There's planety going on in the far West End to keep the family entertained through the summer and into the fall. Read full story
Posted: 5/20/13 4:29 PM
The “freak nuclear accident,” or variations thereof, is a trope of comics and monster cinema, but in 1979, novelist Tom De Haven
took that strange catalytic event, put it in the New Jersey of a tempestuous near future and into a relationship between disfigured brothers and a woman. He titled it Freaks’ Amour
The story seems eerily relevant as a new Dark Horse graphic novel by Dana Marie Andra, Read full story
His current job involves battling zombies on TV, but the real-life obstacles actor Chad L. Coleman overcame to get to this point were no less formidable
It’s January, and Chad L. Coleman is on hiatus in Los Angeles. He’s “drumming up work,” which you might imagine involves him walking up and down the streets of Hollywood, looking tough. You know, the way he used to move around as “Cutty from the Cut,” the pugilist ex-con from Baltimore’s mean streets on The Wire. Or maybe he’s blazing a trail through the woods like he does in his latest role, as Tyreese from Read full story
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