Guts is a graphic novel and personal memoir in which writer/artist Raina Telgemeier shares what it was like to grow up with certain fears that manifested into physical pains. This story will resonate for any child (or parent with a child) who experiences anxiety in some way. Although not everyone will completely understand Telgemeier’s emetophobia (or extreme fear of vomiting), the anxiety it produced further pained her stomach, while also affecting her food choices.

The following is an interview with UK Comics Laureate Hannah Berry on the release of the third chapter of the educational comic, PLANET DIVOC-91, via WEBTOONS. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Berry about how she came to be involved in the collaborative project, her creative process in balancing the writing and illustrative duties, the impact that she hopes the story may have with readers, and more!

A worm, a mother, and a talking rosebush walk into a maze...

The following is an interview with Dani Lamia on the release of the upcoming novel, 666 Gable Way, from Level 4 Press. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Lamia about the inspiration behind the new novel, their creative process in bringing 666 Gable Way to life, the impact that they hope the story may have with readers, and more!

The following is an interview with Daniel Kraus on the release of his new novel, They Threw Us Away, from Holt. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Kraus about the inspiration behind the new novel, his creative process in bringing They Threw Us Away to life, the impact that he hopes the story may have with readers, and more!

The following is an interview with Glen Zipper (producer - Undefeated, Showbiz Kids) and Elaine Mongeon (associate producer - Magic Mike XXL, Red Oaks) on the release of their new novel, Devastation Class, from HarperCollins/Blink.  In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Zipper and Mongeon about the inspiration behind the story, their shared creative process in bringing Devastation Class to life, the impact that they hope the story may have with readers, and more!

Superman: Man of Tomorrow is the latest offering from the DC Universe Animated movies collection — of which I’m generally a big fan - and this film doesn’t disappoint. Over the years, we’ve seen almost as many depictions of the Superman origin story as we have of the Batman origin story. We practically know it by heart, beat for beat. That’s not what this movie is. Rather, it’s an exploration of who Superman is and a glimpse at the journey he took in his early years, towards becoming the Man of Tomorrow.

As the impact of the Coronavirus continues to reverberate throughout the comic book industry and our society as a whole, we at Fanbase Press would like to provide an opportunity for all comics industry professionals to join together in solidarity. On Saturday, September 19, at 10 a.m./PT, Fanbase Press will host its weekly Creator Forum: Group Discussion, an hour-long, informal discussion about the positive ways to cope with the changing comics landscape. Taking place via the Zoom platform (video and audio), the Creator Forum will be free to join and limited to the first 100 attendees to RSVP. The previous Group Discussions have been a great success, with creators, publishers, media professionals, and educators from across the comics medium discussing new and positive ideas. We hope that this discussion will provide an opportunity to re-connect with colleagues, to find new resources and information, and to build hope in collaborating with other comics creators.

With the release of Season 2 of The Umbrella Academy on Netflix, there have been a lot of memes floating around about how everyone simply loves Klaus. Well, here’s your chance to get even more Klaus. It’s like the creators of The Umbrella Academy comic book could pre-cog read your minds.

It's official: I am addicted to this story. I just added it to my pull list, because they are doing everything right. First, I want to say if you haven't read issue #1 of Seven Secrets, then don’t read the rest of this article, but know that if you like secret organizations, mystery, and bad-ass action, you should go and buy a copy now. If you did happen to pick up a copy of the first issue, please continue on to the next paragraph; there will be no spoilers for you!

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