Robin Atkin DownesAt WonderCon 2012, actor Robin Atkin Downes chats with the Fanboy Comics crew about his work on DC's newest animated feature Superman vs. The Elite, playing the "Big Bad" Manchester Black, how he prepares to play a telepath, and what it is like to take on the Man of Steel!

 

 

 

 

 

Fanboy Comics will continue to post all of its interviews from WonderCon 2012 throughout the week.  Click here for the latest interviews.

 

 

Dragons of Blizzard IslandThe Dragons of Blizzard Island is a new comic book series that is nothing short of epic.  At WonderCon 2012, artist Matt Brundage and writer Rick Van Velsor talk with the Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon about convention reaction to their comic book, their plans for the second issue, and where you can get your very own Dragons figurine!

 

 

 

 

 

Fanboy Comics will continue to post all of its interviews, reviews, and commentaries from WonderCon 2012 throughout the week.  Click here for the latest interviews.

 

 

Grimm Fairy Tales animJon Schnepp (Titmouse Animation) and Benjamin Jackendoff (Zenescope Entertainment) talk about their collaboration to bring the Grimm Fairy Tales to life as you have never seen them before.  At WonderCon 2012, the FBC crew caught up with them right before their panel, "Hollywood and Comics," to talk about the Kickstarter campaign that will make this happen, the ideas behind it, and why - if you have ever wanted to watch an animated version of yourself being brutally killed - you need to get involved.

 

 

 

Fanboy Comics will continue to post all of its interviews, reviews, and commentaries from WonderCon 2012 throughout the week.  Click here for the latest interviews.

 

 

Nicole SixxWomanthology is a large-scale anthology that showcases the works of women in comics.  At Emerald Knights - Comics and Games in Burbank, CA, comic book writer, artist, and journalist Nicole Sixx talks with Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon about her experiences as both a contributing writer and artist for Womanthology

 

 

 

 

 

art-of-perez MTBy Michael Fitzgerald Troy

 

I have had the privilege to take art classes at one of the finest museums in the country, and if you asked me who my favorite artist is, I would unhesitatingly say George Perez every time and explain that, yes indeed, he does draw funny books.

Jody Houser verticalWomanthology is a large-scale anthology that showcases the works of women in comics.  At Emerald Knights - Comics and Games in Burbank, CA, comic book and webcomic writer Jody Houser talks with Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon about working with artists Fiona Staples and Adriana Blake on Everwell, their contribution to Womanthology

 

 

 

 

 

Stan Lee WonderCon

Legendary comics creator Stan Lee is celebrating the release of his new book, Romeo and Juliet: The War.  At WonderCon 2012, Stan Lee talks with the Fanboy Comics crew about his incredible new comic, a super-powered, futuristic look at the classic.

 

 

 

Fanboy Comics will continue to post all of its interviews, reviews, and commentaries from WonderCon 2012 throughout the week.  Click here for the latest interviews.

 

 

SagaBy Michael Fitzgerald Troy

 

It's been a long time since you've been around. It's been a long time since you've been in town. Brian K. Vaughan is my absolute favorite comics writer. I would read the ingredients of dairy products if BKV wrote them. (Golly, maybe I should read the ingredients of dairy products!)

Fashion Faker MTBy Michael Fitzgerald Troy

 

Once upon a time, Jessica Simpson and Nicole Richie were tabloid cover darlings, notoriously gracing the gossip pages. Nicole for her thinness and Jessica for...for...well, whatever in the hell she was on the covers for. Now, they are two of the "mentors" on NBC's 5-years-later answer to Project Runway.

Elle McPhereson is Heidi Kluhm, except you can understand her. Nicole Richie is Nina Garcia, except she's funny. John Varvatos is NOT Michael Kors. And, Jessica Simpson is, oh...sweet, simple Jessica Simpson. Competitors pitch their looks to retailers Macy's, H & M, and Saks Fifth Avenue; if they are made an offer, they are saved from elimination and their looks are available online the next day. A fun concept, dare I admit.

Kirstie Alley GCB MTBy Michael Fitzgerald Troy



This week sees the airing of ABC's Desperate replacement, GCB, where Real Housewives meets Dallas in this over-the-top, campy dramedy. It's good. It's not great. I like it. I don't love it. It shows great potential with good talent, acting, writing, and concept. I do feel a little duped, as I was initially just filling the void left by Pan Am's emergency landing. But, I'm not made out of gold lamé. I was willing to give these Southern Drag Queens a chance.

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