With several projects already in the works this year, production company MOnsterworks66 continues to impress with the announcement of a new project called Our Zombie Mother, which will be released in collaboration with Patrick Griffin of Griffin Studios LA and Committed Artists Entertainment. Our Zombie Mother is a new online series that will feature two children who wake up to find their mother has turned into a zombie! The series is currently in post-production, and it will target both children and adults.
For full details regarding the upcoming web series, please see Our Zombie Mother's official press release below.
The New Marvel is a series that looks at the changes that the mega-comic empire made following the events of Avengers vs. X-Men and the impact that those changes have on the stories of Marvel NOW! Six issues (or more) into each Marvel NOW! title, we see what our favorite characters are up to and what to keep an eye out for in the future.
The best of the best, as he is known to be, a lonesome warrior trying to be more than the killer he was trained as. A man who strives to be a leader, a good person, and a team player, who more often than not has to go out on his own and settle things the only way he knows how—with blunt force trauma. A soldier, ninja, samurai, and X-Man, James “Logan” Howlett is the one person, man, and mutant that you don’t want to tick off. If you do, the last thing you’ll scream in your mind is his name: Wolverine.
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I’ve talked in a previous article about how Megatokyo was the first webcomic I read when I started reading them when I was an undergrad slaving away at my homework, so it shouldn’t be a surprise that I wanted to report on this interesting idea that the comic’s creator/artist—Fred Gallagher—has decided to crowdfund. For those who have read the comic, Fred has often talked about making a game of the characters, but because art is not an always lucrative field—especially for those who decide to do webcomics—this has not been a possibility until now. I give you the Megatokyo Visual Novel Game, a story told in traditional Japanese game style starring the characters of the most unusual group of American sight-seers around.
At the 2013 Saturn Awards, actor Ellen Greene (Hannibal, Little Shop of Horrors) talks with Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon about her work on Hannibal, the recent anniversary screening of Little Shop of Horrors, and more.
At the 2013 Saturn Awards, actor Noah Wyle (Falling Skies, ER) talks with Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon about his hope for another season of Falling Skies, the challenges of green screen acting, and more.
Matt Palazzolo is the creator, writer, and co-star of 'Bloomers,' a new online sitcom about "grown-ups growing up in LA." In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with Palazzolo about the continuation of 'Bloomers: Season 2,' the inclusion of guest star Sean Hemeon from 'Husbands,' and a few details about his upcoming feature film, 'Real Heroes.'
Great news, Buffy fans!
Juliet Landau and James Marsters, known far and wide for their portrayals of Drusilla and Spike on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, are reuniting this September for the world premiere of The Bells of West 87th, a new stage comedy by Elin Hampton. Fans in the Los Angeles, CA, area would do well to stay tuned for ticket availability, as the performance - which premieres on September 7, 2013 - will undoubtedly sell out fast!
For more details regarding the show, please see the full press release below.
At the 2013 Saturn Awards, actor Katie Leclerc (Switched at Birth) talks with Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon about the continuation of Season 2 for Switched at Birth, the show's use of ASL, and more.
At the 2013 Saturn Awards, actor Cas Anvar (Assassin's Creed: Revelations, Halo 4, Argo) talks with Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon about his love of all things geeky, why Comic-Con fans are the best type of fans, and more.
Fine. I’m drunk. I tried to download Tabatha #2 at 7 p.m. It failed. I drank. 8 p.m. Fail. 9 p.m. Epic fail. 11:26 p.m. Great success. All the typos of my drunk writing have been cleansed by my editor. Has my soul been cleansed by Neil Gibson? No. Neil, you owe me dinner.