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Cable television's relative deluge of cake-centric programming may have many weary of boisterous bakery personalities, but there's no denying they've reinforced the notion that sweet breads and their edible cohorts make a delicious medium of art
While computer generated animation has helped deliver its share of modern movie classics, its technological limitations can sometimes give releases a definite time stamp. That's why in the case of adapting Jeff Smith's "Bone" as a feature film, some feel that traditional, hand-drawn animation might be better suited for bringing the Bones to life
Drama: After taking his irritation with the new Marvel X-Men/vampire storyline to the mattresses (and the internet forums) yesterday, Mark Millar has now taken down the post, apparently after a conversation with Marvel Publisher Dan Buckley.
am now in boozer but just off the phone with dan b
Like a lot of brats who grew up watching waaaay too much TGIF, my corneas are forever seared with the image of "Full House's" Michelle Tanner giving the world a disingenuous thumbs up. Additionally, my younger sister and a new wife have succeeded in grafting about a baker's dozen "The Adventures of Mary-Kate and Ashley" songs directly onto my temporal lobe
ComicsAlliance reviews the biggest, best, and most interesting comics that hit the shelves this week. SPOILERS FOLLOW.
DOWNPLAYING TURNING THIRTY - She-Hulk Sensational One-Shot
This year marks She-Hulk's thirtieth anniversary, which puts Marvel in a bit of a pickle because they'd like to celebrate it but Jennifer Walters doesn't actually have her own book at the moment. The solution? Bring in writers Peter David and Brian Reed and artist
ComicsAlliance reviews the biggest -- and best -- books coming out this week.
A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE PRINTERS - Unthinkable #3
While attempting to travel last May, Mark Sable had an unexpected run-in with the law. Mark Sable is not the name of the series' hero, however; "Unthink
Of course, if you're NOT going to San Diego, you can still