Thursday, 29 January 2015 10:54

Comic Review: Outcast Vol. 1

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Robert Kirkman’s first story arc (Issues #1 - #6) of his new horror series Outcast Vol. 1 combines suspenseful and supernatural storytelling to create an emotional tale about facing your demons.

Tuesday, 27 January 2015 15:39

Ep. #170 The Fanboy Scoop: Week in Review

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Covering the week of 1/19/15, the Fanboy Comics staff reviews the top geek stories from the popular, daily e-newsletter, The Fanboy Scoop.

In this Season 5 premiere episode, the FBC staffers and special guests Mike Costa (Scarlet Spiders, Smoke and Mirrors) and Jon Armstrong (Trustees Chairman of The Magic Castle, Smoke and Mirrors) discuss Elon Musk's plans to put the internet on Mars, Marvel's new Secret Wars comics, Microsoft's new Tony Stark-esque technology, and The Devastator/Comics Beat's 2014 exhibitor survey.

Calculator :: CALC 7” ::  Count Your Lucky Stars


Okay, so this review will be short and sweet like the Calculator CLC 7”. The CLC 7” is loud, raw, and full of fury. The first track, True North as an old school hardcore punk sounds to it that will have even the biggest syncs saying that maybe punk isn’t dead after all. The second track, Graduation Day is messy and distorted with a touch of melody and elements of screamo.


Though this 7” is only two tracks, it is so jam packed with energy, personality, and attitude that I am itching to hear more from them.

Writing an article about last year's New York Comic Con might seem a bit tardy, but contre monfre, i've been planning this ever since Justice League: Throne of Atlantis was mentioned at NYCC'13! That's right, this review is almost two years in the making.

Thursday, 22 January 2015 00:00

Comic Review: Ant-Man #1

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Marvel’s latest opportunity for newcomers to hop on the Ant-Man bus might have had a bit of a clunky start, but it promises to give readers more than a few great laughs along the way.

Terrorista :: Pink and Purple Cassettes


I think that this may be my first cassette series review. And I am fairly psyched on that, though I may be from the end of the cassette era, I most definitely had a walk man in my book bag every day at school, and taped my favorite songs off the radio, always searching for a time when you were able to catch the very binging of a song and not have the dj’s voice over the intro. Anyway, I digress…


Wednesday, 21 January 2015 00:00

Infinity Wars

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It's official: Disney has taken over the world.

The world is saved...or is it?

Here's CC2K film editor Jill Blake on the underrated actor Fredric March.

Thursday, 15 January 2015 00:00

TPublications: Tortured Life #2

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Richard just wanted to jump off a bridge. He got more than he asked for.

Welcome to The PREVIEWS Party Podcast! Covering the 2014 year in review 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.

Thursday, 08 January 2015 00:00

Dark Horse Comics: Lady Killer #1

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Don’t be fooled by her charm, beauty, and prim mannerisms because underneath it all, Josie Schuller is one stone-cold killer.

5 October 2015 / Argentina/ Operation Fading Dirge

21 August 2016 / Granite Peak / X-COM

Friday, 02 January 2015 15:35

Tony Lazlo Reviews Inherent Vice

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It's not his favorite Paul Thomas Anderson movie of all time, but Tony Lazlo still enjoyed the heck out of the famed director's adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's loopy noir novel.