Every week, iFanboy talks comics. This video show brings you the world of comic books through the eyes of iFanboy hosts Josh, Ron, and Conor. Whether you want to see what's going on at some of the biggest comic book conventions, or you're not sure what comics you should be reading, iFanboy covers a new topic every week, with passion, honesty, and, if all goes well, some laughs too. Whether it's talking about comics from the living room, or going out and meeting big names at conventions and signings, iFanboy will bring you something fun every week. Watch iFanboy for graphic novel and trade paperback recommendations, reviews of comics from Marvel, DC, Image, and Indie publishers, and sometimes we even give dating advice. So far, we've talked to Grant Morrison, Robert Kirkman, Dan DiDio, Brian K. Vaughan, Peter David, Joe Casey, Greg Rucka, Paul Dini, Joss Whedon, and others. And we're just getting started. New episodes every Saturday!
Josh Flanagan has been reading comics for the better part of the last decade. A bizarre product of Maine, Los Angeles, and New York City, his comic tastes run all over the place, from gripping superhero work to small, personal books, and lots of stuff in between. Opinionated, passionate, and maybe even a bit picky, he values nothing more than well-written comic books.
Conor Kilpatrick knows that criminals are a cowardly and superstitious lot and he knows this because he's been reading comic books since the early 1980s. Back then he ran around the streets of New York City in superhero costumes his mom would make him, but these days he eschews tights for a biting dry wit and a thirst for good storytelling, no matter what the genre. The tights only come back out for special occasions.
Ron Richards is a Marvel Zombie in the best possible way. Devoted to the X-Men since he was a teenager on Long Island, there is no depth of minutiae or continuity too small to escape his watchful eye. But all those years of comics have taught him a thing or two about what works and what doesn't, when it comes to sequential storytelling, and you better believe he'll tell you what he thinks.