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  • Blogs

    February 20, 2013

    A Conversation With A Metal Nerd: Brian Posehn is Coming to Town This Week

    In addition to an extensive acting and stand-up resume, Brian Posehn has forged a unique career path for himself by taking on projects that deal with things he truly loves. From Dungeons and Dragons to Anthrax (the band, possibly the substance as well) to Comic books, he's turned nerdiness into an ... More >>

  • Culture

    July 28, 2011

    St. Louis Art Capsules

    Jessica Baran encapsulates the St. Louis art scene

  • Blogs

    August 26, 2010

    Matthew Scott Krentz, Streetballers Mastermind, Now Working on Blaze Brothers Graphic Novel and Film

    blazebrothers.comSomebody's about to get blazed.‚ÄčIt's MasterMinds week (and Artopia night) here at the RFT, so it seemed like a good time to catch up with a previous recipient of the award -- one still making good on his artistic vision.Matthew Scott Krentz was named a MasterMind back in 2008 for ... More >>

  • News

    November 21, 2007

    Pen & Inc.

    Comic-book artists are drawn to St. Louis.

  • Film

    April 25, 2007

    The Popcorn King

    Rush Hour 3 director Brett Ratner has been called a fauxteur, a womanizer and, worse, over budget. Why you should take him seriously anyway.

  • News

    October 4, 2006

    Twist of Fate

    This former St. Louis Blues star has skated on some thin ice since leaving the rink

  • News

    May 25, 2005

    Excess Hollywood

    In the season of sequels and Happy Meal toys, 05 may be a pleasant surprise.

  • Culture

    February 12, 2003

    The Bleeding Edge

    A decade ago, Vertigo started a revolution by making comics for adults

  • Culture

    December 12, 2001

    Dark Victory

    15 years later, Frank Miller once more dons Batman's cape and cowl

  • Culture

    June 14, 2000

    Revenge of The Fanboy

    Alex Ross, painter of supermen and superwomen, makes it easy to believe in heroes

  • Culture

    April 19, 2000

    Fatman and slobbin'

    DC Comics places its superheroes in the RealWorlds