Just yesterday, we would react to a “Friends” post, saying, “A few decades from now, one of the ‘Friends’ is going to no longer be with us, and our children will wonder why we’re in our rooms, clapping every twenty minutes.” I never thought it would happen this soon. He was only 54.More
Hold onto your capes, folks, because the comic world just lost one of its quirkiest and most irreverent talents. Keith Giffen, the ink-slinger extraordinaire, and one-time Inkpot Award winner, has bid us adieu at the sprightly age of 70.
DC and MAD Magazine mourn the loss of the incomparable Al Jaffee, creator of the MAD Fold-In, “Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions,” and many other MAD features throughout the decades.
I wanted to write an obituary for Rachel Pollack, but I can’t. I can, however, mix letters and words, I can write some pretty but vague description of her life, I can ask language models to shape semi-well-crafted paragraphs into something the resembles a decent obituary, but in reality, I cannot write Rachel Pollack’s obituary.
Lisa Marie Presley, singer-songwriter and only child to music icon Elvis Presley passed away on Thursday evening, her mother confirmed. She was 54 years old.
Former astronaut Walter Cunningham, who flew into space on Apollo 7, the first flight with crew in NASA’s Apollo Program, died early Tuesday morning in Houston. He was 90 years old.
An iconic trailblazer for not only women everywhere, but TV journalism as a whole, Barbara Walters lived a life full of ambition and curiosity which led her to become not only the first but one of the best TV journalists of our time.
When I heard the news of Frank’s death being caused by suicide, I was, like everyone who was a fan of the Power Rangers, was shocked. How could a man who was so humble and friendly to fans he came across at comic conventions choose to take his own life? What drove him down this dark path? We may not get the answers nor may we ever know what went on in the mind of a man who, little did we know, was troubled in the final days of his life.
Actress Anne Heche, who had been in a coma since a car crash last week, was declared “brain-dead” and is being kept alive on life-support to see if her organs are viable for donation, one of her representatives said to The New York Times Friday.
Famed comic book artist responsible for the reimagining of iconic characters from both DC and Marvel Comics died May 6, 2022 due to complications from pancreatic cancer.