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Jolly good fellows

Sydney Symphony Orchestra has just announced the fifteen young musicians who make up this year’s Fellowship. Over the next twelve months violinists Gemma Lee and Bridget O’Donnell, violists Martin Alexander and Joseph Cohen, cellists Nils Hobiger and Ruben Palma, bassist Alanna Jones, flutist Kim Falconer, oboist Joshua Oates, clarinettist David McGregor, bassoonist Christopher Haycroft, French horn player Alice Yang, trumpeter… 428 more words

Arts

Iron Fist #1 Packs a Mean Punch This March – a First Look!

This March, prepare for a hard-hitting, fist-flying, high-octane epic as Danny Rand faces a gauntlet of deadly kung-fu masters in the all-new Iron Fist #1… 229 more words

Comics

The re-birth of new opera

A few days ago I tweeted that 10 years ago I argued with skeptic colleagues — as I pursued my own experiments — that interdisciplinary musical works were going to become mainstream. 212 more words

NEW MARVEL COMIC UNITES TWO GENERATIONS OF HEROES

Marvel revealed a mysterious new comic book called Generations at the ComicsPro retailer meeting today. The series will apparently unite Marvel’s classic heroes and their younger replacements in one massive conflict. 269 more words

News

Graphic Mythology: Wonder Woman Revisited

It has been over six months since I have discussed this character from comics/graphic novels, and I have had sufficient time to reflect on comments made by my readers back then. 632 more words

Blog

Comic Artist Appreciation Column

By Carter Glace, Staff Writer

February 6 marks the anniversary of comic artist Jack Kirby’s death. The Marvel Comics creator left a legacy that will probably remain unchallenged as long as comic books are printed, having helped define the designs of Captain America, Fantastic Four, Hulk, X-Men, Black Panther, and several other Marvel and DC characters. 816 more words

Columns

#1209: The Flash

THE FLASH

JUSTICE (DC DIRECT)

A quick glance around the internet tells me that this may be a slightly controversial opinion, but I really love the work of Alex Ross.  787 more words

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