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Copra topped the list of the Best Comics of 2013 here at Tuesday Night Movies.  Copra is making its return in April with #13. Shortly after 9 PM last night, Copra creator Michel Fiffe began offering subscriptions to Copra #13-18. He’s only offering 100 subscriptions. As of this writing, only 18 hours after he began offering them, only 25 subscriptions remain. This comic rocks. Trust me, you should subscribe to Copra.  And you should do it now. Details...

Comics Podcast #9

Welcome to the 9th episode of the Tuesday Night Comics podcast. In this episode, Billy and Dave preview new comics coming out the week of Wednesday, March 5, 2014 and review comics from the previous week. Reviewed comics include Hawkeye #15, The Walking Dead #122, Fantastic Four #1 and Batman/Superman #8, among others. The guys also discuss DC’s recent announcement for their 3D covered, 5 years in the future happening comics in September, and their thoughts on variant covers in general.   http://ia601407.us.archive.org/28/items/TuesdayNightComicsEpisode9/Tuesday%20Night%20Comics%20Episode%209.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

Oscars Pool Cheat Sheet 2014 Mar02

Oscars Pool Cheat Sheet 2014...

Need help filling out your Oscars pool ballot? Tuesday Night Movies has you covered! Supporting Actress: Lupita Nyong’o from 12 Years a Slave pulls a win over Jennifer Lawrence. Supporting Actor: I feel like Jared Leto has a lock on this one. Actor: See what I wrote about Leto for Supporting Actor, but replace his name with Matthew McConoughey. Actress: Oscars 101: Never bet against Meryl Streep. Except this year. Bet against Meryl Streep. August: Osage County has been panned, and everyone seems to adore Cate Blanchett in Blue Jasmine. Cate Blanchett with the win as the David to Streep’s Goliath. Adapted Screenplay: 12 Years A Slave, though I’d personally like to see Philomena take it. Original Screenplay: Her. This seems to be as much a lock as the male acting categories. Director: Cross out all choices except for Cuaron and McQueen. Now flip a coin. Or go with Cuaron. I’m going with Cuaron. Best Picture: Again, I think it’s Gravity vs 12 Years a Slave. While I think Cuaron will beat out McQueen in the directing category, I think 12 Years a Slave will take home Best Picture. As long as American Hustle doesn’t win, I’m happy. Cinematography: Emmanuel Lubezski – Gravity Editing: This is another one that I think will come down to either 12 Years a Slave or Gravity. Like Director, I think this one will fall to Gravity’s side. Score: Gravity Song: I LOVE Pharrell’s Happy, but Let it Go from Frozen is a juggernaught that can’t be stopped. Let it Go – Frozen. Foreign Language Film: The Great Beauty – Italy. Documentary Feature: 20 Feet from Stardom Animated Feature: Frozen with a lock. Documentary Short: The Lady in Number 6 Live Action Short: Just Before Losing Everything Animated Short: Get a Horse! – More like get a broom; Disney sweeps animation this year. Make-Up: Dallas Buyer’s...