Kristine Chester, Fanbase Press Senior Contributor

Kristine Chester, Fanbase Press Senior Contributor

Favorite Comic Book SeriesAtomic Robo
Favorite D&D Class:  Wizard
Favorite Ice Cream Flavor:  Cookies N' Cream

Billy Declan and Elvis Chang are the two best worst cybernetic killing machines this side of the galaxy. What they lose in efficiency they make up for in foul language and style. Although it starts with a basic concept and is over the top throughout, Declan and Chang hits a lot of different notes. Issue #4 manages to be heartbreaking, action-packed, titillating, and funny all at different points. The writing in this issue is tight; Matt Yuan's dialogue and shifting scenes manage to jump from note to note without losing a beat. More importantly, Issue #4, in particular, balances all of these different sections, so if you're not a fan of one thread, it doesn't pull you from the parts you do like. John Yuan's art is on the more cartoony and exaggerated end of things, which won't be for everyone, but I have to give props to John's art this issue. The framing, shading, character expressions, and even the amount of detail he includes in different panels make these shifts in tone possible and delivered the coup de grace on the saddest scene of the issue.

Katelyn (Kit Quinn) has always loved cosplaying as her favorite heroes, no matter how much crap her friends give her, but when she hits her head at a convention and wakes up thinking she is Trinity Infinity, the character whose costume she's wearing, her friends are going to have to find some unique way to help her cope with the real world.

The FBC crew discuss episode seven of the fourth season of AMC’s The Walking Dead TV series. Enjoy an audio commentary on the episode "Dead Weight" by FBC staffer Kristine Chester and FBC Contributor Tony Caballero as they discuss more about the Governor's return and his addictions to violence and power.

MINOR SPOILERS

At Bent-Con 2013, Fanboy Comics' Kristine Chester interviews Kent Mudle, the writer and artist for the comic series Beret, where artists of all kinds have access to extraordinary abilities.

At Bent-Con 2013, Fanboy Comics' Kristine Chester talks with actress and cosplayer extraordinaire Kit Quinn about her upcoming webseries Sweethearts of the Galaxy and her character Katelyn/Trinity Infinity, a cosplayer who hits her head and, subsequently, comes to believe that she is actually a superhero. 

At Bent-Con 2013, Fanboy Comics' Kristine Chester talks with writer and publisher PK Eiselt and artists Zach Enea and Silvana Inks about the publisher Minus Zero and their LGBT comic series Junkyard Angels and The Agenda.

The FBC crew discuss episode six of the fourth season of AMC’s The Walking Dead TV series. Enjoy an audio commentary on the episode "Live Bait" by FBC staffers Kristine Chester, Drew Sirgausa and FBC Contributor Tony Caballero as they discuss the Governor's return and his possible redemption.

MINOR SPOILERS

A lot can change in 600 years. Fortunately, the Killbook of Gabriel, the former Protector of Amerika, provides all the necessary information to get caught up on that history. Gabriel is a paladin, a genetically engineered perfect soldier created to fight in the Noman War between Earth and the colonies of Mars. Following the war, Gabriel became a celebrity and, for lack of a better word, a superhero until he was framed for murdering officials of the United States of Armtech (USA) and arrested using the killswitch bred into him. Nine years later Gabriel is broken out of prison and is looking for revenge.

At Bent-Con 2013, Fanboy Comics' Kristine Chester interviews Jon Cairns, the writer and artist behind the comic series Alpha Flag, and its premise of a man on a journey to recollect the scattered fragments of his mind.

At Bent-Con 2013, Fanboy Comics' Kristine Chester chats with Joey Stern of Geeks OUT!, the organization that promotes LGBT creators and fans alike, about the company, its controversial “Skip Ender's Game” boycott, Arrow, and more!

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