ABSOLUTE JUSTICE-THE CANADIAN SMALLVILLE TRAILER

Holy crap! This awesome trailer not only marks The Martian Manhunter’s return to Smallville, It also shows us more of the JSA in action! Enjoy 🙂

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STORMFRONT INVITES YOU TO JOIN THE ROGUES GALLERY

COMIC BOOK REVIEWS-BAD KIDS GO TO HELL #1



BAD KIDS GO TO HELL #1
Written by Matthew Spradlin and Barry Wernick
Art & Cover by Anthony Vargas

Hello Earth People! I am very happy to announce that from this day forward Fanboy Theatre will be much more than a respected source of Fan Film news and reviews, that’s right! Starting today FBT will become a force to be reckoned with in the rough and tumble world of comic book reviews! Calm down, I know it’s a lot to take in all at once…You okay? Good! Right then, In the great words of Arsenio Hall, “Let’s, get busy!”

For our first comic review here at FBT, I have the pleasure of bringing you the low down on the brilliant, black comedy fueled page turner, Bad Kids Go To Hell!

Like your comics seriously F’ed up? Well my good friend, you have come to the right place!

Brought to you by writers Matt Spradlin, Barry Wernick, and featuring solid pencil and ink work by Anthony Vargas, the premier issue of BKGTH does what every comic worth a damn should do, It features an awesome story that sinks it’s hooks into you, and takes you for one Hell of a ride!

Issue one introduces us to our colorful cast of characters, six unlucky Prep School students (a jock, a priss, a nerd, a weirdo, a brain), and one mysterious outsider, spending a perfectly good Saturday afternoon in detention. No big whoop right? Wrong! It just so happens that the newly constructed library they are doing hard time in harbors a sinister secret that will pit student against student, when a seemingly harmless seance, by a bunch of bored teens, unleashes an ancient evil that will leave them fighting for their lives, one at a time..

If I were to use corny metaphors to describe this book, I guess I would liken it to a cross between Heathers, Poltergeist, and The Breakfast Club, which is funny, since creator Matt Spradlin admits to being influenced by the work of John Hughes while writing the script for this book. I use the word “script” instead of “story”, since the book has a very cinematic feel to it. Also amusing, considering a movie based on the series is currently in development.

What more can I say kiddies, this baby is a great read well worth the cover price of admission (another movie reference, Yeesh!) so visit your local comic shop today and ask for it by name, or you can always order the book directly from the official website. Either way, give these people your money! Awesome job guys, looking forward to reviewing issue #2!

THE 3RD ANNUAL SUPERMAN CELEBRATION FAN FILM COMPETITION

THE 3RD ANNUAL SUPERMAN CELEBRATION FAN FILM COMPETITION

Inked Monkey Productions

PO Box 1087

Millington, TN 38083

(901) 268-5585

The Metropolis Chamber of Commerce and Inked Monkey Productions are proud to announce the Third Annual Superman Celebration Fan Film Competition.

We’re looking for the best superhero-themed short fan films of 15 minutes or less, and the winner will walk away with $300! Films can feature existing or original superheroes, and are not limited to any single comic publisher’s universe.

If you have a short superhero-themed fan film you’d like to enter, go HERE for the competition rules and entry details. The entry deadline is May 25th, 2010. The awards ceremony will take place at Superman Celebration in Metropolis, Illinois on Saturday, June 12th at 8:00 pm. Entrants do not have to be present to win.

Good Luck!

Tim Brown

Inked Monkey Productions

FANBOY FODDER-ENTRY #1

Monday, January 4, 2010

FANBOY FODDER- Entry #1

Hey Folks, Welcome to the first installment of Fanboy Fodder. Fanboy Fodder is a random entry that is Fanboy friendly, but not related to Fan Films. Today’s entry is all about my recent trip to The Dollar Tree! Normally a trip to the dollar store is a guilty pleasure that is nothing to write home about, but on this particular day I discovered some buried treasure in the form of comic books, and trading cards! The comics were in mystery packs, containing 2-3 older comics, and a random non-sports trading card. Here’s a list of the comics I scored in 5 packs…Fantastic Four #247, The Iron Manual #1 (An Iron Man Tech guide), The Micronauts #57, Terminator 2-Judgement Day:Cybernetic Dawn #1, The New Mutants #32, Air Raiders #1, Teen Titans Spotlight #18, Xena Warrior Princess & Joxer Warrior Prince #1, And Secret Wars II #9. The cards included in the packs included were two Wolverine cards, one Batman movie card (Tim Burton film), a Valiant Comics card, and a Marvel Comics foil card. Check out the pics of the actual items below…And now, Here are the sealed non-sports trading card packs I acquired from the mystery card packs….The Mask-Movie Cards, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II-The Secret Of The Ooze-Movie Cards, Muppets Take The Ice cards, and Garfield Collection cards from Pacific
Cards.

Not too shabby… Just goes to show you that you never know what you’ll find at your local dollar store.