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ARTaylor

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  • I live in Sac Town, California
  • I was born on June 27
  • My occupation is Freelance Production Assistant
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    80 Years of Superman

    April 18, 2018 by ARTaylor

    Today marks the eightieth anniversary of the debut of Superman. Also known as Kal-El and Clark Kent, he is the product of writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster. The Big Blue Boy Scout, the Man of Steel, the Man of Tomorrow, and the Last Son of Krypton made his debut in the pages of Action Comics #1 on this day in 1938.

    Superman is essentially the world's first superhero and created many of the aspects that have become commonly associated with the genre including brightly colored tights, a long flowing cape, varied superpowers, long-running archenemies, and closely guarded secret identity. While various superpowered characters existed before, he was the character that started the 20th Century craze for powerful costumed figures and has be…

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    Isle of Dogs Released

    April 13, 2018 by ARTaylor

    Today is the release of Isle of Dogs. The film follows the adventures of a boy who, after a breakout of canine flu, searches an island of trash for his beloved dog while a reporter searches for the truth of the disease's origins. It has already been in limited release gaining high critical praise. The film features the talents of Courtney B. Vance as the narrator and Liev Schreiber as the dog Spots whose master Atari comes looking for.

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    Stan Lee Needs a Hero

    April 12, 2018 by ARTaylor

    Comic book legend Stan Lee is in need of a hero of his own, according to The Hollywood Reporter. According to reports, Lee is still reeling from the death of his wife Joan and is fighting with his daughter causing a nasty battle for his care and estate. Following a bout of pneumonia, the ninety-five year-old had an argument with his sixty-seven year-old daughter, J. C.. While this has been said to not be unusual, this argument seemed to be a breaking point in their relationship. One friend has pleaded, "He's in need of a superhero himself."

    He and hid attorney drafted a declaration of the going-ons of his private life on February 13th of this year. It states that he and Joan set up a trust for their daughter because of her difficulties suppo…

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    T. J. Miller Arrested

    April 11, 2018 by ARTaylor

    The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that Todd James Miller, voice of Big Hero 6's Fred, has been arrested in New York. He was taken into custody for allegedly "intentionally conveying to law enforcement false information about an explosive device on a train traveling to Connecticut" according to the United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut. According to reports, on March 18th the comedian called 9-1-1 from an Amtrak train heading towards Washington, D.C.. He told the dispatcher that a female passenger supposedly had a bomb in her bag. The train stopped and all passengers left the train while the bomb squad checked the area finding no evidence of any explosive device or materials. A journalist was on the train and wrote about th…

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    Today is the release of Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay. This is the latest direct-to-video animated feature from DC Comics. The feature follows the titular antihero team as they battle various supervillain groups for control of a powerful magical device.

    The film was directed by Sam Liu and features character credits for Len Wein, Paul Dini, and Steve Ditko. It features the talents of Gideon Emery as the snake-like Team X member Copperhead, Tara Strong as psychiatrist-turned-crazed Team X member Harley Quinn, David Boat as villain seeking plastic surgery Two-Face, Trevor Devall as ill-fated Team X member Punch, Dave Fennoy as crimelord Tobias Whale, Greg Grunberg as the irresponsible ladies man Steel Maxum, Natalie Lander as Dharma, Matthew Merc…

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