Covering the week of 11/10/14, the Fanboy Comics staff reviews the top geek stories from the popular, daily e-newsletter, The Fanboy Scoop.
In this episode, the FBC crew and special guest Joshua Henaman discuss the excitement of the Philae lander reaching Comet 67P, the unpopular rumors surrounding the new Fantastic Four film, serial offenders on Twitter, and the inevitable results of Joss Whedon's eventual departure from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Black Maria staff writer Kyle Turner on Alain Resnais' debate film Hiroshima, Mon Amour.
Every year we find ourselves in the same position. The holidays have arrived and sales are reaching a fever pitch, but where should our hard-earned dollars go? With Black Friday now conspicuously starting halfway through Thursday, it is becoming harder to shop savvy at the local big box stores in town. Lucky for us, the Internet provides a thoughtful solution.
Typesetter’s Wild’s End starts out with a great sense of urgency and fury. We immediately are in this record. There is a slightly messy slightly frantic undercurrent to this album. It works to get you riled up and the album never lets you come down. I can only imagine what a pit would be like. Within the album, and even within individual tracks, hey are creating the tension and the relapse – brilliant.
NYCC'14 was a huge success. The past few weeks we've seen a lot of articles about cosplayers and what not, but here at CC2K we pride ourselves with only the best. So, come and check out part 2 of Cosplay and things you missed.
SPOILERS AHEAD FOR THE MOVIE AND THE BOOK!
Coming out of Gone Girl, I was of two minds — appalled pearl-clutcher and delighted crime-fiction geek. On reflection, I’m inclined to side with the pearl-clutcher in me that sees David Fincher’s adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s bestselling thriller as a clarion call for misogynists and men’s rights loons everywhere, but I’d still like to talk about how the movie (adapted by Flynn herself) mashes together a variety of tropes from several decades’ worth of crime-fiction lore — all for a deeply hypnotic end-result.
Covering the week of 11/3/14, the Fanboy Comics staff reviews the top geek stories from the popular, daily e-newsletter, The Fanboy Scoop.
In this episode, the FBC crew and special guests Sebastian Kadlecik, John Bring, and Lindsay Calhoon Bring discuss the leak of the Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer, the end of filming for Star Wars: Episode VII, the usefulness (or lack thereof) of flying cars, and the expectations of Interstellar.
With the passing of another year, we readied our hearts and wallets for the next installment in the Call of Duty franchise. Last year’s Call of Duty: Ghosts saw a dip in the series, both in quality and fan approval. This year, Sledgehammer Games--a studio that has worked alongside other Call of Duty studios--has been given the tools to create their own unique twist to a played out franchise. Advanced Warfare is a graphical accomplishment boasting a fully realized cast with advancements in the way Call of Duty will be viewed going into the future.
Big Ross examines a common trope used in bringing comic book characters to the small screen, and why it should be banished to the Phantom Zone.
Welcome to The PREVIEWS Party Podcast! Covering the November 2014 issue of PREVIEWS magazine from Diamond Comic Distributors, Inc., Fanboy Comics' panel examines the upcoming comics, graphic novels, and other merchandise that will be available in stores nationwide and explains the importance of pre-ordering and its effect on the comic book industry as a whole.