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Freak Out Friday – November 17, 2017

A slightly quieter week since Trump just returned from Asia. But there are still some things that need to be addressed. But I’ll tell you right now, I’m not going to make a big deal about him drinking water. Yes, I know he went after Marco Rubio for that and now it’s ironic, and so […]

Metapost: Double-comedy-promo COTW!

Ads by Project Wonderful! Your ad could be here, right now. Hey y’all! If you’re in LA, you’ll get a special chance to see me in a show that’s not my show, for once! There’s improv and character bits, and I’m doing my most beloved (i.e. only) character bit: GARY THE EMOTIONALLY FRAGILE SUBSTITUTE YOGA […]

CB Cebulski Replaces Axel Alonso As Marvel EiC

You can read a full report here, which in that publication will also give you an idea as to the strategies of the PR involved. Congratulations to Mr. Cebulski. Best wishes to Mr. Alonso in his next professional gig. A change in thisShow More Summary

Assembled, Zipped, Transferred And Downloaded: News From Digital

By Tom Spurgeon Allen Peng talks to Reza Farazmand on the occasion of a second print collection of Poorly Drawn Lines material. good place to remind everyone that one of the two or three great webcomics creators of the 21st Century, Kate Beaton, is raising money to enable her sister to attend various clinical trials for cancer treatment. Show More Summary

Random Comics News Story Round-Up

Rob Clough on a bunch of minis. John Seven on Present. saw the Justice League movie last night with a bunch of guys; I was super-grateful to be invited. The movie was better than I thought it would be. Although it wasn't ever good, it didn't seem to be trying to give the audiences a miserable experience. Show More Summary

I guess we’re about to learn a valuable lesson about robbing banks, and parachuting into a tornado

Ads by Project Wonderful! Your ad could be here, right now. Family Circus, 11/16/17 I have to admit that I’m extremely hung up on Billy proposing to go eat at the home of someone named “Corbin.” Corbin? Is this a thing that Americans are naming their children now? I of course immediately turned to the […]

‘Justice League’ reviews are in, and they’re as all over the place as the DC movie itself

THE EARLY critical response to Warner Bros.’s big DC superhero team-up “Justice League,” which opens Friday, is as all over the place as the film itself. “Justice League” was directed by Zack Snyder, but Joss Whedon (veteran of Marvel’s “Avengers” team-up films) was brought in this past spring to complete the picture (for which he […]

‘Justice League’ isn’t exactly ‘Wonder Woman.’ But it doesn’t have to be.

The greatest feat of “Justice League” may be avoiding the disaster that it could have been. This movie was never going to be a masterpiece. Not in the same light as “Wonder Woman” despite the fact that Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) is in it. A director change (to Joss Whedon) in postproduction and a probable […]

Death and filth

Ads by Project Wonderful! Your ad could be here, right now. Beetle Bailey, 11/15/17 It’s really pretty hard to figure out what the saddest thing going on here is. Is it that the Army can’t accommodate the needs of its older officers and their touchy digestive/urinary systems? Is it that General Halftrack is so thoroughly […]

‘Coco’ forced Pixar to dive deep into a real-world culture — and add some diversity

PIXAR STUDIOS, for all its renown for creating highly detailed worlds, has rarely had to worry too much about cultural authenticity. Even after all their fabled research for movies such as “Brave” and “Ratatouille,” the filmmakers have been free to use their imaginations, without real fear of offending toymakers, automakers or entomologists. Show More Summary

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