Mostly non-comics stuff from the blogger behind Comics Riot.
Betty Boop: Minnie The Moocher (1932)
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Joan Blondell in a publicity photo for The Perfect Specimen (1937)
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Sorry for the hiatus! TMC has been busy with other projects, but we’re back by popular demand with all the bad puns and hot guns of the young ‘uns. Speaking of guns, nubile Neil deGrasse Tyson’s are out of this world!
Thanks for the tip, Guest Cougar Shannon!
Tonight seems like a good time to revisit this hotness.
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All hail the homeland…
I’m pretty sure there was a decade or so in there when Americans thought Transylvania was a fictional country.
Original trans pride flag.
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I’ve gotta say, though, I’m surprised we haven’t heard more people speaking out against Dallas Buyers Club. You’d think given the way the film takes the story of a real-life gay/bisexual man (he was partnered with both men and women in his lifetime, all his friends knew him as either gay or bisexual) and turned him into an incredibly homophobic straight man in the film…
I’m just surprised trans women have kinda been left alone in our anger here. There’s a lot of people who should be mad about this “based on a true story” piece of fiction.
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The Blood Splattered Bride (Vicente Aranda, 1972)
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