Gabriel Ehmm died, and then he was given a mission from God (okay, Saint Peter) and sent back to Earth with a talking kitten named Mr. Whispers (also dead) to take out monsters and stuff, but Gabe and Whispers ran into an old Russian lady named Alyona who is about to clue Gabe into a much larger purpose.
Have you ever had a new neighbor move in, and your curiosity about this new individual cannot be squelched? This is the case for Aden, a fallen-from-grace reporter in the upcoming indie film Personal Demons. Aden may have just found the story of a lifetime in his new neighbor, Seth, an acquitted murderer who may not be so innocent. He sees in Seth something else: A released convict who may not be the innocent victim he's playing. When Aden's idle investigating stirs a cat-and-mouse game between the two men—it becomes a game that neither may survive.
If the concept of this film has piqued your interest, the filmmakers behind Personal Demons are looking for your help to fund the production of the film through Kickstarter. Creator Adam Cosco is attempting to raise $100,000 through Kickstarter prior to July 13th, and you can play a part in making this dream a reality.
The talented chefs at Garlic, My Soul teamed up with Fanboy Comics Creative Director Sam Rhodes to review a beer worthy of kings. You ale or you die . . .
Brewery Ommegang has teamed up with HBO to produce several limited edition Game of Thrones beers. AWESOME! The first one released is the Iron Throne Blonde Ale, and it’s a malty, golden beer, sunny enough to make a man of the Night Watch think he’s lounging in a wading pool down in Sunspear. The website describes the beer as “lightly malty, rounded out by honey malt sweetness.” Now, normally I don’t go for the malty beers, and I was a little hesitant at first. But, the more I drank, the more the other aspects of this beer opened up and merged with the maltiness to reveal a truly well balanced and bright beer worthy of a true king.
After Nancy Kerr's family is murdered and she is left dying after being raped, tortured, and stabbed, Nancy decides the only possible way she can deal with what's happened to her is to get revenge.
I want to make it clear up front that I have never been the victim of a crime the likes of which Nancy Kerr or millions of other women have been. I've been lucky in that regard, so my opinion on Hell to Pay's message is going to be different from someone who might “get” what Jenny Thomson was aiming for in her book.
Scott Snyder, DC’s white-hot writer of dark-and-brooding Batman and gothic-horror Swamp Thing, delivers a techno-horror tale of mystery and the unknown under the sea with The Wake. With art by Sean Murphy, of Punk Rock Jesus and Joe the Barbarian acclaim, and with colors by seasoned Vertigo collaborator Matt Hollingsworth, this new title sings.
In light of the recent news of Matt Smith's departure from Doctor Who, Whovians have been left wondering who will take over the iconic role. Fanboy Comics' own Jake Thomas and Drew Siragusa set out to film an audition in order to make Drew the Twelfth Doctor. This is that video.
Dear Fanboy Comics Readers:
Returning for its third year in a row, Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo will be taking the LA Convention Center by storm from November 1-3, 2013, for the fan favorite pop culture event. The Fanboy Comics staff looks forward to exhibiting at this year's convention and is excited to see its star-studded guest list unfold over the next few months.
In the interim, below is the convention's full press release regarding the event. We hope to see you there!
Mike Mignola and the various talent powerhouses that create Hellboy do not need my vindication.
The work in this book has been reviewed and re-reviewed, so I am not really going to focus on the book's content but, instead, its form.
One of the hallmarks of a really good drama is that it doesn’t take itself too seriously. From the Q&A session after How to Follow Strangers at the Dances With Films independent film festival on Monday night, it’s clear that writer/director Chioke Nassor doesn’t take himself too seriously. Not only did he come up wearing a tiara with colored flashing lights, but nearly every question was met with a silly answer before he gave the real one. He invited the audience to come and buy him drinks at the Roosevelt Hotel after the screening, and generally seemed to be a fun, down-to-earth guy. At the same time, it was also clear from the Q&A session that Mr. Nassor loves what he does and really cares about this film and the team that helped him put it together, which is a hallmark, not just of dramas, but of any really good film.
Billy Declan and Elvis Chang are two cybernetically enhanced, bada-- space mercenaries who are not afraid to answer the threat of violence with more violence followed by some gratuitous violence followed by just a little more violence to be sure. Things get really out of hand on a job leading them to lose the gear they were supposed to recover and get their a--es kicked by a genetically engineered woman. The two retreat to their adopted daughter, Luisa, for repairs when the entirety of a corrupt police force comes for them.