On Friday, CR readers were asked to "Name Five Favorite Non-Comics Works By Comics Creators." This is how they responded. Stephen Herrick 1. Jack Kirby's costume designs for a stage production of Julius Caesar 2. Ornate stationary by Kristyna Baczynski 3. Show More Summary
Five For Friday #459: "Name Five Favorite Non-Comics Works By Comics Creators." 1. Jack Kirby's costume designs for a stage production of Julius Caesar 2. Ornate stationary by Kristyna Baczynski 3. Dave Stevens' art for the Mighty Men and Monster Maker kit 4. Show More Summary
The Hungry For Power Games are back! Taking on the persona of Julius Flickerman ? much like Caesar Flickerman from the “Hunger Games” franchise ? Stephen Colbert and his trusty stuffed weasel Caligula roamed the halls of the Democratic...Show More Summary
The senator’s address to the Republican National Committee reminded some of Marc Antony’s funeral speech in “Julius Caesar.”
Stephen Colbert appeared at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio as his character Julius Flickerman, the brother of The Hunger Games announcer Caesar Flickerman, to announce the start of the Republican National Hungry for Power Games from the convention’s main stage. Flickerman was quickly escorted off the stage, but not before landing a final […]
The presumptive GOP candidate, Orange Julius Caesar, has turned us all into Teslas -- and by this I mean thanks to his divisive and often blatantly racist language, we have become a country of freewheeling autonomous killing machines,...Show More Summary
Call of Duty: Roman Wars was a game that ultimately never got made. It followed the Commentarii de Bello Gallico, a first-hand account of Julius Caesar’s time in the Gallic Wars, and put […]
If I were to give high school students a list of famous leaders to study, these would be my top 21 choices: Abraham Lincoln Winston Churchill Charles de Gaulle Lee Kuan Yew Julius Caesar Caesar Augustus Margaret Thatcher Dwight Eisenhower Franklin D. Show More Summary
Did you know the month of July was named after Julius Caesar, the man behind the rise of the Roman Empire? No, neither did I. The Romans were never afraid of getting involved in a battle during their reign. Neither are some of the boxers...Show More Summary
Submitted by Ambassador M.K.Bhadrakumar via Asia Times, If there is a tide in the affairs of men, as Brutus said in William Shakespeare’s play Julius Caesar, it must be the same in the affairs of nations, too. Less than a week ago, the...Show More Summary
Every day I silently declare that I will not write one more word about Orange Julius Caesar, aka Don Corleone Trump. All the free air and print time that we are lavishing him with is his version of a Super PAC which you and I are paying...Show More Summary
After a five-year hiatus, Larry David is headed back to HBO with a ninth season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” “In the immortal words of Julius Caesar, ‘I left, I did nothing, I returned,” David said in a statement announcing the news. Casey Bloys, the new president of HBO programming, said, “We’re...
HBO has just announced that Curb Your Enthusiasm staring Larry David will be returning for a 9th season. Asked why he decided to come back, David said, “In the immortal words of Julius Caesar, ‘I left, I did nothing, I returned.'” In a recent interview, comedian JB Smoove, who is a regular on the show, […]
Curb Your Enthusiasm is returning for a ninth season, HBO announced on Tuesday. "In the immortal words of Julius Caesar, 'I left, I did nothing, I returned,'" star and creator Larry David said of his decision to bring the show back. Curb Your Enthusiasm was developed as a one-hour special in 1999, and ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Curb Your Enthusiasm Larry David
“In the immortal words of Julius Caesar, ‘I left, I did nothing, I returned.’” That’s the reason given by Larry David for returning to HBO for a ninth season of his award-winning show, Curb Your Enthusiasm. The plans for the new run of shows were announced this afternoon in a typically blasé press release, but, still: This […]
“In the immortal words of Julius Caesar, ‘I left, I did nothing, I returned,’” Larry David said.
"In the immortal words of Julius Caesar, ‘I left, I did nothing, I returned.’”
Contributed by Robin Dluzen / Adam Scott’s latest exhibition, "Silent Running" at Julius Caesar in Chicago, is a kind of Helen-Frankenthaler-color-field-painting-meets-Gram-Parsons-desert-pilgrimage experience. The works are arguably Scott’s most pared-down and abstract to date, devoid of all but a suggestion of the representational. Show More Summary
The anniversary of William Shakespeare's death is getting proper attention. Here is a famous illustration of the man's genius from the film based on the play, Julius Caesar: Antony's funeral oration.
The wounds were still fresh on this week’s episode of The Real Housewives of New York City, especially when Shakespeare tragedy, Julius Caesar, was quoted and Ramona Singer was compared… READ ON