In this Fanbase Feature, Fanbase Press President Bryant Dillon talks with writer/artist Robert Payne Cabeen about his experiences on Heavy Metal 2000 and Akira, his love of the horror genre, Fearworms: Selected Poems, and much more.
In this episode, the Fanbase Press staff welcomes guests Asterios Kokkinos (Toys 4 Cheap) and Lonnie Millsap (bacon, Next Time I'll Drive!) to discuss the new Logan trailer, our initial reactions to Nintendo Switch, how comic book publishers can better embrace fandoms and diversity, and the not-so-great ExoMars landing.
In this episode, the Fanbase Press staff welcomes guest Geoffrey Golden (Devastator Press, Dream It! Screw It! 30 Years of Rejected Disney Park Ideas) to discuss the UN appointing Wonder Woman as an honorary ambassador, President Obama's plan to go to Mars, the new Rogue One trailer, and an example of why #RepresentationMatters from the world of cosplay.
In this episode, the Fanbase Press staff welcomes guest Aaron Waltke (Netflix's Trollhunters) to discuss the extended edition of DC's Suicide Squad, Red Letter Media's review of The Force Awakens, the introduction of X-23 in Logan, and audiences' questions following the premiere of HBO's Westworld.
As a member of the Horror Writers Association Los Angeles chapter, Fanbase Press Editorials Manager Michele Brittany served as moderator for “Writing in the Dark: Creating Dark and Spooky Fiction.” Joining her on stage were HWA members and novelists Janet Joyce Holden (The Origins of Blood Series), Ian Welke (End Times at Ridgemont High), and Walter Jarvis (The Fleshing). In this Fanbase Feature, we provide you with the panel audio.
In this Fanbase Feature (and in recognition of LGBTQ History Month), Fanbase Press President Bryant Dillon talks with Fanbase Press Senior Contributor Kristine Chester about her experiences as a member of the transgender community, the growing transgender presence in geekdom, and much more.
In this episode, the Fanbase Press staff welcomes guests Beth Scorzato (Managing Editor of Lion Forge, Producer/Co-owner of AwesomeTech Industries) and Brandon Beck (Writer/Director/Co-owner of AwesomeTech Industries) to discuss Greg Rucka's take on Wonder Woman's sexuality, Elon Musk's mission to Mars, why Luke Cage is the most important show of 2016, and nerdlebrities at pop culture conventions.