The Last Great Adventure Strip: ‘Modesty Blaise and Peter O’Donnell’

The Last Great Adventure Strip: ‘Modesty Blaise and Peter O’Donnell’
R. C. Harvey, pictured here with his signature rabbit (Harvey the rabbit), is a onetime cartoonist and all-time comics chronicler, critic, and all-around cheerleader for the art of cartooning. Cartooning is the visual-verbal art form, the pictorial blending of word and image, verbiage and pictures, which, together, conjure meanings neither one achieves alone without the other. R.C. goes on at great length in his online magazine of news and reviews, history and lore, Rants & Raves, at RCHarvey.com.
R.C. Harvey

Funnies Farrago examines “Modesty Blaise and Peter O’Donnell” – the last great adventure comic strip! He calls her “Princess,” and that, it turns out, is the consummate expression, … Read more

Movie Review: “7500”

Movie Review: “7500”
Gary Chew was a classical music host, programmer and producer on Capital Public Radio’s KXPR 88.9FM, Sacramento for 18 years. He retired in January 2007. Read more about Gary's long and storied career here.
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“7500” — a film review by Gary Chew I don’t want to come on like a Luddite, but a newly released film with Joseph Gordon-Levitt sort of tells … Read more

Movie Review: “Shirley”

Movie Review: “Shirley”
Gary Chew was a classical music host, programmer and producer on Capital Public Radio’s KXPR 88.9FM, Sacramento for 18 years. He retired in January 2007. Read more about Gary's long and storied career here.
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“Shirley” — a film review by Gary Chew Charlotte Brontë’s novel that followed “Jane Eyre” in the mid 19th century was popular enough, at the time, to cause … Read more

Cartoonist Henry Boltinoff: His Signature Was Everywhere

Cartoonist Henry Boltinoff: His Signature Was Everywhere
R. C. Harvey, pictured here with his signature rabbit (Harvey the rabbit), is a onetime cartoonist and all-time comics chronicler, critic, and all-around cheerleader for the art of cartooning. Cartooning is the visual-verbal art form, the pictorial blending of word and image, verbiage and pictures, which, together, conjure meanings neither one achieves alone without the other. R.C. goes on at great length in his online magazine of news and reviews, history and lore, Rants & Raves, at RCHarvey.com.
R.C. Harvey

His iconic signature could be found in magazines, comic books and comic strips. Funnies Farrago on Henry Boltinoff. Henry Boltinoff died April 26, 2001. He had been a … Read more

Movie Review: ‘The Vast of Night’

Movie Review: ‘The Vast of Night’
Gary Chew was a classical music host, programmer and producer on Capital Public Radio’s KXPR 88.9FM, Sacramento for 18 years. He retired in January 2007. Read more about Gary's long and storied career here.
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“The Vast of Night” – a film review by Gary Chew If Fox Mulder and Dana Scully had had some kind of banner notification about strange occurrences going … Read more

Funnies Farrago Review: Two Books of ‘Editoons’

Funnies Farrago Review: Two Books of ‘Editoons’
R. C. Harvey, pictured here with his signature rabbit (Harvey the rabbit), is a onetime cartoonist and all-time comics chronicler, critic, and all-around cheerleader for the art of cartooning. Cartooning is the visual-verbal art form, the pictorial blending of word and image, verbiage and pictures, which, together, conjure meanings neither one achieves alone without the other. R.C. goes on at great length in his online magazine of news and reviews, history and lore, Rants & Raves, at RCHarvey.com.
R.C. Harvey

“Editoons” — editorial cartoons, the best vehicle for political satire! IT’S A TOUGH TIME for editorial cartoonists: with the White House occupant being the Clown in Chief, it’s … Read more

Review: Comically Raging Politicians Take the Stage in ‘The Jerry Duncan Show’ in NYC!

Review: Comically Raging Politicians Take the Stage in ‘The Jerry Duncan Show’ in NYC!

Please note: The remaining shows have been cancelled, due to Coronavirus concerns. The producers hope to stage the play again when possible. The show did very well while … Read more

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