Iconic cars from the beloved TinTin comic are on display at the Autoworld Museum in Brussels. /Moulinsart/Autoworld Iconic cars from the beloved TinTin comic are on display at the Autoworld Museum in Brussels. /Moulinsart/Autoworld The Autoworld museum lost 50% of its visitors in the first year of the pandemic. /Moulinsart/Autoworld
New episodes of some of your favorite TV shows from the 1960s and 1970s are coming! This is the case with “Space: 1999”, “Doctor Who”, “Dark Shadows” and “The Avengers”, the subject of this review. The caveat is that they appear as audio pieces, produced by UK-based Big Finish Productions.
By Karen Harris First published Fritzi Ritz comic strip. (Larry Whittington/Wikimedia Commons) It’s always hard to imagine the adult figures of our childhood as youngsters themselves, but it’s an uncomfortable truth that even the most responsible mother you know had her wild days, even if they only consisted of ‘in
Fox Animation’s lineup welcomes new residents! The cast of Bloom County will join the lineup in their own animated series. Cartoonist Berkeley Breathed confirmed on his social media today that an animated show is in the works based on his ongoing comic. Bloom County has quite a long history in
Forget boring government documents, Belgium is a game changer. The tiny Western European nation is causing a stir with its newly designed passport – an artistic showcase of its beloved comic book characters. The Smurfs, Blake and Mortimer, Tintin, Lucky Luke and many other iconic characters appear throughout the new
Vancouver, Canada, February 08, 2022 — (PR.com) — Vancouver-based cartoonist Vlad, aka The Vlade, has announced the launch of “UglyZoo”, arguably the first-ever daily comic strip created specifically for the NFT Market . The UglyZoo strip features a variety of cute animal characters – starting with a penguin, an elephant,
A participant holds a rainbow umbrella as he attends a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) pride parade in Hong Kong November 8, 2014. Participants from LGBT communities took to the streets on Saturday to demonstrate for their rights. (Reuters/Tyrone Siu) A Filipino Artist Created A Short Comic About Inclusive
Mumbai: Senior police officers in Gadchiroli, Maharashtra, have decided to sit down fortnightly this year for a different kind of assignment – to think up a story, write a script and bring in an artist local to draw caricatures. The final product is a comic strip titled “Gadchiroli Files”. “Gadchiroli
A board, some brushes, a bottle of black ink and various other drawing materials. That’s all Narayan Debnath needed to ignite the imagination of generations of young Bengali readers for six decades with his cult comics. The creator of Bantoul the Great, Handa Bhonda, Nonte Fonte and several other naughty
Comic artist Paul Trap must keep the creative juices flowing to come up with storylines and punchlines for his daily comic strip, Thatababy. Sometimes inspiration needs to be cajoled. “I attribute it to caffeine and deadline pressure,” Trap said. The strip centers on two parents and their curious, often mischievous
In a bid to raise awareness about Naxalism, police on Sunday launched a comic strip under “Gadchiroli Files” which reflects the ground realities of the affected area in this eastern district of Maharashtra, an officer said. Gadchiroli Police Superintendent Ankit Goyal said the comic is mainly based on the theme
COLUMN: Food for thought by Sandy Sutherland A FEW years ago we walked into the Scottish Antiques and Arts Center in Doune, near Callander. My wife could soon find herself among the antiques and I among the comics! Old copies of the Hotspur, Dandy, Beano… brought back childhood memories. Rev.
Malachi Symonds in a banana plantation in Costa Rica (Photograph provided) When Malachi Symonds launched Paddle Popped Popcorn in 2014, it included small comics in the bag to engage younger customers. The technique worked. The kids loved the comic strip called The Story of Paddle Popped. But the updates came
The offending comic was published in the Los Angeles Times and other newspapers on December 1. Rafu staff report Asian American readers have complained about The Los Angeles Times about a racial slur that appeared in one of his daily comic strips on Wednesday. The newspaper apologized and announced that
In the fall of 2021, an image began circulating on social media that purportedly showed a panel from a comic strip published in 1957, in which a hooded hero encouraged mask-wearing to protect against the “Chinese virus”. » : The words “Chinese virus”, a xenophobic and inaccurate reference to COVID-19,
SWATCH watches have been picked up by Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Woodstock and the rest of the Peanuts gang. The new Swatch X Peanuts collaboration features the iconic characters of Charles M. Schulz and the collection is packed with great moments from the Peanuts comic. It is sure to bring out
Disgraced R&B singer R Kelly’s racist cellmate has created a comic strip detailing the couple doing yoga in prison. Brendan Hunt, 37, served time with Kelly at the Metropolitan Detention Center as Hunt faced a 10-year prison term for threatening to kill Democratic congressmen following the January 6 riots. In
Hearst Connecticut Media Editorial Board October 19, 2021 A 9/11 “Curtis” comic strip by Stamford resident Ray Billingsley. King Features Syndicate Thumbs up to Stamford resident Ray Billingsley, who won the Reuben Award for Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year from the National Cartoonists Society. Billingsley, creator of the “Curtis” comic
By: Zachary Lopez (ZachNews): Source: Regional Museum of Agulhas (Information): Downtown Needles, CA: Spike, the cartoon character from the Peanuts statue, has a new home inside the Needles Regional Museum. Spike is Snoopy’s brother who lives outside of Needles, California, and is a character in Charles M. Schulz’s Peanuts comic
Press release | July 23, 2021 The MV Agusta range of motorcycles featured in an MV-branded comic strip. The first episode of the series, written by Italian screenwriter Tommaso De Stefanis, has just been released. This is a press release from MV Agusta… Varese, Italy (July 22, 2021) – For
I don’t normally read comic book cartoons. But this week I read a number after receiving a complaint that ‘The Phantom’, published by the Sunday Nation, is racist. The cartoon “fuels the racist narrative that Africans desperately need a white hero to save them from themselves,” says Dr Wambua Kituku.
Chris Varias | Special for Cincinnati Enquirer Goodbye Mutts, hello Ziggy: Mutts creator Patrick McDonnell is taking a sabbatical to work on a special project. Ziggy will step in and return to the Cincinnati comic book pages beginning Monday, July 5. Check it out daily on The Enquirer’s Fun page.
Comic fun at Ramsgate Arts Primary Famous illustrator Quentin Blake’s fantasy fantasy world has inspired children at Ramsgate Arts Primary to create their own comic strip. Year 3 creative kids explored the central text of Blake’s story, The Green Ship, as part of their ongoing literacy studies. Students recreated the
Tom Batiuk, author of the syndicated comic “Crankshaft” regularly published in the Tribune Chronicle, often veers away from humor in his comics to draw attention to important, even sometimes tragic, subjects. Over the years, the Akron native has explored issues such as adult literacy or Alzheimer’s disease and
What’s new is pleased to announce that Sour Grapes – A Comic Strip by Tim Jones will now air weekly on WhatsUpNewp.com. Tim Jones is the creator, artist, and writer of the wildly popular, self-syndicated comic book, “SOUR GRAPES”; a comic about “Aesop”, a miserable flying dog and his strange
CANTON – Batman, Superman and Spider-Man comic books line the walls and fill the boxes of Comics, Cards and Collectables. There’s no shortage of other iconic characters either: Wonder Woman. The flash. Iron Man. The Green Lantern. Captain America, The Incredible Hulk. Aquaman. Flash Gordon, who originated from a 1934
Do other lawyers besides me read the Dilbert comic strip? Scroll through some recent online on the website. They are hilarious and fully aware of the vagaries of the business world. Has anyone known a Catbert, the diabolical director of human resources? What about the spiky-haired Boss? Have you ever
San Diego Comic-Con@Home, a free online version of the annual Comic-Con International, ends today. With COVID-19 restrictions in place, this is the first year since 1970 that the convention has not drawn pop culture and comic book fans to downtown San Diego. But Comic-Con isn’t San Diego’s only connection to
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Newspapers across the country are reeling after tariffs implemented in March raised newsprint prices by 25-30%. Newsprint is usually the second largest expense for local newspapers. RALEIGH, NC (AP) — Residents of a North Carolina town hoping to read “Rex Morgan MD” with Sunday coffee are about to have a