At the 42nd Annual Saturn Awards, Fanbase Press' Barbra Dillon chats with William Shatner (Star Trek) about his advice for the cast of the new Trek series and more.

Today's the day we've all been waiting for: the release of Wonder Woman #1 by Greg Rucka and Liam Sharp. My thoughts on that next week. (Apparently, I'm not important enough to get an advanced copy.)

“Lately, I’ve noticed that everyone seems to trust me. It’s quite unnerving. I’m still getting used to it. Next thing I know, people are going to be inviting me to their homes for dinner.”
“Well, if it makes you feel any better, I promise I will never have you over.”
“I appreciate that, Chief.”
    -- Garak and O’Brien

Let’s pretend you’re being forced to fight a member of the DS9 crew. Not sure why this is happening, it just is. In the usual Star Trek scenario, it would be Q forcing some kind of gladiatorial match to prove something about human nature, but he’s been scared of Sisko ever since the Emissary knocked him on his omnipotent ass. So, it’s one of those thought experiments. The point is, who are you going to pick?

The following is an interview with Alicia Conway Rock, director of the show, All the Best Killers Are Librarians, which premiered at the Hollywood Fringe Festival earlier this month in Los Angeles, CA. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Rock about how the show came to be, its success with Sacred Fool's late-night competition (Serial Killers), what she hopes that audiences will take away from the show, and more!

The following is an interview with the creative team behind the show, Up Down Stick Stuck, which premiered at the Hollywood Fringe Festival earlier this month in Los Angeles, CA. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with the team about Ray Burley Productions (the ensemble behind the show), the creative process of its team members, what they hope readers will take away from the show, and more!

The following is an interview with Kristin Mothersbaugh on her one-woman show, Get Over Yourself, which will premiere at the Hollywood Fringe Festival this month in Los Angeles, CA. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Mothersbuagh about the inspiration behind the show, her creative process, what she hopes that audiences will take away from the show, and more!

The following is an interview with Fernando Belo (director), Amanda Jane Shank (playwright), Nora King (producer), and Emily Mae Heller (producer), the creative team behind the one-act, Thirteen's Spring, which premiered at the Hollywood Fringe Festival this month in Los Angeles, CA. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Belo, Shank, and Heller about their inspiration for bringing Anne Frank's story to the stage, their creative process in working together, The Moving Art Creative and its development of the show, and more!

The following is an interview with Brett Epstein, playwright of the one-act, #WhaleFail, which premiered at the Hollywood Fringe Festival this month in Los Angeles, CA. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Epstein about the creative process behind the show, his inspiration for events of the 2010 SeaWorld tragedy to the sage, what he hopes that audiences will take away from the show, and more!

“If you can’t have victory, sometimes, you just have to settle for revenge.”
    -- Michael Eddington

In the old days, it was an unspoken rule that television series lasted seven years. Oh sure, there were outliers. Gunsmoke lasted from the invention of the television until the eventual heat death of the universe. But for the most part, there were two milestones. The first was 100 episodes, which was the syndication barrier, ensuring that any show that made it would continue to be a cash cow long after its cancellation. The second was that seventh season, when a beloved institution would take its graceful bow and exit the stage.

Last Wednesday saw the the release of Wonder Woman: Rebirth. The story, while well written by Greg Rucka and beautifully illustrated by Matthew Clark and Liam Sharp, served merely as a prelude to next week's Wonder Woman #1.

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