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27 Nov 2014

REMEMBERING BRUCE LEE - WHAT THE DRAGON MEANT TO ME

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:30   NEWS
Bruce Lee Palestinian scholar Edward Said wrote extensively on pejorative stereotypes of "Eastern" societies as they are perpetuated throughout Western media and art. "Orientalism" was the term he used. Even today in a global society that allegedly prides itself on promoting acceptance and multiculturalism, distinct fissures remain and many Westerners are still woefully ignorant of the world outside their borders. Nonetheless, there has been a great deal of progress. And although he was best remembered for his martial arts prowess, Chinese / Hong Kong native, Bruce Lee, refused to recognize the divisions created between ethnic Chinese and Westerners -- which helped both build understanding and push the "Kung Fu" film genre to new levels of international success.


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JUSTICE LEAGUE UNITED #6

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  06:00   JUSTICE LEAGUE UNITED
[ WHO GRABBED MY COUPONS?
I think I see him over there. Yeah, at the bar, behind the drunk Hexapus in the go-go-go-go-go-go boots. I'm pretty sure that's Jeff Lemire doing shots with Neil Edwards and Jay Leisten. Ha! They must still be doing “research” for their November, 2014 work with DC Comics. Man, I hope the Hexapus doesn't eat them.

26 Nov 2014

SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE SLEEPING CARDINAL (1931)

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  10:00   SHERLOCK HOLMES
Sherlock Holmes And The Sleeping Cardinal Cover Before Basil and Bruce donned the mantel of Sherlock and Watson, Arthur and Ian thought they'd have a go. And they did, in the following 81 minute movie made in 1931. It was Directed by: Leslie S. Hiscott; and Starred: Arthur Wontner, Ian Fleming, Jane Welsh, with Norman McKinnel.


Sherlock Holmes: The Fatal Hour

25 Nov 2014

THE BLOCKHOUSE

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:30   TRUE-DRAMA
The Blockhouse CoverWar, death, frustration, and fear, are four singular entities that will always be synonymous with each other, come what may. On occasion, though, a fifth element has also been known to penetrate this darkly emotional quartet. And do you know what? It was depicted in the following 93 minute movie made in 1973. It was Directed by Clive Rees; and Starred: Peter Sellers with Charles Aznavour.


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EARTH 2 #28

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  06:00   EARTH 2
[ BARGAIN HUNT
In order for DC Comics to give their November themed 'Lego Month' some form of street cred, they decided to ask their creators to develop something urban and original. So that is why Tom Taylor, Andres Guinaldo, and Andy Smith bought a dollars worth of smack and made a spaceship out of it. Sniff-Sniff! Well, they wanted to get high!

24 Nov 2014

TECH: FROM MOVIE SCREEN TO REALITY

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:30   NEWS
Robocop If you ever want to know what new kinds of technology will be coming our way, just go to the movies. Here are three technologies that debuted in feature films years ago that are now on the fast-path to reality. Go on. Check out the following article to find out how Johnny 5 did a 'Total Recall' on everyone's 'Minority Report'.


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BATMAN #36

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  06:00   SCOTT SNYDER
[ SMILE AT THE SUPER-SAVINGS
In order for DC Comics to give their November themed 'Lego Month' some form of street cred, they decided to ask their creators to develop something urban and original. So that is why Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo took it upon themselves to bust a cap in yo-ass, you mo-foe... Word!

21 Nov 2014

NOTORIOUS - LET'S MAKE TOMORROWS COMICS TODAY

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:30   INDIE-COMIC
Notorious Artwork In August, 1946, Alfred Hitchcock gave birth to the classic film-noir, Notorious. In May, 1972, the musician the Notorious B.I.G. was born. And in November, 2014, I decided to sit down and have a chat with a nice man called Mike about his new webcomic, Notorious. Want to know more? Then please, my friend, read on.




TIME FOR HUGS -- UNCONSCIOUSNESS NEVER SLEEPS

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  06:00   INDIE-COMIC
Time For Hugs Art Hey, pal. Do you want a hug? I mean a really big hug! A hug so big that it will smother you from here to eternity like that film with the same name! If so, then please don't read the following interview I did my mate Scott. Because that's about a webcomic called 'Time For Hugs', and not anything else. Many thanks. 




20 Nov 2014

THE HILLS RUN RED (1966)

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:30   WAR + WESTERNS
The Hills Run Red Cover Excuse me, my friend. But does anyone around here know where I can buy a sh*t load of red paint? The following 89 minute movie made in 1966 need's it you see. And I was wondering if anyone knows where I can go and buy some. It was Directed by: Carlo Lizzani; and Starred: Thomas Hunter, Henry Silva, Dan Duryea, with Nicoletta Machiavelli.


The Hills Run Red

GREEN LANTERN #36

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  06:00   GREEN LANTERN
[ GRAB ME SOME GREEN
In order for DC Comics to give their November themed 'Lego Month' some form of street cred, they decided to ask their creators to develop something urban and original. So that is why Robert Venditti and Francis Portela stole a gypsy from a fun-fair and sold her to a politician.

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