Jan 26

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Todd McFarlane Talks New Series Savior, Spawn, and the Spawn Movie
It's different being both a writer and an artist. As an artist you need your confined space. As a writer you can … For some of you young kids [laughs], Paul actually did a book for me years ago called Spawn: The Undead. Back then I brought on a …
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Nine Questions
He's contributing artwork to the next Charlie's Comic Books charity auction benefiting Youth on Their Own on Saturday, Feb. 7. The downtown resident is also currently working on a group of new figurative and abstract paintings that he hopes to show at …
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Artist paints history of comic books on ceiling
Artist paints history of comic books on ceiling. Artist Ken Farnsworth talks about his painting on the ceiling of a Catonsville comic book store that portrays the history of comic books. The work is modeled after Michaelangelo's "The Sistine Chapel …
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Jan 21

The Walking Dead – TOP 5 WORST CHANGES FROM COMICS TO SHOW

In this video Roman goes over his Top 5 picks for Worst Changes from The Walking Dead’s comic book series to the television series. These are, of course, jus…
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Jan 19

New Research Report on Partnering Terms in Antibiotics and Agreements of Antibiotics


Albany, NewYork (PRWEB) January 16, 2015

The report gathers and analyzes information about the numerous antibiotics partnering deals signed by some of the worlds major health-care companies.

The report also makes available copies of more than 150 antibiotics partnering agreements signed by some of the worlds major companies. These agreements are available for viewing in their original form, as submitted to the Securities Exchange Commission by the participant companies themselves. This offers valuable answers to many of the prominent questions about antibiotics partnering agreements. These agreements offer insight into the level of cooperation between the two participant companies, the duration of the deal, the payment triggers and clauses, the division of labor, etc. It also offers answers to other formalities in antibiotics partnering, such as what happens to the agreement if one or both companies undergo a change of administration and under what particular jurisdiction the agreement is to be conducted.

Request a sample of this report at: http://www.researchmoz.com/enquiry.php?type=sample&repid=167594

The report thus analyzes the minutiae of the process of forming antibiotics partnering deals, and also explains the reasoning of different companies to share a platform for developments in the field of antibiotics.

The report analyzes various trends in the field of antibiotics partnering agreements, providing an overview of the development of antibiotics partnering agreements over the years. Major pharmacy and bio tech companies active in antibiotics partnering are profiled to provide a clearer understanding of the sector. Major antibiotics partnerships in bio pharma and biotech are analyzed and the companies are profiled.

The type of antibiotic is one of many criteria used to dissect antibiotics partnering agreements. The type of deal, the nature of the disease in which the antibiotic in question cures, and the antibiotics technology are some other criteria used to classify antibiotics partnering agreements. These three criteria are also used to sort the links to copies of actual antibiotics partnering agreements, for easier use.

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The report uses 41 figures to illustrate key data about the field of antibiotics partnering agreements. This includes the top 50 deals in big pharma and biotech sectors in every year from 2009 to 2014, as well as various classifications of those deals.

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Jan 17

Allied Market Research adds a report titled Global Data Centre Cooling Market (Solutions, Verticals, User Type, Geography) – Size, Share and Forecast, 2013 – 2020


(PRWEB UK) 15 January 2015

According to a new report by Allied Market Research titled Global Data Centre cooling Market (Solutions, Verticals, User Type, Geography) – Size, Share and Forecast, 2013 2020, the data centre cooling system market, which is an integral part of HVAC systems at data centre locations, would witness an impressive growth rate. As per research, temperature controls and air conditioning at data centre sites together consume about 50% of the overall power in a data centre. The need to optimize overall infrastructure budgets of companies is driving the need for an efficient data centre cooling.

To view the report, visit the website at http://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/data-center-cooling-market

The market growth is primarily driven by factors such as the need to increase efficiency of the data centre, rising volume of digital data and technological advancements. However, frequent power shortages in developing countries are a serious restraint in the functioning of a data centre and its cooling systems. The advent of cooling solutions compatible with conventional data centres presents opportunity for the data centre cooling market to grow.

The increasing demand for cloud based storage and colocation service users have contributed to a larger revenue share of the global data centre cooling market. Among the data centre cooling solutions, chillers and air conditioners contribute to a larger share of market size by value in the current scenario. The Asia-Pacific region is experiencing rapid growth, which would give competition to the North American market in the coming years.

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Jan 14

Animator Tomm Moore lives the dream with a 'Song' in his heart

Animator Tomm Moore lives the dream with a 'Song' in his heart
"I wanted to be a hand-drawn animator or a comic book artist, but when 'Toy Story' came out, I was like, 'OK this changes everything,'" Moore said. "I felt that, since CG came in, 2-D had to redefine itself, like when photography came in and painting …
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Video: Golden Globes – Tina Fey and Amy Poehler mock George Clooney and
No one was safe at the 2015 Golden Globes as hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler mocked most of Hollywood during the award ceremony. On their hit list was George Clooney, Bill Cosby and The Interview.
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Jan 12

Spare Times for Children for Dec. 12-18

Spare Times for Children for Dec. 12-18
Puss and the other characters are incarnated in oversize, bunraku-style puppets from the Blind Summit Theater in London, which is producing this English-language revival, along with El Museo del Barrio and Works & Process at the Guggenheim Museum …
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The new film about painter J.M.W. Turner, starring Timothy Spall, has earned
Spall has an O-level in art — the only exam, he says, he ever passed — and together they made about 300 practice images: drawing from nudes, still life, rapid sketches, works in ink, watercolour and oils. Wright also bought a stuffed rabbit for Spall …
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Jan 10

The best comic books of 2014: 'Avengers,' 'Lumberjanes,' 'The Wicked and the

The best comic books of 2014: 'Avengers,' 'Lumberjanes,' 'The Wicked and the
X-Men: Legacy is something special. A superhero story that rejects the basic principles behind most superhero stories, Legacy fights against the reactionary behaviors and pugilistic spirit of traditional cape comics while painting a compelling portrait …
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Society: Snow at the Garden Court for the holiday tea
All students created art that portrayed elements of water. Subjects included paintings of water lilies (referencing Monet's paintings); figure drawing and painting with nudes reflected in water; comic-book water worlds done as collaborative comics …
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From ink to film: 14 books scheduled to become movies in 2015
Mortdecai (January 23) – Based on a series of comic thrillers from the 1970s, “Art dealer Charles Mortdecai searches for a stolen painting that's reportedly linked to a lost bank account filled with Nazi gold.” (IMDB) Stars Johnny Depp, Gwyneth Paltrow …
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Jan 07

New Kwanzaa Gift for the Superhero Fan: Legend of the Mantamaji Graphic Novel Series


Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) December 22, 2014

As a part of the week-long holiday of Kwanzaa, which celebrates African American culture, TV director Eric Dean Seaton is offering his latest creation — the Legend of the Mantamaji graphic novel series — at a discounted rate. Superhero fans can give Legend of the Mantamaji as a part of their Kwanzaa celebration for 30 percent off the list price of one book set when they purchase two sets at LegendoftheMantamaji.com. At a time when fans are actively calling on media companies to make their comic books and superhero movies more inclusive, Seaton has created a graphic novel series that doesn’t simply switch characters’ race and gender, Legend of the Mantamaji fills the void for both characters of color and strong female characters, creating new heroes with their own rich history.

The Legend of the Mantamaji series tells the story of an egocentric Assistant District Attorney, Elijah Alexander, who finds out he’s not quite human, but the last of an ancient race of powerful warriors sworn to protect humanity. Sydney Spencer, a whip smart detective, is ahead of the curve in realizing something is not quite right with a new gang working in the shadows of New York City. She works to convince Alexander not only that the gang exists but that they are a massive threat to the city. Secrets, action and a resurrected ancient evil dominate the scenes in the three-book series.

Seaton, a two-time NAACP Image Award nominee, and his graphic novel creation is an example of putting the seven principles of Kwanzaa — Unity, Self-Determination, Collective Work and Responsibility, Cooperative Economics, Purpose, Creativity and Faith — to work.

“Kwanzaa is a time to reflect on the accomplishments of African Americans and support positive images of African Americans in the media,” Seaton said. “I created my company “And…Action! Entertainment” to help promote those positive images. Legend of the Mantamaji is not just a life-long dream, it’s a projection of the personal responsibility I feel to make sure that we see ourselves reflected in science-fiction and fantasy. Black people can be superheroes, we can save the day. The story and characters are rooted in ancient Africa with 3,000 years of backstory while at the same time being very modern. It is the kind of story I wanted to see when I was a kid devouring comic books every week.”

Legend of the Mantamaji is on sale now through January 1, 2015. When visitors to the Legend of the Mantamaji website buy one complete series, their second series purchase is 30 percent off.

Legend of the Mantamaji Books One and Two are also available at Barnes and Noble bookstores, Amazon.com, ComiXology, iTunes, Kobo and more. Book Three is not available for release outside of the Legend of the Mantamaji website until February 11, 2015.

Praise for Legend of the Mantamaji:

“Standouts include female characters who are smart, strong warriors equal to the male characters in the book with no a**-to-the-camera poses, great pen work by Brandon Palas, coloring by Andrew Dalhouse of Boom!, D.C. and Marvel, and lettering by Eisner-nominated artist Deron Bennett.” –Buzzfeed Community

“Fans who bemoan the ‘big two’ for a lack of vision, or effort, to create bold new characters and franchises, should learn that innovation can often be found elsewhere. ‘LEGEND OF THE MANTAMAJI’ has all of the excitement, imagination and suspense to be a TV or film series on its own, but instead it is here as a comic to be enjoyed by the masses who crave them. ‘LEGEND OF THE MANTAMAJI’ volume one is a must read for those who crave all of the spectacle and action of superhero comics, yet want a comic which offers creative new ideas and a progressive storyline with real weight behind it,” Alex Widen, Brooklyn Comic Book Examiner

ABOUT ERIC DEAN SEATON:

As an episodic director, ERIC DEAN SEATON has helmed 38 different shows, 195 television episodes, 18 music videos and two pilots for Nickelodeon, as well as two pilots for Disney XD. He has also directed episodes of the NBC/Warner Bros. comedy Undateable, BETs Lets Stay Together and Reed Between the Lines. He is a Cleveland, Ohio native and attended The Ohio State University. Eric, his wife, son and daughter live in California. LEGEND OF THE MANTAMAJI is his first graphic novel series.

FOR Media Interviews | Book Review Requests | Digital Marketing contact: Terreece M. Clarke, (614) 467-0361 | Press(at)LegendoftheMantamaji(dot)com or TClarke(at)LifeSliceMedia(dot)com | LegendoftheMantamaji.com







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Dec 31

Notable Opinion Art of 2014

Notable Opinion Art of 2014
As art directors for the section, we commission original illustration, animation and comics — about 1,400 images per year— from a diverse pool of leading international illustrators and fine artists. Choosing these 20 wasn't easy. Each image is the …
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Madame Allsorts "Wintour Wonderland" Illustration Features Anna Wintour, Cara
Usually when I picture Anna Wintour, she's hiding behind oversized sunglasses while sitting FROW at a major fashion show, not holding court in a sleigh while dressed like Santa. But that's exactly the image that designer Madame Allsorts conjures in …
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