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#252: Tonight, He Comes

July 3, 2008

Notes from the Manager

Enh, I couldn't come up with a better title than "Back Where You Belong," which I've already used before, or "Out of Africa," which kind of spoils the, uh, "punchline," as it were. So the title for this is just the original title of the Will Smith movie, Hancock. Whatever.

By way of explanation for those of you who are in the dark about this strip, Charlize Theron is from South Africa. See? It's funny now, or something.

UPDATE: Dude. I didn't have a chance to go comics-reading 'til lunchtime, but it looks like yours truly makes a guest appearance in today's Theater Hopper (by Tom Brazelton, one of the other two-thirds of the Triple Feature)! Awesome! As Triple Feature podcast listeners know, Tom and I caught Wanted together at Wizard World Chicago, at the Muvico 18 in Rosemont (which is a gorgeous theater, by the way), and this strip is completely 100% true. Except for the parts that aren't.


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Trailer Watch: Jenny Slate in Obvious Child

Thursday, April 17, 2014

This apparently hit big at Sundance, and who doesn’t like Jean-Ralphio’s sister on Parks & Rec? Okay, maybe a lot of people, but Jenny Slate is fuckin’ funny. Anyway. Obvious Child is an indie comedy-drama about a young potty-mouth comedian (Slate) who finds out she’s pregnant and… just watch this.

Obvious Child was written and directed by Gillian Robespierre. It hits theaters on June 6, 2014. It’s so indie, its official movie site is on Tumblr.

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