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[Comedy] ‘Shazam: Fury of the Gods’ post-credits cameos hint at the future The future of Shazam at DC Studios is up in the air, but the post-credits scenes and cameos in “Fury of the Gods” provide potential answers. Published:3/19/2023 12:52:24 AM
[Comedy] Daniel Clowes offers a look at ‘Monica,’ his next graphic novel The acclaimed cartoonist reflects on his influences and the people he lost as he prepares to publish his first original graphic novel in seven years. Published:3/9/2023 12:36:28 PM
[Comedy] An illustrated celebration of women around the world Cartoonists around the world told us what community means to them on International Women's Day. Published:3/7/2023 5:05:20 AM
[Comedy] The bewildering descent of Scott Adams and ‘Dilbert’ “I shook the box intentionally. I did not realize how hard I shook it,” Scott Adams told The Post about the comments that prompted newspapers to drop the once-heralded comic strip “Dilbert.” Published:3/6/2023 12:46:15 PM
[Comedy] Comics industry reacts to ‘Dilbert’ creator Scott Adams’s racist rant As Scott Adams's ‘Dilbert’ is dropped from newspapers, artists weigh in with condemning reactions, including their own satirical cartoons. Published:2/27/2023 4:07:17 PM
[Comedy] An illustrated guide to feeling happier, every day By savoring even small bits of bliss, you can transform an otherwise mundane moment into something joyful. Published:2/24/2023 5:36:45 AM
[Comedy] Rick Newman, founder of Catch a Rising Star comedy club, dies at 81 The New York City club helped launch the careers of Billy Crystal, Richard Lewis, Jerry Seinfeld, Robin Williams, Richard Belzer and others. Published:2/23/2023 8:10:10 AM
[Comedy] Jonathan Majors is ready for his Marvel Studios ‘big bad’ moment Jonathan Majors stars in “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” as supervillain Kang the Conqueror, continuing a legacy of Black actors in iconic MCU roles. Published:2/17/2023 5:06:16 AM
[Comedy] @tony_ferraro7 the existence of post nut clarity and pre nut confusion implies that there is mid nut learning Published:2/7/2023 7:45:34 AM
[Comedy] A trailblazer who brought a Black woman’s voice to comics Barbara Brandon-Croft, the first African American woman with a mainstream syndicated comic strip, has a new book reflecting on her achievement, “Where I’m Coming From: Selected Strips, 1991-2005.” Published:2/7/2023 5:09:49 AM
[Comedy] A new Batman and more: Our analysis of James Gunn and DC’s lineup James Gunn announced a new DC Studios slate, including Batman, Superman and Supergirl projects. Published:2/1/2023 12:32:49 PM
[Comedy] Cartoonists spoof Kevin McCarthy’s ‘Groundhog Day’ in the House Political cartoons spoof the historic House stalemate as a GOP circus, as would-be speaker Kevin McCarthy fails through many rounds of voting. Published:1/6/2023 2:33:19 PM
[Comedy] A Harvard professor’s book asks: What if the Jan. 6 attack had succeeded? “1/6: The Graphic Novel” by Harvard Law School professor Alan Jenkins and author-activist Gan Golan depicts a dystopian world in which the Jan. 6 rioters were successful. Published:1/6/2023 5:07:41 AM
[Comedy] The 9 biggest superhero movies for 2023, from Ant-Man to Aquaman The new year includes “Blue Beetle,” “The Flash,” “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3” and a new animated “Spider-verse.” Published:1/6/2023 1:53:37 AM
[Comedy] How we draw ourselves Cartoonists across generations reflect on how gender, feminism and notions of womanhood have impacted their work. Published:12/2/2022 9:56:00 AM
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[Comedy] Aline Kominsky-Crumb, feminist underground cartoonist, dies at 74 Her autobiographical, raunchy, and darkly absurd comics in the 1970s made her a feminist heroine to a generation of women. She was married to fellow underground cartoonist Robert Crumb. Published:12/2/2022 5:58:30 AM
[Comedy] Charge it A [shorter] version of the phrase 'charge it to the game' To just [accept] what has happened and [move on]. Published:11/26/2022 4:58:45 AM
[Comedy] lagom [Lagom] is a [swedish] term meaning "just about enough but [not too much]". Efor yourself but so that there are still enough for others. Published:11/25/2022 6:03:02 AM
[Comedy] Cornucopulate [The greasy], [sluggish] [lovemaking] that happens on Thanksgiving. Published:11/24/2022 7:34:09 AM
[Comedy] Schulz at 100: How ‘Peanuts’ lifts those on stage, on ice and in space On the 100th anniversary of Charles M. Schulz’s birth, celebrities reflect on what the man and his beloved creation meant to them. Published:11/24/2022 1:29:32 AM
[Comedy] Cling man A [wing man] that [sticks] around when his services are no [longer] needed. Published:11/20/2022 8:38:45 AM
[Comedy] failwhale The image of a whale being carried by a number of birds that appears when the Twitter website is [overloaded] or has failed. [Failwhale] appears to now have his/her own [fanclub]. Word origin: from fail + whale (probably for rhyming purposes). Published:11/19/2022 8:57:38 AM
[Comedy] Kissing the homies goodnight It's when you kiss one of your homies [goodnight] but like it's [not gay] cause y'all are [just homies]. Published:11/18/2022 7:33:04 AM
[Comedy] nah Used when "no" is too [formal], and "nope" is too [casual]. [If it's] ever capitilized, you're using it wrong. Published:11/17/2022 5:52:03 AM
[Comedy] ticketbastard another word for [ticketmaster]. a [monopoly] that is in [the ticket] selling and distribution business. also see bastard. Published:11/16/2022 6:08:17 AM
[Comedy] ?? 1. You're hiding your pain behind a smile 2. [Representing] a sense [silliness] or goofiness 3. Used as an [ambiguous] emotion, such as joking or sarcasm Published:11/15/2022 6:25:48 AM
[Comedy] Real one Someone who is blunt, Someone that keeps it true to [whomever] they keeping around, [Being 100] , Someone who is [a solid] individual, Someone who is dedicated and loyal Published:11/14/2022 7:44:32 AM
[Comedy] walking children in nature A phrase coined by [Rupaul's Drag Race] contestant [TaMMie] Brown during Season 1's [reunion] episode. Turn off your goddamn computer and go walk children in nature. Published:11/13/2022 6:35:52 AM
[Comedy] Friendscort A completely [platonic relationship] defined by the act of accompanying another in a dangerous or awkward situation. It is a combination of the words friend and escort. It was originally used by [improv] actors in St. Louis, Missouri to indicate an intent to [traverse] Cherokee street without peril. Published:11/12/2022 6:49:09 AM
[Comedy] stealth parody A [Stealth Parody] is parody that comes across and purports itself to be the the real thing, often the proprietors of a self parody website or group will flat out deny that they are in fact a parody. Stealth Parodies are often created by people with completely opposite views that the alleged parody contains, and the parody has been created to discredit the group that holds the opposing views. Organizations such as [Conservapedia] and the [Flat Earth Society] are often. Published:11/11/2022 8:58:31 AM
[Comedy] feck 1. It was originally a slang term used in Ireland to [mean either] a) "to steal" or b) "to throw". 2. It's also used as a pretty mild swear word in Ireland. It's used a) to express that [you're pissed] off or b) to describe somebody who pissed you off. It's not related to the word 'Fuck', and doesn't have any sexual undertones, so is acceptable for polite company. 3. The characters in the sit-com [Father Ted] made the use of 'Feck' more popular outside of Ireland, most noticeably in the United Kingdom. Unlike what a lot of people think, the scriptwriters did NOT invent 'feck' to get past censors who didn't allow the word 'fuck'. In fact, 'feck' was used as a mild swear word LONG before Father Ted made it famous! Published:11/10/2022 6:48:33 AM
[Comedy] How Chadwick Boseman’s death changed ‘Wakanda Forever’ “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” was originally slated to be a clash of kings. Chadwick Boseman’s death turned it into a film about mourning and succession. Published:11/10/2022 6:48:32 AM
[Comedy] The Red wave [The Red Wave] is a term referring to [a heavy] period, where the horror, blood, pain and tears are beyond what any human should be [subjected] too. Published:11/9/2022 7:44:16 AM
[Comedy] sober birthday A sober birthday is the day that marks the end of a person’s addiction. Some individuals will use the last day that he or she used drugs to mark his or her sober birthday, or the day after the last time they used. Most of all, a [sobriety] birthday (also known as a sobriety anniversary, sober anniversary, recovery anniversary, or sobriety [milestone]) also serves as a reminder of the progress you've made, and the [new life] an addict has chosen for themselves. Published:11/8/2022 6:02:54 AM
[Comedy] bladesmith One who smithes (or "[forges]" is you're a [purist]) blades. Which, by the old ways would involve: Heating an [iron rod] to cherry red in a [forge], and hammering into whatever shape you wish your sword to be. Iron is lighter than steel, but doesn't hold an edge as long. So, many times, the bladesmith would turn [the blade] [on edge], and with a hammer and [chisel], would split the edge of the blade [in for a half] [inche] or so, and insert an edge of steel. They would then re-heat the item, and hammer the iron down onto the inserted steel, fusing them together. They would then temper the blade by heating the entire piece to cherry-red, and then [submerging] it in water, or oil. This would harden the blade. However, if left like this the sword would be to hard and brittle to use, and would break opon the first blow. So they would then re-heat the blade to a deep red, and stick it in dry ashes to cool slowly. This would partly anealIn this way, they would [aneal], or soften the metal, while not entirely removing the temper. The would then be hard enough to use in battle, but soft enough, and [springy] enough, that in wouldn't shatter on impact. They would then polish and [sharpen] the blade. In this way [the smiths] would create a sword with a steel edge, but that wieghed much less than a sword of only steel. The modern way is to: Use a [high-speed] grinder to grind a bar of steel down into the shape of the blade you wish to make, then switch to a finer grinding wheel, and finally a [buffing] wheel to polish. With a [whet] stone, you can then put an edge on it. The modern method isn't nearly as good as the old methods, though. Sword created by this method are really only good as display models. It's a shame that so many of the ancient ways have been lost. In this era, you could spend your whole life studying the art of bladesmithing, and never even come close to the skill level of an apprintice. [The blades] of old could cut through solid stone without scratching the metal. Many of them had edges that where only a few atoms in width, but were strong enough to slice through armor like paper. With the finest, you could hold the sword out in front of you, and a silk cloth dropped on it would be cut cleanly in two, of its own wieght. Smiths were held in the highest regard in the middle ages, placed in the same ranks as the priests and poets. The smith was the only craftsmen to work with all four of the basic elements (for they belived in only four at that time). He used fire in his forge, air in his bellows, to blow the fire hotter, water to [quinch] the metal, and earth, the iron he used. (iron was known as the "black metal," the metal of the earth.) There are still many people who [blacksmith] and bladesmith as a hobby. (I, am of course, one of them.) It really is a wonderful hobby to take up. Anybody can do it, it just takes a lot of work. (I'm only 15.) It's a very rewarding and interesting thing to do! Ask around, there's probably a forge near you, that you could use. (Or, you can build your own, like me.) Good luck! Published:11/7/2022 7:17:10 PM
[Comedy] hot potato a [difficult] [problem] that [nobody] wants to be associated with Published:11/6/2022 11:32:16 AM
[Comedy] a day A [shortening] of the [phrase] "[everyday]" Published:11/5/2022 7:23:53 AM
[Comedy] spoonie A spoonie is someone living with a chronic illness. It mostly refers to physical chronic illnesses, though it has been known to be a helpful term for those with chronic mental illness as well. It originates from Christine Miserandino's Spoon Theory story, in which she explains [what it's like] to live with chronic illness to a friend, and uses a handful of [spoons] to demonstrate. For example, daily activities that healthy people tend not to think about take tolls on people with chronic illness. You start the day with a certain number of spoons, and play your day around not running out. [Socializing] might cost spoons, using the stairs might cost spoons, lifting things might cost spoons, etc. Published:11/4/2022 7:37:48 AM
[Comedy] No one drew funnier dogs than this New Yorker cartoonist did For a half-century, George Booth, the legendary New Yorker cartoonist who died at 96, drew kinetic pets and dysfunctional couples with the warmest wit Published:11/4/2022 7:37:48 AM
[Comedy] Picklebro An 20 or 30-something ex-fraternity member who takes over [tennis courts], basketball courts, and children's playgrounds in order to slap a [wiffleball] back and forth with his friends who work in finance or tech. When questioned about their monopolization of public space, they'll often claim that they are playing a sport called "[pickleball]." Published:11/3/2022 8:22:07 PM
[Comedy] nutterflies the nervous feeling that arises when you want to [stroke the salami], but [fear that] someone might walk in or [come home]. Published:11/2/2022 10:27:54 PM
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