Reading into Dreams: The Annotated Sandman

Reading into Dreams: The Annotated Sandman

The flip side of an annotation is that the focus is taken off the art and put on to the process and the surrounding ephemera. Seeing some of how the sausage is made, as it were. In some cases it informs wonderfully; at other times it's akin to academic droning.
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Elway’s Colossal Choke

Elway’s Colossal Choke

Damn you, John Elway. You blew it. Choked. Fumbled in the Red Zone. You abandoned Tim Tebow, a rising football star, a cash-cow machine, and potential franchise player, for the hope of a quick Super Bowl trophy. What’s wrong with you?
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Anticipating Spring

Anticipating Spring

Spring hasn't quite sprung. Twelve days to go.
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Hot Coffee from Outer Space

Hot Coffee from Outer Space

It's a little bit comics (kind of Fumetti), concerns coffee, and done by our friend and OO contributor Matt Graves. Totally hits the OO sweet spot.
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The Secret World of Arrietty Bears Mark of Miyazaki

The Secret World of Arrietty Bears Mark of Miyazaki

It’s a sad fact that one day, we will live in a world without Hayao Miyazaki actively making movies. What we have in The Secret World of Arrietty is perhaps the next best thing to a film directed by Miyazaki. It’s a film written by Miyazaki and to some extent “planned” by him....
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Fall into the Glitter: Why Adam Lambert will continue to fail commercially . . .

Fall into the Glitter: Why Adam Lambert will continue to fail commercially . . .

The man who revolutionized “American Idol” in 2009 with his stunning live performances is back with his second album. But from the sounds of his first single, his best days may be well behind him, or far ahead of him. Advice for a potential superstar.
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