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Posted: May 30, 2011 in Uncategorized

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Josue Rivera, the comic artist known as Justiniano, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges of possessing more than 100 photographs and videos containing child pornography. Rivera was arrested in Connecticut on May 10 following a July incident in which police say he mistakenly gave a funeral home director a thumb drive containing 33 files classified as child pornography instead of the one containing photos of a deceased relative. Police later seized Rivera’s computer and found 153 files of suspected child pornography. On Tuesday, the 38-year-old artist pleaded not guilty to first-degree possession of child pornography, and requested a jury trial

Borders Group, the second-largest book chain in the United States, reported a loss of $132.3 million in April, its second full month in bankruptcy. That figure follows on the $52.6 million loss reported in February and March as the bookseller sought Chapter 11 protection and began liquidating 226 locations

In this episode we are joined by writer Owen Wiseman to talk about his latest project Samurai’s Blood published by Image comics. He lets us in on what some of his influences are. We also learn a little about how he got into comics and writing in general. For more go to

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We are back again and we catch up on whats been going on like smelly women,binge drinking,mason parties,sex dreams with Newt Gingrinch,teenage dilemmas,and magic babies.

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Yes the Dynamic Duo has returned and we jump right into talking about the major shake ups in programming as the renewals and cancellations are announced.And Darrell shares his true vision for a new Muppet movie.we talk about the new Thor movie and talk about some trailers. We also talked about the fun we had at this years Supa Show .
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The Bunk is getting some well-deserved love from big-screen Hollywood. Wendell Pierce managed to deliver standout performances on David Simon’s HBO series The Wire time and time again, even with an immensely talented cast surrounding him at all times. His performance on Simon’s latest HBO effort Treme has been similarly captivating. Now, all of that fantastic small-screen work will be given its due with a high-profile gig starring in a biopic.

Pierce will play — in a bit of pitch-perfect casting, I might add — blues legend B.B. King in B.B. King and I. The news comes from Pierce’s Twitter feed, but it’s Shadow and Act that has the scoop. After doing some digging, the indieWIRE site confirmed via the film’s Facebook page that Pierce will star as King alongside Patrick Fugit (Almost Famous) as Michael (and presumably the title’s “I”). The story will apparently follow a 10-year trajectory, running through how King got his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Shadow and Act has a bit more detail on who this Michael might be. Check out the source link for the full story.