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Brian McGackinThe following is an interview with broet Brian McGackin, author of the hysterical new collection of poems for the male perspective, Broetry.  

In the first of many interviews, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with McGackin about how he came to write professionally and why poetry is like food.  (There's something there for everyone!)

Broetry is NOW AVAILABLE for purchase on Amazon and can also be found in your local bookstores!

The following is an interview with Sam Cushion, composer of several unofficial fan scores based on The Hunger Games book trilogy.  Cushion has already scored the first two books with Music of Panem: Beginning of a Rebellion Part I and Music of Panem: Beginning of a Rebellion Part II and will soon be releasing his score for the third book, Music of Panem Part III: The Rebellion. While not endorsed by associated with the official versions of The Hunger Games films or novels, Cushion’s work has garnered a great amount of support from the fan community, and with one listen to his beautiful work, it becomes clear why.

Below, Cushion talks to Fanboy Comics President Bryant Dillon about how he got started with his very first Hunger Games score, his musical influences, and his upcoming releases!

This interview was conducted on Monday, September 12th, 2011.


The FBC Crew got the scoop on the new Star Wars: The Blueprints from Lucasfilm and Epic Ink!  Providing an extensive look at the designs behind the saga, Star Wars: The Blueprints is an extra-large format, hardbound masterpiece, essential for any Star Wars fan!





Ernie Cline (Fanboys) is an American novelist, spoken word artist, and screenwriter.  At San Diego Comic-Con 2011, he talked with Fanboy Comics Creative Director Sam Rhodes about his new book, Ready Player One, his spoken word performances, and what it feels like to own a DeLorean!




Fanboy Comics will continue to post all of its interviews, reviews, and commentaries from San Diego Comic-Con.  Click here for the latest interviews!

The following is an interview with Mark Jeffrey, writer of the Young-Adult series Max Quick.  He is also an internet entrepreneur who currently serves as the CEO of the ThisWeekIn network of podcast television shows.   In the following interview, Jeffrey explains his motivation behind the Max Quick series, his desire to transition from novel to film, and the similarities and differences between being a writer and an internet entrepreneur.  

This interview was conducted on Sunday, March 13, 2011.



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