This week on Make It So, we pay tribute to Leonard Nimoy by revisiting the greatest Trek film of 'em all: The Wrath of Khan. With Sax Carr, Robert J. Peterson and special guest Blair Marnell of CraveOnline! Part two of two.
This week on Make It So, we pay tribute to Leonard Nimoy by revisiting the greatest Trek film of 'em all: The Wrath of Khan. With Sax Carr, Robert J. Peterson and special guest Blair Marnell of CraveOnline! Part two will drop Friday.
Covering the week of 2/23/15, the Fanboy Comics staff reviews the top geek stories from the popular, daily e-newsletter, The Fanboy Scoop.
In this special Long Beach Comic Expo episode of the podcast, the FBC crew interviews several indie creators and exhibitors from the convention floor of the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, CA. Long Beach Comic Expo is a celebration of comic books and pop culture that showcases the exceptional works of talented writers, artists, illustrators, and creators of all pop culture genres each year.
It is no secret that I am somewhat old fashioned…I don’t know where my phone is more than half the time, I still read books on paper, I don’t respond to emails and messages promptly, I miss having flyers in my back pocket, I miss albums, and cds, and tapes. But, I must say, that this internet age of connectedness has put me in contact with some amazing people. One of them being Joel Tannenbaum from Plow United, Ex-Friends, and now The Rentiers. Through PR people and this great internet, Joel reached out to me and I have had the opportunity to gain insight into the music in a way that I wouldn’t have a few years ago, and it’s always exciting to get an email with a new link in it.
This week on Make It So, we revisit "The Ensigns of Command." With Sax Carr, Jordan Byrne, Robert J. Peterson and Brittany Walloch. Special guest: Costume designer and multitalented artist Ratna Pappert!
Covering the week of 2/16/15, the Fanboy Comics staff reviews the top geek stories from the popular, daily e-newsletter, The Fanboy Scoop.
In this episode, the FBC staffers and special guests Zack Beseda and Allen Carter discuss the reveal of DC's new Aquaman, the possible side effects of our "digital age," whether arcade games are making a comeback, and the Game of Thrones characters that may die in the TV show (and not in the books).
ViceVersa :: 000
I was torn on this EP, I was really into half of it, liked a quarter of it, and skipped over the rest. But the half I was into was interesting enough to tell you all about. ViceVersa’s EP 000, is a psychedelic trip on the beach that takes you back to the 60s…or at least the sound of the 60s. Their music has groove and attitude so it somehow relaxes you as it riles you up.
With the Academy Awards taking place this Sunday, February 22, here's CC2K Film Editor Jill Blake with her review of an essential book on the history of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences and the coveted Oscar award.
Having nearly escaped the tragedy and hell that was Sigma-451, wayfarer Sen Lusan and bounty hunter Mosa Ilad continue their search for information surrounding the all-powerful Lazarus Device. Although this time, they’re not doing it alone. Smuggler’s Luck is back with Volume 2!
Covering the week of 2/2/15, the Fanboy Comics staff reviews the top geek stories from the popular, daily e-newsletter, The Fanboy Scoop.
In this episode, the FBC staffers and special guest Matt Hawkins discuss Marvel Studios and Sony's deal for Spider-Man, whether indie comic book creators should create new superhero stories, Neill Blomkamp's supposed Alien film, and NASA's plans to send a submarine to Titan.
The latest installment of the Superman: Earth One franchise is beautifully illustrated and full of action however, the story rests on its laurels and lacks the originality that initially made this saga interesting.