman: The Animated Series) about his work on The Killing Joke, why the iconic story is important to the Batman mythos, and more.

At San Diego Comic-Con 2016, Fanbase Press President Bryant Dillon talks with actor Ray Wise (Twin Peaks, Agent Carter) about his work on The Killing Joke, if he had any hesitation about taking the role, and more.

At San Diego Comic-Con 2016, Fanbase Press President Bryant Dillon talks with actor Kevin Conroy (Batman: The Animated Series) about his work on The Killing Joke, why the the iconic story is important to the Batman mythos, and more.

At San Diego Comic-Con 2016, Fanbase Press President Bryant Dillon talks with writer Phillip Kennedy Johnson (Last Sons of America) about his work on Warlords of Appalachia (BOOM! Studios), his musical background, and more.

At San Diego Comic-Con 2016, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon talks with Tia Vasiliou and Matt Kolowski of The ComiXologist Podcast about their work on the show, trends in the comic industry, and more.

As dusk waned, creators and publishers from the comics industry gathered for the “Oscars” of the industry, the 28th Annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards on Friday, July 22, at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront. Administrator of the awards, editor, and publisher Jackie Estrada opened the ceremonies by explaining the voting and nomination process, followed by thanking sponsors and organizers of the event. Then, she introduced the special host of the evening, actor John Barrowman, known for his roles on Arrow and Torchwood, but who has also co-written with his sister Carole for Arrow: The Dark Archer (DC) and Torchwood (Titan). He was the perfect choice: representing both comics and Hollywood.

“I will teach you what you need to know to be a warrior, and you will teach me what I need to know to be a father.”
    -- Lt. Commander Worf

Giving a character family is always a tricky proposition. On one hand, it anchors them to reality, making them relatable to the large swaths of the viewing audience who have families. On the other, it saddles you with a bunch of ancillary characters who, by definition, don’t do a whole lot for your narrative. If their purpose is to contrast with the major character’s crazy life, a.k.a. The Skyler White Dilemma, they have to be boring to serve a purpose in the story. If they’re too focused on the major character, it feels like they have no lives of their own. And let’s be honest, who needs a stinking kid on your show?

In case you missed my review of Spectrum #0, here’s a short synopsis of everything you need to know to understand Spectrum’s place in the macro-verse of Con Man and Firefly.

Let me catch my breath. I don't even know where to begin. The new Wonder Woman movie trailer that debuted at San Diego Comic-Con last week is flawless... absolutely flawless!!!

At San Diego Comic-Con 2016, Fanbase Press' Bryant Dillon talks with writer Jody Houser about her work on the new DC Comics series, Mother Panic.

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