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General / Re: Joe Pineapples series from Mills and Biz/Langely
« Last post by Tomwe on Today at 10:21:11 AM »
And the rest by Langley, yes? 😉
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General / Joe Pineapples series from Mills and Biz/Langely
« Last post by broodblik on Today at 10:19:45 AM »
Some images from the series:



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Film & TV / Re: Foundation on Apple TV
« Last post by The Legendary Shark on Today at 10:13:43 AM »

Also, plays. Also, one of the best episodes of Babylon 5, Intersections in real Time, is just two people in a room talking. Also, Pulp Fiction is full of scenes of people talking. I don't think that comparing a TV show to a TV show is comparing two different things. The question is, 'is the talking compelling?' My answer to that question regarding the first episode of Foundation is 'yes.'

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And here is Barry's grail double page spread by Carlos with new colours by Charlie Kirchoff

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The last post for September is now up, which gives us the following new reviews on Thrillshots for this month:

Sláine: Books of Invasions: Volume Two (2000 AD: The Ultimate Collection #38)
Caballistics, Inc.: Volume Two (2000 AD: The Ultimate Collection #71)
Mandroid (Judge Dredd: The Mega Collection #25)
Hewligan's Haircut (2000 AD: The Ultimate Collection #54)

Current schedule for October is:

4 October: All-Star Future Shocks (2000 AD: The Ultimate Collection #56)
11 October: Tales from the Black Museum (Judge Dredd: The Mega Collection #78)
18 October: Origins (Judge Dredd: The Mega Collection #45)
25 October: Nikolai Dante: Volume Six (2000 AD: The Ultimate Collection #77)

It’s pretty exciting to be reaching modern classics like Origins as I approach the end of a third year doing these weekly posts!

https://thrillshots.wordpress.com/
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Doc Quince
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The Killing - it's just so much FUN
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The Killing
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Top Dog.
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Film & TV / Re: Foundation on Apple TV
« Last post by GordonR on Today at 09:35:16 AM »
Given that most of FOUNDATION is just two or three people in a room talking, I would expect them to take plenty of liberties.

Yes, Minister, & it's successor Yes, Prime Minister, were pretty much three people talking in the same room every episode & that was some of the finest television ever. Just saying.

That’s a decades-old sitcom. Not a giant-budget modern SF drama series.  Sitcoms are three people in a room talking. Unless it’s Steptoe & Son, in which case it’s two people in a room talking.

You’re comparing two two completely different things.
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