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Starting on Netflix’s Wednesday

IMDb: : Wednesday

Watching first episode, Gomez seems to lack the enthusiasm and warmth I associate with other tv and movie appearances of the character.

Wednesday, seems more hostile than clever, but it can chalked up to the show’s premise. I did like the cello “paint it black” bit.

Thing, well animated, but not crazy about the Frankenstein stitches makeover.

I’ll keep watching, I think it has potential outside the initial pilot-itis.

Update, episode 2 is much more engaging. It’ll survive the three strikes rule, I think.

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November 29, 2022 at 02:23PM

Today in Comics History, November 29: Commissioner Gordon gets a helicopter for his birthday

(I think he wanted a bulldozer)

from Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight #126 (DC, February 2000), script by Greg Rucka and Devin Grayson, pencils by Damien Scott and Dale Eaglesham, inks by John Floyd, colors by Pamela Rambo, color separations by Wildstorm FX, letters by Willie Schubert

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November 29, 2022 at 09:07AM

“Come in, come in, and know me better, man!”

Scrooge’s third visitor, from Charles Dickens: A Christmas Carol. In Prose. Being a Ghost Story of Christmas. With Illustrations by John Leech. London: Chapman & Hall, 1843. First edition. This image is one of four hand-colored etchings included in the first edition. There were also four black and white engravings.

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