Let’s celebrate glorious uniqueness with Snoopy Presents: One-of-a-Kind Marcie

(courtesy IMDb 9c) AppleTV+) SNAPSHOTOne-of-a-Kind Marcie follows Marcie, an introvert who loves her solitude but also enjoys helping her friends. As they train for the school golf championship, Marcie assists Peppermint Patty as her caddie, offering thoughtful and deliberate advice to help her win. Meanwhile, after coming up with brilliant Continue Reading

Existence is absurd: Trailer and poster arrive for the fabulous weirdness of Strange Planet

(courtesy IMP Awards) SNAPSHOTWhat happens when you mush the everyday and the extraordinary to the most absurd level? Based on The New York Times No. 1 bestselling graphic novel and social media phenomenon of the same name, Strange Planet is an hilarious and perceptive look at a distant world not Continue Reading

Higher. Further. Faster. Together. The Marvels has a new trailer and poster

(courtesy IMP Awards) SNAPSHOTCarol Danvers (Brie Larson) aka Captain Marvel has reclaimed her identity from the tyrannical Kree and taken revenge on the Supreme Intelligence. But unintended consequences see Carol shouldering the burden of a destabilized universe. When she discovers an anomalous wormhole linked to a Kree revolutionary, her powers Continue Reading

Comics review: Star Trek – Discovery – Adventures in the 32nd Century by Mike Johnson, Angel Fernandez and JD Mettler

(courtesy IDW Publishing) SNAPSHOTExplore the far future of Star Trek in these adventures set after the U.S.S. Discovery’s jump forward in time at the end of Season Two! Uncover new stories of four fan-favorite characters! First up, Grudge—who is very much a queen and NOT a cat—works tirelessly to keep Continue Reading

Graphic novel review: Star Trek – Lower Decks #1 by Ryan North and Chris Fenoglio

(courtesy IDW Publishing) SNAPSHOTEnsign, report to the bridge! Board the U.S.S. Cerritos for a mission to the enigmatic Qvanti system as the hit Paramount+ animated series comes to comics! Captain Carol Freeman leads her crew on an expedition aimed to build bridges and advance Federation technology, but she and the Continue Reading

Book review: Charles M. Schulz – The Art and Life of the Peanuts Creator in 100 Objects by Benjamin L. Clark, Nat Gertler and the Charles M. Schulz Museum

(courtesy Simon & Schuster) When you have loved Peanuts as long as this review has, it’s all too easy to assume you know everything about the comic strip and its creator, the legendarily talented Charles M. Schulz. But even though I started buying secondhand copies for twenty and thirty cents Continue Reading