Sunday, December 11, 2016
Sunday Is A Day of Rest!
Are you worn out from decorating or shoveling snow? Then take a lode off and kick your feet up and peruse our offerings from this past week at BITBA. It is Sunday and time for a break. Here are some news and notes from the site.
THIS PAST WEEK:
Have a hankering for some TV mystery, take a look at our Columbo post from Monday. On Tuesday we discussed movie remakes good and bad. Wednesday we had a little This & That with Conan the Barbarian. Thursday we talked art, writing, and the Western genre. Friday we traveled back in time to December of 1981 with Redartz at the wheel. And yesterday we admireed holiday comic covers.
Bored with all of that, well hang tight boisterous bunch - we have some crazy plans for the rest of 2016 with everything from dinosaurs to soda pop and legacies to back-ups. Join us for a Bronze Age potpourri of comic art, movies, song, and menace. See if you can figure all that out gang!
On Sundays, we appreciate any recommendations you have. So share if you want to. Here are some of ours...
As mentioned last Sunday, J.A. Morris has a site that explores holiday movies and shows, so check out holidayfilmreviews.blogspot.com. And our friend Dr. O opines over at themiddlespaces.com with great in depth analysis. At betweenthepages pop art meets pastries And there is always something groovy at diversionsofthegroovykind.blogspot.com. So as we said, check those out.
In addition we suggest taking a gander at BillsComics.com where frequent commenter William creates comics in an action figure photo and fumetti fashion. Tons of creativity on William's site and plenty to view there.
Or hop over to Rip Jagger's Dojo at ripjaggerdojo.blogspot.com for a wide range of topics this week from Captain Marvel to Scrooge in various forms to the Avengers and the Zodiac.
If you haven't come across any of the new trailers for Spider-Man: Homecoming or Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2, we think you will like what you see.
And if you have Netflix, you can see all of the seasons of Columbo there now and catch some other Bronze Age TV that we will be exploring here in the future like Kolchak The Night Stalker and The Rockford Files.
See you back here tomorrow, for something all new and all different!