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Unfortunately for Denise, Chambers #3 allows her to connect the dots behind who is picking off her family members, one by one, and get some real answers to why her father was gunned down. She’s also forced to close off her humanity as she sets out for vigilante justice, but while she’s cool and collected as she guns perpetrators down, Denise isn’t hard enough to be completely unaffected by her actions. By the end of the issue, this street-wise cop realizes that she can trust no one, even the boys in blue who are supposed to protect her back.

Fanboy Comics is always excited to support indie publishers, which is why I am thrilled to inform you that Father Robot, the comic book series created by Kristopher White (The Thirty Six) and Sam Garland, has found a home with publisher 215 Ink.

The series is about the world’s first self-aware mech on a mission to rescue a little girl from a warzone . . . but the robot happens to believe it is her Dad.  For full details regarding Father Robot (which will be available at Comikaze Expo this weekend), please see the official press release below.

Digital studio Madefire, which made big news earlier this year for its partnership with publishers like IDW, Top Cow, and BOOM! Studios, is again making headlines with the release of their motion book War in Heaven.  Written by Ricardo Pinto (The Stone Dance of the Chameleon) and illustrated by Adrian Smith (Games Workshop illustrator), War in Heaven is the duo's first venture into motion books and is loosely based on Milton’s Paradise Lost.  Madefire has released six issues of this epic tale today, and readers can catch a sneak preview of the book below.

For Halloween, we decided to make cupcakes with a "blood-filled" center!

Start with a basic vanilla cupcake recipe. We used our go-to baker's secret, the Better Homes and Gardens cookbook.

As Halloween is fast approaching, the Fanboy Comics staff and contributors decided that there was no better way to celebrate this horrifically haunting holiday than by sharing our favorite scary stories! Be they movies, TV shows, video games, novels, or anything other form of entertainment, members of the FBC crew will be sharing their "scariest" stories each day leading up to Halloween. We hope that you will enjoy this sneak peek into the terrors that frighten Fanboy Comics!


I’m a huge Buffy the Vampire Slayer fan. That said, and given that when I watched the first series, my geeky teenage life had already led to me becoming a seasoned fan of the R-rated horror genre. I have to admit that despite all the things that made the show great, it wasn’t what I considered “scary.” Whedon and crew did pull it off once or twice, though, and the best example of how unsettling and frightening Buffy could be in the right hands is surely the haunting and silent episode, "Hush."

The following is an interview with Betsy Gonia, the colorist on the latest arc of Witchblade from Top Cow Productions, Inc. In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with Gonia about the all-female art team on the comic book series, her own approach to coloring comics, and how she got her start with publisher Top Cow.

This interview was conducted on October 28, 2013.

Dear Fanboy Comics Readers:


The goblins and ghouls at FBC would like to wish you and yours a Happy Halloween! Today is a day to showcase our cosplay love, carve pumpkins, eat far too much candy, draw Pagan symbols on the floor and then accidentally spray human blood on them, therby unleashing Gachnar who terrorizes the students of UC Sunnydale . . . I mean . . . you know, the regular Halloween things that you do . . .

While all of the aforementioned activities make today tremendously fun, it is just not Halloween without remembering one thing: "Anything Can Happen on Halloween."

I think any comic involving battling aliens has amazing potential, and, to top it off, Mickey Lam (story/art/lettering) has made his hero a science teacher - even better! It’s an incredible undertaking to not only develop the story, but write the dialogue, design the lettering, and illustrate the entire comic. While Lam’s debut comic book is, in my opinion, still in the developmental phase, I hope we continue to see his work develop, because he has a vivid imagination and is a talented visual artist.

Are you a fan of all-things vampire?  Do you want to learn more about the creatures that stalk the night, as discussed by a plethora of talented creators from shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, andTrue Blood?

Then, you will not want to miss the "Vampires in Pop Culture and Myth" panel at Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo 2013 on Friday, November 1st, at 7 p.m.!  Led by Juliet Landau (Buffy, Angel, Ed Wood), this panel of vampire and horror aficionados, including David Greenwalt (Co-creator of Angel, Grimm), Jim Kouf (Co-creator of Grimm, Consulting Producer on Angel), Mariana Klaveno (True Blood, Devious Maids), David J (Musician of Bauhaus, Love and Rockets), Gavin Hignight (Fearnet.com), and Georges Jeanty (Artist of Buffy: Seasons 8 and 9, Joker's Daughter), will guide you through a host of topics that will range from vampires in pop culture to vampires in myth/legend and the powerful hold they have over our society.

To celebrate the release of All Crimes Comics #2, TR!CKSTER and Art of Fiction are hosting a special event and creator signing on Saturday, November 2nd, from 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. at TR!CKSTER's Gallery in Berkeley, CA, and you're invited!

At this exciting event, creators Bruce Timm, Ragnar, Andy Suriano, Chris Ryder, Erik Warfield, and Paul Grimshaw will be signing Art of Fiction books, including All Crime Comics #1, Dames in the Atomic Age, and Ragnar’s new Art of Fiction Sketchbook. Additionally, a small number of limited edition prints produced exclusively for this event will be available for attendees to purchase.

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