The following is an interview with writer David Parkin about his work on the rock-a-billy western comic, The Devil is Due in Dreary, published by Ardden Entertainment.

Parkin talks to Fanboy Comics President Bryant Dillon about the supernatural folklore behind The Devil is Due in Dreary, the book’s impressive creative team (including cover artist Alex Sanchez), and his dream cross-over comic book!

This interview was conducted on Thursday, November 3, 2011.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Kristopher White is the creator and writer of the graphic novel, The 36.  The story is based on the Kabbalistic belief that there are 36 people in the world upon whom it is saved by their simple existence.

 

At Comikaze Expo 2011, he talked with Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon about the release of the first issue, the success of The 36’s Kickstarter campaign, and the multitude of ways that fans can pick up their own copy!

This interview was conducted on Saturday, November 5, 2011.

 

 

 

 

Fanboy Comics will continue to post all of its interviews, photos, and commentaries from Comikaze Expo 2011.  Click here for the latest coverage!

 

 

The following is an interview with Shawn Tutt of the California Browncoats, a registered non-profit charity with a mission to promote Firefly, Serenity, and their fandom through charitable works.

Tutt talks to Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon about the purpose behind the California Browncoats and how they are continuing to carry Whedon’s “shiny” torch at the first ever Comikaze Expo!

This interview was conducted on Saturday, November 5, 2011.

 

 

 

 

Fanboy Comics will continue to post all of its interviews, photos, and commentaries from Comikaze Expo 2011.  Click here for the latest coverage!

 

 

 

By Michael Fitzgerald Troy

 

It's a darn good thing Pan Am makes international flights, because this week's episode was all over the place. Don't get me wrong, I am still in love with the concept, style, and potential of the series; I just think it is suffering a little bit of an identity crisis.

After 7 episodes, you would think it would be a little more solid in conception. This week had the girls boozing it up and playing truth or dare on the plane. Perhaps, this was an attempt to create a Sex and the City-type camaraderie amongst the otherwise chemistry-less cast. I like the girls, but there is a serious lack of buyable bonding betwixt them.

By Michael Fitzgerald Troy

 

Glamour and Glitter fashion and fame - Dazzler's my name! Say what? With the recent release of the Jem DVD box set, it got me reminiscing. I always had a love/hate relationship with the pink-haired pop punkette of the '80s. I truly, truly, truly enjoyed watching the Jem cartoon with my baby sister, Kelly. The drama of Jem vs. The Misfits was epic. Who needs Knots Landing when you have cat fights and day glow hairdos all rolled into one. (Just kidding, EVEYONE needs Knots Landing!) The hate part comes from my disdain for the dolls based on the cartoon. They were hideous with big, ole' jugheads of ghastly proportions. Not to mention the ugliest faces this side of 818. Ah well, it's the closest we'll ever get to a Xanadu cartoon! (OMG! That would be so cool!) And, it was good, damn it!

By Michael Fitzgerald Troy

 

'Cause I am not a word, I am not a line.

I am not a girl that can ever be defined.


Storm burst onto the comic scene in the '70s as a member of the all new, all different gaggle of rag tag outlaw mutants, the Uncanny X-men. A silver-haired, blue-eyed African Goddess, she had me at "hullo." Created by Len Wein and designed by Dave Cockrum, her original costume is my favorite to date. (Although, Tim Gunn would likely have a field day with it. "Who is this woman and where is she going? She looks like a drag queen prostitute attending a hooker convention!")

The following is an interview with writer Tony Caballero about his work on the top-rated Lifetime Original Movie, Magic Beyond Words: The J.K. Rowling Story.

 

Below, Caballero talks to Fanboy Comics President Bryant Dillon about how he got involved in Magic Beyond Words, his first experiences with Harry Potter, his writing process, and an exciting, upcoming project based on another popular young adult book series!

 

This interview was conducted on Thursday, November 3rd, 2011.

 

 

 

Nice Bieber!

By Michael Fitzgerald Troy

 

I don't get it. The first time I heard of Justin Bieber, I had overheard two middle-aged women talking about a recent talk show appearance, getting more hot and bothered the more they talked about the pubescent pop sensation.

What are they saying? Beaver? Beeper? Ah, who gives a crap? I don't get it.

By Michael Fitzgerald Troy

 

Release the crack-whore! Okay, before we get started, let me just say that this is NOT an anti-Kardashian article. I've just been dying to use that opening line. I actually like the Kardashians. Really. Okay, I may be a little biased, as they were the catalyst for my 15 nano seconds of fame. I had the privilege of interviewing Kim (along with Carmen Electra) promoting Disaster Movie at Comic-Con in San Diego a few years back for a web show. They even aired 2 seconds of the infamous interview on Keeping Up with the Kardashians. Thanks to E!'s heavy repeat rotation schedule, I'm recognized at the grocery store by my big gay voice to this day.

By Michael Fitzgerald Troy

 

Put your trays in the upright position and prepare for landing. Although it hasn't been exactly smooth sailing for ABC's nighttime soap about Barbies in the sky, it has gotten better with each episode, and this week proves to be no exception, as we finally delve into the background of my favorite stewardess, Maggie (portrayed by the always fabulous Christina Ricci).

As much as I cared for the feisty, pint-sized pixie with a bit of a mouth on her, there seemed to be something a little manufactured and forced about the character and now we know why. It seems Maggie doesn't officially meet up to Pan Am's strict policies of Stepford perfection. She's a fraud. A fake. She doesn't even speak Portuguese for the love of Cuban Pete! She learned it from her tyrannical Portuguese boss as- gasp! A waitress! Not that there's anything wrong with that. I come from a long line of proud hash slingers.

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