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New Comics Wednesday

So maybe I should start reviewing the comics I buy every Wednesday.  But I don't get all my new comics on Wednesday -- I get some on Saturday, and some once the month in the mail.  For instance, I only bought one new comic today, and I couldn't review it anyway, because I haven't read it yet.  So I need to rethink this plan...

If you are curious, the one comic I bought today was Wildsiderz #2

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steve_tales
Nov. 4th, 2005 01:04 am (UTC)
Arquette in 3D!
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CTV enters a new dimension as Medium goes 3-D
CTV.ca News Staff

Updated: Thu. Nov. 3 2005 10:25 AM ET

She sees what others can't, but now viewers can too. CTV takes viewers to a whole new dimension when a special 3-D enhanced episode of the Emmy Award winning series Medium airs Monday, November 21 at 9 p.m. ET (check local listings) on CTV. One million free 3-D glasses will be distributed nationally in the days before the broadcast. The supernatural specs will be made available through a street-level campaign that will hit high-traffic areas on the streets of Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal. Free glasses will also be distributed across the country in the November 19 issue of The Globe and Mail.

In the special episode entitled "Still Life", viewers with the 3-D glasses will be able to share the heightened perspective of main character Allison DuBois (Emmy Award winner Patricia Arquette), a medium with disturbing psychic abilities. Viewers without the glasses can still enjoy the episode: the 3-D elements of the episode provide an extra-sensory experience.

In the episode, Allison (Arquette) comes to realize that there is an added dimension to the way she experiences art. It seems the act of creation is so intense that artists often leave an element of themselves behind in their work, an element that is evident only to Allison. Ever wonder why the Mona Lisa is smiling? Or what's bothering the subject of "The Scream"? When Allison encounters the work of one artist, disturbing, three-dimensional images emerge that lead her to believe that the man behind these alarming canvasses may have a deadly secret.

http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20051103/medium_3d/20051103/
shadzane
Nov. 4th, 2005 01:46 am (UTC)
Thanks! I knew the 3D episode was coming up, but this is more info than I had. Sadly, it sounds like the 3D will only be used for the special effects, and not for the more important things...
steve_tales
Nov. 4th, 2005 02:27 am (UTC)
I remember they did a Rolling Stones concert in 3D. Got everyone keyed up and then we found out it was the last three songs only.
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