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  • Legendary comedian and frequent Tonight Show guest, David Brenner, dies at 78.
  • Comic legend Sid Caesar dies at 91
  • Iconic child actor, Shirley Temple, is dead at 85.
  • Russell Johnson, the "Professor" on Gilligan's Island, has died at age 89.
  • Doctor Who 50th prequel minisode will please Classic Who fans
  • Legendary musician Lou Reed (The Velvet Underground) has died at 71
  • Actress Marcia Wallace (The Bob Newhart Show, The Simpsons) dead at 70
  • Lost 2nd Doctor episodes found in Nigeria
  • aaaaannnd the 12th Doctor Who is....
  • Famed TV and sci-fi horror writer Richard Matheson dead at 87
  • Enter the Dragon Star Jim Kelly Dead
  • Matt Smith Leaves Doctor Who; BBC confirms rumours.
  • Dr. Joyce Brothers, famed TV psychologist, dead at 85
  • Ray Harryhausen, special-effects legend, dies at 92
  • Slayer Guitarist Jeff Hanneman Dead at 49
  • Legendary comedian Jonathan Winters, dead at 87.
  • 'Leave It to Beaver' actor Frank Banks dies
  • Columns/Reviews/Features

    Royal Space Force: The Wings of Honneamise
    Posted April 7, 2014 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    Have you ever thought that you just didnít measure up in life? Such is the outlook of young underachiever, Shirotsugh Lhadatt, who watches a plane flying while musing over the fa.....

    The Mighty Peking Man
    Posted March 29, 2014 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    In the classic tale of why large creatures should remain in their natural habitat, Shaw Brothers takes on the kaiju genre with satisfying results.A young anthropologist n.....

    MegaCon 2014: Full On Review
    Posted March 24, 2014 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    Ok I risked life and limb and lost a very dear member of my family to give you the dedicated reader a firsthand look at Megacon 2014. By the way, Iím kidding about losing a famil.....

    Tatsumi
    Posted March 16, 2014 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    There are numerous worlds waiting to be drawn and fleshed out by creative minds that evoke poetry through images that have depth and soul. One such creative mind is the manga art.....

    The Wind Rises
    Posted March 9, 2014 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    Hayao Miyazaki had finally called it quits and decided to retired after creating his last mega opus, The Wind Rises.Nominated for an Academy Award, The Wind Rises tells t.....

    No Blues for Los Campesinos!
    Posted March 3, 2014 by Vinnie Blesi | Music Mathers
    Quirky noisy Los Campesinos! release their fourth cd, "No Blues" with their opening shot over the bellows (for you English majors I am using bellows), "You say you are an old cass.....

    House of Forbidden Secrets: Tampa Premiere
    Posted February 25, 2014 by Jason Fetters | The Castle of Dr. Fetterstein
    I first met Todd Sheets back when I was in middle school at Antioch in Gladstone, MO, a suburb of Kansas City. A good friend of mine and great artist, Daran Holt, introduced us a.....

    Going Awolnation
    Posted February 23, 2014 by Vinnie Blesi | Music Mathers
    I am convinced that when "The Pompous Fire", aka "The Reklectors", released their most recent cd they got confused and thought they were the band Awolnation.Awolnation's debut .....

    Review of Bruce Lee: The Legacy Collection
    Posted February 22, 2014 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    Growing up in 1970ís America, you couldnít help but be influenced by Bruce Lee and Sonny Chiba movie. As a kid, I had my foam rubber nunchakus and would run around the house imit.....

    Outbreak Company: Episode One
    Posted February 11, 2014 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    What would you do if someone offered you a dream job that was a perfect fit? Such is the scenario of Outbreak Company, a clever anime series that aired from October 3rd to Decemb.....

    Chvrches with a V
    Posted February 5, 2014 by Vinnie Blesi | Music Mathers
    In the last two years there has been an explosion of bands from Scotland, including "We were Promised Jetpacks", "Frightened Rabbit" and "The Twilight Sad". All these bands s.....

    Gatchaman
    Posted February 2, 2014 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    The single biggest influence on my generation, those born around 1970, was Star Wars. Sure, I grew up watching Star Trek on syndication and I have always felt that Star Trek was .....

    I Will Scratch Your Back
    Posted January 28, 2014 by Vinnie Blesi | Music Mathers
    In 2010, Peter Gabriel released a cd of covers with orchestral arrangements. Other than "Book of Love" I found that release lacking. The concept was brilliant. He envisioned that t.....

    Project A
    Posted January 19, 2014 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    With the annual Gasparilla Pirate Festival coming up soon in Tampa, the time is right to take a look at the most influential box office star in Hong Kong during the 80ís, Jackie .....

    Book Review of The Cape and Other Stories from the Japanese Ghetto by Kenji Nakagami
    Posted January 12, 2014 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    Kenji Nakagami takes the reader on a journey that few foreigners get a chance to experience and that is a look at Burakumin. In Japan, the Burakumin are the social outcasts that .....

    Sushi: The Global Catch
    Posted January 7, 2014 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    I have been taking family vacations to the beach for all my life. The place we love to go is on Madeira Beach, near Johnís Pass. I like driving up and down Gulf Blvd to check out.....

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