The following is an interview with Anas Abdulhak regarding the recent release of the comic book one-shot, Eleutheromania. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Abdulhak about the creative process of bringing the world and characters to life, whether readers can anticipate future installments, and more!

Previously on Angel: Well, the identity of the sorrow demon has been cleared up, and it’s none other than the Groosalugg. On the other hand, there’s also a literal poop demon (a.k.a. Lord Lanugo) running about. Good thing is that Angel’s back to normal. Now, time for a plan.

The following is an interview with writer Jamie Kort regarding the recent release of the short story, "A Puppet Scorned." In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Kort about the creative process of bringing the world and characters to life, whether readers can anticipate future installments, and more!

Synopsis: Bart Bartson is getting settled in his (hopefully!) temporary foster home. And by getting settled, I mean he’s enduring the bullying by Madame Stockholm and her obnoxious nephew, Roddy. Fortunately, it doesn’t seem like he’s alone, whether in real life or in his imagination.

The following is an interview with comic book writer Andrew Wheeler regarding the recent release of the series, Love and War, with ComiXology Originals. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Wheeler about the shared creative process in bringing the story to life, the impact that Love and War may have on readers, and more!

Tread Perilously is a podcast in which hosts Erik Amaya and author Justin Robinson watch the “worst” episodes of popular TV shows, attempting to determine if they would continue to watch the series based on the most off-key moments.

This Week: Doctor Who's "Nightmare of Eden"

Tread Perilously's Doctor Who month continues with the Fourth Doctor adventure known as "Nightmare of Eden."

I had never been to a Star Trek convention. When I discovered that Star Trek: Mission Chicago was beaming into my home town, I decided to go to see what I was missing. I felt that this show was unique in many ways.  

The following is an interview with storyboard artist Richard Bennett (Zodiac, Star Trek, Avengers, Captain America: Winter Soldier, Captain America: Civil War, Tron: Legacy, Spider-Man: No Way Home) regarding the recent launch of the Kickstarter campaign for Godzilla & Kong: The Cinematic Storyboard Art of Richard Bennett to be published by Clover Press. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Bennett about the inspiration behind this amazing collection, the incredible backer rewards available to supporters of the campaign, and more!

As Honeysuckle, Marc, and Templeton walk to Denver, they come upon a police officer who is using convicts to help clear the road of bodies.

Daisy #5 concludes the dark and nightmarish tale about the offspring of the Nephilim and the teenage girl that was destined to change things. Think Buffy the Vampire Slayer with its anti-patriarchal stance and throw in a bit more Dante-esque sensibilities and you get a decent idea of the tone of this series. Colin Lorimer saved his most epic work on Daisy for his finale, and if there were any stops before, consider them all pulled out. After the raised stakes of the previous issues, this one tops it both visually as well as thematically. With Daisy now in a position to make a drastic change, Bezaliel makes his final play, calling upon higher powers to unite with his cause.

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