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Entertainment Comics - 'The Lockhorns' by Bunny Hoest and John Reiner

07:30  03 december  2019
07:30  03 december  2019 Source:   comicskingdom.com

A Brooklyn comic store inspired by 'Fortnite' is delivering a new kind of experience for kids at a time when comic shops need to adapt to survive

  A Brooklyn comic store inspired by 'Fortnite' is delivering a new kind of experience for kids at a time when comic shops need to adapt to survive Joe Einhorn opened Loot, a kid-friendly comic store, in July in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Carroll Gardens. Instead of giant posters and shelves that are common in conventional stores, Loot sleekly displays its comics in rows along bright, white walls. Action figures are confined to a single glass case. There are no electronics visible.

The Lockhorns is a United States single-panel cartoon created September 9, 1968 by Bill Hoest and distributed by King Features Syndicate to 500 newspapers in 23 countries.

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As expected, Apple's event today wasn't about heralding any new hardware -- it was about shining some light on some of the year's standout apps. (If Android is more your thing, expect Google's own slew of first-class apps to drop shortly, too.) Apple's selections this year run the gamut from artsy -- Spectre Camera helps people take long-exposure photos with their iPhones -- to practical fare like Affinity's desktop publishing app for the Mac. With that said, a few of the choices here are particularly interesting.

  Apple highlights some of the best (and most popular) apps of 2019

Sayonara Wild Heartswas easily the most stylish of Apple Arcade's first games, so its nod here feels well-warranted despite being a cross-platform title. And the same could be said for Hyper Light Drifter -- it's a little strange to see it take the crown for Best iPad game of the year when it debuted on PCs and Macs over three years ago. (Eva Gaspar, CEO of Abylight Studios, told Engadget they took on the project of adapting HLD for iOS after completing the Switch port last year.) Regardless, there are a handful of fascinating choices that even we hadn't heard of before, so be sure to check out the full list below.

5 comic books that handle Asian American representation well

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Bunny Hoest and John Reiner . John Reiner , who started out as an assistant to the late Bill Hoest , has not only taken over production of Hoest 's classic comic panel, The Lockhorns , but also produces Bumper Stickers for The National Enquirer and Howard Huge and Laugh Parade for Parade magazine.

iPhone App of the Year: Spectre Camera (Lux Optics)

iPad App of the Year: Flow by Moleskine (Moleskine)

Mac App of the Year: Affinity Publisher (Serif Labs)

Apple TV App of the Year: The Explorers (The Explorers Network)

iPhone Game of the Year: "Sky: Children of the Light" (thatgamecompany)

iPad Game of the Year: "Hyper Light Drifter" (Abylight S.L.)

Mac Game of the Year: "GRIS" (Devolver / Nomada Studio)

Apple TV Game of the Year: "Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap" (DotEmu)

Apple Arcade Game of the Year: "Sayonara Wild Hearts" (Simogo)

As usual, Apple also provided details on the year's most downloaded apps. You'd probably see many of these titles coming from miles away, but still -- it's interesting to see how certain apps, companies and platforms stack up over time. Take TikTok for instance: It's an unabashed phenomenon now, albeit one that's also causing concern in the upper echelons of multiplegovernments. This year, it was Apple's fourth most downloaded free iPhone app -- that's a pretty big jump from last year, where it placed 16th.) And while YouTube, Instagram and Snapchat continue to claim the first, second and third place crowns respectively, Bitmoji dropped out of the top ten entirely this year. Guess those custom clothes weren't enough to keep people hooked.

Rosalía marks historic night for women at Latin Grammys

  Rosalía marks historic night for women at Latin Grammys Spanish singer Rosalía, the breakthrough performer known for blending flamenco music with sounds like reggaeton and Latin trap, won album of the year at the 2019 Latin Grammys, becoming the first solo female performer to win the top honor since Shakira’s triumph 13 years ago. Rosalía won three awards Thursday, tying top nominee Alejandro Sanz and besting the veteran singer-songwriter in categories like album of the year and best contemporary pop vocal album with her project, “El Mal Querer.

The Lockhorns is a United States single-panel cartoon created in 1968 by Bill Hoest and distributed by King Features Syndicate to 500 newspapers in 23 countries. It is continued today by Bunny Hoest and John Reiner . The married couple Leroy and Loretta Lockhorn constantly argue.

It is continued today by Bunny Hoest and John Reiner .[1]. Anticipating national syndication, Bunny Hoest suggested shortening the title to The Lockhorns . It began as a single-panel daily on September 9, 1968, with the Sunday feature launched April 9, 1972.

Here are the full lists:

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