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CBMB: Jared Leto Signs on for Morbius Movie

Oscar winner, and our erstwhile Joker, Jared Leto may have had enough with Warner Bros., and DC Comics playing coy about his future as as the Clown Prince of Crime. Leto will More »

CBMB: Marvel Closes in on a Black Widow Director

Deadline reports that Marvel is aggressively developing a standalone film for Scarlett Johansson, and has its sights set on a female director. Australian helmer Cate Shortland on the short list according to the More »

STAR WARS NEWS: Lucasfilm Shuts Down Development on ‘Star Wars Story’ Anthology Films

Collider’s Frosty Weintraub is reporting that Lucasfilm has shut down development on any further Star Wars anthology films indefinitely. So far, those films included anything outside of the new trilogy of films More »

CBMB: Michael Keaton Returning as Vulture in Spider-Man Sequel

News is building as we get a better picture as to what to expect for Spider-Man: Homecoming 2. Variety is reporting that not only will Jake Gyllenhaal come on to play Mysterio, More »

CBMB: Jake Gyllenhaal Reportedly in Talks for Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 Villain

THR is reporting that Oscar-nominated actor Jake Gyllenhaal is jumping into the superhero world by playing the villain in the upcoming sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming. Gyllenhaal is rumored to be playing Mysterio in More »


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BALTIMORE COMIC CON 2016: Full Recap + Photo Gallery

BALTIMORE COMIC CON 2016: Full Recap + Photo Gallery

By Jeff Ayers

FanboysInc was in full effect at Baltimore Comic Con this year, sharing a booth with our sponsors, Death Wish Coffee. A true recap of all the amazing things that happened in the Baltimore Convention Center would take almost as long



By Megan Wilde

I hit up MegaCon in Orlando this Memorial Day Weekend, and was asked to write up a report for the site, so here it is. Full disclosure: I was working at the Blue Juice Comics and Books booth during the

STAR WARS NEWS: Han Solo Anthology Film Narrows the Search for a Star

By Muuka Muyumba

Lucasfilm and Disney have reportedly narrowed their list for possible actors to lead a Han Solo origin film, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Phil Lord and Christopher Miller are set to direct the film from a script by Lawrence and

OPINION: The X-Files, Season 10 – The Nostalgia Was Out There

OPINION: X-Files - The Nostalgia Was Out There

By Jeff Ayers

By now, we have all come out the other side of the black hole that was the newest season of The X-Files. As the dust settles from this newly minted Season 10, the big question on everyone’s mind who watched


By Jeff Ayers

If you are here and reading this article, then we can only assume you are a FAN of something! We have a very simple motto at FanboysInc: We put the “fan” back in fanboy. So much negative association has come

UFO Crash Lands, Call the X-Files!

OPINION: X-Files - The Nostalgia Was Out There

By Jeff Ayers

If you haven’t heard, the cult classic, The X-Files television show will be premiering six brand new episodes, starting January 24 on Fox. It has been over a decade since viewers have seen FBI Agents Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and

Happy Holidays from FanboysInc: Vader Roasting on an Open Pyre

By Jeff Ayers

Tis the season, and no matter what you celebrate, we want to wish you a happy holidays from all of us at FanboysInc. The true winner this year seems to be STAR WARS, as it has been showing up everywhere,

After Secret Wars: Doctor Strange with Jason Aaron and Chris Bachalo

By Jeff Ayers

Currently in the pages of Marvel Comics, there is a huge event called Secret Wars that is taking place. It is basically taking a lot of different versions of Marvel character and juxtaposing them together in an expanding Battleworld, that

FANCAST: Marvel’s Daredevil Season 2 on Netflix

By Jeff Ayers

FANCAST: Marvel’s Daredevil Season 2 on Netflix Anyone who grew up in the 90’s, and used to read WIZARD magazine, use to see the articles they would run from time to time where they would cast movie properties that haven’t

5 African-American DC Comics Characters Who Deserve a Second Chance

By Nathan Brown

Today is Martin Luther King Day in the United States, so we’re taking a look at a few African-American DC Comics characters who deserve a second chance at becoming bigger heroes.   1. John Stewart (Green Lantern)  There hasn’t been much news

Why Jim Gordon Will Never Save Gotham… And Why It Doesn’t Matter

By Josh Epstein

A common theme among critics of FOX’s Gotham TV show has been that the show’s protagonist, Detective James Gordon, will never succeed. By virtue of knowing Gotham’s future, we know that Gordon and the GCPD will fail to make any

Marvel Surprised Nobody by Casting Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange, And That’s a Good Thing.


It seems that Hydra, fresh off of their victorious exposure of the trailer for Age of Ultron, has reared yet another of its many heads. The Internet erupted today over the leaking of the announcement that actor Benedict Cumberbatch would

Why the World Needs a Wayne


I recently re-watched Christopher Nolan’s “Batman Begins” with an eye towards seeing what lessons could be gleaned. I’ve often wondered what Bruce “Batman” Wayne could have done had he chosen a more mundane path than meting out justice with his

Justice League United: The Case for a Connected DC Cinematic Universe


The internet has been ablaze in recent weeks with news out of DC Entertainment regarding its quickly-expanding collection of live-action offerings. After an early leak of the pilot episode of The Flash, news began to break regarding casting of Brandon Routh (Superman