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In making a time capsule of the late 20th century, one would be remiss if they did not include at least an issue or two of Heavy Metal magazine. Yes, it specialized in unapologetically turning women in metal bras into sex objects. But Heavy Metal was much more than sexy sci-fi mascots drawn in lurid pulpy styles.
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Remember a love of Peanuts. Coordinate your visit with one of our events. Programming at the Museum includes a variety of activities for kids and adults of all ages.
Pop culture is now jam packed with superheroes. And while the movies are awesome, real fans go straight to the source material for even wilder stories of action adventure and cosmic calamities. However comics aren't just about men in tights saving the world there's a thriving indie scene using the medium to tell varied intricate stories through words and pictures.
If you would like to be kept up to date with all things DCCS then sign up for our newsletter here. Would you like to learn more about comics? Students will also get the chance to make their own comics with some fun, creative exercises to start them off.
S tar Trek: Picard — Countdown will be written by Mike Johnson along with Picard producer Kirsten Beyerexploring a life-changing mission for the titular captain. Both books will be set in continuity and connected to the Picard TV series, based on the bald guy from the popular internet meme, which will debut on CBS All Access next year. In the show, the man from the meme plays the captain of a space ship.
Rick and Morty is one of the most critically acclaimed shows on television, blending lowbrow humor with complex and thoughtful characterization to create a uniquely singular experience. The show was recently renewed by Adult Swim for a whopping seventy episodes over the next several years, so fans of Rick and Morty have plenty of adventures to look forward to in the realm of television. In the multimedia space, Rick and Morty has expanded to include video games, tabletop titles, and a successful comic series from Oni Press. In celebration of this landmark event, a month-long Rick and Morty exhibit has opened up at the Bottleneck Gallery in Brooklyn, New York.
We could not be more excited about this candy-colored sci-fi graphic novel that teaches kids computer coding, a little lit of algebra, and algorithmic problem solving! Everything about this book is cool. Can futuristic technomancer Debian and social media guru Digits find a way to re-program a malfunctioning year old robot?! And what is the sinister secret behind ancient robots being overclocked without their permission?!