2013 Comic Books – Graphic Publications:

Good Dog by: Graham Chaffee (Fantagraphics)

Godzilla: Half-Century War by: James Stokoe (IDW)

FF by: Matt Fraction and Mike Allred (Marvel)

Black Beetle: No Way Out  by: Francesco Francavilla (Dark Horse)

Hawkeye by: David Aja, Matt Fraction (Marvel Comics)

Afterlife with Archie by: Francesco Francavilla, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (Archie comics)

Lazarus by: Michael Lark, Santi Arcas, Stefano Gaudino and Brian Level, Greg Rucka (Image)

 

2013 Book Publications: 

The Art of Jay Ward Productions by: Darrell Van Citters (Oxberry Press)

 

2013 Theatrical Film Releases:

This Is the End directors: Evan Goldberg, Seth Rogen

Gravity director: Alfonso Cuarón

American Hustle director: David O. Russell

Wolf of Wall Street director: Martin Scorsese

Her director: Spike Jonze

Inside Llewyn Davis directors: Ethan Coen, Joel Coen

Nebraska director: Alexander Payne

Computer Chess director: Andrew Bujalski

Blue Jasmine director: Woody Allen

 

2013 Video Releases:

Fantastic Voyage directed by: Richard Fleisher 1961 (Fox)

Jaws directed by: Steven Spielberg 1975 (Universal Studios)

Medium Cool directed by: Haskell Wexler  1969  (Criterion)

Electra Glide in Blue  directed by: James William Guercio 1973  (Shout! Factory)

Bell, Book and Candle directed by Richard Quine 1958 (Twilight Time)

Experiment in Terror directed by: Blake Edwards 1962 (Twilight Time)

Viva Zapata directed by: Elia Kazan 1952 (Fox)

La Notte directed by: Michelangelo Antonioni 1961 (Criterion)

Dredd directed by: Pete Travis 2012 (Liongate Films)

Nashville directed by: Robert Altman 1975 (Criterion)

On the Waterfront  directed by: Elia Kazan 1954 (Criterion)

The Stranger directed by: Orson Welles 1946 (Kino Classics, Library of Congress)

The Big Combo directed by: Joseph H. Lewis 1955 (Olive Films)

Seconds directed by: John Frankenheimer 1966 (Criterion)

Shane directed by: George Stevens 1953 (Paramount)

The Right Stuff directed by: Philip Kaufman1983 (Warner)

Stalag 17 directed by: Billy Wilder 1953 (Paramount)

Sunset Boulevard directed by: Billy Wilder 1950 (Warner)

To Be or Not To Be directed by: Ernst Lubitsch 1942 (Criterion)

East of Eden directed by: Elia Kazan 1955 (Warner)
Giant directed by: George Stevens 1956 (Warner)
Rebel Without a Cause directed by: Nicholas Ray 1955 (Warner)

Rear Window directed by: Alfred Hitchcock 1954 (Universal Studios Essentials Box Set)
Vertigo directed by: Alfred Hitchcock 1958 (Universal Studios Essentials Box Set)
North by Northwest directed by: Alfred Hitchcock 1959 (Universal Studios Essentials Box Set)
Psycho directed by: Alfred Hitchcock 1960 (Universal Studios Essentials Box Set)
The Birds directed by: Alfred Hitchcock 1963 (Universal Studios Essentials Box Set)

 

Music Releases:

Pure Heroine  Lorde  (Motown/Universal)

The Next Day David Bowie (Columbia)

Tomorrow’s Harvest Boards of Canada (Warp Records)

Light Up Gold Parquet Courts (What’s Your Rupture)

Sunbather Deafheaven (Deathwish Inc)

Impossible Truth William Tyler (Merge Records)

Yeezus Kanye West  (Def Jam)

 

2013 Television Series:

The Walking Dead by: Frank Darabont (AMC)

New Girl by: Elizabeth Meriwether (Fox)

Louie by: Louis C. K.  (Fox)

Mad Men by: Mathew Weiner (AMC)

Big Bang Theory by: Chuck Lorre, Bill Prady (CBS)

Inside Amy Schumer by: Amy Schumer, Daniel Powell (Comedy Central)

The Black List by: Jon Bokenkamp (NBC)

American Experience JFK  by:  Susan Bellows (PBS)

The Daily Show with John Stewart by: Lizz Winstead, Madeleine Smithberg (Comedy Central)

Key and Peele by: Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele (Comedy Central)

Archer by: Adam Reed (Fox)

 

Guilty Pleasures:

Nashville by: Callie Khouri (ABC)

Master  Chef  Junior  by:  Gordon Ramsay, etc. (Fox)

Revolution by: Eric Kripke  (NBC)

Unfortunately Cancelled
Southland by: Ann Biderman (TNT)

“meh”
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. by: Joss Whedon  (ABC)

Advertisements

About aritter2014

I am a Librarian. To be honest, I wouldn't want to do anything else. I have a strong background in architecture, computer technology, English literature, Internet applications, web site design, film studies and modern art. I would like to use this page to express my personal musings and experiences on news, pop culture, nature, art, science, technology and what ever becomes a curiosity.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s