At the Batman: Bad Blood premiere, actor Jason O'Mara (Batman vs. Robin, Terra Nova) talks with Fanboy Comics' Bryant Dillon about his return to the cape and cowl, who can borrow the Batmobile, and more.
At the Batman: Bad Blood premiere, actress Yvonne Strahovski (Chuck, Dexter) talks with Fanboy Comics' Bryant Dillon about the character of Batwoman, what sets her apart from the rest of the Bat Family, and more.
At the Batman: Bad Blood premiere, actor Travis Willingham (Ultimate Spider-Man, Shelf Life) talks with Fanboy Comics' Bryant Dillon about voicing The Heretic, the intense fight scenes of Bad Blood, and more.
At the Batman: Bad Blood premiere, actor Stuart Allan (Batman vs. Robin) talks with Fanboy Comics' Bryant Dillon about his return as Damian, his relationship with Talia al Ghul, and more.
“The line between courage and cowardice is a lot thinner than most people believe.”
-- Jake Sisko
What is courage? Ask most people, and you’re likely to get the same answer, whether they’re five years old or fifty. It will have something to do with not being afraid in the face of danger. Sounds right, but it’s not. Courage is about facing one’s fears, whatever those might be, and doing what needs to be done anyway. Without fear, there is nothing to overcome, and thus courage could not exist. Unless one feels fear, or understands danger, they will never truly be brave.
Last week saw the return of one of my favorite DC Comics digital-first titles with Wonder Woman '77 #14. The title featured the Lynda Carter incarnation of Wonder Woman, in case you didn't know.
At the Batman: Bad Blood premiere, actor Sean Maher (Batman vs. Robin, Firefly) talks with Fanboy Comics' Bryant Dillon about his return as Nightwing, his relationship with Batman, and more.
The following is an interview with author Marcus Sakey, who recently released the novel Written on Fire to conclude his acclaimed Brilliance trilogy. In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with Sakey about concluding his book series, the challenges of bringing the trilogy to a close, the upcoming movie adaptation, and more!
“I am a fool.”
“You’re in love. Which I suppose is the same thing.”
-- Worf and Dax
The introduction of Worf was also intended as an introduction for a bunch of new viewers that Paramount’s brass thought would follow their favorite Klingon to our favorite space station. As such, DS9 can be approached through the Worf lens, starting your viewing experience with season four’s premiere, and skipping over the sometimes very rocky first three years when the show was still finding its voice. While this does miss out on some truly classic episodes, it would be a fun way to come to this particular hour.
Hot on the heels of last week's column, where I talked about the possibility and importance of Lynda Carter making a cameo in the Wonder Woman film, reports immediately sprang up that Carter's publicist confirmed she would NOT be appearing in the film. It was a slap in the face.