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Daily Archives: October 14, 2015

31 Days of Horror 2015: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari

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I’d like to say that I am such a sophisticated cinephile, that The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari was on my must- watch list for ages.  The truth, I did not know the film existed until watching an episode of the show “Portlandia.”

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The GAR! Podcast: Breaking Bad with Jessica Walsh

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The Biff Bam Pop! Podcast Network presents The GAR! Podcast, the Glenn Walker and Ray Cornwall weekly podcast where they talk unrehearsed about whatever happens to come to mind. It’s an audio-zine for your mind, a nerd exploration of a nerd world, coming to you from across the vastness of suburban New Jersey via Skype. This week, we have a special guest, author Jessica Walsh, and we’re talking about “Breaking Bad,” along with all the usual stuff. See and hear more after the jump.

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A New Dawn With THE TWILIGHT CHILDREN #1 On The Wednesday Run

Twilight Children 1It’s been said before, but I’ll say it (at least) one more time: the publishing company that gave us John Constantine: Hellblazer, Sandman, Shade the Changing Man, Preacher, The Invisibles and many, many other titles that transcended the comic book genre and changed it for all time – has been at an all-time low for the better part of a decade.

Vertigo Comics, the mature, sophisticated imprint of DC Comics has floundered in the space it helped to create in the late nineteen eighties and the decade that followed.

With the increasing number of creator-friendly comic book publishers in the marketplace and with Hollywood developing (and paying for) more and more, once-obscure sequential, story ideas, into the film and television art forms, Vertigo became a shadow of its former self. No longer a leader in the industry, Vertigo Comics is indeed trying to find an identity for itself.

And maybe that search ends this month, an important month for the company. Today, it publishes the first issue of The Twilight Children, a four-issue mini series from two of the biggest creators that the comic book industry has ever produced.

Follow me after the jump where I’ll shed some light on the new series.

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