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Fanboy Comics Interviews Bruce Boxleitner and Trevor Crafts on Their New Steampunk Show, ‘Lantern City,’ (and What Tron Knows about the Next ‘TRON’)


Lantern CityAt the recording of Krypton Radio’s The Event Horizon radio show, Fanboy Comics Senior Contributor Drew Siragusa chats with Bruce Boxleitner (TRON, Babylon 5) and Trevor Crafts (Smokewood), the producers behind the new Steampunk show Lantern City.

Learn more about this exciting foray into fan-inspired and fan-created television by visiting the Lantern City website at  Lantern City may also be found on Facebook and Twitter (@LanternCityTV).  You can also listen to Bruce and Trevor’s appearance on The Event Horizon radio show by visiting the Krypton Radio website at and see photos from the event on the Fanboy Comics Facebook page.










Lantern City conceptBruce Boxleitner

With over forty years of experience in Hollywood, Bruce Boxleitner has been involved in classic films and television series, such as Tron and Tron: Legacy, Scarecrow and Mrs. King, and Babylon 5. Bruce recently lent his voice talents to the hit video game Spec Ops: The Line. He is excited to present Lantern City, a groundbreaking show in which he will serve as co-creator and executive producer.

Trevor Crafts

Trevor Crafts serves as executive producer and co-creator of Lantern City. In his 15 years in the industry, Trevor has produced everything from TV broadcasts to experiential events to Emmy Award winning documentaries. He has acted as executive producer, writer, and director, providing a wide range of enhanced creative projects to companies and institutions like MTV, Comcast, Anthropology, NASA, and the Philadelphia Zoo.

A winner of 15 industry awards, Crafts won the 2009 LATV Festival, sponsored by NAPTE and YouTube, and in 2008 the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences recognized Trevor with an Emmy® Award in the Documentary Special category for his documentary on the 1921 Tulsa Oklahoma race riot.


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Drew Siragusa, Fanbase Press Senior Contributor


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