As a special feature of The Fanbase Weekly podcast, the Fanbase Feature focuses on and celebrates a specific element of geek culture.
In this Fanbase Feature, Fanbase Press co-founders Barbra and Bryant Dillon and special guests Lonnie Millsap (Reuben Award-nominated cartoonist – Bacön), Justin Peniston (writer – Hunter Black, Avengers Assemble), Phillip Kelly (Fanbase Press Contributor), and Chris Thorne (sketch card artist – Star Wars, The Walking Dead) participate in a thorough retrospective discussion regarding Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) in light of the film’s 10th anniversary, with topics including the film’s incredible visual style, the moral failings of the titular character, the crazy alternate endings to the film, and more. (Beware: SPOILERS for Scott Pilgrim vs. the World abound in this panel discussion!)
Cast members: Lonnie Millsap (Reuben Award-nominated cartoonist – Bacön), Justin Peniston (writer – Hunter Black, Avengers Assemble), Phillip Kelly (Fanbase Press Contributor), Chris Thorne (sketch card artist – Star Wars, The Walking Dead), Barbra Dillon (Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief), and Bryant Dillon (Fanbase Press President, writer of Identity Thief, Something Animal)
This month’s sponsor: All episodes of The Fanbase Weekly Podcast this month are sponsored by the comic book series, Killswitch. Killswitch is a cyberpunk action comic, exploring themes of guilt, social justice, and what we owe to each other as fellow humans. It’s a story of self-acceptance, of change, and of hope. And it’s also about a prison break from a comet orbiting the sun. Written by Tilly and Susan Bridges, with stunning art by Walter Geovani, vibrant colors by Brittany Peer, and immaculate letters by Simon Bowland and Ed Dukeshire. The digital and printed versions of the trade paperback collecting the entire miniseries are available now at killswitchcomic.com.
The Fanbase Weekly Theme Song Written and Performed by: Adam WarRock
The Fanbase Weekly Theme Song Produced by: Mikal kHill
Episode Photo by: Bryant Dillon