There’s more to entertainment than movies, TV, web shows pretending to be TV, and the occasional music.

I’m a bit late tonight because a party I thought was next week was yesterday and it messed me up a bit since I’m still not on a proper normal schedule yet. I didn’t get to do the Clutter Report project I wanted to this week so I’m shooting for next week. As for the title, they do have limits on what they can discuss and show on the program. Broadcast rules, you know. And yes, they still talk about the usual topics as well in this scenario.

Tomorrow we begin our Chapter By Chapter look at The Merry Adventures Of Robin Hood, and I will include links to the public domain download and audiobook in each installment so you can join in. I would love to hear other peoples’ thoughts on the stuff I review, both agree and disagree. It happens so seldom. On the plus side I’ve only had to block a conversation once, but it was also the only conversation and went way off topic for some reason.

We’re also getting close to the end of this year’s Free Comic Book Day haul. I missed this weeks so I’m going to do an extra FCBD review next Sunday to get caught up. By now Today’s Comic is practically “Yesterday’s” Comic so until I can get regular new comics I want to just get back to old stuff. I will be commenting on the latest rumor from Forbes about DC comics if you’ve heard of it. If you haven’t, then I’ll tell you about it this week or you can do a search and we’ll talk about it then. Have a good week everyone!

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About ShadowWing Tronix

A would be comic writer looking to organize his living space as well as his thoughts. So I have a blog for each goal. :)

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  1. Sean says:

    Yes, that would be a very different Entertainment Tonight show indeed if the program discussed actual comic books instead of just the comic book inspired movies.

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  2. […] Then again, this is Variety. They NEVER mention comics. Both their site and mine are hosted by WordPress.com. I can follow any WordPress.com hosted site and I do follow Variety for potential discussion topics and Morning Article Links. I can tell you straight out that they don’t care about comics. I’m surprised they talk about video games, but they don’t talk comics, magazines, or even books. All they care about is what’s playing in theaters, on TV, or on websites like Netflix, Hulu, or Pluto TV who act like TV and movies. It would be bigger news if they even acknowledged a comic exists beyond mentioning in passing that this movie or that show is based on a comic. They’re part of that elitist media that only cares about movies and TV so their not mentioning DC Comics, which is owned by Warner Brothers and now WarnerMedia, isn’t evidence that they’re dropping DC but just par for the course with entertainment news media. We went over that in Sunday’s Jake & Leon. […]

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