If you've been paying any attention to the Internet over the past few days, then you've probably gotten wind of the Earth-shattering news broken by Irish filmmaker George Clarke, who discovered the shocking footage of what he believes to be a time traveler at the 1928 premiere of Charlie Chaplin's The Circus, handily identified by the fact that she's chatting away on a cell phone.
Sure, the so-called "experts" may have allegedly "debunked" the time travel theory by explaining it's actually an old-style hearing aid, but that just means that this conspiracy goes deeper than anyone imagined. We here at ComicsAlliance have been trained by years of super-hero stories to keep an open mind about this sort of thing, so we went back through our own copies of Chaplin's features to see if there was any other evidence for time travel. And we didn't just discover one more, we found that there was undeniable proof of at least ten more time travelers in Chaplin's films!
It's been said that in all of history you'd only need to ever hold one time traveler's convention. Simply name a date and a place and theoretically every intrepid chrononaut should eventually find out when to show up and then fuss with whatever buttons, dials, toggles and/or noise making light-filled tubes are required to make sure they show up at that precise moment of being properly late enough to be cool. Peop
ComicsAlliance's Chris Murphy reviews the biggest -- and best -- books coming out this week.
HE KNOWS KUNG FU AND A PLACE YOU CAN GET GREAT HOT DOGS -- Shang-Chi: Master of Kung Fu #1
The title of the first story in this one-shot anthology is "Shang-Chi: Master of Kung Fu & Deadpool in: The Annual Race to Benefit Various and Sundry Evil Organizations and Also the Homeless (Now With Beer and Hot Dogs)."
So I hope you believe me when I highly recommend that you read this book. I'
What if all the time travel stories in TV and sci-fi took place in the same universe? A gorgeous image from the upcoming chart book "The Visual Miscellaneum" is online that maps out the twists, turns and overlaps in the time stream via a variety
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