Gabriel JarretAt the premiere of Morgan Spurlock's new documentary, Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope, produced by Joss Whedon and Stan Lee, Gabriel Jarret fills the Fanboy Comics in on why he loves Real Genius fans, how he would cosplay at SDCC, and the inside scoop on the Real Genius remake.

 

 



 

 

 

 


Stay tuned to the Fanboy Comics website for more interviews from the Comic-Con Episode IV red carpet premiere!

 

 

 

Skip HarveySkip Harvey, one of the subjects of Morgan Spurlock's newest documentary Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope, has come to San Diego seeking his dream of becoming a professional comic artist. Eric talks to the FBC crew about his current projects, the pressure of being documented while facing criticism, and his favorite comics.




 

 

 

 


Stay tuned to the Fanboy Comics website for more interviews from the Comic-Con Episode IV red carpet premiere!

 

 

eric-henson-siteEric Henson, one of the subjects of Morgan Spurlock's newest documentary Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope, is hoping to impress publishers with his illustrations and create a career out of his heartfelt passion of drawing. Eric talks to the FBC crew about his current projects, the pressure of showing your portfolio for review, and which comics he likes to read.



 

 

 

 


Stay tuned to the Fanboy Comics website for more interviews from the Comic-Con Episode IV red carpet premiere!

 

 

Pink Slime MTBy Michael Fitzgerald Troy

 

Pink is my second favorite color right after baby blue; however, current events may change all that.  What the hell am I talking about? Well, they say ignorance is bliss and the ignorant are probably happily gobbling down some tainted ground love.

Pink slime is the culprit of which I speak...otherwise known as the mystery meat treated with ammonia used as a filler in lean, textured ground beef. Ralph!

 

James DarlingJames Darling, one of the subjects of Morgan Spurlock's newest documentary Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope, proposed to his girlfriend Se Young Kang at SDCC 2010.  See the young couple talk to the FBC crew about loving a geek, debate Star Trek vs. Firefly, and share the moment behind their Comic-Con addiction.



 

 

 

 

Stay tuned to the Fanboy Comics website for more interviews from the Comic-Con Episode IV red carpet premiere!

 

 

Wrath of the Titans MTBy Michael Fitzgerald Troy

 

Sam Worthington may have traded his close-cropped coif for curly locks, but I'd recognize those gorgeous gams anywhere. Aside from Oscar/Jolie, I dare you to show me a better set of legs in Hollywood. Okay, gratuitous, smarmy remark aside, how about a movie review?

In a time of gods and monsters and really bad hygiene and scraggly hair, it's father against brother son against uncle and no cable TV.

chris hardwickAt the premiere of Morgan Spurlock's new documentary, Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope, produced by Joss Whedon and Stan Lee, Chris Hardwick of G4's Attack of the Show and The Nerdist Channel on Youtube talks with Fanboy Comics' Bryant Dillon about why it's important to have a fan-centric movie about Comic-Con, whether Comic-Con has grown too large, and his personal plans to take over the world. 

 

 

 

 

Stay tuned to the Fanboy Comics website for more interviews from the Comic-Con Episode IV red carpet premiere!

 

 

doug-jones-298282At the premiere of Morgan Spurlock's new documentary, Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope, produced by Joss Whedon and Stan Lee, fanboy favorite Doug Jones talks with Fanboy Comics President Bryant Dillon about his experiences at Comic-Con and why he never dresses up for Halloween!

 

 

 

 

Stay tuned to the Fanboy Comics website for more interviews from the Comic-Con Episode IV red carpet premiere!

 

 

Scarlet Phoenix MTBy Michael Fitzgerald Troy

 

Well, well, well...Avengers vs. X-Men is off to an expected start this week, as Marvel gears up for a huge summer crossover. I can only surmise how this came to be. I expect Marvel was panicking over all of the hype its Distinguished Competition was receiving over the mixed bag relaunch and "New 52." (52 is the new 20 BtW.) Marvel being the spoiled brat that it is couldn't not be on top and, apparently, decided to retaliate with not only one of their big guns but two by pitting its two most popular franchises against each other. The 1st issue was enjoyable enough by Brian Michael (on my way out of Avengers Mansion, thank Jesus) Bendis and serviceable art robot John Romita Jr. I enjoyed the 0 issue and Frank Cho's zaftig good girl art gone wild much better.

SLIGHT SPOILERS BELOW

Dragon MoundThe following is an interview with New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Richard A. Knaak, who is the author of Dragon Mound, the first installment of his Knight in Shadow trilogy.  In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon talks with Knaak about his plans for the science faction/fantasy trilogy, his previous work with World of Warcraft, and why the John Carter series inspired his own writing.

Dragon Mound is available for purchase online and can be found here!

 

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