October 2010

I’m not sure how long it’s been since I’ve picked up a Teen Titans comic, but it’s been awhile. This latest new beginning entitled “Team Building” is a good place for new readers to jump in. The team consists of Wonder Girl, Superboy, Kid Flash, Ravager, Beast Boy, Raven, and, if the final panels are to be believed Robin. (Please, oh please, let Damian stay on this team!)

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The same can’t be said of Dawn of the Ted. Enjoy!

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These Star Wars travel posters by Steve Thomas were inspired by vintage travel posters from the early 20th century.

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Delivered with Conviction

by Cap'n Carrot on October 29, 2010 · 1 comment

in Film

Conviction is based on a true story about a man (Sam Rockwell) wrongly convicted and sentenced to life in prison for a murder he did not commit. His sister (Hilary Swank), beginning her quest without even a high school diploma, spends the next several years of her life raising her two sons and struggling through college and law school to become the lawyer her brother needs. What may sound like a bad TV-movie of the week turns out to be so much more.

Screenwiter Pamela Gray and dirctor Tony Goldwyn deserve a fair amount of credit for finding a way to share this story without over-simplifying events or falling into an all too easy trap of caricature and cliché.

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Humorous take on renaming each state of the Union with the title of a film. I’m not sure about a couple of the choices, but both lintly and I have to applaud the fact that Super Troopers made the cut.

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The Insider and Oracle attempt to keep Vicki Vale alive before Ra’s al Ghul‘s hit squad (The Seven Men of Death) permanently silences the reporter. Oracle sends the reserves into battle (Batgirl, Manhunter, Man-Bat, Ragman, Hawk and Dove) while the once-and-future Batman tries to keep the nosy reporter alive.

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Featuring scenes from the upcoming film Tron: Legacy, here’s Grammy Award-winning electronic music duo Daft Punk‘s “Derezzed” Music Montage from the film’s official motion picture soundtrack.

TRON: LEGACY – Daft Punk’s “Derezzed”

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These murals done freehand for the playroom of the Reynold’s Home, a shelter for women and children, are pretty darn impressive, and really, really cool. I’m sure alphamonkey would be willing to sell off many of lintly’s vital organs to get one of these in his girls’ room.

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Fainting kittens

by jday on October 28, 2010 · 0 comments

in Audio Visual

Fainting goats have nothing on the level of cuteness of these fainting kitties!

fainting goat kittens – original video

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