The pope comics examining the hero motif: Wolverine

Welcome back to The Pope’s Comics, our new regular column from award-winning novelist, poet and Comic Watch collaborator Bethany Pope! Bethany brings a wealth of knowledge on literature, history of LGBTQIA + issues, genre, comics and more. We sincerely hope you will enjoy! This week, I take a look at …

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Frida Kahlo’s self-portrait set to set new record at next Sotheby’s auction

Diego and you by Frida Kahlo takes a classic approach to portraiture, portraying an intensity shrouded in layers of emotion. Completed in 1949, these expressive portraits are a complex blend of contemporary themes of identity and experience, with a sense of self. The iconic artist’s work is expected to break …

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This Don Cast format: Hilarious reactions as fans tattoo Tiwa Savage’s face on her body Nigeria news

A young Nigerian woman recently took her love for popular singer Tiwa Savage to another level The young fan tattooed Somebody’s Son’s crooner’s face on her face and the singer recognized it Internet users reacted to the viral video, however, and not all seemed satisfied with the decision. The great …

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Facebook’s new corporate name is Meta

Facebook has had a makeover. Almost two decades since its inception – a life for social media – Mark Zuckerberg has announced a new business name after slight anticipation: Meta. The founder shared the news at the company’s annual Connect conference, as well as in an open letter. “We are …

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Vault Comics to release “Wifwulf” – Multiversity Comics

Art by Dailen Ogden Via AIPT, Vault Comics announced that it will be releasing “Wifwulf” (stylized as “Wifwvlf”), a werewolf story by writer / artist Dailen Ogden and co-authors Collin Kelly and Jackson Lanzing. Set in Montana in the 1860s, the book follows Charity Bjornsdotter, a young woman who spends …

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Columbia Community and Professional Artists Create ‘Bad Art’ for Storefront – The Columbia Chronicle

Decorated underwear hangs from wire hangers on the second floor of Columbia College Chicago Library. Dizzy the artwork is titled “Skidmarks” and features various painted symbols on each pair. The piece, by Christopher Shoup, is part of the exhibition, “Bad Art: Kitsch, Camp and Craft,” currently on display at the …

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Public Notice | Public notices

Commissioner Meeting October 5, 2021 The regular meeting of the County Commissioners Council was opened by President William J Novotny, III at 9:00 am on Tuesday, October 5, 2021. Commissioners Linda Greenough and Robert Perry, Assistant Commissioner Ashlea Bassett, Deputy County District Attorney Barry were present. Crago, County Attorney Tucker …

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The Kresge Foundation among Detroit’s first arts and culture laureates

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan commemorated International Artist Day this week by announcing the inaugural Detroit ACE Honors, which recognize the achievements of artists and patrons who have served the arts scene for more than 25 years. and cultural heritage of Detroit. A ceremony, to be held in January, will award …

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DC Comics’ 10 bravest aliens, ranked

DC basically created the genre of modern superheroes as fans know them, creating some of the most respected heroes of all time and the most dangerous and intimidating villains of all time. These heroes and villains are often iconic paragons, the Platonic ideals of heroism and wickedness. It also extends …

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SCAD Savannah Film Festival celebrates its return to the big screen | Promotion

After going online last year due to the pandemic, the Savannah College of Art and Design is back with an in-person format for its annual SCAD Savannah Film Festival, which runs October 23-30. Now in his 24e This year, the largest college film festival in the United States offers a …

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