Going Gaga Digital MTBy Michael Fitzgerald Troy



After seeing a copy of Michael Fitzgerald Troy's pop culture mash-up tribute comic book Going Gaga! at Comic-Con this year, Mother Monster tweeted, "So Cool! Someone found this at Comic-Con. Can I buy it pleasssee!!!"  The tweet heard 'round the world; Facebook and Twitter started blowing up in a man hunt for Michael Troy, as little, devoted "Monsters" everywhere were clamoring to find the book for their musical matriarch.  After posting it on Facebook, Gaga talks and fans listen to the tune of 72,0000 plus "likes." Further proving the power of Twitter, the story of Lady Gaga's comic book endorsement spread to the likes of MTV Style, Gaystar News, and several news outlets in Italy! (Ciao, Gaga!)

The bad news is that the small print run book has sold out.  The good news is that the book is now available for digital download for the discount price of only $1.99 via Mydigitalcomics.com.  And, another print run of the book is being planned.

 

Batman and Psychology - LangleyAt San Diego Comic-Con 2012, Dr. Travis Langley talks with Fanboy Comics Creative Director Sam Rhodes about his book, Batman and Psychology: A Dark and Stormy Knight. Dr. Langley also shares which other superheroes he wants to see on his couch, his predictions for the upcoming film, The Dark Knight Rises, and how Batman has his own unique super power.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Raw StudiosAt San Diego Comic-Con 2012, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with actor Thomas Jane (The Punisher) and artist Tim Bradstreet (Vampire: The Masquerade) about their work with Raw Studios, the release of the Dark Country graphic novel, and what fans can expect from their Saturday panel at the convention.


 

 

 

 

 

Happy Anniversa-Con MTBy Michael Fitzgerald Troy




The cutest couple I know and the heart and soul of Fanboy Comics could only be cuter if they had their honeymoon at Comic-Con.

Oh, wait . . . they did!  Happy Anniversa-Con, guys!

 

 

Ichabod JonesThe following is an interview with Russell Nohelty, who is the creator of the Ichabod Jones: Monster Hunter series from Viper Comics.  In this interview, Fanboy Comics President Bryant Dillon talks with Nohelty about the anti-hero that is his title character, the future for Ichabod Jones, and why digital comics are here to stay.

This interview was conducted on July 4, 2012.

 

Buy Indie Comics logoThe following is an interview with Dale Wilson, who is the creator and Editor-in-Chief of BuyIndieComics.com, a comic book website and promotional outlet that offers great opportunities for independent creators.  In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with Wilson about the opportunities available for indie creators on Buy Indie Comics, the benefits of digital comics, and how you can bring your work to a larger audience.

This interview was conducted on July 1, 2012.

 

Marten WeberMostly known for writing intelligent, gay erotica, Marten Weber dips his toe in the geek pool with his first science fiction novel, Bodensee.  A decided departure from the "Papi Porn" of Weber's more widely known tales of Cassanova's younger, gayer brother "Benedetto" and a not-so-angelic fallen angel, "Gabriel," Bodensee is a thrilling, page-turning epic.  Described as "a modern mash-up of Henry James meets The Matrix," sign me up!

This interview was conducted on June 26, 2012.

Cars LandYesterday, I finally hit Cars Land at California Adventure to see what all of the hype was about.  The rumors that it's crowded are true, but here are three tips to take with you the next time you visit the park.  I also included some fun photos from the day.  I will be doing a few Disney posts throughout the year as I put my new Annual Pass to good use.

Starbootylicious MTBy Michael Fitzgerald Troy



Disclaimer: The following is purely fan fic and should be treated as such.  The wild delusions of Michael Troy are intended for nothing more than a quick guffaw.

The DC Universe has gone kaput yet again, and this time the finger on the trigger of the gun is pointing to the past.  The DCU is born again in the '70s. Meet the revised heroes in the demented eyes of Michael Troy in the days of disco, free love, and killer dance beats.

Dust off your bell bottoms and enjoy!

Stephen FrostThe following is an interview with comic book writer Stephan Frost, whose recently published the title Mortifera through Sea Lion Books.  In this interview, Fanboy Comics Contributor Kristine Chester talks with Frost about his background in video games, the challenges of placing his story in the Dark Ages, and how metal had its own influence on Mortifera.

This interview was conducted on June 26, 2012.

 

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