Hello to all you Fans, Dorks, Geeks and Nerds out there in Fanland and welcome back to another amazing adventure of Fanboy Rant. In this week's adventure we catch up with our Fanboys and all their latest shenanigans after a small hiatus from recording together. We hear from Brian about Disney's
Many gamers, myself included, eagerly await the release of Kingdom Hearts III (whenever that may be). While it has been over a decade since the last numbered entry in the wonderfully convoluted series, there have been multiple entries since that should not be overlooked. Birth by Sleep showed us how
**Warning: Full spoilers for the episode follow** Well the wait is over. Was it worth it? We begin seeing Ice, Ned Stark's sword being melted down and formed into two new blades, all while an orchestral version of Rains of Castamere/Opening Theme plays ominously in the background and Tywin Lannister watches.
Greg Pak’s Batman/Superman has been weird but highly enjoyable right from the start but this issue is weird in a bad way. With Batman/Superman #5, Pak delivers a story that is somehow more confusing than his previous arc featuring shape-shifting trickster demons and multiple universes. It’s a pseudo send-up of
Halloween is often a showcase for the macabre and the grotesque, but Captain Ultimate #4 presents something far scarier: stolen Halloween candy! This trick-or-treat adventure is designed strictly to be a fun, carefree romp within a world of costumed kids and goofy, embarrassing parents. As always, Joey Esposito and Benjamin