"This digital series is designed to showcase and introduce creators traditionally underrepresented in the mainstream comic book medium," DC's newly-promoted executive director Marie Javins says in the announcement. "We'll highlight both new and familiar voices, beginning with 'It's a Bird' by writer Christian Cooper and artist Alitha E. Martinez, a semi-fictionalized account of Christian's very real evolution from a kid with a pair of binoculars to a man in an unexpected media spotlight after an altercation with a woman walking her dog in Central Park." … [Read more...] about DC tells stories of “personal experiences, unheard voices, and social revolution” in Represent!
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In Almost Famous, it’s a feeling. It’s at once the warm embrace of Penny Lane – the leader of Stillwater's "Band-Aids" (not to be confused with groupies) – and, in another moment, it's the community that comes from blasting "Tiny Dancer" and singing along with your bandmates after an argument. It’s a sound that’s equally comforting and invigorating. In the words of Stillwater’s frontman, Jeff Bebe, played by Jason Lee, rock and roll is: “A voice that says here I am, and fuck you if you can’t understand me.” … [Read more...] about No movie has captured rock and roll quite like Almost Famous
“Of course it would not do to encourage this sort of thing, as I am a busy man, but as this is so far as I know an event which is without precedent in the history of the Bakerloo, I think we ought to mark the occasion”. … [Read more...] about The Flare Path’s Bakerloo Bimble
There are a few civilians and robots in the courtyard, and more civilians and a handful of guards inside to deal with or avoid, but once the console is activated you can leave the restricted area for a bit of a respite so a quick in, quick out approach is favourable. … [Read more...] about Watch Dogs 2 – Haum Sweet Haum missions: Heist Sweet Heist, Lord of the WiFis and Swimming Upstream
Why you should play FF14Final Fantasy 14's story remains the best reason to play. Much as in a good single-player RPG, much of the narrative unfolds in cinematic cutscenes, and its mature themes touch on everything from loss to redemption. Square Enix does a good job of making the members of the large cast come off as real people, and some of the main characters have undergone believable changes over the years. It's only gotten better since launch. The music is also consistently amazing, and, well, all the characters are just frickin' beautiful. … [Read more...] about A beginner’s guide to Final Fantasy 14