The podcast crew live streamed Thursday, September 10 to talk about DC Fandome and offer up their comics picks of the past few weeks. Plus […]
When Michael Goodson and I started Fanboy Planet back in 2001, I’m not sure the term blog had really taken hold. We weren’t really sure […]
Ric Bretschneider and I recorded two podcasts this weekend at BayCon — one our regular “live” show, and one special “focus” episode interviewing BayCon 2019 […]
For the past few years, we’ve been honored to take part in BayCon. Occasionally we’ve recorded the podcast in front of a live audience there, […]
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.
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!
The Fanboys ask all the questions you want answers for, like Star Wars – Rogue One, Marvel coming to Comic-Con, Hard Rock Hotel turning into Belle Reve, Sacha Baron Cohen turning into Mandrake the Magician, The Killing Joke, is Sharon Stone Firestar, do we need another Battlestar Galactica, Ghostbusters, the return of Transformers the Movie , Voltron, Bendis and Maleev’s Scarlet on Cinemax, Superman on Supergirl, Game of Thrones, Zombie Stormtroopers, and so much more!
This concluding episode we’ll be looking at a couple of real-world examples of what you can come to expect from the future of digital media, and how to best prepare for it.
Of course like all modern trilogies, there’s the potential for sequels. If you have questions or if there are new developments in this area, Digital Fanboy is the friend who will either explain it or tell you you’re better off not knowing.
In Episode 1 we talked about the benefits and additional features we get from electronic media. The terms we hear and what they mean. This round we’ll be looking into how digital media works, and fails – What DRM is and means and how it creates opportunity and complicates “ownership” of digital works. (If you’re paying attention, there’s a little Rebels V. Empire here that you can try at home, but you didn’t hear that from me.)
Digital Fanboy is our exploration into digital media. How we use it, how it uses us, and how to get a better handle on everything. I hope that by breaking this down into small tastes I can help you understand what the present and future hold for us, just as I exorcise my own demons in this area. Come, take the red pill…
Wednesday night you get to focus on the Exhibit Hall — for some, it’s a mad dash to get exclusives; for others, it’s a chance […]