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Superstars of Comics and Popular Arts Headline Impressive List of Guests for WonderCon

WonderCon, one of the country’s most popular and well-attended comic book conventions, boasts an impressive guest list for the annual event being held in San Francisco on Friday through Sunday April 2-4, 2010. WonderCon is produced by the same organization that produces the world-renowned Comic-Con International in San Diego.

Guests at WonderCon will take part in programs and panel discussions that spotlight their career and contributions to the comic book and popular arts industries. Many will also be available for autographing sessions. Those scheduled to appear include:

Murphy Anderson: One of comics’ most respected inkers, Anderson is also known for his stunning pencils on Hawkman, Adam Strange, and Atomic Knights. Anderson’s long career in comics — dating back to the Golden Age — includes the Buck Rogers syndicated comic strip and a long stint producing Ps, the Preventive Maintenance magazine for the U.S. Army.

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Beany And Cecil: Volume Two—The DVD Review

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I grew up watching Bob Clampett’s Beany And Cecil in reruns, and immediately fell in love with everyone’s favorite seasick sea serpent, his lil’ beanie-wearing buddy, Beany’s squinty-eyed, bearded Captain Uncle and that most dastardly of villains, Dishonest John. After checking some websites, I discovered that only one (yes, One!) DVD of the 1960s animated series has been released on DVD—and that was back in 2000! So another collection of Clampett’s beloved cartoon was loooong overdue, and Hen’s Tooth Video has met that demand with Bob Clampett’S Beany And Cecil: The Special Edition: Volume Two. The one-disc DVD only includes 11 episodes (which run around six minutes each, give or take), but there’s a Ton of bonus features to go over, so let’s get started. I’m coming, Beany boy!

For those of you unfamiliar with the cartoon and its origins, Beany
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