From Being Human to The Clone Wars, actor/fanboy Sam Witwer has done it all.  Hear him talk about geeking out, his new (top secret) role on The Clone Wars, and his fake IMDB credits with Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon at the 2011 Saturn Awards!

 

 

 

Fanboy Comics will be posting all of its red carpet interviews and pictures for your viewing pleasure.  Click here for the latest interviews!

 

You can also review a complete list of the 2011 Saturn Award winners.

 


Special thanks to Melanie Marquez and the team at M4PR for a fabulous event, and to Rebecca Lear for her still photography services!

Superman himself Brandon Routh talks to Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon about his favorite film roles at the 2011 Saturn Awards!

 

 

 

Fanboy Comics will be posting all of its red carpet interviews and pictures for your viewing pleasure.  Click here for the latest interviews!

 

You can also review a complete list of the 2011 Saturn Award winners.

 

 


 

Special thanks to Melanie Marquez and the team at M4PR for a fabulous event, and to Rebecca Lear for her still photography services!

Sci-Fi legend and director Bert I. Gordon (Mr. BIG) talks to Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon about his newest project at the 2011 Saturn Awards!

 

 

 

Fanboy Comics will be posting all of its red carpet interviews and pictures for your viewing pleasure.  Click here for the latest interviews!

 

You can also review a complete list of the 2011 Saturn Award winners.

 


Special thanks to Melanie Marquez and the team at M4PR for a fabulous event, and to Rebecca Lear for her still photography services!

Dear Fanboy Comics Readers:

 

The Fanboy Comics Staff attended the 37th Annual Saturn Awards on Thursday, June 23rd, in Burbank, CA.  Created by The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror, the event celebrated the fine work of creators and artists from the past year in TV, film, and theatre.

 

Before the awards were presented, we caught up with the Saturn Award presenters, nominees, and special guests on the red carpet to get the latest news and gossip from your favorite celebrities!  Throughout this week, we will be posting all of our red carpet interviews and pictures for your viewing pleasure.

 

You can also review a complete list of the 2011 Saturn Award winners.

 

Dear Fanboy Comics Readers:

 

The Fanboy Comics Staff attended last night's 37th Annual Saturn Awards in Burbank, CA, celebrating the best in Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror.  Stay tuned to the Fanboy Comics website for lots of interviews and photos from the coolest presenters, nominees, and award winners, including Brandon Routh, Sam Witwer, Kurtwood Smith, Michael Biehn, and more!

 

For now, here is a list of last night's winners!  Congratulations to all, and thank you for your contributions to our favorite TV and movie genres!

 

The End. A Web Series.

The robots have taken over and there are only a few survivors left.
(The End. is a post-apocalyptic buddy comedy.)


Catch a new episode on the Fanboy Comics website every Friday!

 

Starring: Bryan Mayer and Justinh Avery

Directed by Peter Harmon

Written by Bryan Mayer

Director of Photography: Rick Bickerstaff

Edited by Jason Marsh

Sound Design and Sound Editing by Ian Becker

Produced by Bryan Mayer

Co-Produced by Justinh Avery, Peter Harmon, Ian Becker, Rick Bickerstaff, and Jason Marsh

 

I saw one foreign film while at Sundance 2011, a Norwegian picture, aptly named The Troll Hunter. In this documentary-style film, a group of students hunt down an accused bear poacher (Otto Jespersen, a Norwegian comedian and actor) in the hopes of capturing his actions for their documentary on poaching. This unwashed, misanthropic man urges them to leave him alone, but as one of the students (Glenn Erland Tosterud) observes, “Do you think Michael Moore gave up after the first try?” They do not heed his advice. Instead, the students follow him deep into the woods with their camera until they catch him trying to kill gigantic… menacing… TROLLS. The Troll Hunter is full of laughs in this mockumentary film that utilizes engaging actors and a decently smart script; in fact, the only place the movie fails is exactly where we really want it to succeed: the trolls themselves.

As DC’s first big-screen comic book adaptation of the summer, Green Lantern succeeded in providing an entertaining film that captured the spirit of what comic book movies can be: fun for all ages.  

Given the negative buzz from fans and critics, as well as the studio’s last-minute additions to an already massive budget, I went to the theatre expecting to waste two-and-a-half hours of my life, wondering why I had purchased a ticket in the first place.  But, to my surprise, I liked it.  In fact, I had a blast!  

Spoilers ahead.

The End. A Web Series.

The robots have taken over and there are only a few survivors left.
(The End. is a post-apocalyptic buddy comedy.)


Catch a new episode on the Fanboy Comics website every Friday!

 

Starring: Bryan Mayer and Justinh Avery

Directed by Peter Harmon

Written by Bryan Mayer

Director of Photography: Rick Bickerstaff

Edited by Jason Marsh

Sound Design and Sound Editing by Ian Becker

Produced by Bryan Mayer

Co-Produced by Justinh Avery, Peter Harmon, Ian Becker, Rick Bickerstaff, and Jason Marsh

 

I really want to like Brink. Everything from the art style to the world it portrays is fresh and interesting. Brink also incorporates elements of parkour into the shooting genre. Now, there might be one or two of you (I’m not kidding, probably just one or two) who are thinking, “But, what about Mirror’s Edge?” First of all, I love you both. Mirror’s Edge was a phenomenal game, but it wasn’t a shooter. It was a first-person parkour game. Brink is absolutely a shooter, and that’s too bad, because it would have been more interesting the other way.

First, we should discuss the positives of the game. The art style is unbelievably cool. The art is a combination of realism and cartoony that I haven’t seen before. Everybody’s face is stretched out and exaggerated, but the textures are almost hyper-detailed. The result is something awesomely unique.

Another thing I really enjoyed about the game is the setting. Every bit of the environment helps reinforce the story the game is telling. This tiny civil war on the floating city called the Ark is something that really works. Every detail of the environment seems to be there, because of the rebellion on this ship. I won’t get too far into it, but I can tell you that it works.

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