Domingo, 30 de abril de 2006
Galatasary- Depor.
In the mix.
M:I:III Vuelve Ethan Hunt con una nueva misi?n imposible dirigida por el creador de Alias y Perdidos.




Bodas por encargo.
Estrellas de la l?nea.
Honor de caballer?a.
Preg?ntale al viento.
Slither: La plaga. Escrita y dirigida por el guionista de ``El amanecer de los muertos?? una peli sobre babosas espaciales, con mucho latex y casquer?a, protagonizada por Nathan (Firefly, Buffy) Fillion. Oro puro.



Sue?os de Shangai.
Viva Cuba.

El c?digo Da Vinci.
Rosario Tijeras.
Todo el bien del mundo.

Tiempo de valientes.
X-Men 3. Dicen que tienen una cura. ?Yo digo que nosotros somos la cura!




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Mi?rcoles, 19 de abril de 2006
Este corto gan? el primer premio en el CineMad de 2003.
Solo son tres minutos pero ?que minutos!

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S?bado, 15 de abril de 2006
Estos son los nominados a los premios de comic m?s prestigiosos de la industria americana:

Best Short Story

* "Blood Son," by Richard Matheson, adapted by Chris Ryall and Ashley Wood, in Doomed #1 (IDW)
* "Monster Slayers," by Khang Le, in Flight, vol. 2 (Image)
* "Nameless," by Eric Powell, in The Goon #14 (Dark Horse)
* "Operation" (story #5), by Zak Sally, in The Recidivist #3 (La Mano)
* "Teenage Sidekick," by Paul Pope, in Solo #3 (DC)

Best Single Issue or One-Shot

* The Bakers, by Kyle Baker (Kyle Baker Publishing)
* Ex Machina #11: "Fortune Favors" by Brian K. Vaughan, Tony Harris, and Tom Feister (WildStorm/DC)
* The Innocents, by Gipi (Fantagraphics/Coconino Press)
* Promethea #32: "Wrap Party" by Alan Moore and J. H. Williams III (ABC)
* Solo #5, by Darwyn Cooke (DC)

Best Serialized Story

* Desolation Jones #1-5: "Made in England," by Warren Ellis and J. H. Williams III (WildStorm/DC)
* Fables #36-38, 40-41: "Return to the Homelands," by Bill Willingham, Mark Buckingham, and Steve Leialoha (Vertigo/DC)
* Ex Machina #12?14: "Fact v. Fiction," by Brian K. Vaughan, Tony Harris, and Tom Feister (WildStorm/DC)
* Y: The Last Man #37-39: "Paper Dolls," by Brian K. Vaughan, Pia Guerra, Goran Sudzuka, and Jose Marzan Jr. (Vertigo/DC)

Best Continuing Series

* Age of Bronze, by Eric Shanower (Image)
* Astonishing X-Men, by Joss Whedon and John Cassaday (Marvel)
* Ex Machina, by Brian K. Vaughan, Tony Harris, and Tom Feister (WildStorm/DC)
* Fell, by Warren Ellis and Ben Templesmith (Image)
* Rocketo, by Frank Espinosa (Speakeasy)
* True Story, Swear to God, by Tom Beland (Clib's Boy Comics)

Best Limited Series

* Nat Turner, by Kyle Baker (Kyle Baker Publishing)
* Ocean, by Warren Ellis, Chris Sprouse, and Karl Story (WildStorm/DC)
* Seven Soldiers, by Grant Morrison and various artists (DC)
* Smoke, by Alex de Campi and Igor Kordey (IDW)

Best New Series

* All Star Superman, by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely (DC)
* Desolation Jones, by Warren Ellis and J. H. Williams III (WildStorm/DC)
* Fell, by Warren Ellis and Ben Templesmith (Image)
* Rocketo, by Frank Espinosa (Speakeasy)
* Young Avengers, by Alan Heinberg, Jim Cheung, and John Dell (Marvel)

Best Title for a Younger Audience

* Amelia Rules! by Jimmy Gownley (Renaissance Press)
* The Clouds Above, by Jordan Crane (Fantagraphics)
* Franklin Richards, Son of a Genius, by Chris Eliopoulous and Mark Sumerak (Marvel)
* Owly: Flying Lessons, by Andy Runton (Top Shelf)
* Spiral-Bound, by Aaron Renier (Top Shelf)

Best Anthology

* The Dark Horse Book of the Dead, edited by Scott Allie (Dark Horse Books)
* Flight, vol. 2, edited by Kazu Kibuishi (Image)
* Mome, edited by Gary Groth and Eric Reynolds (Fantagraphics)
* Solo, edited by Mark Chiarello (DC)
* 24 Hour Comics Day Highlights 2005, edited by Nat Gertler (About Comics)

Best Digital Comic

* Copper, by Kazu
* Jellaby, by Kean Soo
* ojingogo, by Matt Forsythe
* PVP, by Scott Kurtz

Best Reality-Based Work

* Embroideries, by Marjane Satrapi (Pantheon)
* Epileptic, by David B. (Pantheon)
* Nat Turner, by Kyle Baker (Kyle Baker Publishing)
* Pyongyang, by Guy Delisle (Drawn & Quarterly)
* True Story, Swear to God (Clib's Boy Comics), and True Story, Swear to God: This One Goes to Eleven (AiT/Planet Lar), by Tom Beland

Best Graphic Album--New

* Acme Novelty Library #16, by Chris Ware (ACME Novelty)
* The Rabbi's Cat, by Joann Sfar (Pantheon)
* Top Ten: The Forty-Niners, by Alan Moore and Gene Ha (ABC)
* Tricked, by Alex Robinson (Top Shelf)
* Wilmbledon Green, by Seth (Drawn & Quarterly)

Best Graphic Album--Reprint

* Acme Novelty Library Annual Report to Shareholders, by Chris Ware (Pantheon)
* Black Hole, by Charles Burns (Pantheon)
* Feast of the Seven Fishes, by Robert Tinnell, Ed Piskor, and Alex Saviuk (Allegheny Image Factory)
* Ice Haven, by Dan Clowes (Pantheon)
* War's End, by Joe Sacco (Drawn & Quarterly)

Best Archival Collection/Project--Comic Strips

* The Complete Calvin & Hobbes, by Bill Watterson (Andrews McMeel)
* The Complete Peanuts: 1955?1956, and The Complete Peanuts: 1957?1958, by Charles Schulz (Fantagraphics)
* Krazy and Ignatz: The Komplete Kat Komics, by George Herriman (Fantagraphics)
* Little Nemo in Slumberland: So Many Splendid Sundays, by Winsor McCay (Sunday Press Books)
* Walt and Skeezix, by Frank King (Drawn & Quarterly)

Best Archival Collection/Project--Comic Books

* Absolute Watchmen, by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons (DC)
* Buddha, vols. 5-8, by Osamu Tezuka (Vertical)
* The Contract with God Trilogy, by Will Eisner (Norton)
* DC Comics Rarities Archives, vol. 1 (DC)
* Fantastic Four Omnibus, by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby (Marvel)

Best U.S. Edition of Foreign Material

* Cromartie High School, by Eiji Nonaka (ADV)
* Dungeon: The Early Years, vol. 1, by Joann Sfar, Lewis Trondheim, and Christophe Blain (NBM)
* Ordinary Victories, by Manu Larcenet (NBM)
* The Rabbi's Cat, by Joann Sfar (Pantheon)
* Six Hundred Seventy-Six Apparitions of Killoffer, by Killoffer (Typocrat)

Best Writer

* Warren Ellis, for Fell (Image); Down (Top Cow/Image); Desolation Jones, Ocean, Planetary (WildStorm/DC)
* Alan Heinberg, for Young Avengers (Marvel)
* Alan Moore, for Promethea, Top Ten: The Forty-Niners (ABC)
* Grant Morrison, for Seven Soldiers, All Star Superman (DC)
* Brian K. Vaughan, for Ex Machina (WildStorm/DC); Y: The Last Man (Vertigo/DC); Runaways (Marvel)

Best Writer/Artist

* Geof Darrow, for Shaolin Cowboy (Burlyman)
* Guy Delisle, for Pyongyang (Drawn & Quarterly)
* Eric Shanower, for Age of Bronze (Image)
* Adrian Tomine, for Optic Nerve #10 (Drawn & Quarterly)
* Chris Ware, for Acme Novelty Library #16 (ACME Novelty)

Best Writer/Artist--Humor

* Kyle Baker, for Plastic Man (DC); The Bakers (Kyle Baker Publishing)
* Paige Braddock, for Jane's World (Girl Twirl)
* Bryan Lee O'Malley, for Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (Oni)
* Eric Powell, for The Goon (Dark Horse)
* Seth, for Wimbledon Green (Drawn & Quarterly)

Best Penciller/Inker

* John Cassaday, for Astonishing X-Men (Marvel); Planetary (WildStorm/DC)
* Gene Ha, for Top Ten: The Forty-Niners (ABC)
* J. G. Jones, for Wanted (Top Cow/Image)
* Frank Quitely, for All Star Superman (DC)
* J. H. Williams III, for Promethea, Desolation Jones (WildStorm/DC)

Best Painter/Multimedia Artist (interior art)

* Paul Guinan, for Heartbreakers Meet Boilerplate (IDW)
* Ladronn, for Hip Flask: Mystery City (Active Images)
* Ben Templesmith, for Fell (Image)
* Kent Williams, for The Fountain (Vertigo/DC)

Best Coloring

* Jeromy Cox, for Teen Titans (DC); Otherworld (Vertigo/DC)
* Steven Griffin, for Hawaiian Dick: The Last Resort (Image)
* Steve Hamaker, for Bone: The Great Cow Race (Scholastic Graphix)
* Jose Villarrubia, for Desolation Jones (WildStorm/DC)
* Chris Ware, for Acme Novelty Library #16 (ACME Novelty)

Best Lettering

* Chris Eliopolis, for Ultimate Iron Man, Astonishing X-Men, Ultimates 2, House of M, Franklin Richards (Marvel); Fell (Image)
* Todd Klein, for Wonder Woman, Justice, Seven Soldiers #0 (DC); Desolation Jones (WildStorm/DC); Promethea, Top Ten: The Forty-Niners, Tomorrow Stories Special (ABC); Fables (Vertigo); 1602: New World (Marvel)
* Richard Starkings, for Conan, Revelations (Dark Horse); Godland (Image); Gunpowder Girl and the Outlaw Squaw, Hip Flask: Mystery City (Active Images)
* Chris Ware, for Acme Novelty Library #16 (ACME Novelty)

Best Cover Artist

* Frank Espinosa, for Rocketo (Speakeasy)
* Tony Harris, for Ex Machina (Wildstorm/DC)
* James Jean, for Fables (Vertigo/DC); Runaways (Marvel)
* Jock, for The Losers (Vertigo/DC)
* Eric Powell, for The Goon; Universal Monsters: Cavalcade of Horror (Dark Horse)

Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition

* Dawn Brown (Ravenous, Little Red Hot)
* Aaron Renier (Spiral-Bound)
* Zak Sally (Recidivist)
* Ursula Vernon (Digger)

Best Comics-Related Periodical

* Comic Art, edited by M. Todd Hignite (Comic Art)
* Comic Book Artist, edited by Jon Cooke (Top Shelf)
* The Comics Journal, edited by Gary Groth and Dirk Deppey (Fantagraphics)
* Draw!, edited by Michael Manley (TwoMorrows)
* Following Cerebus, edited by Craig Miller and John Thorne (Aardvark-Vanaheim/Win-Mill Productions)

Best Comics-Related Book

* The Comics Journal Library: Classic Comic Illustrators, edited by Tom Spurgeon (Fantagraphics)
* Eisner/Miller, edited by Charles Brownstein and Diana Schutz (Dark Horse Books)
* Foul Play: The Art and Artists of the Notorious 1950s EC Comics, by Grant Geissman (Harper Design)
* Masters of American Comics, edited by John Carlin, Paul Karasik, and Brian Walker (Hammer Museum/MOCA Los Angeles/Yale University Press)
* RGK: Art of Roy G. Krenkel, edited by J. David Spurlock and Barry Klugerman (Vanguard)

Best Publication Design

* Acme Novelty Library Annual Report to Shareholders, designed by Chris Ware (Pantheon)
* Little Nemo in Slumberland, designed by Philippe Ghuilemetti (Sunday Press Books)
* Promethea #32, designed by J. H. Williams III and Todd Klein (ABC)
* Walt and Skeezix, designed by Chris Ware (Drawn & Quarterly)
* Wimbledon Green, designed by Seth (Drawn & Quarterly)

Hall of Fame

Judges' Choices: (Automatically inducted)
* Floyd Gottfredson *
* William Moulton Marston *

Voters choices:
* Matt Baker
* Vaughn Bode
* Wayne Boring
* Reed Crandall
* Creig Flessel
* Ramona Fradon
* Harold Gray
* Graham Ingels
* Robert Kanigher
* Russ Manning
* Mort Meskin
* Marty Nodell
* Gilbert Shelton
* Jim Steranko

Bueno, en cuanto a nominaciones Chris Ware va en cabeza con siete, Warren Ellis le sigue con seis y en tercer lugar, con cinco, esta Brian K. Vaughan.
Cuando se sepan los resultados informaremos.

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Montemos en nuestro Delorean y echemos un vistazo al pasado de algunos de los actores de ``LA SERIE??

Sarah Michelle Gellar con cinco a?itos en un anuncio de Burger King.


Oz y Willow eran una bonita pareja y sus vidas ya se hab?an cruzado mucho antes.


Estos son Alyson Hannigan y Seth Green, en la pel?cula ``Mi novia es una extraterrestre?? con catorce primaveras.

Eliza Dushku en la pel?cula ``That night?? con doce a?os.


?No es la psicopata m?s mona que hab?is visto!

La espectacular Charisma Carpenter a los veinticuatro en ``Los vigilantes de la playa??.


Y, para terminar, la hermana peque?a de Buffy. Michelle Trachtenberg era joven cuando se uni? a la serie pero no tanto como aqu?:


Ocho a?itos la contemplaban en este capitulo de la serie ``Clarissa explains it all??.

?Como pasa el tiempo!

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Viernes, 14 de abril de 2006

Curso acelerado de ?tica period?stica:

?Presunci?n de inocencia? ?D?jate de tonter?as hippie comeflores!
Despu?s de ver los titulares de estos d?as me pregunt? ?qu? har? ACAM? ?C?mo podr? superarlos?
Pues lo han conseguido. Mezclando las detenciones con el intercambio sin ?nimo de lucro y pas?ndose por el arco del triunfo la presunci?n de inocencia, ACAM titula la noticia as?: "Demostrado: el ?intercambio? P2P s? es delito".
Atenci?n al sutil salto en el razonamiento por parte de ACAM: "El pasado s?bado la polic?a, procedi? a la detenci?n de 15 personas que, desde 17 p?ginas web con enlaces a edonkey, emule y bittorrent entre otros, permit?an que los usuarios descargaran material ilegal, b?sicamente m?sica, cine y juegos de ordenador. Por fin, las autoridades espa?olas aceptan que el ?intercambio? en Internet de obras, no autorizado por el propietario, s? es ilegal".
Poco despu?s, ACAM, ofrece el listado de p?ginas que han cerrado. El t?tulo que encabeza la lista es "LAS P?GINAS DESDE LAS QUE SE DELINQU?A". As?, en may?sculas para que se vea bien y sin anestesia. Ni presunci?n de inocencia ni tonter?as, todo eso del juicio es un tr?mite engorroso y tampoco hay que darle mayor importancia.
Se?ores de ACAM un par de apuntes:
1.- La denuncia no es por intercambio de archivos sin ?nimo de lucro. No hay m?s que leer la nota de prensa de la polic?a. Con el primer p?rrafo ya vale, la denuncia es: "contra p?ginas de Internet que se estaban dedicando al intercambio ilegal de archivos P2P, ofreciendo descargas piratas de pel?culas, m?sica, juegos y aplicaciones inform?ticas, financi?ndose a trav?s de la publicidad alojada en estas p?ginas". Ofrecer descargas con lucro. Esa es la denuncia, que no sentencia (otros dos conceptos que necesitan repasar con urgencia).
2.- Como adelantaba arriba, no hay ninguna sentencia condenatoria, sino una denuncia. Por lo tanto, mientras no se demuestre lo contrario, en esas p?ginas no se delinqu?a. S? que no deber?a avisarles pero ?les suena de algo la palabra "calumnia"? (arts. 205, 206 y 207 del C?digo Penal) ?Cre?an ustedes que los periodistas dicen cosas como "el presunto asesino" porque as? queda la frase m?s guay?

Informaci?n de la pagina de David Bravo.
Davis Bravo

Luego en esta pagina ten?is sentencias absolutorias en casos relacionados con la propiedad intelectual.
Propiedad intelectual

Par m?s datos la asociaci?n de internautas.

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S?bado, 08 de abril de 2006
En este blog siempre hemos tenido el sano objetivo de realizar estudios rigurosos sobre cualquier tema que se nos presente, en esta ocasi?n lanzamos al ciberespacio una pregunta profunda y compleja esperando que nos ayud?is a dilucidar una respuesta: ?Qui?n dibuja las t?as m?s buenorras?

Nuestro primer contendiente es todo un cl?sico, un hombre que lleva a?os regal?ndonos un sin fin de vestales del amor en cuatricom?a: Adam Hughes.




Su rival es un reci?n llegado, pero es un hueso duro de roer, consigui? revolucionar nuestras hormonas desde el, aparentemente, light mundo de las tiras de prensa: Frank Cho.




En vuestras manos lo dejo querida audiencia, s? que la decisi?n es dif?cil pero hay preguntas que han de ser respondidas.

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