The fanboys discuss The Killing Joke animated movie, recent movie trailers for Justice League, Wonder Woman, The Defenders, Luke Cage, Spider-Man: Homecoming, and then launch into interviews from Comic-Con 2016, including:
Arvind David (Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency)
Christos Gage (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Amazing Spider-Man, and ROM)
Dan Mora (Klaus)
David Walker (Tarzan on the Planet of the Apes, Nighthawk, Power Man and Iron Fist)
and that’s not all for the Comic-Con coverage, so listen for even more!
Direct from Comic-Con San Diego 2016, our Teen Titans Go! show!
Interviews with producer Aaron Horvath, producer/director Peter Rida Michail, Greg Cipes (Beast Boy), Tara Strong (Raven), Scott Menville (Robin) and Khary Payton (Cyborg), and an unexpected a cappella performance you’re likely only going to hear here!
We met Ethan three years ago at Big Wow! Comics Fest, and the then-8-year-old artist already wowed us – Ric, Nate, and myself. My son […]
The only thing surprising about Dan Mora winning the Russ Manning Award for Promising Newcomer at last night’s Eisners is… has he really only drawn two […]
The majority of this interview first appeared on Fanboy Planet in 2010. Actor Neil Kaplan and I go way back… so far back that neither […]
The Fanboys and guests Budiak (Cheap Game Reviews) and Brett (The Enabler) celebrate Star Wars’ 39th birthday by discussing DC Rebirth, Marvel NOW!, Captain America, Comixology Digital, Daniel Craig’s escape from Bondage, DC Films, casting in Thor: Ragnarok and Ghost in the Shell, the evolution of the CW superheroes, Mirror’s Edge from game to TV show, and providing absolutely no Game of Thrones spoilers.
I said it earlier: there are just far too many good films to see at Cinequest. Balancing the viewing with the reviewing is a tough […]
While watching dozens of great independent films, we were able to sit down with the crews and casts of Love is All You Need? – a powerful message about bullying and acceptance with an “alternate world” twist, The Phoenix Incident, a UFO invasion story that you probably saw on the news, and finally Friends Effing Friends Effing Friends – a modern comedy drama about relationships between circles of friends in modern society.
Last week, Dynamite Entertainment announced a crossover book between two properties that seem hard to connect, and yet, it makes a strange kind of sense. […]
The Fanboys praise the life and inspiring times of David Bowie, then discuss Secret Wars, Doctor Strange, Young Han Solo, Agent Carter, Marvel’s Most Wanted, NBC’s Powerless, The Magicians, Legends of Tomorrow, Teachers, and so much more. Also a special flashback appearance from Venture Bros. creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer!