Karuna TanahashiAt San Diego Comic-Con 2012, Fanboy Comics President Bryant Dillon interviews Karuna Tanahashi and talked about her many talents, including (but not limited to) song writing, film making, and fire dancing! Yep. Fire dancing.

 

 

 

 

 

Dave KellettAt San Diego Comic-Con 2012, cartoonist Dave Kellett talks with Fanboy Comics Creative Director Sam Rhodes about his ongoing comics, Drive and Sheldon, as well as his documentary (Stripped) chronicling the changing nature of cartooning as print becomes less viable.

 

 

 

 

 

To Read ListThe To Read List:

A Tale of Sand by Ramón K. Pérez
Moriarty: the Dark Chamber by Daniel Corey, Anthony Diecidue, Perry Freeze, and Dave Lanphear
Umbrella Academy: Apocalypse Suite by Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba
The Light by Nathan Edmondson and Brett Weldele
Lost Dogs by Jeff Lemire
The Underwater Welder by Jeff Lemire
Skullkickers Vol. 1 & 2 by Jim Zub, Edwin Huang, and Misty Coats
Siegfried by Alex Alice

The Arcs Prologue CoverAt San Diego Comic-Con 2012, artist Matt Jacobs talks with Fanboy Comics Creative Director Sam Rhodes about his work on The Arcs, an upcoming FBC graphic novel written by Michael D. Poisson, as well as what he's looking forward to at Comic-Con 2012!

 

 

 

 

 

Smart Pop Preview 2012At San Diego Comic-Con 2012, Fanboy Comics President Bryant Dillon interviews Leah Wilson and James Lowder about the awesome, new Smart Pop Book, Beyond the Wall, which cracks open the world of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series. They also talk about what Smart Pop Books is, why they're guaranteed to have a book for you, and, when winter comes, the house with which they will align themselves.

 

 

 

 

 

JL with Review52 Catch Up is a series devoted to looking at issues from DC's New 52 and seeing how they're faring now that they're underway, why they're worth reading (or not), and places we hope they will go in time.

 

 

Concept:

Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Aquaman, and Cyborg join forces to fight the battles none of them could handle on their own.  They are the Justice League.


 

MAJOR SPOILERS BELOW

 

SW Darth Maul Death Sentence 1The Phantom Menace is inarguably the worst movie in the Star Wars series.  So, it was odd that Darth Maul, one of the few enjoyable factors of that movie, was killed off and would not fight another day . . . or so we thought.

Debris 1Fanboy Comics Contributor Jason Enright brings you his top comic book picks for the week.

 

Debris #1
by Kurtis J. Wiebe and Riley Rossmo

Image gives us another great new series with Debris. In this series, Wiebe and Rossmo tell the tale of Maya, a young warrior protecting the last remnants of humanity on a world covered with trash where spirits animate the debris into giant monsters. This book has a simple but effective art style that allows Rossmo to deliver strong emotion on one page and intense action on the next. Wiebe does a nice job balancing the action with the exposition needed to set up his new world. Even cooler, his awesome female action hero really lets loose and kicks some serious butt, which is always nice to see. If you like a good mix of sci-fi and fantasy with a fully clothed female protagonist (gasp!), then check out Debris!

Batman animatedThe Top Four series looks at certain aspects of the comic book world from two perspectives: Rob’s, as a relative newcomer to mainstream comics, and Kristine’s, as an older hand in the world.  Each installment evaluates the top four choices from both Rob and Kristine and why they chose their picks.



By Robert J. Baden and Kristine Chester

 

 

While there haven’t been that many shows based on comic books, there are still quite a few out there, and we grew up watching cartoons of comic characters as a supplement, or even as a replacement, for the comics themselves.  Despite the fact that we’re now adults, we still enjoy the cartoons based on comics, including such recent titles as Young Justice and Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes.  We also watch many of the live action shows which drew their inspiration from comics with titles like Smallville and The Walking Dead, still fresh or currently in the public eye.  As such, we’ve identified the shows (based on comic books) that we believe are the best.

 

 

SPOILERS BELOW

 

 

Dragon AgeThe Dragon Age video games have become known for their intricate plot lines and intriguing characters, and the new graphic novel from Dark Horse brings the best aspects of the video game to the printed page. Gaider and Freed weave an interesting tale that spins out of the previous video games without relying on them too much.

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