LESS THAN LIVE EPISODE 4 is UP: Super Best Friends Club! - A trip to New York, catching up on titles I missed and then the amazing trio of Kevin Wada, Kris Anka and Jake Wyatt! It’s the perfect chaser to the last episode with the fourth member of SBFC, Babs Tarr.

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Although I always, ALWAYS encourage you to buy comics from a brick-and-mortar comic shop, the links below are to Amazon for easy reviews and info. Some might not be collected yet, so go buy ‘em from a dang store!

Comics and graphic novels I recommended in Episode 4 include:

Saga by Brian K Vaughn and Fiona Staples
The Wake by Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy
Ghost Rider by Felipe Smith and Tradd Moore
Afterlife with Archie by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Francesco Francavilla
The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman and P Craig Russell
Street Angel by Brian Maruca and Jim Rugg
How to Be Happy by Eleanor Davis
Through the Woods by Emily Carroll (again, god, Kate, get over it)
Velvet by Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting

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(If the episode isn’t showing up at the iTunes link quite yet, it becomes available by subscribing to the show!)

Rachel and Miles X-Plain the X-Men makes its official Comics Alliance debut with Episode 17: The Island of Dr. Corbeau!

A quick note on what this means going forward:

If you listen to the podcast at our website, or via iTunes or Stitcher, nothing’s changing. New episodes and visual companions will continue to go up at rachelandmiles.com every Sunday.

BUT new episodes will also be up a few days eariler–Thursdays–at Comics Alliance and on their YouTube channel.

CA is one of our favorite comics sites (full disclosure: Rachel’s a regular contributor, but we’ve been reading it since long before), and we’re really, really excited to be joining badasses like War Rocket Ajax and the Arkham Sessions in its lineup.

For CA listeners who’ve made their way back to us, here are some links to help you get started:

Thanks for listening!

If the first Oldboy spent three whole days making this scene…

…can we all give the remake a break for not 100% capturing that magic?

THIS WEEK ON THE PODCAST: Host Adam Tod Brown welcomes his Cracked co-workers Soren Bowie and David Christopher Bell to discuss the House of Wax remake Paris Hilton might not have ruined, the new Godzilla that’s a retread of the ‘90s, Josh Brolin’s crazy-eyed brilliance, and so much more.

Movie Remakes Everybody Is Wrong About

This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast examines the work of three American photographers: Wynn Bullock, Bruce Davidson and Paul Caponigro.

A major retrospective of Bullock’s work is on view at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. Curated by Brett Abbott, this week’s first guest, "Wynn Bullock: Revelations" is on view through January 18, 2015. The show — and its excellent catalogue — reveal an artist addressing and creating photographic traditions while innovating in ways that suggest Bullock is an under-recognized pioneer of the use of color in photography. 

Pictured above is Bullock’s Nude Torso on the Forest (1958). On this week’s program, Abbott and host Tyler Green discuss Bullock’s famed forest nudes. 

How to listen to this week’s show: Listen to or download this week’s program above, on SoundCloudvia direct-link mp3, or subscribe to The MAN Podcast (for free) at:

I dont know, I was just listening to that BBC radio thing with Lewis. I swear, I bet the only reason Simon isnt on it is because Simon would have just asked the other guys to fuck off. And then Lewis would be like “Simo- Wait what did you say? You know what, just shove it up ur arse.” Still feeling sad about all that conflict-y stuff.

This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast examines the work of three American photographers: Wynn Bullock, Bruce Davidson and Paul Caponigro.

A major retrospective of Bullock’s work is on view at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. Curated by Brett Abbott, this week’s first guest, "Wynn Bullock: Revelations" is on view through January 18, 2015. The show — and its excellent catalogue — reveal an artist addressing and creating photographic traditions while innovating in ways that suggest Bullock is an under-recognized pioneer of the use of color in photography. 

Pictured above is Bullock’s Color Light Abstraction #1076 (1963). On this week’s program, Abbott and host Tyler Green discuss Bullock’s experiments with both color and abstraction. Click to expand the image to 1,200px wide.

How to listen to this week’s show: Listen to or download this week’s program on SoundCloudvia direct-link mp3, or subscribe to The MAN Podcast (for free) at:

Hello Percy Jackson fandom!

My name is Eppie and I’m a super huge fan of this book series. 

Some of you may know about the olympiancast already, but if you don’t, I would definitely recommend clicking that link to find out!

Anyways, I’ve recently taken over the production of the podcast and it’s almost time to start recording! That being said, we’re looking for one more co-host to make up the group. 

If you’re interested, you can apply at This Link. We’re looking for someone who’s read all the novels and is available to record every week as well as keep in touch, manage the websites, record your own voice channel (I can explain this), and engage in deep discussions over the books. That being said, the most important thing we’re looking for is your time and effort.

If you’ve applied before, there are a few applications I liked that no longer have a working URL, or have one without an askbox so I had no way of contacting you. Make sure that’s open so I can let you know!

Everyone else, please reblog this so other fans can see that the project is still on track and that we’re looking! Send me a message if you have any questions!

The second segment of this week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast features Huntington Library curator Jenny Watts. Along with Scott Wilcox, Watts has organized "Bruce Davidson, Paul Caponigro: Two American Photographers in Britain and Ireland." The exhibition examines how trips to the U.K. were important to the careers of two of the most important American photographers of the post-war era. The show is at the Yale Center for British Art in New Haven, Connecticut through September 14. The catalogue was published by Yale University Press.

The Bruce Davidson picture here, Wales (1965), is one of the photographs Watts and MAN Podcast host Tyler Green discuss on this week’s show. 

How to listen to this week’s show: Listen to or download this week’s program above, on SoundCloudvia direct-link mp3, or subscribe to The MAN Podcast (for free) at:

hey everyone!

im making a page with a bunch of blogs that are like fake wtnv business websites.

its here if you would like to see

(note: i used the default tumblr theme for all of the sites but id make them better if people liked the idea)

do you think this is a good idea? should i continue and make the pages better? please let me know :)

New Episode on Sunday - The Lives of Harry Lime

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Orson Welles reprises his Third Man screen role in the prequel radio series The Lives of Harry Lime. His big screen villainy is toned down, and the Harry Lime of radio is a roguish anti-hero, out to make a buck and stay ahead of the world’s more unsavory criminals. Welles headlined this syndicated radio series which also carried over Anton Karas’ memorable zither music from the film. In the next episode of “Down These Mean Streets,” we’ll hear Orson Welles in the episode “Ticket to Tangier.” The con is on in Episode 69 - Twist of Lime, available Sunday, August 3rd!

Click here to subscribe to the “Down These Mean Streets” podcast in iTunes.

And, in case you missed it, click here for last week’s episode featuring Philip Marlowe.

This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast examines the work of three American photographers: Wynn Bullock, Bruce Davidson and Paul Caponigro.

A major retrospective of Bullock’s work is on view at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. Curated by Brett Abbott, this week’s first guest, "Wynn Bullock: Revelations" is on view through January 18, 2015. The show — and its excellent catalogue — reveal an artist addressing and creating photographic traditions while innovating in ways that suggest Bullock is an under-recognized pioneer of the use of color in photography. 

Pictured above is a detail from Bullock’s Let There Be Light (1954).

The second segment features Huntington Library curator Jenny Watts. Along with Scott Wilcox, Watts has organized "Bruce Davidson, Paul Caponigro: Two American Photographers in Britain and Ireland." The exhibition examines how trips to the U.K. were important to the careers of two of the most important American photographers of the post-war era. The show is at the Yale Center for British Art in New Haven, Connecticut through September 14. The catalogue was published by Yale University Press.

The Modern Art Notes Podcast is an independent production of Modern Art Notes Media. The program is edited by Wilson Butterworth. The MAN Podcast is released under this Creative Commons license. 

How to listen to this week’s show: Listen to or download this week’s program above, on SoundCloudvia direct-link mp3, or subscribe to The MAN Podcast (for free) at:

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FIRST EPISODE OF THE SCOTTCAST! A weekly 30-Minute mix bringing you whatever I’m listening to this week. This week, I present an Electro/Trap Mix of some oldies and new ones, too. You can download and listen to it for free on Soundcloud as well! Share, Like, Comment and Reblog Please!!!! Peace and Love. x

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