November 2011

Carlo Poggioli Creates Spectacular Concepts for €˜The Raven′

Carlo Poggioli, whose spectacular costume designs have been seen in films that range from the Middle Ages and Renaissance (€˜Season of the Witch′, €˜Dangerous Beauty′) to post-Civil War America (€˜Cold Mountain′) and fantasy fairytale worlds (€˜A Midsummer Night′s Dream′, €˜The… Continue Reading →

Artist Spotlight: J-Century Interview

J-Century is a male 3D artist from Malaysia that has traveled to various countries around the world. His collection of 3D renderings of everything from beautiful females, to dangerous weapons numbers over 700 and such an enormous gallery of work… Continue Reading →

GOP Chairman Reveal Update on Convention Planning

Tampa, U.S.A. — Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus and Republican National Convention CEO William Harris made the following statements regarding convention planning: “The Republican National Convention and the Republican National Committee, working in consultation with the Romney/Ryan campaign, are… Continue Reading →

Marvel′s Uncanny Avengers, Age of Ultron

Marvel has announced Uncanny Avengers #8AU from the blockbuster team of Rick Remender, Gerry Duggan & Adam Kubert. This May, the Uncanny Avengers must band together and make their way throughout this new dystopian world. But when The Apocalypse Twins… Continue Reading →

Finalists Claim that American Idol Mansion is Haunted

The remaining American Idol contestants became freaked out by their lodging after they believed ghosts invaded the Beverly Hills mansion.  The 11 finalists from the hit Fox series moved out of the mansion permanently last week after various supernatural experiences… Continue Reading →

Dungeons & Dragons Series Welcomes New Entry

IDW Publishing is presenting another action-packed entry in their line of Dungeons & Dragons comics. This April, Dungeons & Dragons: Cutter, a five-issue miniseries written by R.A. and Geno Salvatore with art by David Baldeon and covers by Steve Ellis,… Continue Reading →

Pennsylvania’s Employment is Better than Average US

Pennsylvania, U.S.A. — Pennsylvania’s seasonally adjusted unemployment was 7.5 percent in June, up one-tenth of a percentage point from the 7.4 percent May rate. Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate was below the U.S. rate of 8.2 percent, and has been below the… Continue Reading →

Interview with Derek Tian, Black Lapel Co-Founder Part 1

Toonari Post was lucky enough to get in contact with made-to-measure suit maker Black Lapel co-founder Derek Tian. We talk about the Black Lapel brand, their suiting and their future. Black Lapel has been around for a while now and… Continue Reading →

Sunlight-Generated Lamp Lights up Small City in Indonesia

February 25 Children in Kedungnoyo, Indonesia witnessed electronic light for the first time in their lives.  Kedungnoyo, which takes about five hours by car from the Indonesia′s second biggest city Surabaya to get to, is one of the poorest cities… Continue Reading →

Plane Crash in Nigeria Kills At Least 153

Dana Air Flight 992 crashed on a clear and sunny day into a busy neighborhood in Lagos as it approached the runway on June 3, 2012, killing all 153 people on board €“ 146 passengers and 7 crew members –… Continue Reading →

Kansas Abortion Law Could Jeopardize Patient Privacy

Miami Marlins Try to Entice Free Agent Pujols

Albert Pujols, nine-time All-Star, two-time Gold Glove award winner, and three-time National League Most Valuable Player has finally hit the open market as a free agent, and the new-look Marlins are not wasting any time in being the first to… Continue Reading →

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