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artArt Appreciation Moment of the DayBatman

Too often, people get locked into one style of art and close their minds to all other interpretations of the human (or alien) form.  The point of the art appreciation moments is to take a look at what everyone else is doing, and reflect upon the work.  It might bring to mind good thoughts or bad, disgust or adoration – the bottom line is you’ve been exposed to that work and thus should gain a greater appreciation to all art in general. Today’s Art Appreciation Moment of the Day comes from Adriana Ferguson, who’s been a great friend to the

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Dynamite EntertainmentReviewZorro

Enter Bizorro As Zorro continues to protect the lands and citizens of California from tyrannical officials, a plot to bring the masked vigilante down begins to form, as another thrilling adventure of Senor Zorro arrives from Dynamite Entertainment.  Only twelve issue in, and it is easy to see why so many are digging this series.

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DCFinal CrisisGrant MorrisonReviewSuperman

WTF?  Seriously, WTF? I’ve let grant morrison run amok in the DC Universe for over a year now without condemning him as a mad man. I’ve questioned his methods, his writing, and his message, but never thought of calling the men in the white coats to haul him away for a serious examination of his head. After reading Superman Beyond 3D #2, I’m looking for a nut house that has an opening.

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AnimeCowboy BebopMovies

One of my favorite anime series out there has got to be Cowboy Bebop.  iF Magazine has an interesting interview with Erwin Stoff about the live action version of Cowboy Bebop for Fox. “I have such an enormous admiration for its creators, that our first and foremost concern is going to be a real degree of faithfulness to the tone of the movie, to the mix of genres, and so on and so forth,” he says. “When I met with them in Japan, one of the first things that I brought up was the experience that we had on A

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