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Fanbase Press Invites Readers to Check In at ‘Hero Hotel’

FANBASE PRESS INVITES READERS TO CHECK-IN AT ‘HERO HOTEL’ LOS ANGELES, CA – August 15, 2016 – Fanbase Press is excited to announce the newest addition to its comic book publishing slate with writer/artist Yehudi Mercado’s (Pantalones, TX, Rocket Salvage) … Continue reading

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Unit 44 Volume #1

My knowledge of Wes Locher goes back a long way since his series, Chambers, is one of the first that I reviewed in full for Fanboy Comics, so when he kindly gave me a copy of his new series, Unit 44, I was … Continue reading

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‘The Arcs: Volume 1’ Now Available on ComiXology!

LOS ANGELES, CA – August 19, 2015 – Fanboy Comics (FBC) is excited to announce that The Arcs: Volume 1 is now available for sale through ComiXology! The Arcs is an epic and gritty graphic novel that follows the seven … Continue reading

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Rundown of Staple! Independent Media Expo March 7, 2015

I haven’t attended any sort of fan media convention in over ten years, so when I stumbled across mention of Staple! Independent Media Expo in one of Janelle Asselin’s Hire This Woman series on Comics Alliance I got very excited. … Continue reading

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The Time to Choose a Side Is Here!

The comedic and wacky indie comic Penguins vs Possums is now available through Fanboy Comic’s online store. Both signed and unsigned copies are available. The direct link to the comic in the store is: http://fanboycomics.ecrater.com/p/20040574/penguins-vs-possums-volume-one “Since the dawn of time, … Continue reading

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Not Quite a Review of Fanboy Comics’ The Arcs

I’m not going to actually review Fanboy Comics’ latest offering, The Arcs for a variety of reasons. The biggest one is that as a contributor to the website, which I openly admit throughout the web, I know I can’t be … Continue reading

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