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DC Comics Presents #14

  • What was the strangest showdown of all in 1979 went on to become DC’s publishing plan for the aughts.
  • The Metropolis Court House is the size of the UN.
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DC Comics Presents

DC Comics Presents #12

  • Ross Andru cover… Staton interiors? No! Rich Buckler interiors (with Giordano on inks–Giordano did cover inks too). Plus–Steve Englehart script, no Bates.
  • Mister Miracle is a dick who wants to be more famous than Superman because he’s a god and Superman isn’t.
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DC Comics Presents

A new Metropolis score premieres at the Royal Albert Hall

An all-new score to accompany Fritz Lang’s Metropolis is one of the highlights of the Royal Albert Hall’s Festival of Film, coming later this year. 154 more words

News

Hello World

Hello World! It’s 4:04 am here in Nigeria and I just feel like writing something. I know what you’re thinking, ‘Are you not meant to be fast asleep to get up early for work tomorrow?’ But hey, guess what? 246 more words

Writing

Goodbye Consumerism

For the past 5 years, many Singaporeans had a taste of what full consumerism was like in an area closely related to their daily lives. 603 more words

Live Life Love

Swing House: A Three-Story Swing Suspended from the Ceiling of a Gutted Cincinnati Home by Mark deJong - Colossal

From the outside, artist Mark deJong’s contemporary installation, Swing House, doesn’t particularly stand out from the other residences lining the street of Cincinnati’s Camp Washington neighborhood.   157 more words

Culture

Take a First Look at David Chipperfield’s Refined Refurb of London’s Royal Academy of Arts

Originally published on Metropolismag.com.

The revamped cultural institution “gives oxygen” to the RA’s existing Victorian-era campus, says the architect.

Fresh from completing the Neues Museum in Berlin, Chipperfield has, since 2008, been refurbishing and modernizing 6 Burlington Gardens, the somewhat crusty, unloved sibling behind the RA’s Burlington House, it’s home for 150 years. 60 more words