Flugennock's Latest'n'Greatest: "Space Force no.2: Mars Awaits"

From Mike Flugennock, DC's anarchist cartoonist "Space Force no.2: Mars Awaits" This was initially inspired by this article on Sputnik International,  about the six military bases up for consideration for Space Force  headquarters. After some curious digging, I've noticed they've gone  from "Mars Awaits" to the slightly more modest "back to the Moon in 5  years". Of course, the goal that's grabbing the attention of millions  of u...
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since t-rex's number is the same as dunbar's number, it's a reasonable strategy to forget dunbar and only remember t-rex's number

archive - contact - sexy exciting merchandise - search - about ← previous April 22nd, 2019 next April 22nd, 2019: Hey uh Ryan North's number is also the same as Dunbar's and T-Rex's number, so you should probably forget about them and remember me instead.– Ryan

Kevin Feige Considers Spider-Man: Far From Home, Not Avengers: Endgame, as the End of the MCU's Third Phase

Here’s an intriguing tidbit: according to Kevin Feige, Avengers: Endgame isn’t actually the end of the third phase of Marvel movies, even though, y’know, it’s in the name and everything. Read more...
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The Life Lessons We’ve Learned from the Women of The Marvel Cinematic Universe

An epic ten years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is coming to an end, and we're celebrating the women who shaped the series.
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This Avengers: Endgame Mashup Trailer Recalls a Decade of Hype

Avengers: Endgame isn’t just the end of a major epoch in the MCU, it’s a culmination of a decade’s worth of movies. To reflect that, Fandango’s Movieclips has mashed up Endgame footage with dramatic moments and trailer clips from almost all the movies that came before. Read more...
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The Good Soil

Thank you for reading the personal blog of Alexandria Skinner. Nothing in this blog should be viewed as attorney-client legal advice. The only way Alexandria Skinner creates an attorney client relationship is by way of a written letter of engagement. [Author: PeaceWorks]
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Gardening gives time for quiet contemplation as one engages with the Earth and God's creation. The other day, as I was transplanting seedlings from peat pots into the ground, I noticed that even though (in theory) the roots of the seedlings were supposed to be able to push through the peat pots, in most cases they had not.  Instead, as the tiny roots reached the wall of the pot, they turned and went a different direction, back inside the pot. A healthy plant with room to grow will stretch its ro...
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Road to Endgame: ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ Breaks From the Marvel Formula, But Does It Matter to the Larger MCU?

(Welcome to  Road to Endgame , where we revisit the first 22 movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and ask, “How did we get here?” In this edition : Ant-Man and the Wasp is an easy, breezy, meaningless entry.) As the Marvel Cinematic Universe increases in bombast, it needs the occasional palette-cleanser. The bloated Avengers: Age of Ultron   was followed by Ant-Man , a heist film in the vein of a studio comedy. Similarly, the gargantuan Avengers: Infinity War   was succeeded by Ant...
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Deadman #3 - Neal Adams cover reprint & reprints

Deadman v1 #3, 1985 - Printed on Baxter paper, this series re-presents the first Deadman stories from the late 1960s. Almost all feature Neal Adams art, some of his earliest works for DC comics. Specifically, this third edition reprints stories from Strange Adventures #209, #210 and House of Secrets #85 (no Deadman). Adams' cover is a modification of the one used on #210. - - - - - - - - - - [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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E-Man #4 - Steve Ditko art

E-Man v1 #4, 1973 - Steve Ditko continues his Killjoy backup tales, a blend of humor and superhero genres. As in the previous issue, his panels are small, numerous and border on crowded at times. The most visually interesting pages feature the silent fight sequences (see interior page below). Killjoy and a flexible thief named the Snake are choreographed in Ditko's own unique style. Artist Joe [Author: Ted F]
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UltraViolet, for Digital Movies, Is Done

UltraViolet, launched in 2011 as a movie studio alternative to iTunes’ growing dominance of digital video, is ending. (The first studio to use it was Warner.) The service, which was planned to allow you to aggregate digital copies of TV shows and movies and watch on a variety of devices, has been generally replaced by Movies Anywhere (assuming you’re in the US), which has the benefit of including Disney (who originally launched it) and working across more services, including iTunes. [...]
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That darn Curtis and Baby Blues

Art imitates life imitates art [letters on Curtis, Baby Blues]. Stephen Marschall, Lila Snow, Washington Post April 20 2019 [Author: Mike Rhode]
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New Romances #11 - Alex Toth art

New Romances v1 #11, 1952 - Due to his dying mother's wish, Gary agrees to marry his childhood friend Adele despite his love for someone else. Alex Toth's second effort on this series shows creative and varied layouts. With the exception of some facial distortion on page 2 panel 3, Mike Peppe's inks remain faithful to the pencils. Just the sheer number of different angles and facial expressions [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Comic: Methadone

New Comic: Methadone [Author: [email protected] (Tycho)]

Strange Tales #156 - Jim Steranko art

Strange Tales v1 #156 featuring Nick Fury & Doctor Strange, 1967 - Nick Fury infiltrates the enemy's headquarters on Hydra Island, discovering one of his oldest foes has returned. Jim Steranko's inaccurate perspective on the opening splash gives a false sense of scale, yet the drawing itself is reminiscent of 1950s EC comics. Most interesting are the pages showing Hydra HQ, drawn in the artist's [Author: Ted F]
Tags: Adventure, Marvel, 1960s, Steranko, Ted F

My Own Romance #47 - non-attributed Matt Baker art

My Own Romance v1 #47, 1955 - An aspiring actress longs for her small town beau, voicing her regret in an unsent letter. Matt Baker uses her own handwriting for narration, nicely personalizing the story. Readability is sometimes affected, but the overall effect makes it stand out from the usual romantic fare. Baker's sensitive drawings are outstanding, despite a lack of attribution from comic [Author: Ted F]
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Justice League vs. The Fatal Five

I had high hopes for the newest DC original animated movie, Justice League vs. The Fatal Five. It has two of my favorite DC things: the Legion of Super-Heroes and Jessica Cruz, Green Lantern. Plus, it had an intriguing theme, that of mental health and struggling with invisible illness. (The studio provided a review copy. In addition to the physical media release, the movie can be seen on the DC Universe streaming service. Since they sell access to the digital [...]
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Scotch: A Golden Dream

Scotch: A Golden Dream is an hour-and-a-half documentary about the making of Scotch whisky and its many traditions. With views of green pastures, amber liquid, and Scottish activities and outfits, it opens in a relaxing mood and continues in the same style, building layers of knowledge revolving around one particular master of the drink. Finished a couple of years ago, the movie will be available on demand on May 7. (Since I previously watched Neat: The Story of Bourbon, I’m [...]
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Spectacular Spider-man v2 #17 - John Byrne cover

John Byrne Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-man v2 #17, 1978 - Not long after his stint on The Champions, John Byrne's cover features one of the founding members, the Angel. More visceral than graceful, his artwork comes through despite the domineering masthead and clutter of word balloons. Other artists in this issue include Sal Buscema and Dave Hunt. This is number 1 of 5 Spectacular [Author: Ted F]
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Famous Funnies #213 - Frank Frazetta cover (Top 10)

Frank Frazetta 2.  Famous Funnies v1 #213, 1954 - One of Frank Frazetta's most famous covers, Buck Rogers and company stand fast while a brutish creature emerges from the shadows. His eyes glow curiously just as he begins to cross the threshold. The diminutive figures accentuate the creature's larger size, but the woman's limbs seem mis-proportioned and stunted. That aside, Frazetta expends [Author: Ted F]
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Angel Returns in a Surprise Release

Boom! Studios, trying to make the most of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer license, released the first issue of an Angel series. Only they did it in unusual fashion. They announced Angel #0 on April 9 for release April 17 as the beginning of a new monthly series. Since most comics in the direct market system are solicited at least two months before release, this one-week turnaround is pretty amazing. Stores are getting copies equal to their orders for Buffy [...]
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Lucifer Debuts on Netflix Next Month

So excited that Lucifer got a fourth season! It’s one of my favorite TV shows for goofy fun without too much involvement. Sometimes you just want to be entertained, you know? Here’s a teaser that plays up one of the appealing factors: star Tom Ellis is attractive. We also learn that Eve (Inbar Lavi), as in the original woman, will be a new character, and there’s a nice thank you to the fans. well now we know @tomellis17 has really [...]
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