Exciting events are ahead for Felicia Day's Geek & Sundry, as the digital entertainment company has unveiled the trailer for its upcoming superhero comedy digital series, Caper. Set to release in February of 2014, Caper will be a show that puts the "crime" back in crime fighting. Directed by Donald Murphy (Savages, No Country for Old Men), Caper is a fun and colorful comedy about friendship, community, and what it takes to be a hero. For a first look at the superhero show, we hope that you'll enjoy the new trailer below.
Steampunk fans, rejoice! Back by popular demand, the creators of Boston Metaphysical Society have returned to Kickstarter to fund the print version of the sci-fi, action/adventure series' third issue. Series creator Madeleine Holly-Rosing is hoping to raise $3,000 to cover the printing costs of Issue #3, as well as the costs for the campaign's incentives, shipping, postage, and fees. Having already surpassed the Kickstarter funding goal, your support could mean the attainment of BMS' stretch goal: the printing of Issue #4!
According to Merriam Webster, the word “outré” means “violating convention or propriety” or “bizarre.” Upon reading that the theme of issue two of the free comic anthology Outré was “hopelessness,” I was ready to jump on board with the standard definition for the work; however, by the end of the volume I, realized that outré has another meaning in this instance: unique, different, and utterly engaging.
Comic book publisher Top Cow will soon be releasing Issue #8 of Cyber Force on Wednesday, January 29th, written by Marc Silvestri and illustrated by Marco Turini. The publisher has been very generous to the Fanboy Comics staff, as we are now able to share an advance preview of Issue #8!
Online comic book platform Tapastic has made news again today when it announced its recent partnership with South Korean webcomic provider Daum Communications to bring the art of visual storytelling to audiences around the world. For full details regarding the partnership and the titles that the companies will provide to audiences, please see the full press release below.
It's just another adventure for Captain Jane Tiberia Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise. That's right, you're probably used to Jim Kirk, but after reading this issue, you won't think twice about this gender-swapped crew.
This is the 1st of two reviews of My Little Pony: Episode #20. Why two? Easy. One is my view of this comic from the perspective of a comic book reviewer talking about a children’s comic and giving it an honest assessment of its virtues and areas that might need work. The other is my sarcastic, direct, and very much adult, spoiler-filled review of the same comic. I’ve read the comic three times in a row now and feel like I might be ready for this . . . but your guess is as good as mine on how this little experiment is going to play out. That said, there is an interactive angle to this review, if anyone cares to finish the whole thing. Let’s see . . .
Ladies and gentlemen, I am pleased to say that the Mr. Peabody and Sherman comic is back in full force. If you’ll recall, after a stellar beginning, the next couple of issues weren’t quite up to par. But, Issue #4 may very well be the best of the lot. The puns are terrible (in the best way), the stories are silly, the historical figures are clueless, and it’s packed with obscure references. I laughed and smiled my way through the whole thing.
Superman: Golden Age Sundays is a collection of Superman Sunday newspaper comics from 1943-1946. Though, in many ways, the adventures are similar to the ones in the comic books of the day, they’re very different in terms of format.
You're invited to join Fanboy Comics for a graphic novel signing on Wednesday, February 5, 2014, from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at Brave New World Comics in Newhall, CA!
The creators (Michael Poisson, Matt Jacobs, and Oceano Ransford) of The Arcs, Fanboy Comics' latest graphic novel, will be on hand to sign copies of the book. In addition, copies of FBC's previous graphic novels, Identity Thief and Something Animal, will be available for sale. Fans who stop by the store will have a chance to pick up their very own signed copies and purchase the official Fanboy Comics t-shirt, so that they can show their geek pride in style.