ADVANCE Angel & Faith #10 Review: Magically Living Beyond Your Means!!!

Greetings, Scoobies! Out of the shadows the Comic Book Slayer steps once more to bring you an advance review of the latest issue of Angel & Faith. Regular artist Rebekah  Isaacs only provides the alternate cover, sitting this issue out and allowing artist Chris Samnee to step in and take a swing. After wrapping up a heavy arc in the last issue, writer Christos Gage gives us a lighter tale this time that still pushes the story forward and introduces several new elements. SPOILERS Read more about ADVANCE Angel & Faith #10 Review: Magically Living Beyond Your Means!!!

ADVANCE Angel & Faith #9 Review: Some People You Gotta Write Off

Greetings, Scoobies. While the loss of limbs, human or robotic, has been something of a common condition recently in the Buffy-verse, I’m happy to inform my army of minions that while I did have to donate an appendage to the comic book gods for this month’s advance issue of Angel & Faith #9, fortunately, it wasn’t MY appendage. I mean, come on. How would I turn the pages? Anywho, it was totally worth it (And, I’m sure my one-armed buddy would agree. Right, buddy?), as writer Christos Gage and artist Rebekah Isaacs deliver their final chapter of the ‘Daddy Issues’ story arc.
 
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ADVANCE "Angel & Faith" #8 Review: Old Wounds Still Sting

Well, Scoobies, I had to give my right arm to get this advance copy of Angel & Faith #8, but that type of thing is quickly becoming a trend, isn’t it? The point is that the Comic Book Slayer has scored another advance review for your comic book sniffing pleasure! MINOR SPOILERS BELOW Read more about ADVANCE "Angel & Faith" #8 Review: Old Wounds Still Sting

WonderCon 2012: Writer Joe Kelly Talks about Superman vs. The Elite

At WonderCon 2012, writer Joe Kelly talks with Fanboy Comics about adapting his single issue Superman comic “What’s So Funny about Truth, Justice, and the American Way?” into the feature-length animated movie Superman vs. The Elite, and how it is a reaction to Warren Ellis’ The Authority.

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WonderCon 2012: Robin Atkin Downes at the Premiere of “Superman vs. The Elite!”

At WonderCon 2012, actor Robin Atkin Downes chats with the Fanboy Comics crew about his work on DC’s newest animated feature Superman vs. The Elite, playing the “Big Bad” Manchester Black, how he prepares to play a telepath, and what it is like to take on the Man of Steel!   CLICK HERE TO WATCH […]