Going Gagag SE MTAfter 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!

SlayerLitThe following is an interview with Shiai Mata, the founder of SlayerLit, which is an online discussion forum for all forms of Joss Whedon-related literature and news.  In this interview, Fanboy Comics' Bryant Dillon talks with Mata about how SlayerLit began, the power of the Whedonverse fans, and whether Spike or Angel should be sacrificed in case of an apocalypse.

This interview was conducted on August 19, 2012.

 

Books  S--tBooks & S--t #001: Wit Family Robinson
*Warning:  Contains strong language, alcohol consumption, and adult content.


Episode 1 is brought to you by Manifesto Eagle Rock Wit.


In the inaugural episode of this new podcast celebrating our love of literature and booze, Brian and Sam welcome special guest author Justin Robinson (Undead on Arrival) and focus on NPR's recent Top 100 Teen Books list.  They also discuss Justin’s zombie apocalypse plan, their favorite teen books, and a bunch of other s--t!

 

 

 

Clutch comicThe following is an interview with short story, novella, and comic book writer C.E.L. Welsh, whose credits include Harry Houdini, Hydebound, and A.I. Trigger, as well as the upcoming novel, Clutch.  In this interview, Fanboy Comics Contributor Kristine Chester talks with Welsh about his first foray into the novel format, how Mad Max and Conan influenced his work, and how you can help with the Kickstarter campaign for Clutch.

This interview was conducted on August 23, 2012.

 

Stan Lee centerfold 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!

 

Peter ShinkodaHey, gang!  Welcome to another issue of Indie and the Geek. As part of the way I have Indie and the Geek arranged, I will be bringing in different indie friends who have made it happen in the mainstream by keeping the DIY mentality. As such, in this issue I’ve sat down with my Vancouver bud Peter Shinkoda from Falling Skies and Mortal Kombat: Legacy to bring you an interview that I hope will inspire you all to keep fighting the good fight.

SuperGrammar bookcoverThe following is an interview with Tony Preciado and Rhode Montijo, the creators of Super Grammar, a book series designed to help students of all ages learn the rules of English grammar.  In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with Preciado and Montijo about how superheroes and sequential art can be effective learning tools in the classroom, the inspiration behind Super Grammar, and how and when you can purchase this fantastic educational material for your own students.

This interview was conducted on August 17, 2012.

 

Daisy Viktoria 1The following is an interview with costumer Daisy Viktoria, whose amazing creations span historical, fantasy, and cosplay genres.  In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with Daisy Viktoria about the inspirations behind her costumes, the creative process that goes into a new design, and her own love of cosplay and historical reenactments.

This interview was conducted on August 17, 2012.

 

Prop store logoThe following is an interview with Brandon Alinger, who is the Chief Operations Officer at the Los Angeles branch of Prop Store, which trades in the ultimate collectables: original props and costumes.  In this interview, Fanboy Comics President Bryant Dillon talks with Alinger about how the Prop Store began, the process of acquiring authentic items, and how fans can make their favorite movie collectables a part of their very own collection.

This interview was conducted on August 8, 2012.

 

M. Elizabeth HughesAt the premiere of Husbands Season 2 at the Paley Center for Media, Fanboy Comics President Bryant Dillon talks with producer M. Elizabeth Hughes about being back for a second season, the role of Kickstarter, and the advantages and disadvantages of the online format!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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