On Friday, Aug. 1, Marvel Studios is releasing Guardians Of The Galaxy. For Marvel, this is a massive risk, as Guardians do not have the clout or fame “The Avengers,” or any of their solo members, have in the mainstream comics.
In case you didn’t hear, or like me, are too poor to make it all the way to San Diego, The SDCC (San Diego Comic Con) was this weekend, and with it came the next year of nerdy entertainment laid out on a platter for all to see.
Hours After Midnight by Garrett Parker I love this sky at nighttime when the sun lies far below its last glint. With time spent recollecting how the night was with friends who seem unfit. When crypts are alive with lives and lies lost in lullabies. They cry the songs of nighttime birds echo drunken slurs…
Pamela Sue Hitchcock is dedicated to poetry. Not to her own poems in particular.
This summer marks one of the worst blockbuster explosions in recent times, but it’s become all too familiar a motif for movie-goers, whose summer-fare for years has consisted of huge budget superheroes or remakes, sequels and series.
What could make you feel more proud to be an American than a sexy, tousle-haired Jeff Goldblum working with an energetic, pre-Wild Wild West Will Smith to kill an army of aliens seeking to destroy the world?
Cormoran Strike and his gal-Friday Robin Ellacott are back in the Summer’s follow-up novel to last year’s “The Cuckoo’s Calling,”
The Free Weekly’s newspaper-stand art project began several months ago and was designed to do just that – to help jump start t he public art movement in Fayetteville; to beautify the vessels in which the publication is delivered along with the space where it resides; and to give artists an outlet for their talent and exposure to the community at large.
By Dane Laborn X-Men: Days Of Future Past (DoFP), the seventh film in the franchise, strives to do what comic book movies rarely try anymore: to be fun. Out of the gate, DoFP hits us with a fantastic and jarring fight sequence, tearing away our expectations of what we came to see, and laying it…
Staff Report In April, Bottle Rocket Gallery will sponsor two art events in Fayetteville. On April 18, a performance/installation by Quintin Rivera Toro will be presented at the gallery in Fayetteville, starting at 7 p.m. The second event is a participatory painting directed by Teresa Albor, and will take place at Nightbird Books, 205 W….