Prince Peter Collections

20 Jul 19
Comics Pit

Highlights included Chip Zdarsky proclaiming he was drunk and loved comics.

20 Jul 19
blackholeengine

How 80s Goth fanfic made me gay. I missed the day MTV switched on. In my early teens, my family moved to a village so remote there wasn’t even cable. As the grim polyester 70s exploded into the neon multicolour 80s, we swapped suburban London for a remote village in Upstate New York. My horizons […]

20 Jul 19
Culture Bandes dessinées - Figurines - Dessins Animés

Best Lettering : Todd Klein Best digital comic : Umami by Ken Niimura Best webcomic : Sophie Yanow Best Writer : Tom King Best Writer / Artist : Jen Wang Best Cover Artist : Jen Bartel Best U.S. Edition of International Material goes to Brazen: Rebel Ladies Who Rocked the World by Pénélope Bagieu U.S. […]

20 Jul 19
EYG- Embrace Your Geekness

Best Short Story “Get Naked in Barcelona,” by Steven T. Seagle and Emei Olivia Burell, in Get Naked (Image) “The Ghastlygun Tinies,” by Matt Cohen and Marc Palm, in MAD magazine #4 (DC) “Here I Am,” by Shaun Tan, in I Feel Machine (SelfMadeHero) “Life During Interesting Times,” by Mike Dawson (The Nib) “Supply Chains,” by Peter and Maria Hoey, in Coin-Op #7 […]

20 Jul 19
AiPT!

Tom King wins big, impactful speeches abound, and more at the Eisner Awards from San Diego Comic-Con.

20 Jul 19
File 770

Comic-Con International presented the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards 2019 in a ceremony held July 19. Best Short Story  “The Talk of the Saints,” by Tom King and Jason Fabok, in Swamp Thing Winter Special (DC) Best Single Issue/One-Shot Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #310, by Chip Zdarsky (Marvel) Best Continuing Series Giant Days, by […]

20 Jul 19
Become As Little Children

In almost everything we do, we have a team. At a normal day job, at a startup, even at home (hubby and I are a tag-team to care for our children!) There’s no running away from teaming with people. And teamwork is important and awesome! Here are some motivational quotes for you and your team […]

19 Jul 19
National Post

Nancy Truman: Constance has a rich, well-preserved history thanks to its location on the southwest shore of the lake bordering Switzerland

19 Jul 19
Hermit of Saint Bruno

They have no house, no room, no bed or possessions of their own, no food according to their needs, appetite and choice, no medical care and no comforts at all. If they are given a room or a bed, they must be prepared to surrender it the next day, without an assurance that it will be available again that evening.

19 Jul 19
Catholicism Pure & Simple

St John Plessington, whose feast is today, 19th July, was beatified in 1929. He is one of two Shrewsbury saints to be canonised among the 40 martyrs of England and Wales in 1970, the other being St Margaret Ward. He is also one of six of the 40 martyred after they were accused of treason in […]

19 Jul 19
Real News Reports-Start Your Day Here

Murder, succession and a 15 foot scroll of papyrus that reads like an ancient Egyptian episode of Law and Order. We get the lowdown on the judicial papyrus of Turin from National Geographic archaeolgist Fred Heibert, Egyptologists Susan Redford and Sahar Saleem. TRANSCRIPT FRED HIEBERT (ARCHAEOLOGIST): We’re at the National Geographic Museum here in Washington…

18 Jul 19
Backpacking Europe Sample Itineraries

Paris France Day 15 Sample Itinerary I use the following rating system when ranking the sights: ▲▲▲ Don’t Miss ▲▲ Try hard to see ▲ Worthwhile if you can make it A)Montmartre and ▲▲Sacre Coeur Stroll along the hilltop of Butte Montmartre amid traces of the many people who’ve lived here over the years—monks stomping grapes (1200s), farmers grinding grain in windmills (1600s), dust-coated gypsum miners (1700s), Parisian liberals (1800s), […]

18 Jul 19
RAMBLE WITH NICK

The capital of Bavaria, the third-largest city in Germany (1.45 million inhabitants), is situated on the banks of the Isar, on an extensive plateau, 519 meters. above the sea, and presents a very picturesque sight, especially from the charming walks that lead from the “Maximiliansanlagen” high above the Isar to the suburbs of Au-Haidhausen and […]

18 Jul 19
AFROINSIDER

Each year in the summer months, the doors of Buckingham Palace are opened to visitors and Queen Elizabeth puts on a special exhibition is put on in the State Rooms. The focus this year is on Queen Victoria. It explores how the ‘Feminist Queen’ transformed Buckingham Palace into the busy Royal residence it is today. […]

18 Jul 19
Daily Millennial

A Aesop: Aesop’s Fables Alcott, Louisa May: Jack and Jill. Alcott, Louisa May: Little Men Alcott, Louisa May: The Inheritance Alcott, Louisa May: An Old-Fashioned Girl Alcott, Louisa May: Little Women Alcott, Louisa May: Jo’s Boys Alex, Ben: Florence Nightingale: The Lady With The Lamp In Battle Alexander, Lloyd: The Chronicles of Prydain Aliki: Mummies […]