The following is an interview with Tyrone Finch (writer/producer - Station 19) regarding the upcoming release of the graphic novel, Swine, from Humanoids. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Finch about the shared creative process of working with artist Alain Mauricet, why Humanoids is the perfect home for this story, and more!

Tread Perilously is a podcast in which hosts Erik Amaya and author Justin Robinson watch the “worst” episodes of popular TV shows, attempting to determine if they would continue to watch the series based on the most off-key moments.

This Week: Star Trek: Enterprise's "Azati Prime"

Tread Perilously's annual Star Trek month winds down with the Star Trek: Enterprise episode called "Azati Prime."

“Between the Panels” is a bi-weekly interview series focusing on comic book creators of all experience levels, seeking to examine not just what each individual creates, but how they go about creating it.

In this middle-grade graphic novel biography of famed scientist Marie Curie, her family background and scientific details take center stage. This authorized account of her life by two esteemed Danish scientists, Frances Andreasen Østerfelt and Anja Cetti Andersen, walks us through the tumultuous times of living under Czarist rule in 1870s Poland, Marie’s first love, the grit and determination to do well at the Sorbonne, her marriage, and her scientific achievements.  It’s also a primer on how a gifted family survived under oppressive conditions. It is a wonder any of them were able to escape and succeed in their professions, especially the women.  

The following is an interview with artist Chris Anderson regarding the recent launch of the Kickstarter campaign for the comic book series and tie-in RPG, Chaotic Neutral. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Anderson about bringing the essence of role-playing games to Chaotic Neutral, getting inspiration from artists like Errol Otis and Bill Willingham, his process of working with writer and co-creator Mark Sable (Dracula: Son of the Dragon, Miskatonic, Graveyard of Empires), and more!

It's finally here. With the roll of a natural 20, the series finale has arrived. It's only fitting that a series called Die, based on role-playing games, ends at the twentieth issue. So much has happened in the course of the series, and while this review will talk about the final issue, it will also tackle the series as a whole.

Synder and Soule are back at it again with another issue of one of the most terrifying and prescient series out there.

The following is an interview with Mark Sable regarding the recent launch of the Kickstarter campaign for the comic book series and tie-in RPG, Chaotic Neutral. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Sable about the creative process of bringing this story to life with co-creator and artist Chris Anderson (Heavy Metal, Lost Angels), the great backer rewards available to supporters, and more!

I am tied at the hip to Erica Slaughter’s journey. I care so much about this character, as much as I do about Ripley from the Alien franchise, or Lisbeth Salander from The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo series. Entering into this story arc, we know how the events will turn out, but not why, and not to what extent it reveals to us huge chunks of this mythology and the other characters.

With issue #5, the story opens up and the Berzerker deepens. BRZRKR has been following a path. A scientist (trying to help the Berkzerker in exchange for his help) has been cutting into who our hero is through his past and present in an attempt to help him become a mortal. Since the Berzerker can’t die, he’s been America’s wrecking ball, going on covert ops missions, dropping out of airplanes, and laying destruction every where he goes. He was born for it, or was he trained for it? Did his father turn him into a killing machine? Two big questions exist at the center of this story: What makes us who we are, and how do we stop being that person?

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