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Fanbase Press Hosts Hannibal Tabu in Engaging With Comics Press

Fanbase Press Hosts Hannibal Tabu in "Engaging With Comics Press"

This Sunday at 1 PM Pacific time, award-winning journalist, writer, and online gadfly Hannibal Tabu be the guest of the Eisner-nominated publisher Fanbase Press for their Creator Forum series Tabu will give an hour-long presentation on "Engaging With Comics Press."[caption id="attachment_1258222" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Official image for the Creator Forum, Image Used with permission.[/caption]Fanbase Press wrote[...]

Miranda Smith Gustin Barrett &#038 More Join Plague Nerdalogues for BLM

Miranda, Smith, Gustin, Barrett & More Join Plague Nerdalogues for BLM

 After a brief technical conversation with his colleague Hannibal Tabu, it was determined that there was room to bring Bernardin’s vision of “Plague Nerdalogues” to life and this time proceeds are going to Black Lives Matter. "I’ve been sitting here, day after day, both watching the world slip and watching people do their best to stop[...]

The Black Comics Community Takes On Viral Dont Rush Challenge

The Black Comics Community Takes On Viral Don't Rush Challenge

Walker Merchandisers and creators Tiana and Nia from Happy Monster Spirit's Destiny maker Dorphise Jean Award-winning journalist, writer, and Top Cow Talent hunt winner Hannibal Tabu Creator and publisher Javier Cruz Winnik Journalist, host, and creator of The Blerd Gurl Karama Horne Freelance illustrator Julie Anderson Studio principal Lawrence King Artist and writer TJ Sterling [...]

Eagle-Con 2020 Brings High Powered Guests To Cal State LA

Eagle-Con 2020 Brings High Powered Guests To Cal State LA

(Pirates of the Caribbean, Anger Management, Transformers: Fall of Cybertron) and be moderated by Bleeding Cool’s own Hannibal Tabu.A Star Trek panel on “aliens throughout the years” will have as panelists Karen Westerfield (makeup artist, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise, Spider-Man, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End), Dan Curry (visual effects supervisor, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager,[...]

INTERVIEW: Artist Quinn McGowan Talks #WildfireWednesday Season 5

INTERVIEW: Artist Quinn McGowan Talks #WildfireWednesday Season 5

I don't fancy myself as a writer, but I knew I wanted to establish a consistent pattern of the level of strength the protagonist displays and once Hannibal Tabu came on as writer, we began expanding the world and relationship dynamics Season Five is, to quote a certain space wizard, William's first step into a[...]

Comics Meet Hip-Hop as Vince Hernandez Sponsors Lord of the Mic: LA MC Battle

Comics Meet Hip-Hop as Vince Hernandez Sponsors Lord of the Mic: LA MC Battle

"I really wanted to do something to celebrate the culture and bring back some of what I loved about hip hop for LA."Hernandez join forces with online gadfly and 2019 County of Los Angeles Cultural Trailblazer Hannibal Tabu to produce an event that would have credibility and hip-hop community and entertainment value for all Tabu[...]

EXCLUSIVE ART: Joe Illidge and Hannibal Tabu headline MPLS Sound from Humanoids

EXCLUSIVE ART: Joe Illidge and Hannibal Tabu headline MPLS Sound from Humanoids

Veteran comics editor Joe Illidge (Milestone, Valiant, A Wave Blue World) and writer Hannibal Tabu (2012 Top Cow Talent Hunt, 2019 City of Los Angeles Cultural Trailblazer) joined together to create a journey through a formative time in American musical history.Publisher's Weekly revealed some details about a new original graphic novel from Humanoids called MPLS[...]

REVIEW: Justice League #37 &#8211 Less Of A Tragedy And More Of A Mystery

REVIEW: Justice League #37 – "Less Of A Tragedy And More Of A Mystery"

NO.JUSTICE LEAGUE #37 (W) Scott Snyder, James TynionIV (A) Jorge Jimenez (CA) Francis Manapul "Justice/Doom War" part eight! The Justice League is making their final push against Perpetua, but some players they previously counted as allies may have been working for the other side the whole time! Who among Perpetua's children will betray them and join Lex[...]

REVIEW: Die #10 &#8211 A Steady Hand On The Wheel

REVIEW: Die #10 – "A Steady Hand On The Wheel"

RATING: BUY.Hannibal Tabu is an award-winning journalist and comic book writer, a published poet and novelist, a husband and father, aligned lawful evil and is a professional awful person His professional efforts can be found on The Operative Network.(Image Comics, creative team: Kieron Gillen, Stephanie Hans, Clayton Cowles)The basic premise of a group of[...]



REVIEW: Star Trek Year Five #8 &#8211 Well-Earned Emotional Payoffs

REVIEW: Star Trek Year Five #8 – "Well-Earned Emotional Payoffs"

The final voyages of the original mission continue here!In Shops: Dec 04, 2019 SRP: $3.99 Hannibal Tabu is an award-winning journalist and comic book writer, a published poet and novelist, a husband and father, aligned lawful evil and is a professional awful person His professional efforts can be found on The Operative Network. (IDW Publishing, creative team:[...]


Hannibal Tabu on Making His Move to Bleeding Cool

Hannibal Tabu on Making His Move to Bleeding Cool

[caption id="attachment_1129259" align="alignright" width="350"] Hannibal Tabu on the Unneccessary Debates panel from Los Angeles Comic-Con 2019[/caption]The comic book industry got its first taste of Hannibal Tabu's writing nineteen years ago when he was asked to write reviews by the editor of ecommerce website NextPlanetOver, a gentleman named Eric Stephenson.Tabu had written reviews for MTV, AOL,[...]

Hannibal Tabu of The Buy Pile Joins Bleeding Cool Today

Hannibal Tabu of "The Buy Pile" Joins Bleeding Cool, Today

Today, Bleeding Cool is proud to announce that Hannibal Tabu, formerly of CBR's The Buy Pile for the past thirteen years - and reporting for them since 2003, and is now joining us as our new Head Comics Reviewer, starting today Go on, let's have his writing bio. Hannibal Tabu began his career as a professional[...]

Irrational Numbers Subtraction #5 Review: Pythagoras Fights Vampires Without Math

Irrational Numbers Subtraction #5 Review: Pythagoras Fights Vampires Without Math

It came off as an uninteresting entry in the long lineage of fantasy fiction that posits what would happen if a clandestine civilization of vampires had existed since time immemorial and existed to the relatively modern era.However, I was sent a review copy of the final entry in the miniseries, and, since I greatly enjoyed[...]

Scoundrel #4 Review: A Predictable yet Satisfying Finale

Scoundrel #4 Review: A Predictable yet Satisfying Finale

Inevitably, he runs out of money, and he must rely on his loyal friend Gus to get him out of this jam, but can even Gus handle where Hector is at in his life?[caption id="attachment_812116" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Scoundrel #4 cover by Dug Nation and Josephine Roberts[/caption]This issue brings Hannibal Tabu and Dug Nation’s Scoundrel series[...]

Scoundrel #2 Review: Irresponsible Racing Habits and Cinco de Mayo

Scoundrel #2 Review: Irresponsible Racing Habits and Cinco de Mayo

As such, we don’t really get any antics from Hector in this issue, and that is a good bit of subtle storytelling on the part of Hannibal Tabu Hector perceives work as something that must consume his entire life, and that is why he prefers his fun-loving and irresponsible ways For him, it is a[...]

Scoundrel #1 Review: Decadent Debauched and Driven

Scoundrel #1 Review: Decadent, Debauched, and Driven

Hannibal Tabu places a lot of seeds in this first issue that seem likely to develop into some compelling elements later.Dug Nation’s artwork is phenomenal He places a lot of detail into every panel, and the characters are given very expressive faces and body language Every scene is full of life, and this is aided[...]

Irrational Numbers: Subtraction #1 Review: Irrational But Sadly Quite Conventional

Irrational Numbers: Subtraction #1 Review: Irrational, But Sadly Quite Conventional

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] In the time of Greek Antiquity, there was a great mathematic philosopher who algebra students would damn in the millennia following named Pythagoras. A student of Pythagoras, named Zalmoxis, loved his teacher so much that he wished to save him from death. Zalmoxis created the curse of Vampyrism to save Pythagoras, but he […]