Phoenix Comicon, one of the most special events that any geek or geek at heart anxiously awaits all year is finally upon us. In less than a month, the streets of downtown Phoenix will be filled with eager participants, as well as curious onlookers, looking to satisfy their hunger for
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, your Fanboy has the Honor of sitting down with Matt Hawkins. Owner and President of Top Cow Comics and one of the founders
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, your Fanboy gets the pleasure of getting to sit down with the outstanding Barely Normal Fay. We talk about her arrival on to
Fur really starts to fly in this week’s GNN Podcast | Weekly Wrap Up! Out hosts chat about the next thing PETA wants to ban, and follow-up into softer territories like what’s new on the mobile market. Tia talks about all sorts of new and returning shows coming to Netflix,
The GNN Podcast is back with episode 9 of the Weekly Wrap Up! Chris and Stitch reunite with Tia to bring you the latest in Geek news around the world. This week brings in news from Netflix, developments from Japan, and hilarity both at home and abroad. Our hosts chat
The GNN Podcast is back with episode 7 of the Weekly Wrap Up! The team is at it again with tales throughout the Geek spectrum! In this week’s episode, the crew gets into an in depth talk about Star Wars: Rogue One, the upcoming Episode VIII, and the latest cast
Big things are happening at San Diego Comic Con 2016 (SDCC 2016). As of July 21, MTV announced to a room of over four thousand fans that all good things must come to an end. “Teen Wolf” will conclude with its sixth and final season premiering in November. The series will end with a
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 talk about all of the comic tv shows that have started popping up in the last few years. We talk about our
The original Batman tv series ran from 1966-1968, and only lasted three seasons. Recently, we have uncovered the casting notes for the proposed fourth season, and it would have been magnificent. (This is my first collaboration; list co-written by Jason Gonzalez)
11. George the Animal Steele as Bane.
10. Ronald Reagan as Clayface.
Over the last week, the major networks have announced six new comic book related shows coming in the Fall. Not to be outdone, the basic cables channels are all scrambling to capture the zeitgeist and create their own comic franchises, with mixed results....
11. The Food Network - Cooking with Household