Image Comics’ January 2019 Solicitations

Image Comics has released solicitation information and images for new books and products shipping in January 2019. When you’re through checking out these solicitations for new Image releases, be sure to visit CBR’s Image Comics forum to discuss these titles and products with fellow readers and fans. Image Comics Solicitations – Last Six Months Product shipping December 2018 Product shipping October 2018 Product shipping September 2018 Product shipping August 2018…

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Finding Work in Thailand

For many people, Thailand is just a country to go on vacation. For others, however, it is a place to live as an expat and find work. If you are the latter, you are in luck: Thailand is one of the most friendly and welcoming countries when it comes to foreigners looking for work. Most of the jobs exist in teaching English as a foreign language, but many opportunities exist…

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Travel News: October 10, 2018

American Airlines reduces options for travelers with delayed, canceled flights USA Today American Airlines has reduced options for travelers whose flights are delayed or canceled. Under a new policy, passengers without status in the airline’s frequent-flyer program will not be rebooked on other airlines except in special circumstances.   Europe’s First Underwater Restaurant Now Taking Reservations Travel Pulse Norwegian restaurant Under will be Europe’s first underwater eatery and those clamoring for a…

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5 Places to Visit in Kanker

Kanker is a pristine district situated by the river Doodh and surrounded by dense jungles and extraordinary tribal cultures. It is more of a heritage jewel famed for its unique traditions and a rich tribal history. There are exotic craftworks and artistic handicrafts which are essentially a part of this place’s unique talented artisans. Kanker also has profuse sites to discover and has a blend of various natural attractions as…

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How We Visited 8 New Countries in 2 Years – While Also Paying Off 58k in Student Debt

Recently, a reader contacted me and told me about how her and her husband paid off around $58,000 of student loan debt in 2 years, all while traveling. Below is their story. Enjoy! I always knew I wanted to travel. Ever since I was a little girl watching enviously as my older sister went abroad for the first time, I knew traveling was going to be in my future. However,…

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Azusa unveil video for title track from debut album, Heavy Yoke: Watch

Azusa — a new band featuring members of The Dillinger Escape Plan, Extol and Sea + Air — are set to release their debut album, Heavy Yoke, on November 16th, and they’ve teamed up with Heavy Consequence to premiere the video for disc’s the title track (watch below). The band is made up of Eleni Zafiriadou (Sea + Air) on vocals, Liam Wilson (The Dillinger Escape Plan) on bass, Christer Espevoll…

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Staying Sober Is Considered In-Flight Etiquette, Study Reveals

Pixabay If your flight has a complimentary drinks service, it’s all too easy to get carried away with the booze, but unfortunately, a study has revealed staying sober is considered an essential rule of in-flight etiquette.  A study by TravelSupermarket asked 2,000 frequent flyers about the unspoken rules on aeroplanes, coming up with a whole list of things that are expected of passengers. There’s always something bound to irritate you…

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Twitter suspends bots pushing pro-Saudi misinformation on Khashoggi

Twitter has been cracking down on bots attempting to spread misinformation about missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. But only after getting called out over it Josh Russell, an Indiana-based IT professional, compiled a list of the bots and shared it with NBC News. When Twitter was presented with information, it suspended the accounts. According to Russell’s spreadsheet, hundreds of the bots were tweeting the same pro-Saudi Arabia message at the same time. While…

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The Graphite Hallucinations of Gray Foy

Gray Foy, “Untitled (Morphing Figures Inside a Tree-Trunk Structure)” (ca. 1945) (image courtesy Francis M. Naumann Fine Art, New York) Clement Greenberg, then the critic for The Nation, dismissed Pavel Tchelitchew’s 1942 retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, with this salvo: “[his] latest oils with their shrill saccharine color and gelatinous symbolism set a new high in vulgarity.” Among the works that raised Greenberg’s hackles was the…

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