FanboyNation Logo FanboyNation was founded in early 2012 by print journalist, Professor R.C. Samo. Our vision is to bring you traditional journalistic integrity, which has been lacking in the geek chic community. We were tired of being told, “Exclusive Spoilers!” only to be redirected to the official website. When FanboyNation shouts, “Exclusive!” you can count on it being an exclusive.

FanboyNation is a place for people to learn about the topics they love in a new way. We provide insight into the lives of the artists, producers, the movers, the shakers, the indies, up-and-comers, the big-wigs and most importantly, the little guys. We tell you about movies, comic books, books, games, video games, wrestling, MMA, and arena football, sharing our enthusiasm with you. We often have exclusive and extensive interviews with notable creators from the worlds of comics, television, and film.

Notable columns include “Revisiting the Reviled,” in which our reviewer looks back at panned movies of the past and decides whether they deserved it, “Future Comic Rock Stars” about some of the best of the best in the comics world, “Adult Continuity” where our columnist reviews geeky film porn parodies for continuity errors, “This Week in Crowdfunding” in which we scour Kickstarter and Indiegogo for the coolest campaigns worth your hard earned money, and “Comics on the Can” an irreverent look through comics of the past while visiting the john. FanboyNation also hosts a number of podcasts, including “Growing up Geek” about having a geeky family, “Toon-In Talk” in which the host interviews the best of the best in animation, “Comics After Dark” and irreverent look at the week’s comic news, and the “Popcorn Podcast” in which the hosts dissect current movies and television shows.

We are passionate about the topics we write on, and it shows. If we like something, we’ll let everyone know! We share press releases, preview images, oversized checks with ads on them, opinions about the current trends and invite our readers to do the same on site and across social media.

We have an enthusiastic group of followers who are exuberant and joyful in their love of their favorite fandoms.

Sponsorship Costs


Side Column Advertisements Size Per Month One Site Per Month Two Sites (FangirlNation & FanboyNation)
100 x 100 $80 $120
250 x 350 $150  $200
160  x 600 $200 $275
Bottom banner (600 x 100 max) $70 $85
Sponsored Posts If you write them and provide relevant images $120 $175
Product Reviews $100 $140
Giveaways You pay postage and send the item to its destination.
Event Coverage At this point, we don’t charge; it depends on reporter availability and event accessibility.


We are also open to ad exchange. Want something you don’t see here? Ask us!

Note: We will not post popup, video, or audio ads.

To begin sponsorship with FanboyNation please contact R.C. Samo at [email protected]

Number Crunching

An Overview of Site Reach

(Numbers from Google Analytics and Quick Stats)
September 23, 2017-October 22, 2017

Sessions Users Unique page views Average Page Per Day
8,619 8,049 326,497 10,284


Traffic Sources Number of Hits Percentage of Total
Organic Search 29,384 9%
Social 222,017 68%
Direct 52,239 16%
Referral 26,119 8%


FanboyNation on Social Media


Facebook 2,110
Twitter @FanboyNation 24,100
Instagram 1425


FanboyNation’s Editors

Site Owner Robert Samo

R.C. began his journalism career in 1996 as a college freshman. He has been published everywhere from Pro Wrestling Illustrated to the Oakland Tribune and Orange County Register. His vision for FangirlNation and FanboyNation was to return a sense of traditional journalism in a world full of sensationalism and geek rage.

Senior Editor Carl R. Jansson

FanboyNation’s resident comics historian, Carl has an unhealthy obsession with Ultraman and proper grammar, as well as a tragically fatal case of Anglophilia. He loves run-on sentences, cheap whiskey, Doctor Who to the point an intervention may be needed, has more books than friends, and likes it that way. He has been a comic shop impresario, comic book artist/writer, book/record store clerk, electronic musician and composer, late night radio DJ, club promoter, graphic/logo designer, baker, chef, book editor, and other cool things so hip they hurt.