After years of animating on nights and weekends with his collaborators Rob Wilson and Wilson Blades, Lon Lopez is almost ready to unveil the next […]
On this week’s podcast, we brought back Lon Lopez, who had been a long-time member of the podcast crew before leaving to focus on his […]
“Rogue 110” In which more of evil child genius 110’s plan comes into focus… and exposition gets taken care of. In case you missed it… […]
The stakes are higher. The budget is bigger. And so are the henchmen. Season Two of Donovan & Simms begins on a sunny suburban street and […]
In the early 70s, science fiction films had become serious business if not serious box office. After 2001: A Space Odyssey and Planet of the Apes, major Hollywood studios made sure their sci fi movies either had a social message or altered consciousness. It took one movie to change all that – and not the one you’re thinking of.
Jason Salazar joins the Fanboys for reports on Worldcon 74, Heroes & Villains, Cinequest’s new VR festival, the new Iron “Man”, Justice League Dark, Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti’s The Monolith, Doctor Strange, Mark Mothersbaugh on Thor: Ragnarok, Guardians of the Galaxy, Infinity War, Return of the Caped Crusaders, The Tick, and Con Man the Game.
Earth-2 Comics’ co-owner Carr D’Angelo joins Derek for their annual conversation on the state of the industry, Comic-Con’s effect on retailing, and where the year […]
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!
It was already big, and like a Marvel crossover event, it just got bigger. Unlike a Marvel crossover event, however, Illusive Comics & Games actually […]
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!
When IDW announced they had the rights to do a new Rom comic book, I had my doubts. The cool-looking Spaceknight toy of the 1970s looked cool, […]
Even before Comic-Con officially started, the party had begun. At least, the responsible and moderate partaking of a beverage made from triticale — not quadro-triticale, […]
Two years ago at Cinequest, one of the screens was adapted to show Barco Escape, a three-screen projection method that reminded me a lot of […]
Barely out of college and knocking around television, Jason Williams answered an ad in a newspaper that changed his life. He auditioned for a movie […]
It’s that first day of Comic-Con, or actually it’s Preview Night. Even though the exhibit hall doors don’t open until 6, it feels like the […]