This issue: Things get heated when it comes to the continuation of the Peanuts franchise. On the lighter side – Arrow!


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  1. I love Charlie Brown, shit is deep yo. But seriously, I can relate a lot to the trials and tribulations of Good Ol’ Charlie Brown and his gang of uncannily-aware friends. A lot of it just kind of about failure, and taking solace in the tiny victories. I don’t know, I like it.

    Anyway here is my favorite “Peanuts” related comic:

  2. I’m enjoying the show (just watched both episodes out there thus far), but it isn’t something that I’m going to go out of my way to watch the moment it is aired.

    I think there’s a bit more to the characters than is immediately evident at first glance, and I like that. The interactions between Oliver and his sister and those between Oliver and his bodyguard have some potential for great moments.

    I find it interesting that he’s willing to horrifically wound and/or kill the nameless goons protecting the people on his list, but the worst injury he’s inflicted on them thus far is a scratch on the cheek.

    Also, the reason people are hating the “Beauty and the Beast” TV show is because the “Beast” in the show isn’t a beast. He’s basically a pretty Hulk. He has a scar on one cheek, and when he gets angry he gets really strong and they put some makeup on him to accentuate his cheekbones. It takes the original mythology and the story from the old series and does away with the entire point of it by doing away with what makes the Beast bestial. There’s no finding the handsome prince by looking past the frightening exterior to the good underneath.

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