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This Swedish musician is Grammy- and Oscar-nominated for ‘Black Panther’ and Childish Gambino work, and next is TV’s ‘Mandalorian’ Star Wars series

Ludwig Göransson heads to the Grammy Awards on Sunday with four chances to win – nominated three times for his collaborations with hip-hop artist Childish Gambino, and once for his score to the Marvel superhero film “Black Panther.” Two weeks later, he’ll slip back into his fancy clothes for a night at the Oscars where his “Black Panther” score is also nominated. So yeah, it’s a good month to be Ludwig Göransson, but as the 34-year-old talks about the journey from his hometown in Sweden to the b...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Sweden, Africa, Disney, America, Los Angeles, Senegal, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, South Africa, Oscar, Metallica, Pixar


Short Fiction Hoffmann, E.T.A.: Hoffmann's Strange Stories. v1. 11 Feb 2019

Hoffmann's Strange Stories was published in Boston, USA, by Burnham Brothers in 1855, and translated by Lafayette Burnham, 1826-1862. It contains a Life of Hoffmann, and twelve short stories, most of which are also found in Weird Tales, but with different titles and structures. The stories in this ebook are: The Cooper of Nuremburg;, The Lost Reflection; Antonia's Song; The Walled-Up Door; Berthold, the Madman; Coppelius, the Sandman; Salvator Rosa; Cardillac, the Jeweller; The Faro Bank; Fasci...
Tags: Books, Kindle Books, Sandman, Cooper, Hoffmann, Boston USA, Antonia, Nuremburg, Burnham Brothers, Lafayette Burnham, Coppelius, Salvator Rosa, Cardillac, Faro Bank


Isn't it interesting that the figure at the center of mass delusion is named Sandmann?

Wikipedia tells us:The Sandman is a mythical character in Western and Northern European folklore who puts people to sleep and brings good dreams by sprinkling magical sand onto the eyes of people while they sleep at night, i.e. rheum....Hans Christian Andersen's 1841 folk tale Ole Lukøje introduced the Sandman, named Ole Lukøje....There is nobody in the world who knows so many stories as Ole-Luk-Oie, or who can relate them so nicely. In the evening, while the children are seated at the table or ...
Tags: Law, Wikipedia, Mythology, Umbrella, Dennis Hopper, David Lynch, Sandman, Hans Christian Andersen, Trump, Roy Orbison, Ann Althouse, Bodily Fluids, Dreaming, Covington Catholic boys, Sandmann, Ole Luk Oie


Making Sense of the Phillips-Sandman Viral Video

Over the last couple days I’ve been watching the unfolding reaction and re-reactions to the video of the confrontation between Native American activist and elder Nathan Phillips and a crowd of high school students from Covington, Kentucky on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington. The whole story is a good example of how we can react quickly to a zoomed in (both literally and metaphorically) video and miss a lot of what led up to it, as well as some key context. With that said, though, ...
Tags: New York, News, Washington Post, Washington, High School, Philadelphia, Dc, Harper, Sandman, Westboro Baptist Church, Josh Marshall, Lincoln Memorial, Phillips, Lisa Sharon Harper, Catholic High School, Covington Kentucky


2018's deaths in the comic arts (from the Comics Research Bibliography)

Excerpted from the Comics Research Bibliography (now available as an ebook) and compiled with the assistance of D.D. Degg, of the Daily Cartoonist, who has his own list online now. Deaths in 2018 included editorial cartoonist Dick Adair, Édouard Aidans, British 'Garth' artist John Allard, Italian Communist cartoonist Vincenzo "Enzo" Apicella, British girls' comics cartoonist John Armstrong, Dell Comics editor Don Jon "DJ" Arneson, UK cartoonist Terry...
Tags: Hong Kong, Comics, UK, Disney, New Zealand, John, Charles, Isao Takahata, Sandman, Anthony Bourdain, Phil Jackson, Bong, Seuss, Bill O Connor, JOHN WILCOCK, Werner


‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ is a Superhero Movie About the Power of Art

Miles Morales is an artist. We’re introduced to the movie version of Miles (Shameik Moore) as he sits at a drawing table sketching a sword-wielding robot. On his way to school, he slaps custom sticker tags on street signs where he hopes his father, a police officer, won’t find them. When he wants to express the vastness of the shoes he has to fill — the “great expectations” of his elite schooling academy — he ventures underground with his uncle Aaron (Mahershala Ali) and creates ornate graf...
Tags: New York, Movies, Spider-Man, Features, Sony, Kubrick, Warner Bros, Stan Lee, Nicolas Cage, Sandman, Miles, Peter, Jefferson, Sam Raimi, Peter Parker, Spider Gwen


The 5 Merriest Animated Christmas Movies

(Welcome to Let’s Get Animated!, a column that spotlights the best of film animation. In this edition: the best animated Christmas movies.) It’s the most wonderful time of the year: the time when we rank the holiday movies that were staples of our childhoods as if some sort of numerical value can be applied to joy. Well, I’m no Grinch, so I’m not ranking them. But I am picking out the best animated Christmas movies because this is my column and I can do what I want. And what I want in this case...
Tags: Movies, Animation, Tokyo, Anime, Grinch, Sandman, Frank Capra, Town, Rudolph, How The Grinch Stole Christmas, Chris Pine, Charlie, Seuss, Hana, Herald Angels, Jack Frost


LA Opera’s ‘Hansel and Gretel’ goes ‘Where the Wild Things Are’

‘Tis the season for Christmas Carols, Nutcrackers and Messiahs. ‘Tis also the season when opera companies strive to find holiday offerings that, if not literally, at least in spirit, celebrate this festive time of the year. San Francisco Opera has zeroed in on the latest, and sure to become a popular addition — Jake Heggie’s operatic transformation of Frank Capra’s classic film, “It’s a Wonderful Life.” “La Bohemes” are always a good holiday go-to with its Christmas Eve setting at the Café Momus...
Tags: Review, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Mother, Harry Potter, Theater, Brothers Grimm, Sandman, Frank Capra, Gretel, Namm, Anaheim, Wagner, Maurice Sendak, Bach


Dead Air Sandman-S: 10,000 Rounds Later

A Brief Overview Three years ago a batch of Dead Air Sandman silencers arrived at my local gun shop.  It was clear in only a matter of minutes that these would be a game changer for the quick detach silencer market.  Dead Air Sandman silencers have no barrel length restrictions, they are full auto rated, […] Read More … The post Dead Air Sandman-S: 10,000 Rounds Later appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Editorial, Sandman, Rifle, Guns & Gear, NFA / Suppressors / Class III, Suppressor, Dead Air Armament, Silencer, Dead Air Sandman


Graphic novel 'steeped in Islamophobia' pulled after protests

A Suicide Bomber Sits in the Library by Jack Gantos and Dave McKean withdrawn after more than 1,000 people objectA Suicide Bomber Sits in the Library, a controversial new comic that has been described as “wilfully fear-mongering and spreading harmful stereotypes”, has been pulled from publication following a barrage of criticism.The graphic novel, written by the Newbery medal-winning author Jack Gantos and illustrated by Sandman artist Dave McKean, follows a young, brown-skinned would-be terrori...
Tags: Books, Publishing, Race, Culture, Comics and graphic novels, Sandman, Dave McKean, Jack Gantos


Enter 'Sandman:' Anniversary Edition Celebrates 30 Years Of Dream-Spinning

Neil Gaiman's most famous creation first appeared in the comics 30 years ago, but the Sandman is still shaping our dreams — and his stories look and feel just as cool now as they did in 1989.(Image credit: )
Tags: News, Neil Gaiman, Sandman


The Top 10 ’80s Movie Soundtracks

The top 10 ’80s movie soundtracks Music happens to be one of the most important aspects of a movie. Take Star Wars or Harry Potter, for example. The theme music is one of the most memorable aspects of both those films. If it weren’t for the soundtracks, some films wouldn’t even be watchable. The ’80s were an especially interesting time, sonically speaking. That’s when MTV rose to popularity. In the early ’80s, punk rock was still going strong. By the end of the decade, new wave and metal band...
Tags: Movies, Tim Curry, Mtv, David Bowie, James Bond, Harry Potter, Ferris Bueller, Gary Oldman, Cosmo, Sarah, Sandman, Nancy, Brian Blessed, Sinatra, Bowie, Flash Gordon


‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ Trailer: Something Wicked This Way Comes

Sabrina the Teenage Witch gets a dark update in Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Kiernan Shipka stars as Sabrina Spellman, a half-human, half-witch who has to make a very important decision on her 16th birthday. The series was conjured up by Riverdale showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, and was at one point considered to be a Riverdale spin-off for the CW. Watch the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina trailer below. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Trailer One thing’s for sure: Chillin...
Tags: Television, Movies, Horror, Alan Moore, Stephen King, Netflix, Baby, Kiernan Shipka, Cw, Sandman, Rosemary, Fritz Leiber, Melissa Joan Hart, Riverdale, Baby Jane, Nathaniel Hawthorne


The Internet May Not Be Good But Homeboy Sandman & Edan’s Album Is

Homeboy Sandman raps; he does not dance. So he was surprised when he found himself with his girlfriend doing the thing he doesn’t do at a party at Queens’ Rockaway Beach. His collaborator Edan was DJing and put on William DeVaughn's "Be Thankful For What You Got." Sandman immediately started moving. "I thought … More »
Tags: Music, Interview, Queens, Sandman, Homeboy Sandman, Edan, Rockaway Beach, William DeVaughn


The Sandman #4 - Jack Kirby art & cover

Jack Kirby The Sandman v1 #4, 1975 - The super-heroic fantasy series allows for many surrealistic landscapes and creatures. Jack Kirby illustrates them all with relish. Certain scenes appear to have been inspired by Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, but executed in the artist's own unique way. Kirby's cover continues the theme of an endangered sleeping innocent, but seems annoyingly [Author: Ted F]
Tags: Comics, Lewis Carroll, Jack Kirby, Sandman, Alice, Kirby, Ted F


Adventure Comics #498 - Neal Adams, Jack Kirby reprints

Adventure Comics v1 #498, 1983 - Containing all reprinted material, this digest features two Legion of Super-heroes tales. Other notable stories include Spectre #5 (drawn by Neal Adams) and a golden age Sandman tale from >Adventure Comics #74 (by Jack Kirby). Other artists in this issue include Joe Staton, Bob Smith, Jim Aparo, Jim Forte, C.C. Beck and James Sherman. Cover by Gil Kane. - - - - [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Beck, Jack Kirby, Sandman, Ted Ignacio, Neal Adams, Gil Kane, Neal Adams Jack Kirby, James Sherman, Adventure Comics, Joe Staton Bob Smith Jim Aparo Jim Forte


The Sandman #3 - Jack Kirby cover

Jack Kirby The Sandman v1 #3, 1975 - Is the title hero appearing within the woman's dream, emerging from it, or both? Jack Kirby's cover design could stand more clarity. The encroaching ape on the left also looks uncomfortably squeezed into the remaining negative space. Kirby's uniquely graphic drawing skills are evident though the cover just falls below expectations. Ernie Chua (Chan) draws [Author: Ted F]
Tags: Comics, Jack Kirby, Sandman, Kirby, Ted F, Ernie Chua Chan


Facebook's election ad rules snag challenger candidates

Shastina Sandman is waiting for a letter from Facebook, coming by U.S. mail, that she hopes will contain a verification code to buy ads for her upcoming primary in California's 48th Congressional District.She's running out of time. The primary to determine who will advance to the November general election is Tuesday.Sandman is caught in Facebook's new, stringent vetting process to approve political ads, a response to foreign meddling in the 2016 presidential race. Some candidates from Florida, M...
Tags: Facebook, California, Advertising, Sandman, U S, Florida Mississippi, Garett Sloane, Shastina Sandman


The 25 worst superhero movies of all time, ranked from bad to unwatchable

Marvel's "Avengers: Infinity War" is on the horizon and the anticipation for the most ambitious crossover event in history is sky-high. But not all superhero movies are preceded by so much excitement and many are followed by extreme disappointment. Business Insider compiled a list of the most infamous superhero movies that have the unfortunate distinction of being the worst in the genre (which has also generated a lot of great movies, including this year's "Black Panther"). Many of these movies...
Tags: Marvel, Trends, Sony, Emma Stone, Justice League, Harry, Andrew Garfield, Sandman, Webb, WB, Mary Jane, Zack Snyder, Raimi, Peter Parker, Green Goblin, Marc Webb


Awesome Con Friday photos

I had a good time walking around the Con yesterday, talking to local cartoonists and a few visiting ones. I did an interview with Andrew Looney of Looney Labs, a College Park-based game maker who has licensed comic properties and hires artists to illustrate his Fluxx card games. That'll appear in a few days.I also quite enjoyed the science side and talked to people from NASA, the Smithsonian and National Geographic, and would recommend that as well.We have a new correspondent who does live sketc...
Tags: Comics, Washington Post, Superman, Nasa, Canada, Smithsonian, Library Of Congress, National Geographic, Sandman, Lewis, Joe Harris, Paul Levitz, John Gallagher, Mike Rhode, Matt Dembicki, Rafer Roberts


Meet a Local Comics Writer: A Chat with Leslie Tolf

by Mike Rhode I met Leslie Tolf last week when I was at Politics and Prose last week for the book-signing by Laurie Halse Anderson and Emily Carroll of their collaborative Speak: The Graphic Novel* and began talking with fellow line-standers as one does. Leslie told me she had written a graphic novel, and pulled a copy of her book from the shelves, which I then bought (but haven't read yet as there are too many signings to go to), and then she agreed to do our standard interview....
Tags: Comics, Activism, Unions, Washington, Neil Gaiman, Chicago, Washington Dc, Capitol Hill, Dc, Alice Walker, Toni Morrison, Baltimore, Sandman, Cambria, Emma, Barnes


Mr. Sandman

When Tasha and I got back from our walk through the vineyards on Wednesday morning, I noticed that the sand tractor had been on our street. In addition to a fine layer of sand on the snow, there were these tire tracks where the tractor turned around. This is where the asphalt ends and the road becomes a dirt and gravel path to the vines. Pretty nifty, eh? The light snow stopped shortly after we got home, but the temperature stayed just below freezing all day. I had a nice hot soup for ready fo...
Tags: Travel, Sandman, WCS, Tasha, Our Neighborhood


A dildo-drumstick cover of Metallica's 'Enter Sandman'

Ever thought of whipping out two thick fleshy dildos and banging out a drum cover of Metallica's hit "Enter Sandman"? Well, don't kill the messenger but, YouTuber 66Samus has beat you to it. Watch him rock out with his, er, cocks out in this rousing video he shared Tuesday Commenter Gear Gods quips, "Now we know what it was that entered the sandman." Ba-dum tss... (Dangerous Minds)
Tags: Post, Video, News, Metallica, Sandman, Enter Sandman, NSFW-ish, Rock out with your cock out, Rubber Dongs


The star of HBO's 'Divorce' says he prefers working with women to men because you don't get into the 'macho bulls--t'

In an interview with Business Insider, "Divorce" star Thomas Haden Church opened up about working on a more diverse set.  HBO, and his co-star Sarah Jessica Parker, made sure that the set on season two of "Divorce" was more diverse than the first, including more episodes directed by women.  Church said he prefers working with women, because "if everybody you work with is a dude, you just get into macho bulls--t. "   As the #MeToo movement continues, it inspires more open and honest discussio...
Tags: Hbo, Texas, Church, NFL, Trends, Nba, Terry Crews, Sandman, Spider, Sarah Jessica Parker, Parker, Ned, Thomas Haden Church, Robert Dufresne, Stacey Divorce


New Line’s Walter Hamada to Oversee DC Film Slate for Warners

New Line’s Walter Hamada to oversee DC film slate for Warners After the box office disappointment of Justice League, it was announced that Warner Bros. had begun restructuring their DC Films division by shifting previous point man Jon Berg out. Now, according to Heat Vision, Warners’ new choice to take the reigns of the DC brand is New Line executive Walter Hamada, who helped shepherd IT as well as The Conjuring universe, and is a close confidante of Aquaman director James Wan. “Walter is cr...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Ben Affleck, Dc Comics, New Line, Justice League, Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Batman, Warner, Nolan, Warner Bros, Jared Leto, David Goyer, Marvel Studios, Sandman


'Black Dog: the Dreams of Paul Nash' Gives Chaotic Reality to the Dreamscapes of a War-haunted Painter

"If you want your work to have any value in such a chaotic world," says a cartoonishly proportioned art critic at the onset of the First World War, "you're going to have to engage with it. Comment, criticize it, take it apart, and remake it in your own image." The words appear in a translucently white talk balloon—only one of the innovations Black Dog introduces to the graphic novel form as artist Dave McKean actualizes his character's apocalyptic advice. Comics ...
Tags: Music, UK, Neil Gaiman, World War I, Sandman, Grant Morrison, Margaret, Nash, Paul Nash, Graphic Novel, McKean, Black Dog, Dave McKean, The dreams of paul nash, Picaso


‘Masters of the Universe’ Reboot Finds a New Director in ‘Man of Steel’ Writer David S. Goyer

There may be a new master of the Masters of the Universe soon. Frequent comic book movie writer David S. Goyer is in talks to take over directing duties for the Masters of the Universe reboot, after McG was initially attached to helm the remake of the ’80s fantasy property. Goyer is currently in talks with Sony to direct Masters of the Universe, according to The Hollywood Reporter. This news comes eight months after it was announced that McG was stepping down from the project after being att...
Tags: Movies, Justice, Fantasy, Sci-fi, Sony, Batman, Warner Bros, Masters Of The Universe, Sandman, Remakes, Mattel, MCG, Dolph Lundgren, Frank Langella, Kellan Lutz, David-S.-Goyer


Tony Rettman celebrating new 'Straight Edge' book in NYC; FYA 5 announced

Tony Rettman, author of NYHC: New York Hardcore 1980–1990 and Why Be Something That You're Not: Detroit Hardcore 1979-1985, is releasing his new book, Straight Edge: A Clear-Headed Hardcore Punk, next week (11/14). He celebrates it in NYC tonight, with a Q&A with Scott Crawford, who directed the Salad Days: A Decade Of Punk In Washington, DC (1980-90) documentary. Continue reading… [Author: Andrew Sacher]
Tags: Books, Music, NYC, Washington, Freedom, Cradle To Grave, Candy, Sandman, Music News, Tour Dates, Andrew Sacher, Civ, Magnitude, Earth Crisis, Scott Crawford, Wild Side


JOHN 5 (ROB ZOMBIE, Etc.) Does An Instrumental Cover Of METALLICA's "Enter Sandman"

Enter the instrumental version of "Enter Sandman." The post JOHN 5 (ROB ZOMBIE, Etc.) Does An Instrumental Cover Of METALLICA's "Enter Sandman" appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Metallica, John, Sandman, New Music, John 5


'Banned Books Week' Recognizes 2016's Most-Censored Books (and Comic Books) (slashdot)

An anonymous reader quotes Newsweek: The American Library Association's yearly Banned Books Week, held this year between Sunday September 24 and Saturday September 30, is both a celebration of freedom and a warning against censorship. Launched in 1982 in response to a sudden surge in the number of challenges to books in schools, bookstores and libraries, the event spotlights the risk of censorship still present... "While books have been and continue to be banned, part of the Banned Books Week ce...
Tags: News, Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, America, Sandman, Ala, Moore, Newsweek, Frank Miller, J Michael Straczynski, Art Spiegelman, EditorDavid, John Romita Jr, The American Library Association, Publisher s Weekly, Banned Books Week