Saturday, June 19, 2021

That darn Michael de Adder

The Post on ‘Tuca and Bertie’s return

'Tuca and Bertie' is back, on Adult Swim. Thank goodness for these anxious and flirty birds. [in print as These birds failed to launch on Netflix. Now, they have landed on Adult Swim].

Super-Powered Panel — Miles Morales: Shock Waves online

Super-Powered Panel — Miles Morales: Shock Waves

Angélique Roché, Justin A. Reynolds, Jason Reynolds, and Nic Stone
Politics and Prose Jun 18, 2021

Join Marvel Creators for an exciting conversation about all things Marvel, representation in superhero stories, and the newest Spider-Man graphic, Miles Morales: Shock Waves. YA authors Jason Reynolds and Nic Stone will also welcome Shock Waves author Justin A. Reynolds to the Marvel author club and talk about what it's like writing for a massive franchise with established characters and how they made them their own.

Purchase Book Here: https://www.politics-prose.com/book/9781338648034

Friday, June 18, 2021

The City Paper reviews Pixar's Luca, the Post doesn't

Luca, About a Sea Monster on Dry Land, Proves Pixar Has New Legs

The rich personal touches in Luca are elevated by Pixar's signature clever humor, sharp storytelling, and watchable scenery.

Monday, June 14, 2021

'Sweet Tooth' Is A Weird And Wonderful Hybrid

'Sweet Tooth' Is A Weird And Wonderful Hybrid


Christian Convery as Gus in Netflix's Sweet Tooth.

Kirsty Griffin/Warner Bros./Netflix

The Netflix series Sweet Tooth is a strange mix. It's a dystopian tale of societal collapse in the wake of a deadly virus and the rise of human-animal hybrids. It's also a warm, humane, lushly shot fable of hope and humanity. Which is to say, it is itself a kind of strange hybrid — think The Road meets Paddington 2; The Walking Dead meets Pushing Daisies.

The audio was produced by Mike Katzif and edited by Jessica Reedy.

Saturday, June 12, 2021

Meet Department of Truth / SIKTC / Batman writer James Tynion IV TODAY




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Friday, June 11, 2021

Flugennock's Latest'n'Greatest: "Auditioning for QAnon"

From DC's anarchist cartoonist Mike Flugennock -

"Auditioning for QAnon"
http://sinkers.org/stage/?p=3237

This time last year, it was Tom Cotton, Steve Bannon and those 
doorknobs at the Epoch Fail — uh, sorry, Epoch Times — pushing the 
100% evidence-free "Wuhan Lab Leak" conspiracy batshittery, and the 
Washington Post — along with anyone else with two synapses to rub 
together — were laughing that shit right outta the room.

So, this past week, it was with more than a little begrudging awe that 
I watched the Democratic Party, the Washington Post, CNN, Wall Street 
Journal and friends slam on the brakes, jerk the wheel around, kick in 
the afterburners and execute a full 180° Emergency Bat-Turn on the 
Wuhan Lab Leak zaniness. China's the new Enemy Of The Month, and 
Gropin' Joe needs some dirt on China, so they're dragging Steve 
Bannon's dirty hot mess out of the dumpster.

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"The Wuhan lab conspiracy theory: American capitalism's 'big lie'", 
Statement of the World Socialist Web Site International Editorial 
Board 05.28.2021 
https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2021/05/29/pers-m29.html

"How the US media declared the "Wuhan lab" lie "credible'", Andre 
Damon at the World Socialist Web Site, 05.30.2021 
https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2021/05/31/wuha-m31.html

"How Steve Bannon and a Chinese Billionaire Created a Right-Wing 
Coronavirus Media Sensation", Amy Qin, Vivian Wang and Danny Hakim in 
the New York Times, 01.26.2021 
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/20/business/media/steve-bannon-china.html



Mike Flugennock, Political Cartoons: http://www.sinkers.org/stage
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A couple of MAD editorials by John Ficarra

It's hard to sell a piano these days. It's even harder to contemplate junking one. [in print as Saying goodbye to an old friend]