Wednesday, February 29, 2012
by Larry Bangs, THEATER REVIEW
Gazette.net February 29 2012
Zenescope's 'Waking' rises for another horrific chapter
By Brian Truitt, USA TODAY February 29 2012
Feb 28th 2012 By: Lauren Davis
The porno comics anthology Smut Peddler started life as a series of minicomics put together by Carla Speed McNeil, Trisha L. Sebastian, Johanna Draper Carlson and Sean Bieri...
Smith, Deborah McCarty. 2011.
Superhero of lost art – Joseph Procopio '92; The superhero comics that captivated young Joe Procopio cast a web from which he never escaped [Lost Art Books publisher].
University of Dayton Magazine (Summer): 47.
Film & TV Adaptations of Comics 2007 edition
Interplanetary Journal of Comic Art: A Festschrift in Honor of John Lent
Boy robot soars at Studio Theatre
Washington Examiner February 29 2012, p. 27
Not to worry if you don't know much about Japanese cartoon artist Osamu Tezuka, better known as "The God of Comics" by his adoring fans. Studio Theatre can explain everything you need to know in 70 minutes in its taut, whimsical "Astro Boy and the God of Comics." ...
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
By Emily Langer, Washington Post February 28 2012
By Nelson Pressley, Washington Post February 28 2012
Monday, February 27, 2012
By Brian Truitt, USA TODAY February 27 2012
Sunday, February 26, 2012
Who's More Progressive?
Mike Flugennock, flugennock at sinkers dot org
Mike's Political Cartoons: dubya dubya dubya dot sinkers dot org
By Brian Truitt, USA TODAY February 24 2012
Darth Maul makes a 'Star Wars' comeback in 'Clone Wars'
By Brian Truitt, USA TODAY February 23 2012
'F-OO Fighters' series stars Axis, Allies and aliens
By Brian Truitt, USA TODAY February 22 2012
With 'Mind the Gap,' McCann crafts a supernatural whodunit
By Brian Truitt, USA TODAY February 22 2012
Comic books often reflect the time in which they are created. Since the Cold War, spies have been hot, and the world of comics has had a great assortment of espionage volumes. National security lawyer and comic collector/dealer Mark S. Zaid has assembled a rich array of comics that address spies and espionage. He'll showcase some of the coolest and rarest volumes in his collection while he describes how spy comics mirrored the intelligence issues of the time period in which they were published—some purporting to reveal true spy cases. He'll also share tales of how comics may have been used as intelligence tools and to push social agendas involving war, race, and sex. Then there is the story of the famous superhero who teamed up with actual spies to strike a blow for justice and equality in the United States. Award-winning author Rick Bowers shares the story behind his new book Superman vs. the Ku Klux Klan: The True Story of How the Iconic Superhero Battled the Men of Hate. Bowers reveals how the producers of The Adventures of Superman radio show took on the resurgent Ku Klux Klan in 1946, teaming up with infiltrators within the secret society to produce a ground-breaking, 16-part radio drama in which the Man of Steel conquered the hooded hate mongers.
Rendezvous InfoWednesday, April 18, 2012
6:30pm to 8:30pm
Call 202.654.0932 to register.
Friday, February 24, 2012
Ritter and Gadbois. 1944.
WAVES in Boots: The Story of WAVE Recruit Training.
New York: Victoria Publishing Company
Scans online at http://www.history.navy.mil/museums/greatlakes/wavesinboots/index.html
February 24 - Mark Long Signing
Mark Long, founder of the video game company Zombie Studios, will be at our Vienna store February 24, from 6:00 to 7:30. His new book is The Silence of Our Friends, a really powerful book about the civil rights movement in Texas in the 1960s and two families, one black and one white, who become friends and get caught up in the middle of everything. Mark Long based the story on the true events that took place when he was a kid, and one of the main characters is based on his father, a TV journalist in Houston.
Big Planet Comics of Vienna
426 Maple Ave. East
Vienna, VA 22180
9 minutes; unrated)
The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore
William Joyce and Brandon Oldenburg
(15 minutes; unrated)
(7 minutes; rated G)
A Morning Stroll
Grant Orchard and Sue Goffe
(7 minutes; unrated)
Amanda Forbis and Wendy Tilby
(14 minutes; unrated)
Total Running Time: 52 minutes.
Thursday, February 23, 2012
By Magdalena Stuehrmann, Class of 2015
GWU Today Feb. 23, 2012
By Erin Williams
Washington Post's RootDC blog February 22 2012
By Michael Cavna
Washington Post Comic Riffs blog February 23 2012
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
By Brian Truitt, USA TODAY February 20 2012
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