Afterlife with Archie #1 sold out from Diamond Comic Distributors in less than five hours and is headed for a second printing, Archie Comics have reported. The brand new ongoing series is written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (Stephen King's The Stand) and illustrated by Francesco Francavilla (Black Beetle). Francavilla provided a new cover for the second printing. If you like zombies and Archie comics, this may be the title for you.
This piece of news is from July, 2013. Two members of Congress have submitted a bill that would make the US lunar landing sites National Parks, under the protection of the United States.
The U.S. hasn’t sent a human to the moon in decades, and hasn't announced any plans to return anytime soon. But the bill by Rep. Donna Edwards (D-Md.) and Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-Texas) comes as private companies move into space-faring enterprises and space tourism to the moon inches closer to reality.
The only challenge is that, under International agreement, the Moon does not belong to any one country, so negotiations would have to be made to establish any protection of these Moon site. It would not be cool to trample those first boot prints made by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin in 1969. We'll keep yoposted, and let you know if the bill goes anywhere.
Source: TVRant.con VANCOUVER, BC (September 30, 2013) – A renowned global animation brand is about to be re-booted. Reflecting the company’s commitment to the production of animated programming for television, Rainmaker Entertainment Inc. has named its television division Mainframe Entertainment.
In conjunction with the re-birth of Mainframe Entertainment, a name celebrated for its pioneering achievements in computer-animated television, the company has unveiled the first two series in development: an all-new version of the popular ReBoot franchise and Tiger’s Apprentice, a CGI animated series based on the trilogy of young adult novels written by award-winning author Laurence Yep.
The reimagining of the venerable ReBoot series comes just in time for its 20th anniversary. Making its debut on television screens in 1994, ReBoot was centered on the world of Mainframe, where a guardian program sprite and his friends defended the system from superviruses bent on creating havoc and destruction. Mainframe Entertainment will team with leading computer industry manufacturers to update the ReBoot universe and create a ground-breaking viewing experience for fans.
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