Celluloid Sirens: Barbara Bouchet

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Early Life Barbara Gutscher was born on August 15, 1943, in Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia. After WWII ended, her family was granted permission under the Displaced Persons Act of 1948 to immigrate to the...

The Story Of The Greatest Theme Park Ride Of All — JAWS Part II

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Welcome back to our look at the story behind the greatest theme park ride of all time - Jaws. In Part I, we looked at the history of the ride, from its...

It Came From the Dollar Bin: The Best 3 Marvel Series of the 1960’s

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When the Marvel Universe launched in 1961 a new standard was set in the realm of American superhero comics. Over the remained of the decade Marvel would go on to produce...

It Came From the Dollar Bin: Retcons In The Marvel Age

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Overly the long, storied history of Timely/Marvel there have been many, many retcons (a changing of established facts to suit a writer's story). Some have been good, but most have been...

Rolling Nostalgic: The Art Of Keith Parkinson

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Early Years Keith Parkinson was born in West Covina, California in 1958. Due to his father’s job, he had to move around a lot and lived all over the United States. During...

Sequels That Need to Happen: BAD DUDES 2: KICK-ASS PRESIDENT!

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The Origins The 1980s were a decade full of cocaine and little else. Apparently, in the midst of all that glorious white powder, though, a band of ninjas led by the infamous...

Rolling Nostalgic: The Art Of Jeff Easley

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  Early Years Jeff Easley — one of the most-recognized cover artists on Advanced Dungeons And Dragons rulebooks — was born in 1954 in Nicholasville, a small town in central Kentucky. As a small child,...

Celluloid Sirens: Brigitte Bardot (Part 2)

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Click here for Part 1. Final Movie Roles In the early 1970s, Bardot transitioned into more comedic roles. These movies included: Les Novices, The Bear and the Doll and The Legend of Frenchie...

Rolling Nostalgic: The Art Of Clyde Caldwell

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Early Years Clyde Caldwell was born in the city of Gastonia, North Carolina on February 20, 1948. Like fellow TSR legend Keith Parkinson, he was interested in drawing and playing guitar. While...

The Story Of The Greatest Theme Park Ride Of All — JAWS Part I

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When the greatest movie ever made, Jaws, hit screens on June 20th, 1975 it electrified the summer box-office.  Traditionally a dumping ground for unfancied releases, summer was not a big season...
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