Back in The (Sick) Day
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… on the couch and read old comics. Mug of soup and toasted-cheese sandwich optional. I've been doing a lot of this kind of reminiscing lately, what with the recent passing of Murphy Anderson, the visual architect of DC's Silver Age… and now George …

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Comedy Impact Report 2015
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IMPACT: For arguably the most important comedy auteur of the past decade, Apatow's typically prolific output had taken on a more leisurely pace over the past few years. But with no little help from the Midas-fingered Amy Schumer, the past summer's …

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The Passion of Asian Hulk: A Generation of Keyboard Warriors Assumes Power and …
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Details aren't forthcoming yet, but the man who's long held the Hulk as his secret identity, middle-aged white dude scientist Bruce Banner, is going to somehow transfer this power to his former sidekick, Korean-American teenager Amadeus Cho. I'm …

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In Images: The Bronze Age Burial of a Cultic Priestess
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An iconic Bronze Age burial from Egtved, Denmark is yielding some surprises. The burial contained the remains of a teenage girl who had died about 3,400 years ago. Now, a new analysis of her hair and nails suggests that the girl may have actually come …

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Marble Caves and Neolithic Stones Shine in UK Photo Contest
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On a cold, drizzly afternoon, Brent Bouwsema drove with his wife and two children to photograph some of the oldest stones in the British Isles. Geologists think the Callanish Stones, which are made of an ancient type of rock called Lewisian gneiss …

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GOP fumes: That's not science!
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Abstract: The study has the potential to transform fire-history science into an interdisciplinary field worldwide. 7. Ridiculed: Study of Bronze Age on Cyprus. Abstract: Will shed new light on understanding the effects of cities on ever-expanding …

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Stolen Dennis the Menace statue headed home to Monterey
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A bronze Dennis the Menace statue stolen in 2006 from a park in Monterey has turned up in Florida, a fact that shouldn't be all that surprising considering the cherubic yet mischievous cartoon character is near retirement age. The 3½-foot, 200-pound …

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Cities To See Before They Sink Beneath The Sea
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New research that says the world hasn't experienced anything like this since at least before 4,000 BC, before the dawn of the Bronze Age. The world's estimated population then was less than the number of people who live in San Francisco's Bay Area today.

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