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The Movies In Question!
Thor: Ragnarok (2017)
Action, Adventure, Fantasy | 3 November 2017 (USA)
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)
PG-13 | 2h 16min | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi | 5 May 2017 (USA)
Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)
Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi | 7 July 2017 (USA)
Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017)
Action, Adventure, Fantasy | 15 December 2017 (USA)
Should we do the DC movies? or just call this The MARVEL/DISNEY Action Hour!
Then do a DC next producers show.
….and we’ll see you….at the movies.
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On Monday, May 19th Tom Bancroft, creator of the popular webcomic “Outnumbered,” and Greg Evans, creator of the syndicated comic strip “Luann”, will allow their characters to meet in a very special one-time event.
Continue reading “Press Release – Outnumbered Meets Luann”
It’s been over a year in the making, but the premiere episodes of Frog In A Suit are launching KaboingTV onFriday March 11th, starting with episode 34, with the following Fridays premiering Episodes 35 & 36. Tune in for independent film showcases as well as surprises.
These episodes would not have been possible without the Kickstarter backers who gave their generous support last year. There is some amazing animation from Jantze Studio, voice talents of Tom Kenny, Carlos Alazraqui and Jill Talley, Sound editing from Jeff Hutchins and music by Krandall Crews. Thank you all for making these episodes a reality.
Suzanne Kasch has set up a KaboingTV gift shop so check it out here and help support independent animation.
Duck and cover! Award-winning cartoonist Stephan Pastis is back with Pearls Blows Up: A Pearls Before Swine Treasury (Andrews McMeel Publishing, $16.99, March 2011). Featuring every Pearls Before Swine cartoon from “50,000,000 Pearls Fans Can’t Be Wrong” and “When Pigs Fly”, this must-have treasury is packed with all the biting wit,clever puns, and piercing social commentary that Pearls fans have come to love.
Pearls Blows Up turns the spotlight on its menagerie of misfits: arrogant, conniving, devious Rat; his lovably naive and bighearted pal, Pig; Zebra, the peaceful activist constantly stalked by those bungling brutes, the Crocs; and Goat, the all-too-often-ignored voice of reason.
Appearing in over 600 newspapers worldwide, Pearls Before Swine tickles the funny bones of millions of fans. With cameos of characters from other strips such as Sally Forth and The Family Circus, witty annotations straight from Pastis’s mouth, and strips that go far beyond the boundaries of any comic out there, Pearls Blows Up is a guaranteed blast.
About the Author: Stephan Pastis, a former lawyer and a graduate of UCLA law school, has reached comicpage fame with what started out as just doodles. His strip Pearls Before Swine has been awarded Best Newspaper Comic Strip by the National Cartoonists Society two times. Pastis lives in the Bay Area with his wife and two kids. Pearls Blows Up: A Pearls Before Swine Treasury by Stephan Pastis ISBN: 978-1-4494-0106-1 • Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC • $16.99 ($19.99 Canada)Paperback: 81/2 x 107/8, 256 pages • Publicity begins March 2011
According to the latest Joe Murray newsletter: Joe will be at the Glendale Americana Barnes and Noble in California for a book signing and Q&A on Tuesday Oct. 5th at 7pm.
Barnes and Noble Book Signing Q & A This Tuesday October 5th at 7pm.
I’ve been feeling a bit cut off from the world lately, and would love to see my friends. Come join me for a night of talking cartoons, signing books and just hanging out! I would love to see you there! I’ll be talking about, answering questions and signing my recently released book “Creating Animated Cartoons with Character” at the Glendale Americana Barnes and Noble (210 Americana Way, Glendale, CA 91210 on Tuesday October 5th from 7:00pm to 8:00pm PST. I know week days are tough, but please try to make it!
Tell Joe we said “Hey!”
Don’t know who Joe Murray is? http://joemurraystudio.com/blog/ Weirdo
Joel Duggan, the Canadian cartoonist behind StarcrossedOnline.com has teamed up with C100FM in his home town of Halifax to auction off the original comic strip art and accompanying digital print of the final artwork for this weeks comic, Bras Across The Bridge.
All proceeds from the auction will be donated to the Bras Across The Bridge 2010 event which took place this past weekend. Bras Across The Bridge is part of the C100FM Team Moya fundraising efforts for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation and the CIBC Run For The Cure which takes place on October 3rd.
The auction will close on September 30th, at 09:31AM ADT.
For more information about the auction, the fundraiser, and the cause stop by StarcrossedOnline.com. Links to all of the important information is in the blog announcement.
Here are some links to follow and learn more about Joel Duggan and the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation
- Comic original is pencil (red) and ink on drawing bristol.
- Comic dimensions: 17″ x 6.75″ total with strip artwork measuring 16″ x 4.75″
- Print is a digital high res print of the final artwork on high grade card stock
- Print dimensions: 8.5″ x 11″ total with strip artwork reduced to fit and centred
- Both original and print are signed by the artist.
Read more about it at Starcrossed
Mere moments ago Lucas Turnbloom of Imagine This! tweeted the following:
Sneak peek at my new comic… http://j.mp/aiEftE #webcomics – From @roberttheplant
The link takes you to Lucas’ website “Imagine This Comic” where we are greeted with this news:
Remember that “other” webcomic I told you I was working on? Well, since it’s getting closer and closer to launch, I thought I’d give you a sneak peek at some of the characters! I said some. There are about 12 regulars SO FAR. Think “Simpsons,” people.
Directly below his blurb is a picture of what can only be described as “a new comic…”
Here is that picture now:
Cropped severely and blurred beyond recognition to avoid any copyright laws. Click Here to see the whole picture in all of it’s HD quality.
Stay Tuned…and remember…you heard it here second. TMZ knew about it hours ago.
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