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As inventive and as fast a comic mind as has ever been.
His explosive arrival on the national scene in the late 1970’s, coming so quickly behind the advent of Saturday Night Live and SCTV, helped drive improvisation-based comedy to the forefront of America’s humor landscape. Never one to hide away his use of recreational chemicals [...]
Warner will officially announce this, and set a street date, during a panel at this month’s Comic Con in San Diego. But for now, just bask in the glow of that old Zenith in the corner. Batman: The Series is coming to home video in November.
The Day The Music Died, Again: Radio Legend Casey Kasem Passes Away at Age 82 & Cadillac Jack Reflects on What We’ve Lost
“Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars…”
Since Fathers Day I’m sure you registered, either as a barely noticeable blip on your personal radar, an earth-shaking End of an Era (as it was for me) or somewhere in between, that Casey Kasem passed away on Sunday June 15. If you didn’t, [...]
He was a legendary voice-over artist, radio DJ, TV host and the “King of the countdown” – having co-created the American Top 40 concept and radio show which debuted on the July 4th weekend of of 1970. He is Casey Kasem, who died today, Fathers’ Day June 15, 2014, after a long battle with a [...]
popGeezer.com’s Post #1000: What A Long, Strange Trip It’s Been / The Monkees – It Only Took 26 Years To Complete The Set!
In 2008, about five years ago, somehow I decided to start a website about my obsession with TV, movies, comics, DVD’s, and the then-nascent world of interactive digital entertainment. My perspective would be from that of an aging late-period baby boomer who was still far too obsessed with this crap for a man of his [...]« Previous Entries