Early Review Of Watchmen #1
Back when comics were a relatively small subculture, the Comics Buyer’s Guide was like the New York Times of its world. Before there was an internet, this was how everyone kept up on news. The impact it had on me is immeasurable.
Towns in Oklahoma and other Midwest communities have been left decimated after at least two dozen tornadoes ripped through the region. Here are ways to help disaster relief organizations that have mobilized support.
Here. Here is simple and happy. That’s what I meant to give you.
photographed from the International Space Station 07:50 GMT March 25, 2012. Credit: NASA
“The Divorcee” (1930) is seen as one of the most important films of the Pre-Code era and it still surprises with the force and courage with which Norma Shearer’s character acts in it. The story of a strong, risqué woman who rebels against the patriarchal ideal of a virtuous wife while the husband is free to have affairs without tarnishing his reputation and hence confronting the hypocrisy of the double standard promoted feminism long before the term was used and made Norma Shearer (along with her other pre-code movies) almost a feminist pioneer. Based on the novel “Ex-Wife” by Ursula Parrott, it was highly controversial back in the day and ended up getting Norma Shearer her Best Actress Oscar for it. The film had a total of four Academy Award nominations including Best Film
That’s how you climb the corporate ladder.
Anyone who’s traveled to popular touristic sites knows the feeling of being caught in the crossfire of countless camera lenses—the annoyed (and annoying) jockeying to capture the perfect shot…which in most cases looks exactly like everyone else’s. When we stumbled across Richard Silver’s photographs of iconic monuments, we were shocked—caught in the same tourist hustle, Silver manages to give us a new perspective on famous landmarks we didn’t think possible. Read more!
How to take the “monumental” out of the worlds monuments. Super cool.
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