Michele Brittany, Fanbase Press Editorials Manager

Michele Brittany, Fanbase Press Editorials Manager

Lonnie Millsap is a Los Angeles-based cartoonist who released his first book featuring his single-panel cartoons titled My Washcloth Stinks! in 2010 and has published at least one book each year since.  He has been a special guest at San Diego Comic-Con International and has been nominated for a National Cartoonists Society Reuben Award (twice!).  In the last year, he has sold his cartoons to The New Yorker under the moniker, bacön, and you’ll often see Lonnie’s bright and smiling face exhibiting in artist alley at the local SoCal comic conventions.  Recently, Fanbase Press Editorials Manager Michele Brittany interviewed Millsap regarding his creative work, his experience in working with The New Yorker, and more.

At WonderCon 2019, Fanbase Press' Michele Brittany talks with YouTube and Instagram content creator Chris Villain about his creative process, being a participant on the "It’s Alive!: Designing Sci-Fi, Horror, and Mystery TV and Video Games" panel, and more.

At WonderCon 2019, Fanbase Press' Michele Brittany talks with composer Nathan Matthew David (Surviving R. Kelly, Angie Tribeca) about his work on the Deadly Class television series, his dream project, being a participant on the "It’s Alive!: Designing Sci-Fi, Horror, and Mystery TV and Video Games" panel, and more.

At WonderCon 2019, Fanbase Press' Michele Brittany talks with Brendan Taylor of Mavericks VFX (The Handmaids Tale, What We Do in the Shadows) about his work on various television series, his creative process, being a participant on the "It’s Alive!: Designing Sci-Fi, Horror, and Mystery TV and Video Games" panel, and more.

At WonderCon 2019, Fanbase Press' Michele Brittany talks with VFX supervisor Lawson Deming (Barnstorm VFX) about his work on The Man in the High Castle, the work of a VFX supervisor, being a participant on the "It’s Alive!: Designing Sci-Fi, Horror, and Mystery TV and Video Games" panel, and more.

At WonderCon 2019, Fanbase Press' Michele Brittany talks with composer Jeff Rona (Sharkwater, White Squall) about his work on Devil May Cry 5, his preparation and inspiration for the video game, being a participant on the "It’s Alive!: Designing Sci-Fi, Horror, and Mystery TV and Video Games" panel, and more.

When one thinks of superheroes, likely Batman will be the first or second character that will come to mind and rightly so.  Thanks to the creative genius of Bob Kane and Bill Finger, Batman made his debut in Detective Comics #27 in 1939.  He was orphaned as a young boy when his parents were murdered before his eyes, and the seed was planted for the eventual appearance of Batman, who was also known as the Dark Knight and the Caped Crusader.  Vengeance and justice weighed on his heart when he donned his bat-inspired outfit to fit crime on the streets of his city: Gotham City.  

The smaller the town, the bigger the secret.

“Love Town is a city built upon a foundation of corruption, violence, and greed, where millionaire celebrities rub shoulders with ruthless gangsters and scheming politicians, where the figurative magic of the silver screen competes with the literal magic of the streets.

Magic is the siren’s song that lures so many in Love Town to their doom…”

They pay him to kill.
He lives in a world of faces without names, without futures. Two-dimensional images frozen in time.
An amateur would be shaking like a leaf before each operation.
He’s like a cold, tranquil lake.
Its surface…frozen.
Its depths…unreachable.

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