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WGN Radio Theatre #389:  The Shadow, You Bet Your Life & Dragnet

Carl Amari and  Lisa Wolf are bringing you the best from the Golden Age of Radio on the WGN Radio Theatre for May 25, 2019. First, a classic episode of the night is: “The Shadow: Can The Dead Talk?” Starring: Bill Johnstone; (03-19-39).  65 more words

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Sketch, Shading, Inking, Lettering by Cara Alexander (@WildDevices)

Editing by Maxine Rock (@LinguisticGamer)

Words and Story by Oleg Brodskiy (@Indie_Intern)

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Sketch, Shading, Inking, Lettering by Cara Alexander (@WildDevices)

Editing by Maxine Rock (@LinguisticGamer)

Words and Story by Oleg Brodskiy (@Indie_Intern)

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Anyone who ever kissed in the rain...

What’s beyond sadness? she asked me in a pure, innocent voice, almost childlike.

And all I could do was to apologize again and again, in thousand ways. 409 more words

Ellie, The Untold Story

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Sketch, Shading, Inking, Lettering by Cara Alexander (@WildDevices)

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The Shadow/Batman #3 - Review

Despite the odd bit of wonky storytelling, the ongoing exploration of the relationship between DC’s most iconic non-powered hero and the pulp giant on which his character is based continues to be an engrossing and, more often than not, entertaining read. 702 more words

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Jung - The Shadow

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Whereas the contents of the personal unconscious are acquired during the individual’s lifetime, the contents of the collective unconscious are invariably archetypes that were present from the beginning. 1,087 more words

Carl Jung