Favorite Movie: Yojimbo
Favorite Game: The newest version of Halo
Favorite Beverage: Ballast Point's Big Eye IPA
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Listen up, my little dots and dashes, because Morse Code Day is today, April 27th, and was created to commemorate the birthday of painter and co-inventor of the Morse Code, Samuel Morse. Yeah, I bet you didn’t know he was a painter, too. A pretty successful painter, actually. Look it up, I bet you’ll be impressed.
At WonderCon 2013, Fanboy Comics Creative Director Sam Rhodes chats with director/producer/writer John Burton about his work on LEGO Batman: The Movie - DC Super Heroes Unite.
At WonderCon 2013, Fanboy Comics Creative Director Sam Rhodes chats with actor Charlie Schlatter about his work on LEGO Batman: The Movie - DC Super Heroes Unite.
At WonderCon 2013, Fanboy Comics Creative Director Sam Rhodes chats with actor Travis Willingham about his work on 'LEGO Batman: The Movie - DC Super Heroes Unite.'
At WonderCon 2013, Fanboy Comics Creative Director Sam Rhodes talks with writer/artist Matt Kindt regarding his series, Mind MGMT, his creative idols, his love of espionage, and more.
The eagerly anticipated Penguins vs Possums #3 was released last weekend at WonderCon 2013, and it is awesome! I feel like the PvP team is getting better with each issue. Sebastian Kadlecik, who co-wrote and did all pencilling and most of the inking for this issue, handles the various fight scenes with a joy and intensity that is completely engaging. From the very first splash page, you know you are in for a treat! John Bring who co-wrote, did some of the inking and drew the hilariously thrilling cover, has absolutely worked magic with his vivid gray tones. And then, there is Lindsay Calhoon, the book’s editor and the last piece of this Voltron writing team, who, together, have created another chapter in this epic action saga.
At WonderCon 2013, Fanboy Comics Creative Director Sam Rhodes chats with casting and voice director Andrea Romano about her work on the latest DC animated film, Superman: Unbound.
When I first picked up the Johnny Red collection Angels Over Stalingrad, I was completely excited. As a late-blooming American comic fan, I wasn’t familiar with the title and had never heard of either the writer or artist, Tom Tully and Joe Colquhoun, respectively, but that didn’t matter. All I saw was the bright and beautiful, oversized hardcover depicting Johnny Red’s weathered face adorned with flight cap and goggles, his trademark WWII-era Hawker Hurricane propeller plane buzzing a war-ravaged city, and the magic words that will get me to buy almost any comic book . . . “Introduction by Garth Ennis.”
You don’t just read Everybody Loves Tank Girl by Alan C. Martin and Jim Mahfood, you enter into it, like some passionate, beer-drenched, shotgun wedding. And, you can be sure that hearts will be broken, curses will rain down like a plague, lovers will be shot, and people will fight and f--k and die, and through it all, Tank Girl and her man (er, kangaroo) Booga will be there to lend a helping hand grenade.