Comics Research Bibliography citations update, 11/20/2021

Facebook has been refusing to let me post multiple times in one day to the current Comics Research Bibliography page. The original (long out of date page) is archived by the Library of Congress here. 2012 and 2018 print editions can be bought here, and you can buy the 2020 e-book version directly from me. So here are the citations that should have been on Facebook yesterday and today, some of which probably did post there. Duncan, R. and Smith, M.J., ...
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Nov 22 P&P Live! Ken Krimstein — When I Grow Up: The Lost Autobiographies of Six Yiddish Teenagers - with Paul Karasik

P&P Live! Ken Krimstein — When I Grow Up: The Lost Autobiographies of Six Yiddish Teenagers - with Paul Karasik https://www.politics-prose.com/event/book/pp-live-ken-krimstein-when-i-grow-lost-autobiographies-of-six-yiddish-teenagers-paul Upcoming Event Monday, November 22, 2021 - 6:00pm Click here to register for the virtual event!From the prize-winning author of The Three Escapes of Hannah Arendt, a stunning graphic narrative of newly discovered stories from Jewish teens on the...
Tags: Comics, Washington Dc, Paul Auster, Hannah Arendt, Mike Rhode, David Mazzucchelli, Paul Karasik, Krimstein, Ken Krimstein, Bernard J Brommel

The Post profiles Ray Billingsley

Cartoonist Ray Billingsley has been portraying Black family life for decades — and now he's getting his due By Michael Cavna Washington Post November 20 2021 https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2021/11/20/ray-billingsley-curtis-comic/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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The Post's best graphic novels of 2021

Best graphic novels of 2021 [in print as Graphic novels with big impact] These graphic narratives stayed with us, sparking illumination through illustration By Michael Cavna and David Betancourt  Washington Post November 21, 2021  p. E15 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2021/11/18/best-graphic-novels/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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That darn Michael Ramirez

Draw a line on cartoons [Michael Ramirez] Jessica Peterson, Two Harbors, Minn. P.A. Franklin, York, Pa. Washington Post November 20 2021 p. A17, https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/11/19/free-for-all-letters-english-geography-lesson/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Jonah Hex #1 - 1st issue

Jonah Hex #1 Jonah Hex v1 #1, 1977 - Hired by a wealthy industrialist landowner, Jonah searches for his missing and possibly kidnapped son. The trail eventually leads to a "boy-fighting" ring among prevalent gamblers. This first issue begins Jonah Hex's second series, following his long stint on Weird Western Tales. It is, however, the character's first self-titled series. This Michael Fleisher [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Made in Abyss Second Season Has Even More Furry Critters

The second season for the dark and mysterious Made in Abyss has teased some of the anime’s scenes as a whole new cast of characters are revealed, their journey naturally also being fraught with drama and danger as a new certain furry character makes an appearance. The trailer mostly focuses on this new cast of […]
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Claire Takes The Cake

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Rance 01+02 Remake Bundle Hardcopy Promising Plenty of Traumatic Rape

The special remake bundle for delayed consent eroge Rance 01 + 02 can now be acquired in physical form, perfect for individuals who enjoy having physical copies of their games and perhaps want a little bonus in addition. The bundle has translated iterations of both games on top of Rance 02 Kai, a different version […]
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Battlefield 2042 Predictably Bombarded With Negative Reviews

The latest release in the slowly deteriorating historical FPS Battlefield series, Battlefield 2042, has been showered in negative reviews on Steam as users complain about a seemingly endless amount of issues, no doubt brought on by Dice and Electronic Arts’ irredeemable greed. The game’s main steam page has its overall reviews standing at “Mostly Negative”: […]
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There Will Be Blood Ending Explained: Capitalism Drinks Everybody's Milkshake

P.T. Anderson's "There Will Be Blood" marked a turning point in the celebrated filmmaker's career, transitioning him away from the kinetic style and occasional surrealism of his earlier work ("Boogie Nights," "Punch-Drunk Love") and into a period of directing more subdued movies ("The Master," "Inherent Vice") — from their long, deliberate takes to their washed-out visuals and stories that are firmly rooted in realism, save for when characters are tripping out or lost in the haze of their memori...
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Finding Magic Mike Trailer: HBO Max Is Looking For The Next Great Male Stripper

Happy International Men's Day! HBO Max has unveiled a new Max Original (as series produced for the HBO Max streaming service are called) in the form of a seven-episode competition series with exotic male dancers putting on their boogie shoes and dancing for dollars. "Finding Magic Mike" drops Thursday, December 16, courtesy of Eureka Productions and Warner Bros. Unscripted Television, in association with Warner Horizon. The show is executive produced by Channing Tatum (star of "Magic Mike" and i...
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The Daily Stream: Laura, A Strange Experiment In Love ... And Murder!

(Welcome to The Daily Stream, an ongoing series in which the /Film team shares what they've been watching, why it's worth checking out, and where you can stream it.)The Movie: "Laura"Where You Can Stream It: Criterion ChannelThe Pitch: Directed by Otto Preminger and released in 1944, "Laura" is, simply put, the story of a detective who falls in love with the woman whose murder he's investigating.Based on the 1943 novel of the same name by Vera Caspary, the story follows Detective Lieutenant Mark...
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Eternals Screenwriters' Next Movie Is 'The Matrix Meets The Virgin Suicides' [Exclusive]

So much debate surrounding superhero movies tends to revolve around how directors are affected, both negatively and positively, from their experiences on these incredibly large blockbuster platforms. Ideally, up-and-coming talent can use these franchise films to raise their profile, gain a global spotlight, and go on to get their smaller, more personal passion projects greenlit and funded while studios get the positive publicity of giving opportunities to promising filmmakers with a voice and re...
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Dark Harvest: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)Look out for Sawtooth Jack, because "Dark Harvest" will soon be coming to a theater near you. It was first reported way back in 2007 that the horror novel would be adapted by New Regency, but after being placed in turnaround, the project has since moved to MGM. Written by Norman Partridge, the Bram Stoker Award-winning book was r...
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Grading The Joker As A Stand-Up Comic

By Erik Barnes Published: November 21st, 2021
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Artist NowaJoestar Developing One-Punch Man Eroge

Artist NowaJoestar, perhaps best known for their obsession with anal, is now part of a small team of developers working on a One-Punch Man game starring Fubuki, who will be receiving the same treatment as every other woman drawn by NowaJoestar and possibly earning praise from those who prefer beach settings and swimsuits. NowaJoestar disclosed […]
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That Time 'Mass Effect' Was Massively Effected By Fox News

By Tiago Svn Published: November 21st, 2021
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Respect The Frosted Tips: Why Guy Fieri Is The Best Host In Food TV

The Mayor of Flavortown, Guy Fieri first stepped onto the scene after winning the second season of "The Next Food Network Star," earning a six-episode commitment for his own cooking show on Food Network. What followed is an empire that now includes hosting 14 different food shows, most notably his long-running "Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives," and arguably his true magnum opus, "Guy's Grocery Games." Back in May, Fieri signed an $80 million deal with the Food Network that made him the highest-paid...
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Rockstar Games Apologizes for Horrid Grand Theft Auto Definitive Edition Launch

Rockstar Games has surprisingly owned up to the mess that is Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy The Definitive Edition and offered both an apology and a promise to fix the issues plaguing their games. Rockstar Games posted a long-winded apology to their site, giving an update on “the unexpected technical issues”, and promising to fix […]
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From the trade magazines: Impedance matching, AM flutter, DIY AI

Back to Basics: Impedance Matching By Lou Frenzel, W5LEF The term “impedance matching” is rather straightforward. It’s simply defined as the process of making one impedance look like another. Frequently, it becomes necessary to match a load impedance to the source or internal impedance of a driving source. A wide variety of components and circuits can be used for impedance matching. This series summarizes the most common impedance-matching techniques. Impedance Matching: Essential Design Know...
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John Malkovich & Lilly Krug in Femme Fatale Thriller 'Shattered' Trailer

"You should've seen the look on your face!" Lionsgate has unveiled the trailer for an action thriller mystery film titled Shattered, made by Spanish filmmaker Luis Prieto. Divorcee Chris Decker is a wealthy tech VC who lives in a high-tech house of his own design in the hills, protected physically and emotionally from the outside world. His life changes when he meets Sky, a gorgeous aspiring actress who draws him out of his shell. Love is in the air… or is it something else? Sky's odd behavi...
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Simu Liu Brings Plenty Of Confidence To Saturday Night Live's Stuffed But Satisfying Thanksgiving Episode

This weekend, "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" star Simu Liu arrived on "Saturday Night Live" and proudly announced himself as the first Chinese host on the show to be the fourth Chinese host on the show (see what he did there?). It was actually a preview of one of the funniest sketches of the night with fellow Asian cast member Bowen Yang, but we're getting ahead of ourselves. The Thanksgiving episode of "SNL" was stuffed with plenty of sketches (so much that a hilarious pre-recorded...
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Official Trailer for Country-in-Chaos Survival Film 'American Refugee'

"I know you're scared, so are we…" EPIX has unveiled the trailer for a film called American Refugee, the latest from filmmaker Ali LeRoi, who last made The Obituary of Tunde Johnson. This is actually a made-for-TV movie, produced by Blumhouse Television, and kind of looks like The Purge meets a zombie movie. A family seeks shelter in a neighbor’s bunker, while the American economy is in collapse and the nation under martial law. There, they find the danger inside is potentially greater than ...
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The Great British Baking Show: Holidays Season 4 Trailer: Bakers, You Have Two Weeks

The series that has single-handedly gotten me through quarantine is back to spread some holiday cheer -- and a little bit of buttercream icing. "The Great British Baking Show" (known in the UK as "The Great British Bake Off") holds its annual holiday competition, which jumped off from "British Baking" in 2016 and consists of two specials each year. In these specials, a quartet of bakers returning from the previous series bake against the clock and each other in a series of holiday-themed challen...
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John Krasinski Refused To Shoot The Office Scene Where Jim Cheats On Pam

If you're just now tuning in to John Krasinski's career, then you may know him best for his starring role in Amazon's "Jack Ryan" series, or for his film work as the director, star, and co-writer of "A Quiet Place." However, many TV viewers and Peacock binge-watchers will forever associate him with the role of Jim Halpert from "The Office." Krasinski co-starred in 201 episodes of the show, which still enjoys great popularity and was, in fact, the most-streamed show of 2020.Jim and Pam (Jenna Fis...
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Twitter Feminists Rage at International Men’s Day

A Twitter page that marks off holidays and events posted a reminder about International Men’s Day, and the outrage cultists who have nothing better to do than be offended at everything didn’t miss the opportunity to revel in their misandry by screeching how men are undeserving of such a day. AP Planner sent out a […]
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Netflix's League Of Legends TV Show Arcane Renewed For Season 2

In the wake of rave reviews, Netflix's new animated steampunk fantasy series "Arcane" has been renewed for season 2 just a couple of weeks after premiering on the streaming service. Based on and featuring characters from the online multiplayer game "League of Legends," the TV show follows the rising tension between two cities and the fractured relationship between sisters Vi (voiced by "Hawkeye" star Hailee Steinfeld) and Jinx (Ella Purnell).Per Variety, Netflix and Riot Games have confirmed tha...
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DMX: Don't Try To Understand Trailer: The Music Box Series Celebrates The Late Rapper

Born Earl Simmons, DMX was known first and foremost as a hip-hop artist, but he also had a number of acting credits to his name, including crime dramas and action films like "Belly," "Romeo Must Die," and "Exit Wounds." Now, the platinum-selling, Grammy-nominated rapper, who died earlier this year, is the subject of "DMX: Don't Try to Understand," the latest documentary in HBO's ongoing Music Box series.The film follows a year in the life of DMX, starting in January 2019, when he's released from...
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'The Matrix Online's Last Days Were Completely Unhinged

By Tiago Svn Published: November 21st, 2021
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