Loose Ends 2/5/2016

I was going to write about Ike Perlmutter’s Donald Trump donation but between Charlotte Finn’s article at Comics Alliance & G. Willow WIlson’s post, I think were good

Sneakers designed for Ninja Turtles over at Sneak Hype

Travis Durden imagines Batman in a post apocalypse dystopia on Design Boom

At I09, Charlie Jane Anders writes about how the details and thoughtfulness that George RR Martin put’s into his Game Of Thrones series of novel’s is equal parts engrossing, enlightening and depressing

The Hollywood Reporter talks to director George Miller about Mad Max Fury Road and his Justice League film that never was

On the publishers 24th anniversary, Patrick A Reed writes about the beginning of Image Comics at Comics Alliance

Anthropologist discover that ancient Babylonians were using calculus over a thousand years before the Europeans proving that math is truth

The New York Times talks to the man with the most comprehensive tape of the first Super Bowl that the NFL doesn’t want you to see

On the Off Panel podcast, Joe Keatinge & Leila Del Duca talk Shutter, comics in general and Wu-Tang

Combat Jack and co talk to Michael Dowd, the most corrupt police officer in the history of the NYPD. Dowd tells listeners about the first time he caught someone selling crack, how the police didn’t like to do drug arrests when he started, the crack epedemic, slipping into corruption, getting three extra years for taking one of the Fat Boys pistols, how he almost got stabbed in jail for watching Friends & more on the Combat Jack Show

Radiolabs examines how Gary Hart’s infidelity scandal changed the way the media covered politicians forever

3 thoughts on “Loose Ends 2/5/2016”

      1. Ya, I love the Coen brothers but wow. I kept waiting for something interesting to happen and it never does. Spoiler.. kind of? A cigarette vice is the main characters major moral dilemma … and something happens at the end that renders everything pointless (something that was supposed to be funny but just seemed silly).

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