Jason Fabok's 10 Favorite "Justice League" Moments
I've been reading comics on a regular basis since "The Death of Superman" storyline captured my imagination in 1992 at the age of 9. My parents fully supported my oncoming comic book addiction by driving me to the comic shop every week on Wednesdays, schedules permitting. At around that same time, I realized I wanted to be involved in the comics world in one way or another.
I went to college at Ohio Wesleyan University where I met my future wife, got a degree in creative writing and literature and also scored an internship at Wizard. After graduating the next year, I stayed around my hometown of Toledo, Ohio until a spot opened up at Wizard. I interviewed for the job in the research department and wound up getting it. I was at Wizard for about four years where I learned a lot about the magazine business and eventually worked my way up to Associate Editor of ToyFare. Moving to New York has lead to me living in a bunch of towns no one's ever heard of like Nyack, Stony Point and New Windsor.
Since 2009 I've been freelancing full time which has been both nerve wracking and a lot of fun. I've written for Maxim.com, UGO.com, Marvel.com and a number of others, with CBR being the most recent. My main gig is covering the wild and diverse world of comics coming out from Image along with a few other topics here and there.
FIRST COMIC: A stack from a neighbor that included the first four issues of "Captain Carrot & The Zoo Crew," "Fantastic Four" #335 and "New Teen Titans" #19 among others.
FAVORITE CHARACTER: Superman, Creeper, Batman, Captain America, pretty much anyone who's interesting.
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We round up all the collectible news from before this weekend's New York Toy Fair 2015 including "Masters of the Universe" and new DC Collectibles.
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Webcomic creator Madeleine Flores tells CBR about expanding her gag-based comic into a full-on story as BOOM! Studios brings the project to print.
In an annual report to shareholders, Disney confirmed the 2017 release of Episode XIII, followed in 2019 by Episode IX.
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"The Wolf of Wall Street" actress says she definitely up to the “challenge” of playing the fan-favorite character in David Ayer’s supervillain team-up movie.
DC shows off a variety of Bat-themed toys and statues while "Avengers: Age of Ultron" inspires collectibles from Funko and Diamond Select Toys.
Brian Lynch & Ryan North discuss resurrecting Bill S. Preston, Esquire and Ted "Theodore" Logan at BOOM! with "Bill & Ted's Most Triumphant Return."
"The Hallow" director promises that his version of "The Crow" franchise will go back to James O’Barr’s comic book source material.
The Vision actor gushes about the scale of the Marvel production, which he says is reflected in the final footage.
The "Scary Go Round" creator discusses bringing another webcomic to print in an all-new series showing the challenges of dorm life.