Comics, delicious grilled cheese sandwiches, and helping those in need. All good things, right? For those in the Los Angeles area, you will have the chance to partake in all three this Wednesday, January 30th, at 6 p.m., when Hawkeye writer Matt Fraction will be signing copies of Hawkeye #7 at House of Secrets in Burbank, CA.
While comic book fans will have the chance to meet the Marvel Comics writer and snag a signed copy of Hawkeye #7, House of Secrets will also have an amazing food truck on hand to serve hungry patrons with the most delicious variety of grilled cheese sandwiches (and tater tots!) that you can imagine! In addition, the Red Cross will be in attendance accepting donations to benefit the victims of Hurricane Sandy.
The following is an interview with Reginald Nelson, the creator and writer behind The Primordials, an urban fantasy audio drama which may be found at www.theprimordials.com. In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with Nelson about the inspiration behind his The Primordials, the next incarnation of the series, and his recommendations for how to create your own audio drama.
This interview was conducted on January 21, 2013.
Dear Fanboy Comics Readers:
The moment that you have been waiting for is almost here! Hold onto your sonic screwdrivers!
The Fanboy Comics staff will return for the Season 3 premiere of The Fanboy Scoop - Week In Review podcast on Monday, January 21st, and what a show it will be! Joined by special guest Jonathan London (Geekscape.net), the FBC staff will review the top geek stories of the week from the popular, daily e-newsletter, The Fanboy Scoop. In addition, Kristyn Burtt (Red Carpet Closet, iVillage) will guide FBC listeners through the wins and losses of the Golden Globes, as well as what viewers should expect from the Academy Awards coming up in February.
At Idyllwild CinemaFest 2013, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chatted with Joe Glickman and Anthony DeAngelo, the creators behind One Wall: Kings of Coney Island, a documentary depicting the long-held National One Wall Handball Championship in Coney Island, NY. In this interview, Dillon talks with the indie filmmakers about their inspiration for the film, their love of handball, and their plans for the documentary in the film festival circuit.
This interview was conducted on January 12, 2013.
The following is an interview with Nathan Stone and Stuart Campbell, the creators/writers/directors of Slasher Squad, an 8-minute action-horror short film about a team of women who hunt slasher villains by using themselves as bait. In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with Stone and Campbell about the inspiration behind this genre-jumping film, their previous experience in filmmaking and VFX through their boutique animation and VFX studio (Double Barrel VFX in Perth, Australia), and their current crowdfunding campaign through Pozible to fund the production of the film.
This interview was conducted on January 6, 2013.
Meet the creator/writer of Image Comics' TODD, The Ugliest Kid on Earth, on Wednesday, January 16th, at 10:00 p.m. at Golden Apple Comics in Los Angeles, CA!
Golden Apple will be selling the first issue of the new comic book series, and writer Ken Kristensen will be on hand to sign copies of the book while supplies last! Don't miss this opportunity to meet the talented creator at your neighborhood comic book shop!
The following is an interview with Gabe Smith, creator and writer of the indie graphic novel series Human Comics. In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with Smith about his vision for the sci-fi story and its lead female character, the challenges of being an indie comic book creator, and the ultimate goal for Human Comics.
This interview was conducted on December 25, 2012.
The Large Hadron Collider. The Higgs Boson. Endeavour's retirement. The Curiosity Rover. SpaceX's first flight. For any fellow science geeks who may be reading this article, I hope that you will join me in celebrating the myriad of scientific discoveries and milestones that filled 2012. For those science geeks who are in the Los Angeles area, there is no better way to honor these momentous, new beginnings than to check out The God Particle Complex, a tragic one-act science farce about high energy particle physics, time travel, and the abrupt end of our universe.
As avid supporters of indie comic book creators, the Fanboy Comics staff has been keeping a watchful and interested eye on the folks at Bleeding Ink Productions. With a seemingly unending list of new titles being generated by the indie publisher, including last summer's announcment regarding their mini-series Blood-Moon, Bleeding Ink is at it again with a Kickstarter campaign for an ongoing horror series called Blackwood.
The following is an interview with sketch card artist Mike Vasquez, as he makes his way through the holiday season by providing commissioned artwork for the geeks on everyone's shopping lists. In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with Vasquez about how he was initiated into the sketch card industry, the special holiday offer that buyers will receive when commissioning work, and why Star Wars characters are his absolute favorite to draw.
This interview was conducted on December 10, 2012.