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‘Man vs. Rock: Volume Four’ - Comic Book Review (Way More Enjoyable Than Orally Pleasuring a Rock) The utterly insane indie comic series Man vs. Rock has released its fourth issue and is continuing to revel in its gut-busting, bizarre, and at times (actually, most of the time . . . ) openly lewd ongoing saga of the human race’s war against the global rock menace. With Man vs. Rock: Volume Four, writers Victor Detroy and Kevin Bieber and artist Jared Lamp continue to deliver a satirical disaster/action comic that stands without peers in the current comic scene and dives deep into the demented rabbit hole that is the origin of Buck Stone . . . the rocks’ worst enemy!
The Future Will Be Carpeted: An Analysis of ‘Deep Space Nine (S4E7)’ “The speed of technological advancement isn’t nearly as important as short-term quarterly gains.”
     -- Quark


When The X-Files debuted, a friend of mine called to tell me they’d made a show just for me. He wasn’t wrong. I had been obsessed with cryptozoology since I was old enough to have obsessions, and as I matured, this developed into an overarching love of conspiracies and the paranormal. I have since channeled this love in the most, or least, constructive way possible (depending on your viewpoint), by writing a series of books (blatant plug!), but this kind of story will always resonate with me.
Wonder Woman Wednesday: Cheetah ‘77 Hola, Wonder Woman Wednesday Warriors!

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‘Walt Disney’s Donald Duck Daily Newspaper Comics: Volume 1’ – Hardcover Review When I was a kid and we still had a newspaper delivered to the house, when my father was all done reading it – and before I fell in love with the sports page – the comic pages were my first destination.  I pretty much read anything – with the possible exception of Apartment 3-G and Rex Morgan, MD, which were soap opera strips and, therefore, not funny – on that page.
Join Blastoff Comics for the ‘Lady Killer’ International Release Party! Blastoff Comics, the top-of-the-line comic book shop in North Hollywood, CA, invites you to attend the international book release party for Dark Horse Comics’ collected edition of Lady Killer, the critically acclaimed, sixties noir thriller!  Prolific fan-favorite writer Jamie S. Rich will join superstar artist Joelle Jones, who will be flying in for a rare Los Angeles appearance, on Saturday, September 5th, 2015, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.! 

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The ‘PREVIEWS’ Party Interviews Russell Brettholtz and Miguel Mendonça of ‘Side-Kicked’ Side-Kicked is a new trade paperback coming out in October from Darby Pop Publishing. Created by Russell Brettholtz and Miguel Mendonça (and with art by Mendonça and Bong Dazo), it tells the story of a world where the only thing worse than a super-villain is an egomaniacal superhero. It is the responsibility of the under-paid, under-appreciated sidekicks to both make their partners look good and keep common citizens out of danger. But, what happens when the sidekicks decide that they’ve had enough?

To learn more about this cool, new book, we went straight to the source and interviewed the creators of Side-Kicked.
Fanboy Comics Interviews Writer/Artist Ian McGinty, Creator of ‘Welcome to Showside’ The following is an interview with writer and illustrator Ian McGinty, who will soon release his creator-owned comic book series, Welcome to Showside, through Z2 Comics this October. In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with McGinty about his transition from artist to writer, why Z2 Comics will make a great platform for Welcome to Showside, the series' adaptation to TV, and more!  Plus, be sure to check out the preview pages and variant covers (by artist Erin Hunting), below!
Fanboy Comics Interviews Glenn Head, Author of ‘Chicago’ The following is an interview with Harvey and Eisner-nominated cartoonist and editor Glenn Head, who is also the author of the soon-to-be-released graphic novel, Chicago. In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with Head about his inspiration for writing the book, his six-year creative process for the project, and what makes the comic book medium such a challenging, yet rewarding, medium!
Fanboy Comics Interviews Caseen Gaines, Author of ‘We Don’t Need Roads’ The following is an interview with Caseen Gaines, author of the recently released book, We Don't Need Roads: The Making of the Back to the Future Trilogy. In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with Gaines about his inspiration for taking on trilogy, the most challenging and rewarding aspects of the creative process, why the Back to the Future films were impactful to him personally, and where readers may purchase their copy of the book!
Fanboy Comics Interviews Comic Creator Caitlin Like (‘Maiden of the Machine’) The following is an interview with comic creator Caitlin Like (Maiden of the Machine, Children of Loki: Fenir). In this interview, Fanboy Comics Contributor Madeleine Holly-Rosing chats with Like about her creative process, her penchant for telling female-led stories, why death is a recurring theme in her projects, and where you can go to learn more about her work!