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At the The Death of 'Superman Lives:' What Happened? premiere, Fanboy Comics' Bryant Dillon talks with director Jon Schnepp about the origin of his documentary, if Superman Lives could get made today, and more.

*Please note that this article is an opinion-editorial.

There is a certain faction of characters that are highly revered, extremely popular, and continuously raked through the coals. Writers love to torture, twist, and, sometimes, even kill theses characters. What is it about them? Why are they so fun to torture? What makes writers so eager to be their personal tour guide through hell? I guess it has something to do with building character. As Kelly Clarkson sings, "What doesn't kill you makes you stronger . . . " But, damn.

The following is an interview with writer/artist David Flores (Dead Future King) who recently compiled a series of illustrations inspired by the sci-fi film, Ex Machina. In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with Flores about what connected with him from the film, his creative process in completing the illustrations, and what he hopes that audiences will take away from the illustrations and the film!

*Please note that this article is an opinion-editorial.

In a strange turn of events in recent "really big" news, Olympic Legend Bruce Jenner shared with Diane Sawyer his story of inner struggle with gender identity, and X-Men founding father Bobby Drake (a.k.a. Iceman) was outed as gay by fellow teammate Jean Grey.

“Trakor’s Fourth Prophecy says that the Emissary will face a fiery trial, and he’ll be forced to choose . . . ”
     -- Vedek Yarka

The most fascinating thing about the Bajoran religion is that their gods are real. I’ve touched on this a few times, but this is the episode that really begins to examine what that might mean.

During Star Wars Celebration 2015, Fanboy Comics President Bryant Dillon stopped by the Fantasy Flight Games booth to discuss the amazing miniature games, including Star Wars: Armada, Star Wars: X-Wing, and more.

The following is an interview with Jim Kersey. In this interview, Fanboy Comics Contributor Madeleine Holly-Rosing chats with Kersey about his inspiration for his web comics, the influence of 3D design on his work, and the countless other projects and collaborations on which he is working!

Listen to the first 12 minutes of the Star Wars Celebration 2015 press conference for Star Wars Rebels, featuring questions answered by the cast and creators behind the hit animated series.


“It’s been my observation that you humanoids have a hard time giving up the things you love, no matter how much they might hurt you.”
     -- Odo

In every stage of the writing process, there is a disconnect. The first is between your mind and what ends up on the page. You picture the most awesome, innovative scenes ever, fraught with emotions and big ideas but only in dreamlike glimpses. When you set it down, it’s usually a pale echo of what you wanted, with only flashes of that incredible story in your mind. When you’re writing for another medium, like film, TV, or comics, the next disconnect is what’s on the page versus what ends up drawn or filmed. There are realities like, how well does your artist read? How much budget do you have for this spectacular effect? This is how Star Trek ends up with aliens made out of what looks like an old carpet covered in pizza stains, or this week’s episode which has what Nana Visitor described as “a giant sundae with my head as the cherry.”

At Star Wars Celebration 2015, Fanboy Comics' Barbra and Bryant Dillon attended the Star Wars Comes Home to Marvel panel, featuring Marvel Executive Editor C.B. Cebulski, Marvel Editor Jordan White, Lucasfilm Senior Editor Jennifer Heddle, and Lucasfilm's Leland Chee, as they discussed the new era of the Star Wars canon comic book series being published by Marvel Comics.

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