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Melissa Befierce and Saint Peter D'Vil Are The Real Fireworks

Melissa Befierce and Saint Peter D’Vil light up the party just by being there.

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Anastasia (1997)

Anastasia is a tragedy about a revolution being launched against an Imperial Family and leaving behind apparently no survivors. This film, animated by Don Bluth and Gary Goldman under Fox Animation is one of several films that toyed with the idea that Anastasia Romanov, the youngest daughter of the last Tsar of Russia, had actually survived this gruesome massacre. 379 more words

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Cover of the Week 24/6 - Rasputin #6 by Riley Rossmo

This is the fall. This is the beginning of the next arc. And this is the resurgence of Rasputin. Though there are some loose historical facts involving the plot, the mystical powers and the world travels are somewhat fictional. 220 more words

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Weekly Comic Picks 6/24/2015

I’m thrilled to be writing about comics again this week after an extended absence due to travel. As time goes on, I’ll have other folks write for me while I’m out of town during the summer, as my job requires a lot of travel this time of year. 895 more words

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Sunday's Something Else (Rautavaara)

Back to contemporary opera, this time Rautavaara’s Rasputin. Title character’s entrance aria shoots for hypnotic and then there are the beautiful lyrics about the handsome wild lands of Siberia with which he “heals” the Tsarevich. 27 more words

Thursday's Something Else

read: Rasputin no.6 (2015)

Twist time! We get a glimpse into Rasputin’s life after death, and it made me looking forward to further issues.

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