Lisa Kay

For Fan-Film Creators, The Force Has Always Been Strong

The new ‘Bucketheads’ series reminds us the longtime practice of Star Wars fan-films is a labor of love worthy of The Force.

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Three Comics to Check Out for FREE from Arktoons

Independent comics publisher Arkhaven is offering a variety of free and subscription content online. Here are three I took a look at.

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Creating a Pulp and Noir Heroverse for the Big Screen

What the movie world needs is a return to the noir and pulp classics. Here are some that could be remade (and one to leave alone).

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The Fine Art of Self-Promotion

You would think after years of working as a writer and editor, I would know more about marketing myself. It wan’t that easy.

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You Might Feel a Little Jab

Book banning? Implants? Digital IDs and social credits? Some science fiction shows and movies were eerily prophetic.

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‘Batman: The Long Halloween’ Gets an Animated Movie

The celebrated Batman crime story, ‘The Long Halloween’ gets a two-part animated movie this year. Will it do justice to the source material?

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More Positive Music Vibes

A continuation from last week’s look at positive music that remedies the negative and brings out those good vibes in us all.

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Motivating Music with Positive Vibes

Instead of complaining about Satanic lap dances, rock out with some motivating music full of uplifting and positive vibes.

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GoFundMe Set Up for Father and Daughter Crash Survivors

Family needs assistance in paying for medical bills after being injured in a crash involving illegal aliens.

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The Jokes Won’t Write Themselves…but They Should

I don’t care what politics late night comedy writers follow, but they are missing out on some comedy gold.

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