Author Archives: Pop-Culture Spectrum

Beer, Glorious, Beer!

I am not much of a beer drinker is what I tell people when I go out drinking. This isn’t exactly true. I just really can’t find enjoyment in what most people drink when they say beer. They usually mean … Continue reading

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Oh, my Pasta!

Whenever I’m out with a friend and decide its time to get a nice meal I have three types I’d gear for, Thai, Indian and Italian. The problem with Italian is that I feel weird paying for pasta dishes which … Continue reading

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She Went to Hell and took us with her

Hello, Chuck Palahniuk, it’s me Reid Harris Cooper. I just wanted to let you know that your newest book is compelling and successfully fills many of the holes it creates along the way, creating interesting characters and a vivid image … Continue reading

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Games That Tell Tales

As TellTale Games truly expands their line of excellent produced games in the end of 2011 and beginning in 2012 with magic based on the Jurassic Park movie franchise, and two very popular the Comic books in Image Comics The … Continue reading

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Overview of Brooklyn Book Festival 2011

The Brooklyn Book Festival which just completed its sixth year was quite intense. Full of free panels with many scheduled at the same time and all taking place while there’s an actual book festival within Columbus Park it is a … Continue reading

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BBF2011: Funny Ha-Ha-Comedy in Comics

This panel featured four very talented comics creator with various pedigrees and creators of very different types of comics all that would fall under humor in the format of sequential storytelling. Keith Knight, a syndicated strip cartoonist he is famous … Continue reading

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BBF2011: Eoin Colfer x Walter Mosley – GUMSHOES

We start with a reading of work.  First Walter Mosley reads from his forthcoming January 2012 “All I Did Was Shoot My Man”, the next Leonid Mcgill book. It was a spirited reading of chapter 1 and definitely whetted the … Continue reading

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Overview of Panels that immediately caught my interest for New York Comic Con 2011

While not all panels have been announced and press events can change everything here, I thought I’d take a moment just to overview the schedule and be slightly prepared.  One can never truly be prepared though.  You always think you’re … Continue reading

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BBF11: Comics Quick Draw!

The first panel I attended at the 2011 Brooklyn Book Festival was titled “Comics Quick Draw!”. It featured three of my favorite writer/artists as well as people. Dave Roman, co-creator of Jax Epoch and a writer of Avatar-The Last Airbender … Continue reading

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Authors I Enjoy, and if there was more than one of me

I thought I’d take a better look at the schedule for Brooklyn Book Festival 2011 taking place Sunday, May 18th at Columbus Park in Brooklyn, New York. I will be focusing on the non comics selections this time. So please … Continue reading

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