At Blastoff ComicsFest 2015, Fanboy Comics' Barbra Dillon talks with John-David Perry regarding Elizabeth's Canvas, a 501(c)(3) organization that provides cancer patients, survivors, and their family members with free creative programs.
At Blastoff ComicsFest 2015, Fanboy Comics' Bryant Dillon talks with Jim Krueger (Earth X) about Free Comic Book Day, his upcoming projects, and more.
At Blastoff ComicsFest 2015, Fanboy Comics' Bryant Dillon talks with writer Mairghread Scott (Transformers: Windblade) regarding the her experiences at Blastoff ComicsFest, why Free Comic Book Day is so awesome for comic fans, and more.
Wonder Woman is hotter than ever. With her impending, big-screen debut in Batman V Superman, a controversial run in her monthly comic, and two exciting, digital-first series, there's an awful lot to say about Wonder Woman. That being said, I am happy to announce Wonder Woman Wednesday, where I will be discussing thoughts, opinions, and news concerning our favorite Amazon warrior. I'm highly qualified for this, as I am the biggest WW fan ever! (Don't worry! Every Wonder fan thinks they are the biggest, and I can't say they are wrong!)
“So many needy people, so little time.”
-- Grand Nagus Zek
If Quark is in any kind of record book, it has to be for one thing: In the entire sweep of television history, he is the recipient of the most on-camera handjobs. Look, we can beat around the bush (No pun intended.), but the show certainly doesn’t. And, when this week’s episode opens on Quark’s O-face while a young woman rubs his lobes in the midst of a business meeting, I can’t ignore it. There’s even a clip of Regis Philbin giving Quark a bit of the old oo-mox available on YouTube. Check it out, if you never want to sleep again.
The following is an interview with Tony Kim, founder of Crazy4ComicCon.com and host of Shout! Factory's new video series, SDCC Survival Guide 2015. In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with Kim about the inspiration for the series, how it can help both the seasoned and first-time attendee, how to participate in the Survival Guide, and more!
At the The Death of 'Superman Lives:' What Happened? premiere, Fanboy Comics' Bryant Dillon talks with Adrianne Curry about her feelings on Superman, Nicolas Cage, cosplay, and more.
At the The Death of 'Superman Lives:' What Happened? premiere, Fanboy Comics' Bryant Dillon talks with screenwriter Wesley Strick (Doom, Arachnophobia) about what he brought to Superman Lives, working closely with Tim Burton, and more.
At Blastoff ComicsFest 2015, Fanboy Comics' Bryant Dillon talks with Megan Levens (Buffy: Season 10, Madame Frankenstein) regarding the joys of Free Comic Book Day, her experiences at Blastoff ComicFest, and more.