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Paul Pope is probably my favorite comic book illustrator. I have been a fan ever since he began his self-published series THB way back in the late 90's. Since then he has done two graphic novels for DC boutique label, Vertigo, as well as a Batman series called Batman Year 100. The new graphic novel, Battling Boy, should be out any time now.
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I also will say that the fact the video game industry banks on violent games and games with simulated warfare as their top sellers is a big problem. The question is why is there a large market for these kinds of video games. The game designer Will Wright will be unveiling his new game, Spore, in the next month or so. Wright's game such as Sim City and The Sims have been smash hits without resorting to simulated violence. So there is a market for non-violent games. Is the popularity of violence in video games a symptom of the culture? I don't know if I truly believe in what they say that it is the other way around. But when I hear a story like this it gets me thinking once again.
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Portishead was probably one of my favorite bands during the late 90's. They recently came out with a new album called Third. I think it has been something like a decade since their last one. The album is quite good, but I would have to say that it does not sound entirely like the old Portishead stuff.
Recently on YouTube, the band released a 31-minute video of a live performance. All the songs are from the new album. Too bad they do not allow embedding of the video. But head over here to see the entire performance.
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