Artist/writer Michael Fitzgerald Troy may be the busiest man in showbiz! After the rerelease of his Mother Monster-endorsed Going Gaga! and his recent contributions to Bluewater Productions' Polka Spot: My Life in Pictures, Troy is at it again with the comic book 15 Minutes: Honey Boo Boo. Troy's comic book uncovers the reasons behind America's fascination with the pint-sized Toddlers & Tiaras star. The comic is part of Bluewater's 15 Minutes series, which focuses on reality TV celebrities.
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Dancing with the Stars has kicked off its hundred and fifty-seventh season, this time in the form of an all-star version. (Apparently, there is a limit to the number of celebrities willing to don gay apparel and wiggle it, just a little bit, for the prime time audience at large.)
I'm tuning in 'till past favorites Pamela Anderson and Kirstie Alley get kicked off. Hey! I'm a loyal fanboy, I was one of the 5 people who saw Barb Wire in the theater. The only one not wearing a trench coat, albeit, but present nonetheless.
Which brings us to Kirstie Allie.
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Let me here you say boom da boom boom da boom da bay-bee . . .
When one thinks of a beautiful, round-faced British singer with a booming voice, one wouldn't be too far off to guess that one may be referring to Adele; however, the cherubic, little songstress I'm here to discuss is Sophia Grace.
The Fanboy Comics Staff congratulates artist/writer Michael Fitzgerald Troy for the release of Polka Spot: My Life in Pictures, a new comic book series published by Bluewater Productions and co-written by Bluewater President Darren G. Davis, Brent Ridge, and Troy! The series focuses on Polka Spot, a llama who happens to be a fashion model, pop superstar, movie star, magazine editor, diplomatic problem solver, and general global icon.
Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer-Purcell, better known as The Beekman Boys, had the chance to debut Polka Spot at the opening bell of the NASDAQ on Monday. The Beekman Boys will also be seen on The Amazing Race on CBS this season.
Don't miss your chance to purchase a copy of Polka Spot: My Life in Pictures, as Bluewater's issues tend to go fast! The cost of each issue is $3.99. Pre-order your copy today by clicking here.
For further details regarding the comic book series, its release, and Michael Fitzgerald Troy's involvement, please visit the Bluewater Productions website.
"When you're alone,
And life is making you lonely,
You can always go downtown.
When you've got worries,
All the noise and the hurry,
Seem to help, I know, downtown . . ."
So go the lyrics to Petula Clark's famous pick-me-up song, "Downtown," and the same could be said about Ellen DeGeneres' feel-good afternoon talk show. If you lost your job, your car won't start, or your freakin' hairdresser cut your bangs too short, Ellen can turn all of that around.
After the all-seeing eye of Lady Gaga discovered a copy of Michael Troy's comic book tribute Going Gaga! at San Diego Comic-Con, she tweeted, "So cool. Someone found this at Comic-Con. Can I buy it? Pleasssee!!!"
The tweet heard 'round the virtual world had little monsters clamoring to find a copy for Mother Monster and perhaps get their little paws on a copy of their own. The small indie comic immediately sold out and left everyone wanting more!
Wiggle wiggle wiggle wiggle yes! Make mine Marvel. If you are reading this, I need not explain Stan Lee's contribution to Marvel and his relevancy to comics in general. I fear that without Stan, we would be relegated to Marmaduke and Garfield for our insatiable comic fix . . . not that there is anything wrong with that!
Anyone who knows me needs no sixth sense to know that I am obsessed with the paranormal. Paranormal Witness, Paranormal State, Haunted Collector, Haunted Highway, School Spirits . . . and especially TLC's freakin' Long Island Medium. I will watch anything to do with the paranormal. So, it should come as no shock that I absolutely adored Universal Studios' ParaNorman, written and directed by Chris Butler.
It's hard to believe that The Discovery Channel's Shark Week turns 25 this week. I guess it's further difficult to imagine sharks have been around for hundreds of millions of years, far outlasting many an inferior species.
My love affair with sharks began with Jaws 2 when my parents took my siblings and me to see it at the drive-in movie theater. (Yes, I'm dating myself, and if you aren't sure what a drive-in is, go change your diaper and then google it!)
By: Michael Fitzgerald Troy
With all of the shocking revelations Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang have been bestowing on everyone's favorite Amazon over in the best thing since sliced bread, DC New 52's Wonder Woman, I wondered (pun intended!) what in great Gaea's girdle Wonder Woman's granddaughter thought of all of the hullabaloo? Okay, so Christie Marston isn't really Wonder Woman's granddaughter, but she is the granddaughter of Wonder Woman's father, or creator rather, William Moulton Marston. Wonder Woman hit the scene in 1941 as a result of Marston wanting to create a positive role model for everyone - boys, girls, men, and women - thus, Wonder Woman was born. Marston was also the creator of the first lie detector test. I mention these nuggets as I feel they bear great relevance on the Amazon with a gilded lasso, a gift from the gods that compels whomever be bound by it to tell the truth. It is no secret that I am a huge Wonder Woman fan. Ironically, my last name has no connection to Wonder Woman's wayward sister, Donna Troy. Christie was kind enough to answer a few of my questions regarding my lifelong idol.